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Haryana real estate regulator serves notice on Supertech for cheating homebuyers

Haryana real estate regulator serves notice on Supertech for cheating homebuyers

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GURGAON: The Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (HRERA) has issued a notice to Supertech Limited for allegedly cheating homebuyers for a non-existent residential project, an official said today. HRERA chairman K K Khandelwal said in an official statement that the authorities approved neither a project nor any plan, but the real estate developer allegedly sold dwellings units. The notice was issued on a complaint filed by a Sector 46 resident against Supertech Limited. "The builder issued an advertisement in a national Hindi newspaper on January 16, 2016 to invite applications for a new project 'Officer Enclave', which offered high-rise independent floors on Sohna Road, even though the property did not exist," the statement said. "We are reviewing the entire matter accordingly. If nee...
Home rules tweaked in Haryana, now get occupation certificates in 8 days

Home rules tweaked in Haryana, now get occupation certificates in 8 days

Finance
GURUGRAM: The Haryana government has decided to allow people constructing homes to file a self-declaration mentioning they have followed the building plan in an attempt to streamline the process of issuing occupation certificates. Under the amended Haryana Building Code, 2017, a person building a home will have to give a "self-certificate" through a recognised architect to the department of town and country planning. The government is expected to issue the occupation certificate (OC) in eight working days if the applicant is found to have followed all the rules of construction. Officials said the district town planner (DTP) and the assistant town planner (ATP) might conduct random checks of the site to ensure the new rules aren't misused. In case of any discrepancy, the department ...
Gurugram homebuyers to move consumer court against Haryana RERA

Gurugram homebuyers to move consumer court against Haryana RERA

Finance
Gurugram: A group of homebuyers, unhappy with the provisions of Haryana’s Real Estate Regulation Act (Rera), are planning to knock on the doors of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) to protect their interests. The buyers, who have invested in various ongoing real estate projects across Gurgaon, have already lodged several complaints with the Haryana government, expressing serious concerns over the “dilution” of the central Act. They alleged that the state Act, though was touted as a tool for safeguarding the interests of homebuyers, ended up being largely tilted in favour of developers. Citing an example, Prakhar Sahay, a homebuyer, said a Mumbai-based developer had been delaying the process for giving possession at a project at Sector 95 for the past seven yea