“Victims of RNA Corp.” OR Victims of Any Unscrupulous Builder, What are the options available for Home Buyer and Aggrieved Flat Owners in Redevelopment Project
How to File a Complaint against a Builder, What are the options available
Any citizen can file a case against a developer. There are several options and situations under which a property buyer can file a complaint. Types of complaints are:
2. Consumer case
3. Suit for Specific Performance of Contract
On the following grounds in which a property buyer can drag an incompetent property developer on violations/ breach of ground
Non-execution of relevant sale agreement despite having received a substantial advance amount
Non-issuance of copies of all relevant documents viz.; development agreement, power of attorney, sanctioned plan (by concerned Regional Authorities), specification of construction materials/design as per sanctioned plan and any other relevant documents
Charged higher than the agreed amount
No issuance of proper receipt(s) against the paid amount
Poor quality construction
Delivering of a house not complying to agreed specifications
No free parking space within the premises
Did not form a co-operative housing society and handed over to members
Non-provision of water storage tank
Non-provision of proper ventilation and light
Delayed possession beyond the stipulated time limit
Not obtaining completion certificate from the concerned registered (by the authorities) architect
Non-issuance of Occupancy Certificate at the time of delivery of respective flats/house to its occupants
Non-declaration of expenses against which the developer collected money
And many more…
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Legal Aid – What you need to know about it
SCC – Supreme Court Cases – Pg. No. 440, a Land Mark Judgement :Nominee of Deceased Member is absolutely entitled for the Ownership by transfer, Co-op. Soc can’t challenge the right of Nominee a settled Law of the land.
No legal heirship, Court order or Succession Certi. or Letter of Admin.is reqd.
Pl. Circulate & take advantage, @ v v imp for all Society members and office bearers
Sign the petition asking for Unilever to clean up the mercury poisoning in Kodaikanal: http://www.jhatkaa.org/unilever/
Written by Chennai-born rapper Sofia Ashraf and set to Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda,” the video takes an undisguised jab at Unilever for its failure to clean up mercury contamination or compensate workers affected by its thermometer factory in Kodaikanal.
Sofia Ashraf is BACK with a brand new video! This time she’s challenging some of Unilever’s biggest misleading statements regarding the company’s mercury contamination of Kodaikanal, India.
Last year, Sofie’s super viral parody video ‘Kodaikanal won’t’ made international waves that forced Unilever CEO Paul Polman to respond promising quick action. It resulted in Hindustan Unilever (HUL) compensating 591 of their ex-workers in Kodaikanal, many of whom had been devastated by mercury poisoning.
That was a massive victory but we only won half the battle. Unilever is yet to clean up the harmful mercury contamination inside and near their thermometer factory, which continues to slowly poison forests and water bodies in the area.
Watch the video, and then share it on social media to help it go viral. Just like last time.
Countering Unilever’s misleading claims and setting the public record straight is an important step in ensuring that the company’s mercury mess in Kodaikanal is cleaned-up to a high standard.
The press release can be found here.
Directions issued by Mr. Shailesh Gandhi, Central Information Commissioner with regard to Section 4 of the Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI)
Very useful for RTI Users and Activists