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Whether flat owners can put injunction on my under construction residential building

I am a builder of a residential complex, completed all construction works of two blocks,obtained CC of the two blocks, handed over possession of all flats in those two blocks,but did not handover common amneties to owners society due to a huge demand of corpus fund to them. Can the owners society put injunction on my third incomplete underconstructed block?
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Posted on 1st Sep, 2018
Advocate Gowaal
Answered on 10th Sep, 2018
This is my response to you: 1. The flat owners cannot do that; 2. This will again depend on the case filed by the flat owners; 3. Also the reply that you did file; 4. If the project is different and the conveyance is different then you have to state the same in court.
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