In May 2001, the cooperative society was informed that the Board of Directors of the company had decided to transfer selling rights of 24,622 sq.ft. of flats in a housing project which the company had said to be undertaking, to the cooperative society.
The lawyer representing Unitech, on May 8, 2017, told a Supreme Court bench comprising justices Dipak Misra and AM Khanwilkar that the firm has complied with the direction given by the apex court, to R
The Supreme Court, on April 24, 2017, directed real estate firm Unitech to deposit 14 per cent interest on Rs 16.55 crores invested by 39 home buyers at its project in Gurugram, by May R
With the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) set to be implemented from May 1, 2017, state governments and consumer activists are actively discussing the rules that could protect the home buyer‘s interests. While the R
A Supreme Court bench headed by justice Dipak Misra, on March 27, 2017, asked the directors of real estate major Unitech Ltd, including its managing director, to appear before the court on May 5, R
A Supreme Court bench headed by justice Dipak Misra, on February 27, 2017, directed real estate major Unitech, to file the list of cases pending against it before various consumer forums and the amount R
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. A bench headed by R
Negotiations between union minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Parsvnath Developers, regarding possession of a flat is nearing completion, a panel of lawyers told the Supreme Court on February 20, 2017. A bench headed by R
Slapping a penalty on Unitech Resorts for delaying handing over of flats, the Supreme Court on February 20, 2017, directed it to deposit 14% interest on Rs 16.55 crores, invested by 39 home buyers R
A National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission bench of Justice K S Chaudhari dismissed the petition filed by NGO -- 'Nyaybhoomi' -- saying it was non maintainable.
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), has asked Unitech Hi-Tech Developers Ltd to refund the payment of Rs 3.33 crore made by a couple in 2010, towards the purchase of a flat in R
The Supreme Court, on October 21, 2016, directed Parsvnath Developers to hand over possession of a flat in its Gurgaon project, to minister of state for information and broadcasting, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, in two R
Contrary to the general perception that the business environment is getting tougher for the builders, due to activism from home buyers and the media and judicial intervention, there have been many instances of amnesty R
Seven years after booking an apartment with a leading pan-India developer, Mohit Khan lost patience and approached the developer for a refund. Khan was denied on the basis of the claim that the project R
The apex consumer commission slapped a penalty of 12 percent per annum on real estate major DLF Ltd to be given to 50 buyers for delaying giving possession of their flats in its Panchkula project in Haryana, saying it amounted to "cheating"
NestlÃ© has argued that the maggi issue is covered under the Food Safety and Standards act and that in itself is wide in scope for providing for adjudication of disputes.
Nestle is embroiled in a government class action suit seeking damages to the extent of Rs 640 crore from the company on account of misrepresentation to customers and potential damage caused.
In a first, the Consumer Affairs Ministry filed a case against the firm with the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission seeking about Rs 640 crore in damages for alleged unfair trade practices, false labelling and misleading advertisements.
The real problem of food safety lies not in our laws, but in our inability to create enough testing systems with adequate manpower to do the job consistently and fairly.
Yesterday, the Consumer Affairs Ministry had flied a case before the consumer forum NCDRC seeking Rs 284.45 crore in basic damages and another Rs 355.50 crore in punitive damages totalling Rs 639.95 crore from the Swiss giant.
The Consumer Affairs Ministry has dragged the company to the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) using a provision for the first time in the nearly three-decade-old Consumer Protection Act.
A USFDA spokesperson, in an e-mailed statement, said: "Following news reports about alleged lead levels in Maggi noodles made by Nestle and sold in the US, FDA tested a limited number of samples for lead contamination. FDA testing did not find any levels that present a public health concern for US consumers
According to sources, the complaint is to be filed on the basis of unfair trade practices and misleading advertisements and the government may seek financial penalties among other actions.
Unitech has increased the pace of construction works significantly during last two months to complete ongoing housing projects and improve cash flow, its Mananging Director Sanjay Chandra told agency.
The real estate major has delayed delivering flats under its Vistas project in Sector 70 in Gurgaon.