Supertech Capetown: Residents perturbed over pending registry of flats

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Supertech Capetown: Residents perturbed over pending registry of flats

They shared that they had written a letter to MLA Pankaj Singh and MP Dr Mahesh Sharma in August

Supertech Capetown: Residents perturbed over pending registry of flats

Noida: Despite persistent efforts, around 1,700 homebuyers of Supertech Capetown, Sector 74, Noida are still to get their registry of flats done. It is stuck and the residents are increasingly getting worried about the ownership of the flats.

They shared that they had written a letter to MLA Pankaj Singh and MP Dr Mahesh Sharma in the month of August. In the letter, they mentioned their problems related to the pending registry. They have been requesting to start a registry of flats.

Arun Sharma, AOA President said, “Around 1,700 flats have a pending registry. The issue is between the authority and the builder but we do not know why the residents are suffering. According to the authority, the builder owes Rs 500 crore. The residents have already paid the full amount.”

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He added, “Families are tensed. After every six months, the builder needs to pay the amount to the authority. In the society, the builder has constructed another tower and sold out the flats without OC/CC and the registry of these new flats is also pending. To guide the new buyers, I request the authority to put up a board that the registry of this society is on hold because the builder has pending dues. This will help new buyers from falling in the trap of the builder.”

Varnit Bisht, a resident of Capetown said, “In the year 2019, my wife and I decided to buy a flat. At that time, we were not aware of the condition of society. We also filed a complaint in the Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP RERA) with the help of AOA of our society.”

He added, “The online hearing was also being held in society, in which the officials asked for justification from the Supertech. We also wrote a complaint on JanSunwai UP but there has been no feedback from that side. We have sent an email to the Noida Authority but we never received any response from the authority side. We have been sending mail to Supertech and from the last three years, they have said that the registry will take two or three years.”

DP Sharma, a resident of the society said, “We don't know what is happening between the builder and the authority. We only want the registry of our flats.”