The central government has asked the Haryana state government to revise the draft rules of the Real Estate (Regulation & development) Act and notify as soon as possible.
The centre has alleged that the draft RERA rules of Haryana are not in the lines of the parent Act and warned the state for a legal challenge.
As per the sources Mr. Rao Inderjit Singh, Minister of state housing has written a letter to Mr. Manohar Lal Khattar, the chief minister of Haryana showcased his concerns over the diluted RERA rules that have kept most of the projects out of the radar of the Act. He also stated that the current draft rule of the state will not help the home buyers of the on-going projects.
In his letter, Mr. Rao also stated that any subordination of the rules that will work against the interest of the buyers will be challenged by the central government in the court. He also asked the state not to give their own definition to terms such as flats, on-going project and carpet area and the CM to notify new RERA rules and set up the appellate tribunal for the fair implementation of the Act in the state.
The Haryana RERA rules do not include projects which have applied for the occupancy certificate or part completion certificate. The projects which have received the completion certificate or part completion certificate and the occupancy certificate are also excluded from the law’s ambit.
The Central Real Estate (Regulation & development) Act, 2016 mandates all the developers to register their projects for which they have not received the completion certificate on or before 1st May 2016.