The Insolvency and Bankruptcy legislation is a comprehensive legislation that contains all of the required provisions for providing a haven for business debtors in difficulty.
The real estate sector was unregulated for a long time. If customers experienced delays, they had little redress. Because court disputes may take a long time, most customers were at the discretion of the builders. A proper complaint process has emerged as a result of the implementation of RERA.
Real Estate Regulatory Authority Act, 2016 (hereinafter referred to as “RERA Act”) basically aims to bring efficiency and transparency to the real estate industry, and one of the main priority to protect the interest of the buyers in the real estate sector.
Prior to the RERA Act coming into force, the real estate sector in India was mostly unregulated, with no standardization of business operations or transactions. Due to a lack of a legal framework, home buyers/allottees were often confronted with issues such as project delays, price increases, and poor building quality.
The impact of real estate agent specialization and activity level on market outcomes is significant. Specialization allows agents to develop expertise in their chosen field, leading to better-informed decisions and improved market outcomes for clients.
The integration of GSTN with the PMLA would make it easier for different authorities to work together, which is essential for preventing money laundering and maintaining the integrity of the GST system.
The parliament in order to regulate this one of the fastest-growing sectors passed “The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 20164 which came into effect on 1st May 2016.
RERA was implemented to acknowledge and solve discrepancies and issues of home buyers. By establishing rules for the sale of real estate and requiring developers to adhere to certain criteria, it protects the interests of homebuyers.
In the past few decades, business leaders as well as philosophers came up with a new phenomenon which is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Under CSR Businesses are responsible to the society that exists around them. And under CSR only it becomes their moral duty to safeguard that society and help that society to grow.
Subvention schemes, brings to light incidents of harassment, and analyses how fraud continues to exist in the market despite regulatory interventions such as the NHB decision to end subvention schemes.
MCA has specified the timeline to speed up the process of Fast Track Mergers. Earlier there was no time limit for Official Liquidators and Registrar of Companies to give objections and suggestions to the CG and CG to pass the confirmation order of the scheme of merger and amalgamation.
Leave and license agreements are commonly used among landlords and tenants in India, especially in the rental housing segment. It is defined in Section 52 of the Indian Easements Act, of 1882.
The directors of the suspended corporate debtor filed an appeal against the National Company Law Tribunal’s (“NCLT”) ruling that rejected their request to have a non-bailable warrant issued against them.
Section 8 of the RERA is an essential clause that guarantees the protection of homebuyers’ interests in the event that the registration of a real estate project is canceled or expires.
Incorporation of one-sided clauses in the agreement where the buyer is expected to sign on the dotted lines having no other option would amount to unfair trade practices under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.