Bombay HC issues non-bailable warrants against promoter

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI On Tuesday, Bombay High Court directed Mumbai police commissioner to produce builder Jayant Mehta on Wednesday and issued non-bailable warrants against him. The order was passed by Justice Shahrukh Kathawala, the court ordered the developer several times to appear before the court. However, it failed in it. The

HC asks HUDA to include kin in verification of multiple plot allotments

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH The Punjab and Haryana high court (HC) on Saturday, asked the Haryana government that while verifying multiple allotments, include the spouse or dependent children of the allottees. While hearing multiple plot allotment cases the Justice Daya Chaudhary asked the authority to verify names mentioned in the form filed

Madras HC directs authorities to raze commercial complex

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHENNAI The Madras High Court (HC) has directed the authorities to remove illegal constructions and encroachments in public places and also to raze a commercial complex. The Bench comprising Justice S Vaidyanathan and Justice M Venugopal observed, “Land encroachments were like cancer that slowly ate lung spaces of lands

Karnataka HC Continues To Mandate The Solar Heaters For Buildings

By Accommodation Times Bureau The Karnataka High Court has rejected the petition filed by Md Hasnuddin ,which had challenged the rule that makes solar water heaters mandatory for new houses. A resident of Kalaburgi- Md Hasnuddin- had challenged the 2010 notification of the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commissioner which was published in the Karnataka Gazette the same year. The petition alleged the

Flats only for HC employees, Gujarat govt clams up on 'general policy'

By Accommodation Times Bureau Last year, the government had assured the Gujarat high court that it was considering a "general policy" for housing state government employees in metropolitan cities, and then it went silent on the issue, and only narrowed its submission on September 21 to provide flats at concessional rates for high court staff and for