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    Navi Mumbai: Court rejects pre-arrest bail plea of six in property case

    The complainant in this case is Balvantrai Thakkar (71) and the applicant partners of the construction firm Raj Homes-SV Developers are Suresh Virji Thakkar, Shankar Virji Thakkar, Shantilal Virji Thakkar, Giris Gangji Shah, Kantibai Gangji Shah and Yogesh Natwarlal Thakkar.
    • PTI
    • April 29, 2021, 18:31 IST

    THANE: A court at Panvel in Maharashtra's Raigad district has rejected the pre-arrest bail plea of six partners of a Navi Mumbai-based construction firm in a case of cheating related to a property.

    Kharghar police in Navi Mumbai had recently registered an FIR against the six accused under various sections of the IPC, including cheating, and also under the Maharashtra Ownership Flats (Regulation of the promotion of construction, sale, management and transfer) Act.

    Additional Sessions Judge N B Lavte, in his order passed recently, said the applicants do not deserve bail at this stage.

    In their bail plea, the applicants said that the FIR against them was filed based on the complaint lodged by the complainant to pressure them into selling the disputed flat at cheaper rate by using police machinery.

    They also submitted that they had not agreed to sale the flat to the complainant at Rs 45,75,000 and the sale price of the property as per the agreement signed between them was Rs 92,00,000.

    They alleged that the complainant cooked up a story, claiming that the agreed sale price of the flat was Rs 45,75,000.

    The complainant in this case is Balvantrai Thakkar (71) and the applicant partners of the construction firm Raj Homes-SV Developers are Suresh Virji Thakkar, Shankar Virji Thakkar, Shantilal Virji Thakkar, Giris Gangji Shah, Kantibai Gangji Shah and Yogesh Natwarlal Thakkar.

    In the order, the court observed that the applicants had criminal antecedents and a similar offence was registered against them earlier.

    "Considering the gravity of the offence and the criminal antecedents of applicants and the likelihood of their interference in the investigation, the applicants cannot be granted anticipatory bail," the court said.












    SV Developers: Navi Mumbai: Court rejects pre-arrest bail plea of six in property case, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate (indiatimes.com)

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      SCDRC orders Navi Mumbai builder to pay Rs 25 lakh to buyer for 10-year delay

      Sanjay and Gulabodevi Singh moved Maharashtra State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission in 2017 against Ishaadit Enterprises. The Singh’s had booked the eighth-floor flat at Airoli.
      MUMBAI: Over a decade after a family from Airoli booked a 350-sq-feet flat in Navi Mumbai but failed to get possession, the state consumer commission recently directed the builder to hand over possession along with total compensation of around Rs 25 lakh.

      The family had paid Rs 22 lakh for the flat by 2012 besides Rs 8,000 as society formation and electricity charges. The compensation includes 12% interest on the amount paid and another Rs 2 lakh for mental pain and agony.

      “The complainants could not get possession of the flat from the opponent. They required to knock the doors because of act and inaction of the opponent [builder], hence, it is clear that they have suffered mental agony. Hence, the complainants are entitled for some compensation,” the commission said.

      Sanjay and Gulabodevi Singh moved Maharashtra State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission in 2017 against Ishaadit Enterprises. The Singh’s had booked the eighth-floor flat at Airoli. In the complaint, they submitted that although they had paid the amount, the builder failed to complete construction work, execute the agreement and hand over possession of the flat. They said communications and notices through advocates were exchanged but it was fruitless. They sought the flat and compensation.

      Along with their complaint, the Singhs submitted copies of the brochure, cost sheet, payment receipts, bank statement, advocate’s notice and communication between the parties.

      After admission of the consumer’s complaint, a notice was issued to the builder by publishing it in a newspaper. However, no one appeared for the builder. In October, 2017, the court passed an order and said that the complaint should proceed ex-parte.

      The state commission found that possession was to be handed over in 2011. “Considering the submissions, it has become clear that opponent [builder] has not completed construction work and handed over possession of the flat in dispute to complainants which amounts to deficiency in service and unfair trade practice adopted by the opponents,” it said.

      The commission said that with the Singhs’ submitting that they were willing to pay the balance, they were entitled to get vacant, peaceful and legal possession of the flat along with occupation certificate after completion of construction work.











      SCDRC orders Navi Mumbai builder to pay Rs 25 lakh to buyer for 10-year delay, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate (indiatimes.com)
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