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THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT, 1975

Postby anuj_bansal » Sun Oct 24, 2010 3:30 pm

http://tcpharyana.gov.in/CIM/HaryanaDev ... ndRegu.htm

Section -Bilateral Agreement by owner of land intending to set up an Group Housing colony.

That adequate educational, health, recreational and cultural amenities to the norms and standards provided in the respective development plan of the area shall be provided by the owner. The owner shall at his own cost construct the primary-cum-nursery school, community buildings/dispensary and first aid centre on the land set apart for this purpose or if so desired by the Government shall transfer to the Government at any time free of cost and thus set apart for primary-cum-nursery school , community centre buildings/dispensary and first aid centre, in which case he Government shall be at liberty to transfer such land to any person or institution including a local authority on such terms and conditions as it may lay down.
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Re: THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT, 1975

Postby dheerajjain » Sun Oct 24, 2010 11:00 pm

Thanks a lot, Anuj for posting this.

What the hell Govt. wants from us or builder?

See what it forces builder to do:

- Pay huge cost for land (which they acquire at very low price from farmers)
- Deposit EDC/IDC amounts (thousands of crores collected but not a single rupee spent)
- To construct EWS flats within complex for FREE (which politicians use for elections)
- To part some land for sector roads for FREE (no sector roads yet !!)
- To construct schools and health care center for FREE (again election tool)
- Levy N number of taxes which sometimes lead to double or even triple taxation

Builder is very smart and it passes all the above costs to buyers.

Apart from above burden, buyer again is forced to:

- Pay a huge amount of registration fees
- Pay house tax and N number of taxes

Are we living in democracy or living in extortionist capitalism?
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Re: THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT, 1975

Postby vkbans » Tue Oct 26, 2010 4:24 pm

Just a thought,
Is not this a very old act? I am sure builder would have share this plan with its customers. If a builder is developing a township then he is responsible for minimum possible ammenities (which includes school, EWS, hospital) to inhabit the socitey.
In my case this info was shared by the builder with me.
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Re: THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT, 1975

Postby sanchay » Tue Oct 26, 2010 4:53 pm

The builder cannot produce an act by the State Govt. as an excuse now. I am very clear with the reason of booking a flat in RPS Savana. It was Green to Concrete ratio. The builder never ever mentioned any such Govt. Act at the time of booking (01-May-2007).

I paid my hard earned money to have that green area. I feel its high time to take the builder to court for deviating from the plan. You cannot do something and write a small asterix stating (CONDITIONS APPLY) and do things according to your wishes.
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Re: THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT, 1975

Postby anuj_bansal » Tue Oct 26, 2010 6:31 pm

I had no idea abouth this master plan even though I had purchased the flat from RPS in 2009. The model in their office was showing this as a green area. The brochure and their site did not mention this even when the master plan was approved way back in 2007.

For the people who booked before 2007, builder has a excuse that the master plan got changed due to govt regulations, but for people who booked later, its surely a fraud case.

RPS has updated their site in early 2010 when a group of people came to know and confronted them.

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Re: THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT, 1975

Postby dheerajjain » Wed Nov 17, 2010 10:01 am

Please find attached law in easy to read, small size, copy and distribute format. Amendments to this law are also mentioned clearly

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Re: THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT, 1975

Postby nefowa » Thu Feb 14, 2013 10:54 am

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A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest”.
English poet, Robert Montgomery, expressed a serene fondness for his home in the 1800’s and this same sentiment is still shared by millions of homeowners and most importantly by the new dreamers for many generations.Our homes are truly “a dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest.” They are a heaven from life’s turmoil and demands, a resting place and our safe harbor. However, for many, the dream of owning a home has been shattered at the hands of so called reputed builders who, happen to be self acclaimed powerful lobby. Most of the times they refuse to listen and care about the concerns of their own buyers; they follow and keep doing what they think right that too with force. In that case, the buyers feel helpless, even scared to take any action against them. therefore, it is made out that they are not there to help fulfill the dreams of the buyers but to help fulfill their own i.e. making immense profits at the cost of anything and everything. So long as their concern does not involve the woes of the buyers, everything appears normal. But the moment the buyers find themselves trapped, a never ending saga of grief and despair starts.

In past times, the projects of Greater Noida West and other NCR regions have turned up to be the above narrated story. Almost all the builders have indulged in grabbing the hard earned money (khoon pasine ki kamai) of thousands of buyers on this or that count.What adds more to the woes of the buyers is the fact that there is no authority which can be approached in such cases. therefore, no one is to listen and understand the genuine problems of the buyers.NEFOWA has been running from pillar to post to help protect he concerns of thousands of buyers of Greater Noida West and has been raising the issues by reporting to Govt. officials, political leaders etc. Everybody so reported, however, has just to console the buyers. No one has to come concrete. there is no Act, no Regulation to curb the frivolous callous attitude of the builders or at least to make them accountable towards the issues and concerns of buyers.

A delegation of NEFOWA met Mr.Ajay Maken,Minister of Housing and Poverty Alleviation, Govt. of India in December 2012 and pressed for its demand of getting the much promised and awaited Regulatory Bill in this regard passed in Parliament in this winter session itself but to no avail despite assurances.
NEFOWA, however, would not fear and sit quite, rather it will fight for the causes of innocent buyers who are always hopeful of an amicable solution having their own concerns involved.

In its continuous fight of rights NEFOWA is organizing a protest "Dharna" at Jantar-Mantar on 24th February (Sunday) from 10 AM. NEFOWA requests all home buyers and those who dream for own home, join this protest with family.

We also request all buyers group of NCR to join this event and give strength to home buyer's voice.
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