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sachin kumar

Posted 1 year ago

i booked(not registry) a flat in 2016 in noida at that time i am unmarried. now last year i was married i want to add my wife as coapplicant but builders says right now it is not possible because all document gone to the authority to registry. is there any process to add coapplicant to my booked flat before registry. i want subsidy under PMAY.

A. Contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya
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sachin kumar

Posted 1 year ago

i booked(not registry) a flat in 2016 in noida at that time i am unmarried. now last year i am married i want to add my wife as coapplicant. but builders says right now it is not possible because all documnet gone to the authority to registery. is there any process to add coapplicant to my booked flast before registry. i want subsidy under PMAY.

A. If you haven't yet visited the Sub-Registrar office for registration of your property, it means registration is not yet completed. Registration needs to be done. There's a possibility. Contact Vidhikarya for giving lawyers notice.
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Sir, There is one Pvt builder in Lucknow named Dreams homes Pvt ltd, he is selling plots and saying that the land is having dakhil.khariz on the name of builder and 143 also done. He is saying only registry is required and dakhil kharij is not required. I have listened that 143 is must for construction of house and also dakhil khariz is also necessary of the land. So kindly confirm about dakhil kharij is required or not.kindly suggest me what is the rule and what should I do Thanks

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A. Need to review the sale agreement. You can contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya.
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I am going to purchase a 3 bhk builder floor in Jaipur city from a local builder. The building is G+3 and project is not registered in RERA. Project has stilt floor for common parking, one lift and two stair cases.Total no of floors are 3 and each floor has 4 flats ( 2 no 3bhk & 2 no 2bhk). A sale agreement is already executed between buyer and seller with some booking amount through cheque. Cheque no is also mentioned in the agreement.Now we are going for the registration process very soon and still some outer work of the building is in progress & pending. I have some queries like- a) In my case is it necessary to take Possession letter and Occupancy Certificate from builder as project is not registered in RERA. b) If yes then, what will be the procedure and what papers will require for the same? c) Can i hold some amount of builder after the registration till i received the Occupancy Certificate?

A. Hallo sir, you can take possession letter from builder. You can contact with our vidhikarya lawyers for further legal procedure.
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How can I know whether agreement deed provided by builder has been registered in sub registrar office or not because there is no mention in agreement deed and I also not intimated accordingly. Pl also guide whether deed is INVALID and case can be filed

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A. raise a complaint with RERA under section 61 of the Act that the promoter is involved in unfair and fraudulent practice. Further had violated the terms and conditions laid down under the Act.
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Hi, I had purchased flat in aug 2015 in Panvel- Navi Mumbai . it was registered around sept 2015 . As per the demand I had paid all 95% of flat value. Since builder had not mentioned any possession date in flat he delayed the project. Now the project is registered with rera and possession date was in first week of May 2018 which is already passed Builder had send me demand letter demanding below amount & mentioned planning to give possession soon in letter. 5% pending amount Cidco naina charges 165000 Society registration charges 40000 2 Year maintenance charges – 32000 In agreement he had only mentioned amount for flat. I had already paid him 95 % amount as per the agreement. All amount is paid through bank loan. I had proof. but he had mentioned in a clause in agreement that I need to pay additional amount for cidco Naina / Society charges / 2 year society maintaince charges .No amount is mentioned for that . He had send me 2 letter as a remainder to pay above dues before possision of flat. When I raised Maharera concellation request he send me email that as per the agreement I need to pay above due otherwise he will terminate the agreement as per the clause . so i didnot proceed with maharera concellation request & looking for legal advice Please advice

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You can approach MAHARERA for appropriate directions to the builder and in most of the cases the builder comes with compromise terms then you can use your own option.
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A month ago, I have presented my problem in this site, regarding my plots in the DTCP approved lay out claimed by Tahsildar as Govt land, by issuing show cause notice. Eminent panel advisers Sri Nirmal Chopra and Sri Kishan Dutt Kalaskar replied that we should challenge the notice in the High Court. However none of the owners have approached the Court but replied the show cause notice. Now the Tahsildar issued proceedings taking over possession of the land with 90 days time to appeal. The proceedings of the Tahsildar reads as follows: "After verifying the AVAILABLE revenue records, it was revealed that the village is an estate village and was taken over under E A Act. As per settlement records, the land stands classified as A. W. D. (Gayalu), Despite thorough search, THE FILES PERTAING TO GRANT OF D-FORM PATTAS WERE NOT TRACED OUT. THE ASSIGNED LANDS HAVE NOT BEEN USED FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES, SEVERAL SALE AND RE-SALE TRANSACTIONS TOOK PLACE" The explanations cannot stop the resumption of the land to Govt with the pleas that the then Mandal Rev Officer/Tahsildar issued a zeroyati certificate, the then R D O issued orders for conversion of the land from agrl. to non-agrl.purpose and approval of DTCP. The developer of the layout has constructed bldgs in the disputed land and is running a residential Polytechnic college. He is now initiating a case in High Court in his name challenging the proceedings to protect his interest in the disputed land. Now I seek your advice, 1) in view of the legal recourse, initiated by the developer (in his name to protect his interest in the disputed land) whether the rest of the plot owners in the layout can relax 2) Can we file our cases in the local District Court. (The property value of individual plots is less than Rs. 10 lakhs). 3) The highlighted wordings in the Proceedings are whether sustainable. What should be our stand in these conditions Please guide.

A. Get paid consultation and approach both Sri Nirmal Chopra and Sri Kishan Dutt Kalaskar for further guidance in this matter.
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Pankaj Choudhary

Posted 1 year ago

Dear sir /madam, I bought a property in NCR (Gaziabad) and builder promised on agreement that property would be delivered by 31st Dec 2015. Its only now, 31st July 2018 that they are offering possession and are not paying any compensation also. Kindly advise what provisions of UP RERA laws are applicable and what compensation it provides fro delayed possession. Thanks

A. Go to the website of RERA and lodge a complaint online. You don't have to mention any section, just mention your grievances, relief and compensation amount and the name of the builder. You will get complaint/reference number and for future reference. Just follow the instructions. If you have any doubts call them and they will assist you.
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