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JC - Legal Updates - RERA Dossier (2019-2020)

Legal Updates

18 Sep 2020

RERA Dossier (2019-2020)

The real estate sector witnessed the beginning of a new era with the introduction of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (“Act”). Pursuant to the notification of the Act, the real estate sector eagerly awaited to see how various provisions of the Act are interpreted by different real estate regulatory authorities. Three years have passed since the Act was notified. Over a period of time, there have been numerous important rulings on certain aspects of the Act which had an impact on how the stakeholders in the real estate sector have been functioning.

Keeping up with the various judicial precedents set by the real estate regulatory authorities, we present to you the RERA Dossier (2019-2020).

How does the RERA Dossier help you?

Various real estate regulatory authorities over the country have been faced with divergent issues under the Act. We, at Juris Corp, have created a dossier wherein we have analysed and compiled the relevant orders passed during the past one year under various topics by:

(a)   Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority;

(b)   Karnataka Real Estate Regulatory Authority;

(c)   Delhi Real Estate Regulatory Authority; and

(d)   Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority.

The orders are critical from the perspective of developers, homebuyers and financial institutions on issues most relevant to each of them. The dossier also gives a flavour of divergent views taken by Authorities established in different states, making it extremely important to be mindful of thedifferent views depending on the location of the Project one is involved in.

We have also ensured that you get access to the copies of the orders passed by the real estate regulatory authorities. You may click on the name of the order in the Dossier which will re-direct you to the copy of the order.