IEP Chandigarh, September 28
The real estate regulatory authority (RERA), Gurugram, on Tuesday dismissed a plea demanding revocation of a RERA registration certificate issued to housing project Araville of Supertech Limited by the authority early this year.
The RERA bench led by Chairman, Dr. KK Khandelwal and the three members dismissed complainant’s plea after detailed arguments and scrutiny of documents in the full quorum view.
The authority noted that the complainant failed to produce before the bench the requisite documents to substantiate its own plea despite being given adequate opportunities of hearing since May this year.
The authority issued RERA registration certificate to Araville in 2019 and Supertech has moved a fresh application for renewal of the registration challenged by the complainant.
The authority put on record the final arguments on Tuesday that the complainant’s challange that the title of the land on which the project is proposed is unclear and self explanatory, devoid of supporting documents and the authority has no reason to revoke the registration certificate.
“So the complaint stands dismissed,” said the authority.
Dr. KK Khandelwal said, “We gave enough hearing opportunities to complainant to produce facts of land title dispute on which the project is proposed but the complainant failed repeatedly.”
To decide the title of the land does not fall in the RERA purview noted the authority dismissing the plea.
Supertech is developing a premium housing project Araville on land admeasuring ten acres at Sector 79 on Golf Course extension road near Kherki Daula toll.
Supertech is the developer collaborator in the project and Tirupati build plaza private limited is the licencee in the project.
It was alleged by the complainant that Tirupati build plaza private limited did a forged-mutation of 10 acres land in its favour to obtain licence from the TCP department government of Haryana.
“That for the purpose of obtaining the licence Tirupati forged a sale deed wherein the description of land was changed, so authority (RERA) is requested to revoke the registration certificate,” said the complainant’s plea.
The authority also noted that the complainant’s plea was dismissed by the TCP, revenue department and the civil court already and an inquiry into the allegation also did not corroborate the land title dispute claim of complainant.
The first hearing in the matter took place on May 9 this year and subsequently seven hearing followed.
“As many as eight hearings took place in the authority and all efforts of scrutinising papers all end up in dismissal of the plea since it was self explanatory and it was waste of time,” said Khandelwal.
RERA on Tuesday entertained more than 100 complaints.