Kind of strong initiative by the authority gave a ray of hope to homebuyers as their rights are more protected now than ever. The authority is taking every possible step to avoid the violation of the provisions of the RERA Act and to protect the interest of the homebuyers.
It is important to frame a model builder-buyer agreement to seek out transparency and uniformity and to protect the interest of homebuyers and consumers from builders’ unfair practices.
After the registration of the project if any defect comes into light which creates any problem in completion of the project, RERA Act provides remedy for the same.
Section 18(1) of the RERA Act provides for ‘Return of amount and compensation’ which is the base for complaint under section 31 seeking refund, interest and compensation.
A subvention scheme may end up to be a double-barreled if the developer fails to deliver the project on time, the burden of both rent and EMI will must be borne by the homebuyer.
Different forums provide for different reliefs and one must be cautious enough before choosing an appropriate forum. Before choosing the appropriate forum, points to be analyzed are type of violation by the builder, what relief is prayed for, urgency, repetitive nature, financial condition of the builder, status of other projects, etc.
The Haryana State Pollution Control Board (hereinafter referred to as HSPCB) directed Rs. 45.40 crore penalty for violation of the Environment Act provisions. Additionally, the government has proceeded with criminal prosecution against delinquent builder in the environment court of Kurukshetra.
It’s overthree years, around 30 families got possession in one of the eight towers in the Unitech Escape on Golf Course Road (extension) but still didn’t get an occupation certificate.
a senior Bangalore DEvelopment Authority official stated that some properties are encroached, while some other are trapped under the litigation process.
The banks are aware of the builder’s liability to make all the payments to the bank according to the signed agreement among the bank, builder, and buyer. Therefore, the banks cannot chase or harass the buyers for payment of due amounts under the SARFASI Act, 2002.
Since the real estate projects are the turkey projects and take multiple years to get it completed, a normal delay can be accepted. Any delay of more than 1 year from promised date of possession is regarded as ‘extra-ordinary delay’.
If the non-payment of a clear undisputed amount is being illegally and dishonestly avoided, whilst at the same time very large sums of money are being raised and spent by the same group or carrying on large real estate development projects.
Under Section 7 of the IBC, this amendment allowed the home buyer to initiate insolvency proceedings against defaulting Promoters. However, the Insolvency Amendment 2018 was challenged in the Supreme Court of India by approximately 200 realtors.
According to the provisions of the agreement, if possession is not handed over on time, the Promoter is obligated to pay or compensate the Complainant/allottee for loss of rent.
The Supreme Court of India has cleared the way for lenders to file insolvency proceedings against personal guarantors of stressed companies, who are typically promoters.