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All the consumers are believed to be the King in India but in reality, it is hardly true in the case of homebuyers. Although the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) has been implemented, still lots of builders continue to fleece homebuyers as not all projects have got registered with RERA yet. Disputes arise and many buyers are still running from pillar to post for getting them resolved. The matter becomes worse when any buyer fails to act on time and his claim gets delayed for some reason, or when he fails to keep the proofs of his claims made to the builder. Some buyers think that they can raise their claim in a court of law even after a few years as filing a complaint is not time-bound. However, that is not true. So, if you are also thinking on similar lines, then think again. For, the court may just refuse to register your complaint if that is delayed beyond a point.
Delivering quality workmanship is the dictum for real estate developers apart from other deliverables. Thankfully, the buyers of RERA-registered projects will not have to run from pillar to post, including courts, for getting relief when there are defects (structural or otherwise) after they have taken possession of the newly-constructed property.Fraudulent Disputes
The following practices are considered as fraudulent in the court of law in case of the real estate sector. A consumer can file a complaint for
The buyers must thoroughly go through the original copy of the agreement. Verification of the original document of the property is very important. The following g should be done
Buyer who is the victim of the Unfair Trade practice of the builder under RERA can approach the following forums
The Real Estate Act is intended to achieve the following objectives:
Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act is effective from 1 May, 2017.What are the conditions for Applicability of the Act?
Act is applicable when land size exceeds 500 sq.mtrs and units exceed 8. No promoter shall advertise, market, book, sell or offer for sale for any real estate project in any planning area without first registering such project.Does it cover rental arrangements also?
RERA does not cover rental arrangements.What is the time limit for grant of registration by RERA?
Registration by RERA shall be granted within 30 days from date of application.When Can a Will be Challenged After Probate?