Complaint Against the Builder Complaint Against the Builder

i bought the Flat in my apartment but there are lot issues and the major issue is Electricity wiring, its been not even 2 years

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Posted 7 months ago


A. If the Flat is bought in the RERA regime, the Builder is liable to cure the structural default brought to his notice by the Purchaser within 5 years from the date of possession. Therefore, you need to first issue a legal notice to the Builder for fixing all the structural default, failing which, you may move RERA forum.

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Saumitra  Salunke

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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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Query regarding 8 months gap between sale agreement and sale deed Query regarding 8 months gap between sale agreement and sale deed

Due to covid situation there is a gap of 8 months between sale agreement and sale deed. I did the sale agreement for my flat in feb/20 and closed my loan of 20L with the cheque i got from buyer and al

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You seems to be a very honest person. You need to pay only rent at the market rate and not interest.

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Query regarding resale flat: sale agreement and sale deed Query regarding resale flat: sale agreement and sale deed

I did the sale agreement for resale flat in Feb/20 , I transferred token money, down payment around 13L and closed there ongoing loan of 20Lakh in feb/20 only. For sale deed only 7 lakh was pending to

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You can get issue a legal notice and settle the matter.

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I purchased a flat and signed the agreement in July 2020 by giving down payment. The final payment was completed in Oct 2020 via loan. There was an existing rental family staying there who vacated the

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
It goes as per the terms of agreements. Other wise you have no legal right to claim such rents.

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Denial for paying pre-EMI for flat booked under Subvention scheme Denial for paying pre-EMI for flat booked under Subvention scheme

Bought a flat in Mumbai (2019) under subvention scheme. Builder discontinued the scheme with bank (dec 2019) but gave us in writing (on his letter head and on email) that despite his agreement with ba

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Posted 8 months ago


A. YOu may go ahead with filing a case but looking at the current scenario its not sure what decision the court will take as everyone is under lot of economic duress.

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Land Property Land Property

Hi There is a land property which my father gave it to me and my brother but didn’t seperated it(which side is whos).Many years ago my brother mortgaged the whole property(took the original paper by

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Hi,
You can claim your share by filing a partition suit in the civil court.

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Refund of Flat 10% payment Refund of Flat 10% payment

I booked a flat in apartment society from a reputed builder. I paid token money and then balance of 10% payment to start BBA signing process and also got loan sanction for 80% property cost in the mon

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Hi,
You can try to settle the dispute amicably by raising the issue with the society and the builder, but this approach will hardly yield any result. Better to institute a legal case, by sending them a legal notice and approaching the consumer forum for seeking refund, compensation alongwith cost of litigation.
If you find my answer helpful, please rate me.

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Buying Flat from Landowner Allocation Buying Flat from Landowner Allocation

I have booked a flat from a reputed builder at Kolkata which is from the Landowner Allocation. When I have applied for Home Loan, bank said that they can only disburse the amount in the landowner's ac

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Posted 8 months ago


A. A. If you are buying it form the Builder then there should be a registered Development Agreement between the Builder and the Land Owner, not Sale Agreement.
B. Land owner to Builder PoA & Development Agreement should be registered.
C. Builder can sign the Sale Agreement if it has a registered PoA authorizing it to do so.
D. Return of money depends on terms of allotment letter or application form which you may have signed and submitted (as sale agreement has not been executed yet)
E. Check if ...ReadMore

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Latest Response 8 months ago
Anirban  Chatterjee

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Tanmoy  Chattopadhyay

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In an apartment run by a registered association,I have bought a flat.Apart from many inconveniences caused by the builder,I am amazed to see that the builder has advertised to sell the mandatory front

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Posted 1 year ago


A. DearSir
My answers are as follows

1. has the builder got any right to sell the common area?
Ans; no
2.can a registered association help a builder to sell a common area this way?
Ans;no, as it is against the interest of members of the association .
3.can a registered association force an individual flat owner to sign to make an illegal deal?
Ans; you can lodge and protest with deferent concerned authorities.
4.As per your valuable advice I am going to file complaint against the builder to the ...ReadMore

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I have bought a flat in an apartment consisting 44 flats.In the CC plan builder got 21 covered and 9 open parking to sell.But he has sold 42 out of that.As a result I have been allotted 90 sq ft inste

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Posted 1 year ago


A. The real estate ( regulation and development) Act 2016 provides for the protection of your rights. You have a legal remedy.

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