Under RERA complaints have to be resolved within 60 days and a regulation finalising the timeline would be issued soon
As many as 400 real estate projects have been registered, around 120 complaints by homebuyers filed manually and over 20 builders sent notices by Haryana’s RERA authorities, say official sources, adding they expect that the website would be up and running by next week.
“As many as 412 projects have been registered in Haryana so far, out of which 261 are in Gurgaon and the rest from other districts,” they say.
Around 714 real estate agents have been registered of which around 404 are from Gurugram and the rest from other districts.
Complaints have been manually received from 55 homebuyers in Gurugram and 66 more from the rest of the state since last July, they say.
“We are hoping that the website will be launched by next week. The work is being handled by NIC and trial runs are on,” they say.
Under RERA complaints have to be resolved within 60 days and a regulation finalising the timeline would be issued soon, sources said.
“Most of the complaints received till date do not comply with the format. Right now we are not rejecting any complaint but asking the complainant to refile the complaint online in the prescribed format within 15 days. These would then be disposed of within the stipulated 60 days. We will be uploading this information on the website by next week,” they said.
Moving towards making the regulatory authority functional in the state, Haryana has recently appointed two members each for the two H-Rera benches in Gurugram and Panchkula.
Samir Kumar, a retired IAS officer, and Subhash Chander Kush, a former chief town planner, have been appointed on the Gurugram bench.
Anil Kumar Panwar, a retired district and sessions judge, and Dilbag Singh Sihag, a former chief town planner, have been picked for the Panchkula bench.
Sihag had drafted the H-Rera rules has been acting as the H-Rera executive director until recently.
Earlier, the government had named additional chief secretary (education) KK Khandelwal as the head of the Gurugram bench and additional chief secretary (health) Rajan Gupta as the chief of the Panchkula bench last November.The newly functioning Gurugram bench of Haryana RERA at a recent hearing has said that any project that has not received an occupation certificate (OC) will come under its purview. All the projects that have received part-OC would also have to register with the authority excluding the portion for which the document has been granted as it that will be outside the ruling of the new real estate law. The Panchkula bench held its first hearing on Thursday (February 8).The Great Diwali Discount!
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