The state court acted promptly on homebuyer’s plea and revoked an order, which was issued by MahaRERA on 28 November 2017, by saying that the order is illegal and asked MahaRERA to reassess the petitioner’s claim and pass a well-thought-out order. The complainant argued that MahaRERA had just copied the developer’s arguments without even considering real facts and situation. In this case, the developer claimed that his project had been started in 2009 but was delayed due to change of law, incorrect classification of the plot as CRZ II and administrative conflicts. So he is not liable to pay any compensation as these reasons beyond his control.
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