NEFOMA requests UP RERA to solve issues related to registry of flats

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NEFOMA requests UP RERA to solve issues related to registry of flats

NEFOMA members met UP RERA Chairman to request for a solution

NEFOMA requests UP RERA to solve issues related to registry of flats

Noida: The members of Noida Estate Flat Owners Main Association (NEFOMA) on Monday met Chairman of Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP RERA) Chairman Rajive Kumar to discuss the issues related to registry of flats at many societies in Greater Noida West.

In the meeting, the members of NEFOMA requested for a solution to the problem. President of NEFOMA Annu Khan said, “There are many residents in Noida, Greater Noida and Greater Noida West who booked their flats around ten years back but they are yet to get registry of their flats. Thousands of flat buyers are waiting for registration.”

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“Thousands of flat buyers are upset because of the pending registry. They are deprived of ownership rights even after giving their lifetime earnings to the builders. We are trying to find a solution to pending registry of flats so that buyers can live comfortably in their homes,” Khan said.

NEFOMA also asked the UP RERA Chairman to devise a rule to recover the flat buyers' money who do not want to go ahead with the booking.

“There are many flat buyers who had booked a flat a long time back but they are yet to get possession. They want their money back from the builder. But the builders are not refunding the money. We requested the RERA to devise a rule so that builders comply with the refund request by the flat buyers,” Khan said.

General Secretary of NEFOMA Rashmi Pandey said, “Nowadays, flat buyers are wandering here and there to recover their money invested in flats. They are in need of money during the coronavirus pandemic. But the builders are making excuses. The recovery of money is very difficult which needs to be addressed.”

UP RERA Chairman Rajive Kumar said, “We will talk to the administration and try our best to solve the problem.”