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Rajasthan Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) has been formed from 1 May 2017 in Rajasthan. Even after that, in many cities of Rajasthan, private developers or private account holders or societies are selling their houses built in plot or multi-storey schemes. The municipal bodies (municipality, UIT or development authority) of those cities also regulate such schemes. The RERA authority has issued a warning letter today after receiving complaints about it, where it has been asked to penalize the bodies for not following the rules.
The RERA authority has been receiving complaints of such cases continuously for some time from many major cities including Jodhpur, Ajmer, Udaipur, Alwar. In view of these complaints, the authority has warned all the state bodies and said that it should not be regulated and that leases should not be given to those who are part of that scheme until any scheme is registered in RERA.
People sell houses like this
Except Jaipur, this is often seen in other cities where private developers or private account holders sell their plan to people only after getting their plan plan approved by the concerned municipal body (municipality, UIT or development authority). While as per the rules, that developer has to get his plan approved by the body and registered with RERA authority. So if any developer cheats with the common man, then RERA authority can take action against him. Apart from this, registration has the advantage that the developer has to hand over the possession of the house or flat and complete all the development work in that colony within the specified time line. For not doing so, the RERA authority imposes a penalty on that developer.
A body cannot grant a lease without RERA registration
If a scheme is not registered with the RERA authority, then the municipal bodies cannot grant leases for houses or flats sold in that scheme. But this is happening in many big cities including Jodhpur, Ajmer, Udaipur, Alwar. There is a provision in the rules that, while approving the scheme of a private developer or private account holder in its area, the body should impose a condition that the houses or flats of this scheme will be sold only when the scheme has been register with RERA. . If there is no registration in RERA, no action will be taken to issue a regular camp or lease on this scheme. But this condition is not written by the bodies and RERA registration is not checked. Without RERA registration, these bodies take steps to give regular camps or leases for such schemes.