10 Things you need to know about Real Estate Regulatory Bill

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Cabinet has given green single to real estate regulatory bill. This bill was first introduced in 2013 in UPA government. Introduction of this bill means great relief to real estate investor; this bill will protect them against frauds and fake promises of developers. It will also ensure timely execution of projects. This bill covers commercial as well as residential projects. Let’s take a look at broader look at real estate regulatory bill and its benefits to investors.

10 Things you need to know about Real Estate Regulatory Bill

Amended real estate regulatory bill says that:-

  • It is mandatory to register real estate projects, plots, apartment or building, with real estate regulatory authority.
  • Builder or developer need to publish mandatory information like project layout plan, land status, plan approval status, contractor, architect , structure engineer detail etc.
  • Builder need to adhere to project plan and facility mentioned. In case of any default customer can claim refund.
  • 50% of customer money should be deposited in separate account by builder within 15 days from date of receipt. This money should be used for construction purpose only.
  • Builder or developer cannot change plan or specification without consent of two third alottees. Minor addition or alteration is permissible.
  • Provision is made in bill that real estate agent who is intended to sale property need to register themselves with authority.
  • Real estate agent need to maintain book of account, records and documents. They should not be involved in any unfair trade practice.
  • Customer has right to obtain possession as per promoter declaration. Incase if promoter default customer has right to get refund with interest and compensation.
  • Fast track dispute settlement mechanism through centralized authority district judge.
  • Heavy penalty including de-registration of project in case of bill is not followed by builder/promoter.

Real estate regulatory bill is indeed very good step taken by government. This bill will surely make real estate sector organized and transparent.

You can go through press release about Real Estate Regulatory Bill from here.

Do share your views on real estate regulatory bill. Do you think this bill will help investors.

Article by Raviraj

Raviraj is the man behind moneyexcel.com. He is graduate in finance, engaged in blogging since 7 years. Moneyexcel blog is ranked as one of the Top 10 Personal Finance Blog in India. He is not affiliated with any financial product, service provider, agent or broker. The purpose of this blog is to spread financial awareness and help people in achieving excellence for money. Please note that the views expressed on this Blog/Comments are clarifications meant for reference and guidance of the readers to explore further on the topics. These should not be construed as investment advice or legal opinion.

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  1. Krishna says:

    How government can enforce real estate agents? Will government sent notice to each every real estate shop in every alternative roads? Real estate agents would prefer everything in black!

    • Dear Krishna,

      Draft says that real estate agent need to register themselves with authority.Government will not send any notice to agent, but customer needs to take care that they are dealing with register agent, else customer will not able to file case in case of dispute.

  2. Krishna says:

    What is the definition of “Minor addition or alteration is permissible” in bill? Because builders can do some changes and quote its a minor changes.

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