Maharashtra Real Estate Appellate Tribunal dismisses the appeal filed by Nirmal Ujwal Credit Co-operative Society for not depositing Six crore penalty amount

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[Real Estate Regulatory Authority Mumbai has imposed penalty of Rs 6 Crore against Nirmal Ujwal Credit Co-operative Society for non-registration of project under Maha-RERA]

Justice Sumant M. Kolhe, Member (J) and S.S. Sandhu, Member (A) at the Maharashtra Real Estate Appellate Tribunal has rejected the appeal filed by the Nirmal Ujwal Co-operative Society Nagpur, for non-compliance of proviso to Section 43(5) of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016. That the learned Tribunal while dismissing the appeal observed that though the sufficient opportunity has already granted, however the appellant has not deposited the amount of penalty.

One Pranali Ravindra Puttewar resident of Nirmal Nagari Nagpur filed the complaint with Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority Mumbai with a prayer for direction to register the Nirmal Nagari project situated at Mauza-Harpur Nagpur under Section 3 of The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016.

The Real Estate Regulatory Authority after hearing the parties and when the appellant claim for non-eligibility of their project has been rejected by honourable High Court, directed the appellant to register their project within 3 weeks and also directed to pay Rs.6 Crore towards penalty.

Since the appellant Nirmal Ujwal Credit Co-operative Society has not complied with the orders of Maha-RERA Authority Mumbai, a WARRANT has been issued for attachment of unsold units of Nirmal Nagari Complex.

Adv Ishwar S. Charlewar , Deepa I. Charlewar appeared on behalf of original complainant Pranali .R. Puttewar.

[Read Order Dated 22 Dec 2020]

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