Rajasthan high court Order –

After considering raising national issues of buildings and flats and knowing the delayed fraudulent policies of the builders as well as local bodies, the Rajasthan High Court restricted the builders to get the authority or registration before entertaining the completion certificate while discharging the petition of Chirnjilal Pilania against Dev Developers (Sikar) under the single bench.

After coming through the facts of the case and non-compliance of the order of the high court by the municipal council, the high court observed that the building was constructed illegally and the wrong  intention are conveying widely among general people. The court further stated that it is not only corruption and inefficiency of local bodies but also downright voluminous work and neighbourhood numbness are the root reasons behind illegal constructions.

The complete scenario created a thought among the general public as well as builders that rules and regulations pertaining to real estate are the term of violation with impunity.  After all facts of the case and observing general mentality, the high court issued two major directions to government and hardens the rules of registration by imposing some legal restrictions and compliance of which is mandatory in nature.

Hence, Rajasthan High court instructed to state government for taking all necessary steps that can break illegal or corrupted intent nexus between building developers and corresponding regulatory bodies. A further order issued to direct registering authorities for not registering any sale of flats or building without taking completion certificate from the builder across the state.

Flats can be registered now only after getting completion certificate

In consequence, now the entire builders’ community as well as the individual builder is bound by the decision of the high court and cannot register the building or flats before getting the “Completion Certificate” from the respective authorities if they want to sell their flats.

Author: Rajpal Fogawat

An IT Professional and Political Swaraj Enthusiast. Desperately want to see better India. Currently stays in Panaji.