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How much will it cost to get legal advice for filing a case in consumer court for no compensation for delay in newly constructed flat handover ?

As per the contract the handover date was June 2017. They then moved it to February 2018. They have still not handed over the flat, due to issues and finishing not done, however many others in the apartment has already moved in . They have further delayed it and are not even responding to mails.
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Posted on 13-Sep-18
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Advocate Puthige R
Answered on 22-Jan-19
Based on your property
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Advocate Jasneet
Answered on 11-Dec-18
If there is a delay on the part of the builder in handing over possession, you have an option to either seek full refund with interest or still seek possession (under court orders) with interest and compensation. But first, you would be required to send the builder a legal notice regarding the delay in handing over of the flat. Also, it is advisable to click latest pictures in support of your case before the Court to show non-completion of construction work. However, one has to be very sure of any hidden loopholes in the Agreement, such as any extension or grace period granted to the builder in the agreement.
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Advocate Ruchika
Answered on 29-Oct-18
you can fight your own case before consumer court. there are as such no filing procedure before consumer court.
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Advocate Tamanna
Answered on 12-Oct-18
Average layer will take about 1000-1500 for an hour .
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Advocate VARUN
Answered on 08-Oct-18
You can very well file a consumer complaint.The correct forum to file the consumer complaint must be decided as per the actual cost of the flat irrespective of the fact that how much you have paid for the booking of the flat. The pecuniary jurisdiction of the consumer courts are for District Forum: upto Rs 20 Lacs, State Commission: Rs 20 Lacs to Rs 1 Crore, NCDRC: above Rs 1 Crore.
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Advocate HARSH
Answered on 24-Sep-18
The legal advice will cost you around Rs. 15-20000 depending upon your case. Prima Facie you deserve the compensation if the promise is not fulfilled at the right time by the builder hoping that you haven't made any promise in return or you haven't allowed them to extend the time or you haven't paid the consideration at right time etc.
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Advocate vedant
Answered on 17-Sep-18
the fess for legal advisory depends from lawyer to lawyer we have to anaylize whether your building falls under RERA or consumer court accordingly we shall take course of action
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Advocate Ruchika
Answered on 14-Sep-18
yes, you can file a compliant before Consumer Forum. Further, please refer to our buyer agreement or flat agreement which was signed at the time of allotment. Most agreement contain a clause that compensation may be paid for the delay caused
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