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How can you help in getting possession of my flat in Jaypee Greens, wish town, Noida.

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Posted on 17th Aug, 2017
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Advocate Rajeev
Answered on 27th Jul, 2018
First you should send a legal notice to the builder from your lawyer. There after you should file a petition against the builder before the conserned consumer Forum or State Commission or National commission according to the value of the flat. The district consumer Forum is having jurisdiction upto 20 lakh only. The state commission is having jurisdiction upto 1 carore.
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Advocate Mohit
Answered on 21st Sep, 2018
Firstly, you have to send a legal notice through a lawyer and after that you have to file a written complaint before the appropriate consumer dispute redressal forum set up under the act, depending on the value of the property, or the amount of damage he has suffered. Any dispute over Rs 20 lakhs can be directly filed before the State Commission and any dispute over Rs 1 crore can be filed before the National Commission in New Delhi. Any dispute for a value lower than Rs 20 lakhs has to be filed in the District Commission,”
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Advocate Nishant
Answered on 30th Jun, 2018
You may first send a legal notice through an advocate and after 15 days of notice receipt file complaint case before consumer court under section 12 of consumer protection act.... You sure will get the possession if not your money will be refunded back...
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Advocate Saurabh
Answered on 2nd Jun, 2018
There is remedial option for you on Consumer forum, make request to the builder to give you possession or call a Legal Notice to them about it , if they didnot give you any response then welcome them towards consumer forum with demanding compensation.
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Advocate Luv
Answered on 21st Mar, 2018
A remedy lies in Consumer Forum. But the builders seem to be under bankruptcy proceedings. The matter is already receiving attention of Supreme Court. It will be advisable to join the group of other applicants and wait for the outcome.
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Advocate Luv
Answered on 22nd Feb, 2018
A remedy lies in Consumer Forum. Though the matter is already receiving attention of Supreme Court so wait for the outcome.
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Advocate Luv
Answered on 14th Feb, 2018
A possible remedy may lie in approaching Consumer Forum. Though in view of intervention of Supreme Court in the matter, please await its directions to the builder.
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Advocate Luv
Answered on 14th Feb, 2018
A possible remedy may lie in approaching Consumer Forum. Though in view of intervention of Supreme Court in the matter, please await its directions to the builder.
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Advocate Luv
Answered on 13th Feb, 2018
A remedy lies in conaumer forum. Though the matter is already attention of Supreme Court.
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