Real Estate
This sub-section covers all legal queries relating to consumer dispute arising out in real estate transactions.
10 legal queries in this sub-section
Can homebuyers / allottees approach Consumer Forum even after RERA Act?
Yes, homebuyers can approach either the Consumer Forum or the authorities under RERA Act.
Whom should homebuyers/ allottees approach – Consumer Forum, RERA, NCLT?
In order to choose between Consumer Forums and Courts, following material considerations as covered under different heads are important.
Are homebuyers “Consumers”? Can they file complaint in Consumer Forums?
Yes, homebuyers are consumers within the meaning of Consumer Protection Act, 2019 if they have not purchased the property for commercial purpose.
Can homebuyers / allottees approach Consumer Forum even after RERA Act?
Yes, homebuyers can approach either the Consumer Forum or the authorities under RERA Act.
Can homebuyers / allottees approach Consumer Forum even after RERA Act?
Yes, homebuyers can approach either the Consumer Forum or the authorities under RERA Act.
Can homebuyers / allottees approach Consumer Forum even after RERA Act?
Yes, homebuyers can approach either the Consumer Forum or the authorities under RERA Act.
Can homebuyers / allottees approach Consumer Forum even after RERA Act?
Yes, homebuyers can approach either the Consumer Forum or the authorities under RERA Act.
Can homebuyers/ allottees claim compensation by filing complaints after they have executed conveyance deed with the builders?
Yes, homebuyers/ allottees can claim compensation by filing complaints after execution of conveyance deed.
Can homebuyers / allottees approach Consumer Forum even after RERA Act?
Yes, the homebuyers /allottees can claim compensation higher than that mentioned in the Buyers Agreement
What are the legal remedies available to the homebuyers/ allottees against builder?
You can approach RERA, Consumer Commission, NCLT, Civil Court, etc.