In the “possession delay” case, MahaRERA can declare arbitration process void

Dated on: Friday 5th January 2018

In an unprecedented pronouncement, MahaRERA stipulated that this authority can nullify arbitration applications and issue orders to complaints filed by a co-purchaser.  In this matter, MahaRERA shed some light on the above-mentioned statement and said that this Authority has the jurisdiction over the arbitration applications as RERA Act was ratified after the Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 1996. Furthermore, MahaRERA stated that if any flat is booked in the name of two people (suppose two people are Husband and Wife) and one of them is party, then a complaint which is filed by one of them is “maintainable in law.” 

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