My builder has given the possession of flat after 2 years of delay. What compensation I can claim under rera. Builder has been charging 18% for any delay of payment from my side.....plz provide your guidance
Property is located at new panvel
Posted on 10th Sep, 2018
Answered on 10th Sep, 2018
This is my response to you:
1. File a complaint under RERA if the project is RERA registered;
2. If not then send a legal notice;
3. Then file a consume complaint in the consumer forum;
4. Consult a local lawyer and let him/verify your documents etc.
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