I had booked the one flat in Mathura in the year 2010 and even made the payments timely. Since then onwards, i had been visiting builder office as well as construction site and pursuing progress of allotted flat. After several visits, in December 2018, it is learnt to know that flat will be ready with in 40 days beyond the registry date. Now, registry of aforesaid said flat got done in the first week of February 2019 and still flat is not completely ready , lots of work was done from my side in the flat. Still flat is not completed. now on 7th june i started to reside.
I want to know that how could I get late possession fee or any amount, as after 8 year they provide me flat.
issue legal notice to builder asking of late incomplete delivery ask expenses for the same with cost and later fike consumer case against builder fast
1) Drag the builder to District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum and allege compensation for deficiency in service and compensation for the mental agony and the cost of litigation.
2) Send a legal notice to them before instituting a complain before the said forum.
3) You appear to be very naive person . How could you go for sale deed when the project is not over .
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With respect to your query, the legal opinion is as under:-
(1) You can file Civil suit or can mover Consumer Court for claiming damages as the builder has delayed the delivery of possession and has not given you the flat in livable condition.
(2) However you should collect evidence to prove the fact of poor construction and shortcomings in the construction as well as the proof of expenditure incurred by you in carrying out the repair.
(3) If possession is not delivered within stipulated period mention in the allotment letter, the customer is entitled to get interest on his deposits.
(4) So you have a remedy suggested herebefore.
You have to claim the compensation for late possession from the builder and in case he denies to pay the compensation as per the agreement then you can move your complaint to the consumer forum or rera which ever you find suitable for you . Please press the like button if you like the answer advocate Vimlesh Mishra High Court Lucknow