Creditors who fails to the submit the claims with proof within 14 days can submit their claims within 90 days from the Insolvency Commencement date as per the amendment of Regulation 12(2).
whereas legislation like RERA provides for individual remedies against the Builder, the IBC Code gives collective control over the affairs and management of the Corporate Debtor to its financial creditors.
NCLT and RERA have different functioning and approach to tackle cases of homebuyers, often homebuyers are confused on which remedy to choose.
A tug of war going on between the companies involved in the real estate sector and the homebuyers since the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) came in force in 2016
The homebuyers who have got RERA refund orders and if builder has defaulted in making the payment, you can file case before NCLT under IBC laws
If there is no assured return plan incorporated into the builder buyer agreement entered into between the homebuyer and builder then the homebuyer had to approach RERA to seek refund.
Homebuyers who have been assured of committed returns from the developer could trigger IBC as a financial creditor under section 7 whereas all the homebuyers have been granted the right to represent themselves as a participant of the committee of creditors.