Due to nation wide lockdown MahaRERA extended the period of validity for registration of all registered Real Estate Projects by 3 Months.
MREAT directed the developers to refund the forfeited amount of Rs. 8.14 lakhs to Jagdish Patel and Pravin Patel within two months.
Builders demanding cash are often a sign of unscrupulous dealings and should not invest their hard earnings in such dicey investments.
MahaRERA which completed a year on May 1 this year is the most progressive authority in India. The authority beyond giving remarkable orders is also trying its best to play the role of regulator.
MahaRERA mandates the promoters to upload the information relating to suppliers and vendors of the construction material on their respective website.
The Real Estate Regulatory Authority Mumbai is experiencing a rough task in handling with housing ventures that are not registered under RERA, over which it has no control.
Complaint filed against the developer Shahaji Javir for delaying the possession for a period of 9 long years of the flat booked in Nitin Enclave at Airoli in the month of June of year 2018.
A complaint was filed by Umesh Vyas against the developer Prima Terra Buildetch Private Limited and Satsasang Bharti CHS Ltd. The complainant approached MahaRERA seeking the interest on delayed possession.
Maharashtra Government has decided to bring in tenanted or cessed buildings under RERA. The motive to include these building under RERA ambit is to provide protection to the consumers
The Maharashtra RERA in its ruling shed some light on the refund of booking amount as in its order the authority directed the developer to give back the booking amount.
The Bombay High Court decided the main petition, challenging an order given by Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority.
The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) has created a forum of 33 conciliators to set up 15 groups containing two individuals each
The government is undertaking efforts to establish homebuyers’ confidence for committing to under-construction homes by encouraging states to implement RERA, which would protect the buyer’s interests