Posts tagged with RERA

Critical aspect of builder-buyer agreement
Dec 2019 , by in Interviews

Sandeep Shah, Partner, N.A Shah Associates LLP threw light on critical aspects of builder-buyer agreement and the often neglected terms and conditions  What are the critical aspects of  builder-buyer agreement? Critical aspect of builder-buyer agreement will depend on whether the project is ... Read more...

India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code
Nov 2019 , by in News/Views

The enactment of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, (IBC) along with Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) ushered in a new era of tighter regulation for the Indian real estate sector. Both these legislatures have strengthened the hand of homebuyers, giving them multiple f... Read more...

NOT JUST A LENDER BORROWER RELATIONSHIP
Sep 2019 , by in Interviews

K. G. Krishnamurthy, Managing Director & CEO, HDFC Property Ventures Limited talking to Sapna Srivastava, stated that real estate is no longer an investment opportunity and HFCs made a mistake by going aggressive The reason for the current financial mess in real estate? Historically , prior ... Read more...

DELHI NCR REAL ESTATE’S SIGNS OF REVIVAL
Jul 2019 , by in Property Talk

If the number of launches is any indication, the residential real estate of Delhi-NCR is showing the much-awaited signs of recovery. TEXT: SREYASI MAITY The current growth in the residential market across the country has been credited to the confidencebuilding measures undertaken by the governme... Read more...

THE STAGE IS SET: BUDGET IMPACT
Jul 2019 , by in Interviews

A noted businessman and media personality once said that, ‘A budget consists of telling your money where to go, instead of wondering where it went!’ And to that end, this government seems to have had the right idea. BY VISMAY P. SHROFF, PARIMAL K. SHROFF & CO. ADVOCATES, SOLICITORS & ... Read more...

Real Estate & Insolvency Law
Mar 2019 , by in FEATURES, Latest News

Most builder-buyer agreements provide for penalty in case of delays but not termination. The addition of homebuyers as financial creditors has created a peculiar situation which is against the scheme of the IBC.                                                      ... Read more...

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