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Builders Offering Possession Of Flats In Noida Without Acquiring Completion Certificate From The Aut

Author: Aashish Palliwal
by Aashish Palliwal
Posted: Sep 29, 2016

NOIDA: The Noida Authority has warned developers of strict action if they give possession of flats to homebuyers without getting the requisite completion certificates for the housing projects in violation of the Noida Building Bylaws 2010 and the UP Apartment Act 2010.

In a notice issued on Wednesday, the Authority's CEO PK Agarwal has also urged homebuyers to check on details of residential projects in Noida, that have been granted completion certificates in recent months, on its website, before taking possession of a residential unit from the developer.

"If possession is taken over by them (homebuyers) from builders who do not possess the mandatory completion certificates for their housing projects in Noida then it would be at their very own risk as well as the Authority would not be held responsible for this," the notice says.Authority said to have received reports that some developers are handing over residential units without obtaining completion and occupancy certificates.

"Undertakings can also be being taken from the homebuyers from the builders, and after that they may be getting into the half-finished buildings. This can be a violation from the building bylaws and the UP Apartment Act, which can invite strict action up against the builder concerned," he explained. The CEO added, "Getting approvals is the builder’s responsibility. It might end up being safety hazard to life and property. if a group housing project does not have the prerequisite approvals necessary for a completion residents and certificate are staying in the units"

Those homebuyers who have already moved within their "dream homes" with no required certificates, Agarwal stated that "a committee has already been in place to conduct concurrent audits of such housing projects in Noida".

"To resolve this matter, we are laying down timelines for the builders to finish all pending works as well as to provide basic amenities, where homebuyers are already residing. But no leniency is going to be shown in new cases so we will require action," he added.Welcoming the move, Amit Modi, vice president, CREDAI (western UP), said "these certificates are mandatory to get homes registered. In lack of these certificates, one cannot legally possess a house."

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