Real Estate Bill highlights 2016

Highlights of Real Estate Bill:

All developers will have to register their projects with a real estate regulator.

All states across the country will have one regulator which will settle disputes and impose compensation.

Neither housing nor commercial projects can be launched unless it got registered with the real estate regulator of the state. If the bill is passed in the Parliament, the ongoing projects, which are yet to receive completion certificates, will also have to abide by the same rule.

Developers can’t even advertise of their projects without prior registration with the real estate authority.

Developers cannot sale properties by showcasing the super area. Instead, the developers will have to disclose the carpet area before putting any advertisements.*

The regulator authorities will monitor layout plans which should be declared during the time of registration of the project.

 

 

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Developers need to mention all details of contractor, architect, structural engineer, etc. associated with the project. Any buyer will get all information related to the project from the real estate regulator authorities.

At least two-third buyers’ consent to be needed if the developer wants to alter plans, structural designs and specifications of the building.

Developers will be responsible for structural defects and they need to refund money in cases of default. Any third party or broker, who are interested to sell flats or an apartment, will be asked to register their names with the regulatory body.

The brokers also will be penalised for non-compliance.

Developers will have to pay refund with interest to buyers in case they fail to deliver projects on time.

Promoters will have to deposit 50 per cent of the amounts collected from buyers in a separate bank account within 15 days. It will ensure that they will complete the project on time.

The real estate regulator can impose penalty on developers if they violate any rules set by the authority.

Projects can be de-registered and penalties might be imposed on the developer in such cases.

Developers may have to pay a fine up to 10 per cent of project cost. Misinformation will attract fine of 5 per cent of project cost. To curb corruption and use of black money in the real estate market, the bill will bring some provisions which will help to track down the source of black money which currently costs the govt billions of rupees in lost taxable income.

 

We at PGC INDIA helps REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER  AND AGENTS AND BUSINESS HOUSES LEARN THE TECHNICALITIES OF REAL ESTATE BILL WHICH IS PASSED FOR THEIR BUSINESS OPERATIONS AND ALSO PROVIDES THEM LEGAL KNOW HOW SO THEY CAN WORK BETTER IN THE SAME.

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