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Realtors express concern on SC ruling

March 23
12:04 2017

NEW DELHI: Realtors body CREDAI have expressed concern that the Supreme Court judgment that flat buyers can jointly approach the apex consumer commission NCDRC will open the floodgates of legal cases against builders.


The Supreme Court has upheld the order of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) that flat buyers can jointly approach it in case of a dispute with a builder.


According to the Consumer Protection Act, if the cost involved is less than Rs 1 crore, the complainant has to first file the plea at the district consumer forum.


Commenting on the Supreme Court judgment regarding the Rs 1 crore criteria for the plea in NCDRC, Credai President Getamber Anand said: “While the Supreme Court judgment has brought a semblance of relief to the concerned home buyers, it has opened the floodgates on similar lawsuits which will look to bypass the due process set forth initially.”


“In such a scenario, any and all developers are vulnerable to the misuse of this precedent which, during this difficult and transitionary time for the sector increases confusion and uncertainty,” he added.


Anand said the impetus right now should be to comfort homebuyers without laying undue burden on the developers who are working towards complying with the new administrative structure being brought in by the real estate regulatory law.-PTI




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