RERA Delhi – Fee and documents required for Registration of a real estate projects

RERA Delhi – Fee and documents required for Registration of a real estate projects

By Apna RERA

The Ministry of Urban Development notified the RERA rules for the ‘National Capital Territory of Delhi Real Estate (Regulation and Development) , RERA Delhi on 24th Nov 2016 to protect buyer’s interest, enhance professionalism and infuse transparency in the real estate sector. As per the basic rules of the Act, all real estate developers are required to register their project and real estate agents are required to register themselves with the RERA authority.

Process for registering a Real estate project with the RERA

A real estate developer can register his project by filling up the Application for registration of project (Form A) along with Self-assisted affidavit (Form B). Soon the government will introduce an online mode of filling up the RERA registration forms for real estate project.

Click here to download RERA Delhi project Registration Form (Form A) in English

Click here to download RERA Delhi project Registration Form (प्रारूप क) in Hindi

Click here to download Self-assisted affidavit (Form B) in English

Click here to download Self-assisted affidavit (प्रारूप ख) in Hindi

Project Registration fee for RERA Delhi

To conduct the real estate business, a developer shall pay a registration fee while applying for registration of his project with the RERA authority. He/she can pay the registration fee using a demand draft, a cheque or through online payment mode when available.

In case of group of housing project

  • Rs. 5 per square meter - If the area of land for the proposed project does not exceed 1000 square meters
  • Rs. 10 per square meter (capped up to Rs. 5 lakhs)- If the area of land for the proposed project exceeds 1000 square meters

In case of mixed projects

  • Rs. 10 per square meter - If the area of land for the proposed project does not exceed 1000 square meters
  • Rs. 15 per square meter (capped to Rs. 7 lakhs)- If the area of land for the proposed project exceeds 1000 square meters

In case of commercial projects

  • Rs. 20 per square meter - If the area of land for the proposed project does not exceed 1000 square meters
  • Rs. 25 per square meter (capped to Rs. 10 lakhs)- If the area of land for the proposed project exceeds 1000 square meters

In case of plotted projects

  • Rs. 5 per square meter, but is capped to Rs. 2 Lacs

Documents Required to Register Real Estate Projects under RERA Delhi

  • Particulars of the Registration including the bye-laws, memorandum of association, articles of association etc. in the Promoter Details section
  • Passport size Photograph of Promoter(s) in the Promoters Details section, in case of firm/ company photos of all the members, director, chairman need to be attached in particulars section
  • Authentic copy of Aadhaar Card/ PAN Card of the Promoter(s) in the Promoter Details section, in case of firm/ company Aadhaar Card/ PAN Card of all the members, director, chairman need to be attached in particulars section
  • Authenticated copy of PAN Card of the firm/ company etc. when Type of applicant is Firm/ Company etc
  • Audited Profit & Loss Account, Balance Sheet, Auditors Report and Income Tax Returns of the promoter for 3 preceding financial years
  • Authenticated copy of the legal title deed and other relevant documents reflecting the title / legal rights of the promoter to the land on which the project is proposed to be developed; or non-encumbrance certificate from a revenue authority not below the rank of Tehsildar
  • Details of encumbrances on the land on which development is proposed including any rights, title, interest or name of any party in or over such land along with its details
  • If Promoter is not the owner of the land on which development is proposed details of the consent of the owner of the land along with a copy of the collaboration agreement, development agreement, joint development agreement or any other agreement, as the case may be, entered into between the promoter and such owner and copies of title and other documents reflecting the title of such owner to the land on which the project is proposed to be developed
  • An authenticated copy of the approvals & commencement certificate from the competent authority obtained in accordance with the laws as applicable for the Real Estate Project mentioned in the application. If the Project is proposed to be developed in phases, an authenticated copy of the approval & commencement certificate from the competent authority for each of the phases
  • Sanctioned Plan, Layout Plan & specifications of the proposed project or the phase & the whole project as approved by competent authority
  • The plan of development works to be executed in the proposed project & the proposed facilities to be provided including fire-fighting facilities, drinking water facilities, emergency evacuation services, use of renewable energy
  • Location details of the project, with clear demarcation of land dedicated for the project along with its boundaries including the latitude & longitude of end-points of the project
  • Pro forma of the allotment letter, agreement for sale and the conveyance deed proposed to be signed with the allottees
  • The number, type & carpet area of the apartments for sale in the project along with the area of the exclusive balcony or veranda areas & the exclusive open terrace areas apartment with the apartment (if any)
  • Number & areas of garage for sale in the project
  • Number of open parking areas available in the said Real Estate Projects
  • Names & addresses of the Real Estate Agents (if any), for the proposed projects
  • Names & addresses of contractors, architect, structural engineer (if any) & other persons concerned with the development of proposed project
  • Declaration in “Form B – Declaration, supported by an Affidavit, which will be signed by the Promoter or any person authorized by the Promoter” to be submitted by the Promoter that they will not discriminate against any allottees on the grounds of caste or creed or community or any other grounds at the time of allotment of any apartment, plot or building

Validity of registration

The project registration shall be till the completion of the project as declared by the developer during the time of registration of the project with the authority and may be extended as per the progress of the project.

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