Noida: A day after the arrest of three accused over running a shopping racket, residents of Supertech Ecociti, a high rise in sector 137, Noida, demanded from the developer of the society that he should ensure that a tri-party agreement should be executed before allowing tenants to move in.
On Thursday, they put forth the idea of entering into a tri-party agreement for making all stakeholders, (house owner and builder) responsible for residents’ safety and security.
One of the residents said, “Currently, the tenant and house owner enter into a rental agreement, which is not sufficient for the safety and security of residents. As the house owner stays away from the rented flat, he does not know what the tenant is doing from their property.”
“To tackle this kind of issue, a tri-party agreement should be executed among the tenant, property owner and the developer, who is looking after the society. If it is done, the tenant would have some fear that the builder is also a party in the agreement, who is keeping a watch on activities taking place in the society,” he suggested.
Besides this, they also demanded police verification of tenants, so that entry of tenants having criminal records can be avoided in the society.
The city police on Tuesday arrested three people, who were residing at a rented flat in Ecociti residential society. According to police, the suspects were running an online shopping racket by making false bookings and were collecting payment in advance from customers from across Delhi-NCR. But they were not delivering the products to the consumers.