Friday, February 23rd, 2024

Final notice issued to 1100 flat buyers of Amrapali, know what is the whole matter


New Delhi: The Supreme Court receiver for Amrapali Projects has issued “final” notices to around 1,100 home buyers. These buyers have not yet verified the documents on the basis of which flats were allotted to them and have not taken possession of their units even after verification of documents. Tell that because its promoters were jailed. As a result, the stalled projects of Amrapali Group are being completed by state-backed construction company NBCC under the supervision of the apex court. Officials said the company had already given a list of ready-made flats to the court receiver. Projects where these flats are ready include Centurion Park, Dream Valley 1, Leisure Valley, Platinum, Princely Estate, Sapphire 1 & 2, Silicon City 1 & 2 and Zodiac.

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NOC will be received in this way

As per the rules, the buyers will now have to approach the office of the court receiver, senior advocate R Venkataramani. Here the buyers have to submit documents to prove that there are no dues against them. Once this is done, they will be given NOC to take possession of their flats. However, there are 828 buyers who have not yet submitted their payment related documents. A total of 243 buyers have taken NOC from the court receiver but are yet to take possession of the new flats. Those who have not submitted their documents have now been asked to do so by October 15. Buyers who have obtained NOC have been asked to take possession of their flats by September 20.

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may have to pay a fine

In both the cases, if the buyers either fail to submit the papers or fail to take possession of their flats, a daily penalty of Rs 2,500 will be imposed for the next 30 days. The allotment can also be canceled after the expiry of 30 days. The notice, dated August 23, states that “such canceled units shall be treated as unsold inventory. Thereafter, no claim shall be entertained against such units and the inventory shall be reported to the Supreme Court.”

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