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Consumer forum raps builder
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2008-01-12 City : Chennai

The dream of having a shelter occasionally does come with its own drawbacks. For innumerable are the complaints from those who went by promises of the builders, paid the money, waited for completion of an apartment and moved in only to realize their dreams going awry due to defects facing from there.

It was the issue that had come up before the A.P. State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission which delivered a judgement that is sure to make the builders more careful in their services.

Three persons, Abdul Ghani, George Jacob and Abdul Rab, who had bought flats at Humayunnagar, petitioned that not only the builder failed in delivering the flats in promised time but there were other deficiencies such as less area than what they had paid for. Also, case was made on car parking space and supply of water, bore well, generator and sewerage. The judgement was delivered by the Commission comprising its president Justice D. Appa Rao and members M. Shreesha and G. Bhoopathi Reddy wherein the builder was directed to clear all old dues within six weeks and also produce a No Dues Certificate.



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