In the tapestry of India’s Constitution, Article 15 stands as a vibrant thread, woven with the purpose of eliminating discrimination and promoting equality among its citizens.
Arbitration is a dispute resolution process outside the traditional court system, gaining prominence in India due to its efficiency and flexibility. The Act governing the arbitration proceedings in India namely “The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996”.
The Supreme Court of India is the highest court in the country and has the power to review its own judgments. This power is derived from Article 142 of the Constitution, which states that the Court may pass such decree or make such order as is necessary for doing complete justice in any cause or matter pending before it.
The parliament in order to regulate this one of the fastest-growing sectors passed “The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 20164 which came into effect on 1st May 2016.
The Uttar Pradesh RERA Authority keeping up with the spirit of the Real Estate Regulation and Development. That 7th Conciliation Forum of NCR was held by the Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority recently wherein for the first time a settlement was achieved between the developer company Supertech and 14 Homebuyers.
Before the RERA, Real Estate Agents were not required to get their business registered and thus resulted into many manipulation and fraudulent activities
There is a large chunk of unsold inventory across the locations and available with almost all the builders. They would in all likelihood be trying to offload them and even offer a reduced rate along with other freebies. Buyers showing renewed interest in this market have to be cautious as the chances of falling into a trap could be high.
As per rule 8 of said rules, every real estate agent required to register as per Act shall make an application in writing to the Authority in Form ‘G’, in triplicate, until the application procedure is made web based.
The Real Estate (Regulations and Development) Act, 2016 has prescribed for every State/UT to prepare details rules regarding registration and implementation of RERA.
Real Estate projects that are ongoing and have not received a completion certificate, on the date of commencement of the Act, the promoter shall, within a period of 3 months from date of commencement, shall make application in triplicate for registration of the project.
All State/ Union Territories for prepare Rules and set up Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) with the sole motto to regularize the real estate sector.
At one place, where the Act specifies the details rules and regulation for proper registration and transparency, the Act also prescribes penalty for different kind of offenses.
As per section 3 of The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (here-in-after referred as RERA), which has come into force from 1st May, 2016 and has been notified to be commenced w.e.f. from 1st May 2017.