The developers get a time period of 60 days to file an appeal challenging the MahaRERA order, post that the case will be heard at the tribunal.
Mumbai: The developers get a time period of 60 days to file an appeal challenging the MahaRERA order, post that the case will be heard at the tribunal. According to homebuyers, the developers are taking advantage of the RERA act to purposely delay the execution of MahaRERA order, by filing an appeal.
In case of Allaudin Shaikh v/s Skyline Construction, the regulatory authority had passed the judgment, ordering the developer to refund the amount paid by Mr Shaikh with 10.5 per cent interest rate under section 18 of the RERA act. In addition to this, Rs 1,00,000 was also directed to be paid, since developer not only failed to give possession but also changed the promised view from the flat. The case is related to Goregaon based project RNA corp, wherein the developer was denied permission to construct till 39 floors and had to bring down the structure to five floors.
“We had purchased an apartment on the 39th floor which will never be constructed, but yet he has gone for an appeal. I had paid 70-80 per cent of amount and he is entitled to give me interest as per the judgment,” said Mr Shaikh.