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The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, which came into force on May 1, 2017, will bring an estimated 83,000 registered builders in India under its purview. It will ensure that the interests of home buyers are protected. The Act empowers homebuyers to exit a project at any stage and get back their money. But what net amount will a buyer get if he gives up a project?
On the issue of how the law will empower buyers, JLL Chairman Anuj Puri says: “Buyers will get a more transparent property search, sourcing and purchase experience with the legislation being followed in letter and spirit.” He adds that transparent pricing, a swifter redressal mechanism and greater accountability of developers and brokers will help create a consumer-friendly environment.
Under the Act, a developer is required to refund or pay compensation to allottees with an interest rate of State Bank of India’s highest marginal cost of lending rate plus two per cent, within 45 days of it becoming due. Interest rates are expected to range around 11-12 percent.
“The allottee shall have the right to cancel/withdraw his allotment in the project as provided in the Act, provided that where the allottee proposes to cancel/withdraw from the project without any fault of the promoter, the promoter herein is entitled to forfeit the booking amount paid for the allotment. The balance amount of money paid by the allottee shall be returned by the promoter to the allottee within 45 days of such cancellation,” says the rule.
The rule says that the Builder-Buyer Agreement has to be registered for which a certain amount of Stamp Duty has to be paid. This was a practice in some states such as Maharashtra, but not a common practice across the country. “Under RERA, a buyer has to pay the registration cost right away, which was earlier being paid at the time of possession.
To register the Agreement to Sale, the Stamp Duty has to be paid at the local sub-registrar office. For instance, Uttar Pradesh charges 2% Stamp Duty while Haryana levies a 1.5% charge. “This means if a person buys a flat for Rs 60 lakh, he ends up paying Rs 1.2 lakh as Stamp Duty (2%) at the time of the Agreement to Sale.
Source: ET Realty
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Dear Sir, Two years back i did booking of a flat in Irenia Project , Wavecity Centre , Noida. And as per agreement i paid 40% at the time of booking and balance 20% will be at 37th floor completion and balance 40% will be at the time of possession. Now my concern is as per the agreed terms the possession shall be in Dec 17 but since last one year approx construction work stopped at site , so according to RERA how my interest will protect. Kindly advise.