The Real Estate (Regulatory and Development) Act, 2016 was enforced on 1st of May 2017, to safeguard the interest of the homebuyers, whereby all the States have to enact their own Real Estate Regulatory Authority before 1st of May 2017, While many states are still running behind the schedule for notifying the RERA Rules, many have notified rules and a regulator have started functioning. Some of these states are Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan
So before moving further in the process of filing the complaint against the builders or the Real estate agents lets us briefly understand what exactly is RERA.
According to RERA, each and every state is supposed to have its own rules and regulation to regulate its Real Estate Sector, under which the primary objective was a fast track grievance redressal forum with a time-bound process known as Real Estate Regulatory Authorities (RERA). Every State has prescribed its procedure for complaints to RERA, their redressal process and time taken.
RERA addresses the grievances like delay in possession, price, quality of construction, title and other changes.
How to file a RERA complaint?
On the basis of our research and experience, there are some issues for which the buyers are approaching the Complaint Redressal forums such as Faulty constructions, Un-necessary Delay in handing over the possession, Vague demands from the builders etc.