MahaRERA adjourns cases till March 31 due to corona

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MahaRERA has notified that hearing of all cases shall be adjourned till March 31, 2020. This due to pandemic of Coronavirus.

By Varun Singh

MahaRERA (Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority) has notified that all the hearing of all cases has been adjourned till March 31, 2020.

MahaRERA has cited the reason being pandemic of coronavirus.

The notice issued by the secretary of MahaRERA Dr Vasant Prabhu states, “The hearing of all cases before MahaRERA and adjudicating officers shall be adjourned till March, 31 2020.

The cases which are scheduled from AMrch 16 to March 31 are being rescheduled due to pandemic of Coronavirus, excep the very urgent matters.

For urgent matter a notice has to be given, to the office of the authoritybetween 11 am to 2 pm on any of the working days.

Post the notice given in advance only after satisfaction of urgency will the matter be taken for hearing.

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Meanwhile, the project and agent registration process is completely online, hence the registration process shall not be impacted.

The staff of the housing authority is allowed to work from home till further orders and the notice issues is a precautionary measure in view of COVID-19.

Adv Prakkash Rohiira who practices even in MahaRERA said, “Sufficient preventive material not procured at many courts and government offices. Direction for ideal isolation conditions must be followed. Advocates and advocate staff intent to comply with the same.”

The authority has received 25,269 applications for registration of projects of which it granted registration to 24,861 projects and 5,278 projects have been completed.

While a total of 23,812 real estate agents had applied to MahaRERA for registration and 23,545 have been granted registration.

Till now the authority has received 10,189 complaints against registered projects of which orders have been passed against 7,295 registered projects.

Also Read: RBI Defers Rate Cut to ‘Counter’ Covid-19

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