Ansal Oris face RERA

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Real Estate Regulatory Authority (HRera) served show cause notices to two developers — Orris Land and Housing and Ansal Properties and Infrastructures — for not registering their ongoing projects Woodview in Sector 89-90 and Esencia in Sector 67 respectively.

the real estate watchdog has also warned them that they would be fined Rs 75 crore and Rs 106 crore respectively for not getting projects registered with the regulatory authority.

According to HRera, it asked Orris and co-developers to explain in person as to why a penalty of Rs 75 crore each should not be imposed on them for not registering its project Woodview, a residential plotted on 101 acres in Gurgaon, with it.

The director of town and country planning department had granted licence to Orris Land and Housing and 24 others in 2013 for setting up a residential plotted colony. Orris is the developer of the project in terms of licence, but had illegally bifurcated the licensed land even before it got the DTCP’s permission.

The authority observed that the promoters have not obtained completion/part completion certificate for the project till date. As the project is under way, they should have been registered their projects with the authority within three months from the enactment of Rera Act, 2016.

However, the promoters have failed to comply with these requirements and are liable for a punishment under Section 59(1) of the Act Ibid. Therefore, the authority is constrained to serve a show cause notice to the promoter, directing him to comply with the mandatory provisions of the Act of 2016 and make application for registration along with all required documents. Further, the promoter has also been directed to appear before the authority on January 20 and explain as to why a penalty of Rs 75 crore should not be imposed on it, failing which the authority may initiate appropriate legal proceedings.

In other case, HRera served a show case notice to Ansal Properties and asked it to explain in person on January 27 as to why a penalty of 106 crore should not be imposed on it for not registering its Sector 67 project Esencia.

In other case, HRera served a show case notice to Ansal Properties and asked it to explain in person on January 27 as to why a penalty of 106 crore should not be imposed on it for not registering its Sector 67 project Esencia. In other case, HRera served a show case notice to Ansal Properties and asked it to explain in person on January 27 as to why a penalty of 106 crore should not be imposed on it for not registering its Sector 67 project Esencia.

The representative of Ansal API didn’t even respond to the queries on the show cause notice. The Haryana Real Estate Authority was established in 2017. The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 is an Act of the Parliament of India which seeks to protect homebuyers and help boost investments in the real estate industry.

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