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Realty firms told to get Rera’s nod by August 31

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Aug 19, 2017, 2:18 am IST
Updated : Aug 19, 2017, 2:18 am IST

Starting September 1, information about all registered projects will be available online on the MahaRERA portal.

Homebuyers can send emails about ongoing projects, which are required to be registered but have not been registered so far, directly to the regulator.
 Homebuyers can send emails about ongoing projects, which are required to be registered but have not been registered so far, directly to the regulator.

Mumbai: Maharashtra RERA chairperson Gautam Chatterjee at an event jointly organised by FICCI and Grant Thornton on Friday said that stern action would be taken against builders if they did not get their ongoing constructions registered by August 31.

Chatterjee said, "We have received 30 complaints so far and have already started the hearing process from Friday. These complaints are mainly pertaining to delay in project completion,".  Till date, the regulator has received 12,700 applications, of which, around 8,000 have been registered. “Registration for the rest will be completed in the next six to seven days,” he said.

 

But after giving extensions as per provisions of the Act, we have so far received over 12,700,” said Chatterjee. He asserted that there would be no further extensions and stern action would be taken against those who failed to register their projects before August 31.

Starting September 1, information about all registered projects will be available online on the MahaRERA portal. Therafter, homebuyers can send emails about ongoing projects, which are required to be registered but have not been registered so far, directly to the regulator.

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