HRERA to be challenged through judicial means
Gurugram: Unhappy over the proposals issued on Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Act (HRERA) by Haryana government, two major resident bodies of Gurugram that is Gurugram citizens council and DLF Qutab enclave resident welfare association is all set to lodge the petition at the Punjab and Haryana high court.
The officials in these bodies have also started sending pamphlets accrue the legal fees to be spent in pursuing the matter.
The resident bodies allege that the basic structure of central act of RERA has been defeated in the state by removing main criteria of completion certificate that has been replaced by occupation certificate or partial completion certificate. They also highlight that the development work for which the buyers have already paid for like basic amenities for schools, community centres and society buildings have been intentionally omitted to benefit the builders as real estate going through bad times.
"We request all residents and property owners to contribute their best for this legal common cause by our organisation against the Haryana government to implement the original acts of RERA, 2016. The amendments made by the government have allowed the developers the leeway to delay the projects and not deliver the amenities on time," said RS Rathee, President, Gurugram Citizens Council.