Supreme Court warns Amrapali Group against playing smart

By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI Supreme Court sternly warned real estate giant Amrapali Group against playing smart in front of the apex court. Amrapali Group is accused of unnecessarily delaying its projects to the disbenefits to the home buyers’ interests. The apex court said that it would not allow the company

Supreme Court slams govt over unauthorised construction

By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Central government and other authorities to justify its stand helping laws protecting unauthorized constructions and also banged the Central government and others over their incapability to end unauthorized construction in Delhi. “Complete breakdown of law and order in the city,”

Supreme Court to Solve Mumbai’s Debris problem: Thousands of Redevelopment Society Projects to start

By Accommodation Times Bureau In an Special Writ Petition no (Diary No) 23708 of 2017 filed by Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry ( MCHI), Supreme Court has may give relief to thousands of societies which were stand still on redevelopment process because Mumbai Municipal Corporation stopped  giving IOA and CC to

Refundable Deposit to Builder is a Business Income : Supreme Court

By Accommodation Times News Services Refundable deposits received by a housing company for allotment of flats and future maintenance is business income. However, share capital received for allotment of flats is a capital receipt and not income. The principles of mutuality does not apply to such transactions. The Karnataka High Court held,

Women denied of inheriting ancestral property says Supreme Court

  By Accommodation Times News Service The Hindu Succession Act was amended and in 2005 women were counted equal in inheriting the ancestral property. In a major setback for many women across the country, the Supreme Court has said that women cannot inherit ancestral property if the father died before the 2005 amendment

One Flat, One Vote For Cooperative Housing Societies: Supreme Court

B y Accommodation Times News Services Can the bye-laws of a co-operative housing society curtail the voting rights of different members of a holding separate flats in the building? No, says the supreme court: it’s one flat, one vote. The multi-flat family problem has cropped up in scores of housing societies throughout