The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 empowers the homebuyers to take a legal action against a real estate developer or builder for violating the provisions the real estate laws and rules. This includes causing a delay in property possession, failure in registering the property as per the law, using poor quality of raw material, not providing the OC, etc.
When a complaint is filed and the order has been passed by the RERA Authority in favour of the homebuyer, it is often noticed that the builder fails to execute the order of the Authority. Homebuyers are left with an order in their favour with no actual action. In such case, the homebuyer has the option to file an application for execution of the RERA order.
After your consultation, the RERA advocate will go through your RERA order. The lawyer will draft and file the execution order wih the RERA Authority. The lawyer will then appear before the RERA Authority on the assigned dates of hearing till. The lawyer will represent your execution application on the hearing dates, prepare arguments, present evidence and examine and cross-examine the witnesses.