These two judgements would be of great importance because they have paved a way for the transfer of post-notice winding up petitions pending before the different High Courts.
The reason for stalling of a project can be one or many but the real objective for a homebuyer is to get the best possible remedy which protects the interest of all homebuyers of such a project.
Many Homebuyers are confused between RERA and Reverse Insolvency, and it’s hard to decide which one is better. So here we are explaining the concept of RERA vs Reverse Insolvency.
Petition before NCLT can be admitted even if official liquidator has been appointed by the High Court (Held By NCLT and Hon’ble Supreme Court)
Homebuyers who had taken a loan from the banks to pay for their flats in the Project, were being harassed by the banks who were forcing the homebuyers to pay their EMIs.
Kerala RERA has warned promoters, agents, firms from advertising real estate projects prior to registering the project and also issued show cause notices to few developers which had indulged in such practice.
The banks have started issuing an auction notice in respect of real estate projects where the builder has defaulted by not completing the construction of the project. Here we are sharing some remedies for the aggrieved homebuyers.
The UP-RERA has now requested the RBI to consider restructuring the loans taken by the builders for the completion of real estate projects.
It is advisable to the creditors to make a plea of initiating Group Insolvency while filing an application for initiation of CIRP against a corporate debtor.
Homebuyers while filing the joint petition before NCLT under IBC laws, should chose the legal firm very carefully.