The Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority i.e. HRERA resolved complaints they received till date. According to the sources, the HRERA authority received a total of 4,785 registered complaints out of which 2,718 has been disposed-off till date.
K.K.Khandelwal, chairman, HRERA said that the maximum complaints were related to delay in project and refund from the developer. He further said that HRERA has imposed penalties on the developers for the delay in project.
Khandelwal was speaking that the Alumini Association meet of the M B M Engineering College, Jodhpur.
HRERA chief also said that the developer is always not at fault for the delay in project as some procedures under the Government authorities also take time to issue sanctions for the project. He also said that the Government officers and establishments must also be made answerable for the delay in projects.
There are nearly 410 real estate projects and 1,900 real estate agents registered with HRERA.
Earlier this year, the Haryana Real Estate Regulatory sent notice to a reputed developer regarding the sale of its four projects as the company was alleged selling them without the authority’s permission.
The developer was also ordered to file its reply to the issued show-cause notice within seven days. The authority also asked the company the reason to make a penal action them against them.
The developer has to take due permissions from the RERA authority before commencing sale of any project. The permissions are required to be asked under Section 15(1) and 61 of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016.
Under Section 15(1) the promoter should not transfer or depute his majority rights and liabilities of any real estate project to the third party. Also, the same can’t take place without seeking written consent from two-thirds of all allottees other than the promoter. The written consent of the authority is also required under this section.
The developer is liable for a penalty of maximum 5 percent if he/she fails to follow the rules.