By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI A consumer court has order builder Amrapali to deposit an amount estimated of Rs 10 crore for delayed Sapphire project in Noida, this compensation is payable to 96 home buyers. The court has ordered the developer to deposit the amount after home buyers expressed fears that the
By Accommodation Times Bureau Couple of cases has been registered against builders regarding the delay in providing the possession of flats to the owners. The flat-owners of Universal Aura project moved to roads to raise their voice to express their disappointment. The protestors walked down to the DTCP office sector 14
By Accommodation Times Bureau The Delhi high court has compelled Pradeep Jain, chairman of Parsvnath Developers Limited and other 10 directors from the firm from leaving of the country under the case for delay in delivery of Paramount project. The complaint was registered by the Paramount Residents Welfare Association to the
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)
By Staff Reporter Accommodation Times Bureau Delhi, 23rd Feb 2017: In a Press release, Buyer Association of JP Aman at Sec 151 say that they are forced to organise Mega Protest & Shanti Yagya at JP AMAN ,Sec 151,Noida on 24th Feb. The Press Release said :- we the members of JAY PEE Aman Buyers Association"
By Accommodation Times Bureau Real Estate major Supertech Ltd has been asked to pay Rs 40.98 lakh to a homebuyer for delay in delivering possession of a flat in Greater Noida Extension with Delhi State Consumer Redressal Commission saying the firm has to suffer for its action and no one else. The Consumer Commission,
By Accommodation Times News Service The Consumer Protection Bill, which will come up for discussion and passage in the second half of budget session, provisions for heavy penalty including a jail term for misleading advertisement for the first time, government is putting in place a series of legal provisions to stop
By Accommodation Times News Service Holding that builders cannot levy any additional charges without any justification, the court said they were adopting tactics to achieve their illegal purposes and arm-twist the buyers to extort more money by raising the cost price or levying additional charges which do not form part of
By Anju D. Aggarwal Accommodation Times News Services One has booked a flat and the builder / housing board has set the deadline for giving its possession. However, as the date approaches, one finds that the flat is nowhere near completion. Worse still, the builder/housing board may not have begun constructing yet.
Accommodation Times Archives By Advocate Anju Agarwal One has booked a flat and the builder / housing board has set the deadline for giving its possession. However, as the date approaches, one finds that the flat is nowhere near completion. Worse still, the builder/housing board may not have begun constructing yet. When one