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NCDRC directs Unitech to pay Rs 4.77cr compensation for delay

Postby webmaster » Mon May 11, 2015 10:19 am

NEW DELHI: Real estate firm Unitech Reliable Projects Pvt Ltd has been directed by the apex consumer commission NCDRC to pay Rs 4.77 crore to seven consumers for "huge delay" in handing over apartments to them noting that the builder tried to make profit at the cost of others.

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission bench presided by Justice J M Malik noted that the apartments booked nine years ago in Greater Noida were yet to be delivered by Unitech Reliable Projects Pvt Ltd and asked it to pay Rs 4,77,58,658 with 18%interest to the seven consumers.

"There is a magic in that little word 'home'. It is a mystic circle and surrounds comforts and virtues, never known beyond its hollowed limits. However, customers are exasperated by senseless delay made by the builder of a colony," the commission said.

"It must be borne in mind that there is a huge delay in handing over possession of the premises in dispute, i.e., about 9 years. The opposite party (builder) has made an attempt to feather its own nest, i.e., to make profits for itself, at the cost of others' expenses. The opposite party has utilised the amount for its own purposes," it said.

The commission also directed the firm to pay Rs 1 lakh each to the complainants for harassment and mental agony.

According to the complainants, in 2006-07, the real-estate firm had advertised for availability of flats in their projects 'Unitech Verve' in Sector Pi-II at Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh which was scheduled to be delivered within 36 months of signing of allotment letter.

The seven complainants said that they had applied for flats, either individually or jointly, and had paid the money demanded by the builder.

However, after the project got delayed, they filed complaint before the commission in October 2012.

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