Thanks to RERA, safeguarding the interests of homebuyers in India has taken an important precedence. To safeguard the interests of customers, real estate environment must be clean and open. As a key pillar of the economy, the real estate sector plays a catalytic role in meeting the needs and demand for housing and infrastructure in the nation.
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The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, which aims to protect the rights and interests of consumers and promote uniformity, was adopted by Parliament because the absence of standards has been a hindrance to the healthy and orderly expansion of industry in recent years.
Business processes and transactions in the real estate market must be uniform and standardised. By placing certain obligations on both parties, the RERA Act aims to strike a balance between the interests of consumers and promoters. It aims to create a fast-track dispute resolution process, transparency of contractual terms, symmetry of information between the promoter and buyer, and basic norms of accountability.
In settling real estate disputes and defending the rights of house buyers, our Professional RERA lawyers are diligent. With the purpose of safeguarding the rights of buyers, we strive to protects consumers’ interests and enables them to protect themselves from unfair business practises or promoter abuse.