RERA dealt with 31 public grievances from the 45 that it had receive from consumers. Notices were issued to builders in all these complaints across the board last month. Laws under the Real Estate Act 2016 have been created with the purpose of bringing the real estate sector on the scale of transparency and order, safeguarding consumer holdings in building projects and disciplining defaulting developers.
While trial has started in a few of the cases, the remaining ones will be dealt with (put on trial) in accordance with the rules, as communicated by the program manager, Kailash Pandey. He added that it is just a matter of time when notices will be sent in the remaining grievances.
As specified by Pandey, attempts will be pushed into action for directing a trial process within the consented time frame of 60 days. The Uttarakhand Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Rules 2017 were announced on April 28 this year and became operational since May 1. The regulations, within notification of the Real Estate Act 2016, have been framed with the intent of bringing the right balance within the real estate sector, guarding consumer rights and means in construction projects and bringing to book wayward real estate developers.