The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 has been enacted by the Government for the protection of homebuyers against the unfair trade practices of housing development and real estate project developers. Developers have to compulsorily obtain all prerequisite approvals from government bodies before the project can be presented to the public. The developers have to further display all relevant information on the RERA website of the respective states.
If any developer, promoter or builder of the property doesn’t have the approvals or if s/he has defaulted under the Act in any manner, you may file a complaint before the RERA authorities through the most experienced RERA advocates in your locality.
- You must hire the top RERA lawyers in your locality to help you file the complaint before the appropriate authority.
- The procedure laid down by the State in which the property is located shall be followed.
- The fees for filing a complaint about RERA may also vary from state to state.
- The complaint must contain details of the name of the complaint, details of the developer, details of the property, amount paid, the relief sought, etc.