An aggrieved individual has two options: either go to the RERA Tribunal or go to the Consumer Forum & it’s not possible to file a complaint with both the RERA Tribunal and the NCDRC at the same time.
Tag: aggrieved homebuyers
Pandemic fueled delay in possession hit homebuyers hard
Homebuyers were promised possession years ago but till date thousands of them are still waiting to get the possession and have faith in the system to get justice.
UPRERA swings into action- Clears backlog of 2400 cases vide online hearing
Hon’ble UPRERA Authority has heard more than 2400 cases post the lockdown through the means of Video Conferencing which is the new way of life for all of us.
Reduction of stamp duty as a method to boost demand in the Real Estate Sector
By the reduction of duties to be paid at the time of registration, the real estate sector would witness the much-needed boost in demand.
Supreme Court takes matter into its own hands in Jaypee Infratech Case
The SC has already issued notice and sought a reply from Jaiprakash Associates for the same, due to be heard on 17th October, 2020. The apex court took matters into its own hands and ordered for transfer of cases.
Can a Homebuyer approach RERA, NCLT and Consumer court simultaneously?
The home buyers have multiple forums to their rescue and it depends on them as to under what procures and act or code they wish to proceed.
Issued RC under RERA, can be recovered within 3 years due to Limitation Act
The RERA Act under its ambit provides for the execution in the form of issuance of RC or better known as Recovery Certificate u/s 40 of RERA Act.
Haryana amend rules to grant Refund again to RERA Authority
The Haryana government amends the Haryana Rera rules in order to bring the power of refund within the purview of Rera authority established at Panchkula and Gurgaon
Penalty on builder as the terms of settlement was breached by the Builder
MahaRERA had setup a Conciliation Forum for aggrieved homebuyers who can approach the forum to get their grievances solved, before lodging complaints with the MahaRERA.