News & Media 6th May 2024

Aggrieved home buyer: Should you file a case in RERA or civil court, which works better for you?

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Heena Chheda Partner | Mumbai

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Regardless of whether you have purchased a flat, bungalow, or a house, you have the right to file a case if you have any grievances where you feel that the RERA Act may have been violated. The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) Act was enacted for this very purpose — to solve home buyers’ grievances and promote a healthy real estate market in India. It is important to consider that in some situations, taking legal action through civil court may be the best course of action or the only option available.

Neelanjit Das from ET Wealth writes on this issue in a article, “Aggrieved home buyer: Should you file a case in RERA or civil court, which works better for you?” with expert comments from Economic Laws Practice (ELP)’s Partner, Heena Chheda.

For her detailed insights, tune into the story here