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Developers fined for by passing MahRERA norms

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
By Raju Vernekar

The Mumbai Grahak Panchayat (MGP) has demanded action against developers from Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Mumbai Metropolitan Region, on charges of violating MahRERA norms while advertising upcoming housing projects.  Based on the complaint of MGP, the MahRERA has already imposed  a fine of Rs 2 lakh on the defaulting developers like Good Time Lashkaria, Riki Roni, Ashar Realtors, Puranik, Sandip Landge and Kabra Associates.

In addition Kabra Associates have been asked to pay an additional Rs 12 lakh for reserving the rights to make changes in housing projects any time. MGP, led by its President Advocate Shirish Deshpande, has also submitted another list of developers to MahRERA Chairman Gautam Chattterjee, pointing out that they have not been giving MahRERA website address in their advertisements, thus keeping home buyers in the dark. MGP has compiled this data of defaulting developers after going through newspaper advertisements as well as advertisements displayed by developers at property exhibitions.

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