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Which information can RERA seek from developers and builders?

Shivendra Pratap Singh

Advocate (Lucknow)

Online advising since Oct. 2014

Property | RERA

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The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) requires developers and builders to disclose certain information about their projects to the state-level regulatory authority and to the buyers. Here are some of the key information that RERA seeks from developers and builders:

  1. Project details: Developers are required to provide information about the project, such as the location, the total area of the land, the number of units, and the type of units.
  2. Approved plans: Developers are required to provide a copy of the approved plans and layout plans of the project, including the structural plans, electrical and plumbing plans, and fire safety plans.
  3. Completion status: Developers are required to provide information about the completion status of the project, including the percentage of completion and the expected date of completion.
  4. Carpet area: Developers are required to disclose the carpet area of the units, which is the area enclosed within the walls of the unit.
  5. Common area: Developers are required to disclose the common areas of the project, such as the amenities, facilities, and infrastructure.
  6. Schedule of completion: Developers are required to provide a schedule of completion of the project, including the expected date of completion.
  7. Escrow account: Developers are required to disclose the details of the escrow account, including the bank where the account is maintained, the account number, and the balance.
  8. Occupancy certificate: Developers are required to disclose whether the project has obtained an Occupancy Certificate from the local municipal corporation or development
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