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Old January 12 2011, 07:11 PM   #1
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Hi,

As per normal terms -

10% on booking
10% within 60 days
10% within 90 days...so on..

My question is... should we make payment on receipt of demand letter only or on as per own following the schedule...

Say, if demand letter does not come on or before 90th day..should we proactively make payment or wait for demand letter.

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Many Developers do not stick to the timeline of demanding payments, as per schedule & some deliberately delay sending Demand letters, so as to claim interest on delayed payment .

So, it is a Catch 22 situation .

So, join in forums like this & project specific groups on the web, where u will keep on getting updated information .
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So, to avoid any interest penalties...we should make the payment in time as per schedule even though there is no demand letter from the builder.

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No, that would be entirely wrong, unless u have hordes of money stacked & it is rotting .
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Old January 13 2011, 09:08 AM   #5
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So, to avoid any interest penalties...we should make the payment in time as per schedule even though there is no demand letter from the builder.

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We should not pay anything without demand letter but we should follow with builder as sometimes courier / post are missing...
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Old January 13 2011, 09:13 AM   #6
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Thanks Tinesha...

I understood your point here now !
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Old January 13 2011, 09:13 AM   #7
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my suggestion pay the time bound installments( first 2/3) as per schedule ( builder usually delay demand for these and still charge interest) and balance as tinisha suggsted on demand by builder....

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As tinesha said, keeping in touch with the builder will help .
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