Gurgaon RERA to accept complaints from 6th February


HRERA: The specialist of the Real Estate (Regulation And Development) Act (RERA) in Gurgaon will begin to function out of the PWD rest house and complaints will be registered. The distressed homebuyers will have the capacity to register complaints against developers for not honoring the builder buyer agreement (BBA).

On November 27 last year, Senior IAS officer of Haryana cadre Krishna Kumar Khandelwal, who was selected as the RERA Chairperson, took voluntary retirement. He resigned so he could expect charge of the RERA office close to the police commissioner’s office in Civil Lines.

Khandelwal mentioned that the individuals could meet us beginning Tuesday and file complaints.  He also said that they will hold a meeting of the RERA authorities on February 10 for- amendment and adoption of regulations

Pradip Rahi, a homebuyer, stated that the RERA office is set to get the same number of complaints as the numbers of developers have neglected to deliver the duties and promises made in the BBA. The RERA Act says that developers to avoid punishments must deliver upon BBA duties.

Under RERA, any distressed individual can submit a complaint with the RERA authority for any infringement of the provisions under the Act.

The complaint will be supplemented by a charge, drawn through a bankers cheque or demand draft drawn on a scheduled bank for Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority as endorsed in Schedule III.

A senior town and country planning (TCP) official of Haryana government said that after receiving grievances, the authority will send notice to respondents and fix a date for hearing to settle the case, adding that 251 ventures have been registered with RERA from Gurgaon till date.

According to RERA area 59,64,66 and 68, the chairperson can fine an builder upto 5-10% of cost of the whole undertaking or with imprisonment subject to the nature of infringement.

Yashesh Yadav, President of DXP welfare association stated that the RERA chairperson would address to the complaints and punish builders for neglecting to deliver commitments.

Government of India, 2016 notified RERA, in March 2016. However, the Haryana government notified these RERA rules on July 28,2017, making it compulsory for the developers to enroll themselves with RERA for their continuing projects.


Note – Please note that the above article is for education purpose only. This is based on our interpretation of laws which may differ person to person. Readers are expected to verify the facts and laws.

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