MahaRERA forum resolves total twelve customer-builder disputes
MahaRERA authority aims to regulate the real estate sector and early resolution of disputes by forming Conciliation Forum for entire Maharashtra Region.
Pune: Association of Promoters and Developers, Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India - Pune Metro (CREDAI), said that MahaRERA’s Conciliation Forum established under the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act, 2016, has successfully resolved all 12 cases amicably favouring the interest of home buyers.
MahaRERA authority aims to regulate the real estate sector and early resolution of disputes by forming Conciliation Forum for entire Maharashtra Region. The forum is established under section 32(g) of RERA wherein disputes between home buyer, allotter or customers and developers registered with MahaRERA have been resolved easily.
This resolution avoids legal and other expenses and engagement of lawyer and costs customers only Rs 1,000. Further, it ensures early relief to customers by one-on-one interaction with the conciliators. Shrikant Paranjape, President, CREDAI - Pune Metro said, “This achievement is a positive step towards speedy resolution of disputes which we believe will continue to create confidence amongst home buyers.”
The conciliators appointed by MahaRERA for Pune City are Tanuja Rahane, Kalpita Ranade, Shirish Mulekar, Sanjeev Kulkarni, Keshav Barve from Mumbai Grahak Panchayat, Pune Division and Rohit Gera, Anil Pharande, Manish Jain, Amar Manjrekar, IP Inamdar are appointed from CREDAI- Pune Metro.