Ms Stuti Galiya, (Solicitor & Advocate) By Accommodation Times Bureau Conveyance of land and its advantages Conveyance is a document which is executed to transfer title of the land on which a particular building has been constructed in favour of the housing society or any legal body of the flat purchasers. Conveyance of
By Accommodation Times Bureau In a Government Circular released on 18th Sept 2017 by Department of Housing, Government of Maharashtra, it is now not necessary to obtain Occupation Certificate ( OC) to apply for Deemed Conveyance. Earlier, Govt of Maharashtra while allowing Deemed Conveyance, made it mandatory for applicants to obtain Occupation
By Dr Sanjay Chaturvedi, LLB, PhD On 20th April, Maharashtra Government notified new RERA rules to regulate Real Estate Industry as directed by Central Government. Under new RERA Rules Builders are duty bound to give conveyance and form society if 51% of flats are "Booked". Within three months of 51% booking
By K K Ramani & Co Accommodation Times Bureau Frequently Asked Questions Q-1. The building was constructed 25 years ago and the Co-operative Society was registered 20 yrs ago. Inspite of its members best efforts the builders have not given conveyance of property to the Society. The Society wants to use TDR.
Accommodation Times News Services Frequently asked Questions about Deemed Conveyance Q.1) What is Conveyance? Ans. Granting of Lease or Transfer of lease of land by CIDCO to Co-Operative Housing Society or to an Apartment Owners Association or a Company is known as Conveyance. Q.2). How Conveyance is done? Ans. For granting of lease by CIDCO,
By Accommodation Times News Service Government has decided to simplifies the procedure to get deemed conveyance for housing societies, reducing the number of documents required to get the certificate has been reduced from 12 to 6 Housing Societies in Maharashtra can take a sigh of relief to get the deemed conveyance
By Accommodation Times News Service By K K Ramani, (Advocate) The Section 92 of Central Act has repealed the Maharashtra Housing Act. The Maharashtra Housing Act 2014 itself having been repealed, MOFA will continue to operate. State Act MOFA and Central Real Estate Act both will be enforceable simultaneously in the State