Projects without an OC should not fall under RERA, say lawyers in Bombay High Court

Dated on: Monday 13th November 2017

In the recent ongoing RERA Case, the lawyers from both the ends have appealed the court to amend the provision which makes it mandatory for projects that have given possession but without an Occupation Certificate should be registered under RERA.

Estimated by a lawyer, such projects are at least 50,000 in Maharashtra itself, and registration of them all under RERA will affect the working of the Authorities for under construction as well as new launch projects. The lawyers have further suggested that these cases should be overlooked under the MOFA (Maharashtra Ownership Flat Act). 

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