Bizman Akshaypat Singhania moves NCDRC against Pune builders

By Rohit Sharma PUNE Renowned Mumbai-based industrialist,  Akshaypat Singhania, Chairman and MD of JK International has moved the NCDRC against Sai Shraddha Associates & Ors for excessive delay in handing over possession of a property he purchased in December 2013. In 2013,  Singhania approached Sai Shradha Associates &Ors., along with partner Shankar

Builders can’t force buyers to go for arbitration: NCDRC

By Accommodation Times Bureau Real estate players cannot force buyers to settle their disputes through arbitration by restraining them from approaching consumer forums, India's apex consumer commission has ruled. A three-member bench of the National Commission Dispute Reddressal Corporation (NCDRC) has said it is not a compulsion for buyers to go for

Flat owners now can conjointly raise voice against the builders to NCDRC, stated by SC

 By Mitali Joshi  Accommodation Times Bureau Supreme Court recently appended the right of the flat owners who can stand together and raise voice against the misleading builders to the national consumer forum. According to the Consumer Protection Act, the plea could be registered directly to the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC)

4 property owners in Vadodara to get sale deeds of properties after 30 years of legal battle

By Accommodation Times Bureau After 30-year wait, four property owners will be able to get sale deeds of their houses done as Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (CDRC) has said that it was builder’s responsibility. It is the builder’s responsibility to get the sale deed of the property done because he has taken

Societies, not builders, are eligible for revenue from advertising hoardings

By Accommodation Times News Services Earnings from hoardings are usually land up with the builders even though the hoarding may be atop the flat owner’s terrace. Recently though in a landmark order the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) upheld the order passed by the Central Mumbai District Consumer Forum (CMDCF) ruling

SC directs builder to repay Rs.33 cr maintenance

By Accommodation Times News Services A big a blow to builders who don't deliver on promised dates, the Supreme Court has asked Ambience Lagoon Apartments , in Gurgaon to refund residents Rs 33.38 crore — 70% of the maintenance fees it had collected since 2002 - for failing to provide the