TNRERA needs to draft rules for issuing completion certificate to overcome its own limitations

Dated on: Tuesday 16th January 2018

The shackle of the non-existence of mechanism, to conduct checks and issue completion certificates for housing projects in areas under the DTCP (Directorate of Town and Country Planning), is preventing TNRERA (Tamil Nadu Real Estate Regulatory Authority) to take prompt action against developers who are violating the rules. However, such violations can be eliminated if completion certificates are made obligatory in areas under the DTCP which covers the entire state except for Chennai Metropolitan Area. Moreover, TNRERA stated that the real estate act does not allow the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) to inspect buildings; instead of that CMDA is issuing completion certificate after inspecting the construction. 

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