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When MahaRERA cannot do much to resolve a complaint

DNMUM402334 | 12/4/2017 | Author : Varun Singh | WC :487



The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority will not entertain complaints against a project if it has received part occupation certificate, even if the document has been issued by mistake, the housing regulator has said. This is so because such buildings need not register and MahaRERA’s jurisdiction is limited to only ongoing projects.
Prasad Patkar filed a complaint to contend that he booked Flat No. 104 on the 1st floor in Tower-B of “Runwal Elegante” at Lokhanwala Complex, Oshiwara, Andheri (West). This project consists of A, B and C towers and is a single project. The developer has registered only Tower-A with MahaRERA as ongoing project. For the other two towers, the developer said that they have received part occupa
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