Hi all, Do anybody have any information about Spire central project. It seems they have not yet started the allottment. When they are going to start the construction??
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  • To,
    The Commissioner of Police, Gurgaon

    Complaint: Optima Realtors Pvt. Ltd.

    Accused:
    1. M/s. K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd, Through its Managing Director,
    R/o 517-A, Narain Manzil, 23 Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi–110 001 Phone Number: 01140515600, 01140714000.
    Shop No. 21-22, Vipul Agora, MG Road Gurgaon, Haryana.
    2. Sunil Gandhi, Director M/s K N Infracon P Ltd. R/o G275, Sarita Vihar New Delhi, 110076
    3. Amit Goel, Director M/s K N Infracon P Ltd., R/o C-101, Stellar Park, C-58/24, Sector 62, Noida, 201301, UP
    4. Kashi Nath Shukla Director M/s K N Infracon P Ltd., C-35, Sector 30, Noida, UP
    5. Narinder Singh Malik, Director M/s K N Infracon P Ltd., B-186, Sector 52, Noida UP
    6. Praveen Kumar Shukla, Director M/s K N Infracon P Ltd., Jungle Dumari, No. 1, Budh Bazar, Gulhariya, Gorakhpur, Pin Code 273306, UP
    7. Anand Singh Director M/s K N Infracon P Ltd., T7/A, Railway Colony, Pipiganj, Gorakhpur, Pin Code 273165, UPM/s Experion Developers Pvt. Ltd. through its directors, having its office at F-9, FF Manish Plaza 1, Plot No. 7, MLU, Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi
    8. Mr. Ashish Bhalla Director Spire World, 5D Plaza M6, District Centre, Jasola, New Delhi 110025.

    COMPLAINT U/S 120B/34/405/406/415/417/418/420 IPC & HUDA ACT
    Sir,
    The complainant most humbly submits as under:
    1. That on or about the starting of the year 2010, the accused persons launched a new project titled “Spire Central 106” in Sector 106, Gurgaon (Haryana) herein after referred to as the project, for developing multi-storeyed residential complex consisting of high end apartments with car parking spaces, recreational facilities, landscaped gardens and other utilities and invited the public to invest in the said project namely. It was represented that the Spire world in association with M/s Gold Developers Pvt Ltd. (Now known as Experion Developers Pvt Ltd.) and M/s K N Infracon Pvt. Ltd. are the promoters of the project, The accused persons represented that the project is situated just 10 minutes drive to the Indira Gandhi International Airport and close to Delhi, with direct access from the Dwarka Express Highway to the city, strategically located in the emerging Suburban Business District and located in a thriving neighborhood with schools and hospitals nearby. The accused persons had widely advertised and represented sometime in the month of January 2010 and thereafter continued to advertise several times that it is the first time in India that such project with flexihomes concept was introduced which will be in the nature of 100% customizable apartments. The advertisement represented that it is a unique concept in housing apartments that are customized to one’s lifestyle and desires, with choices that match one’s needs and meet one’s budgets and at locations that are best suited. It represented that with Spire Flexihomes one will get to decide every detail of the house, from the size of the apartment to its layout, from the number of rooms to their orientation and even the material for walls, the partitions or the flooring, the fixtures/fittings. The advertisement also represented that every single detail of the apartment can be as per one’s decision. The accused persons issued fancy and attractive brochure, which outlined the various choices and flexibility options which could be exercised by potential applicants. And the accused persons Specifically represented that the flats are going to be delivered for possession by the end of 36 months from the date of the launch, a copy of the brochure for the Flexi Payment Plan which states the effective date from 1st February 2010, is attached herewith this claim.
    2. The accused persons boasted that it is their endeavor to meet the expectations of the customers. The accused persons further claims that its projects are inspired by the dreams of the consumers and driven by its commitment to deliver the finest quality and set new benchmarks in the industry. The complainant being lured and deceived by such representations and tall claims of the opposite party, booked an apartment in the project titled “Spire Central 106”. That the accused persons further assured the complainant that it has all the valid requisites including but not limited to the License, Sanction of building Plans etc. but infact the accused persons on the date of the said booking did not have, however it is submitted that the accused persons was granted the License No. 102 dated 30.11.10.
    3. That the complainant acting on the assurances of the accused persons and tall claims made booking for a flat in Group Housing Project with Flexihome concept namely ‘Spire Central’ at Sector 106, Gurgaon, Haryana launched by the accused persons (herein after referred to as the “said Project”) and at the time of booking made a payment of Rs. 2,00,000/- vide cheque details of which are given hereinafter, at the rate of booked a flat of 1288 Sq. Ft. for the total sale consideration as agreed and thereafter he was asked by the accused persons and the representatives of the accused persons to wait until they would be given an application form alongwith the terms and conditions of the application/booking.
    4. That the accused persons thereafter provided the complainant with an application form, and the complainant believing the assurances of the accused persons to be true and credible signed on the application form and handed over the same to the accused persons of the customer care team. That further the complainant was assured of the delivery of the project.
    5. That in clause 20 of the said application form, the accused persons has postulated unilaterally that in case of abandonment of the project or if the developer is unable to deliver the possession of the said flat to the applicant, the developer’s liability shall be limited to the refund of monies paid by the complainant, for the said flat, alongwith simple interest thereon calculated 9 % per annum and the developer company shall not be liable for any other compensation/damages which shows the criminal nature of the accused persons from the beginning and their intentions to cheat and to commit fraud upon the complainant.
    6. That the construction linked flexi payment plan which was a part of the brochure as under:
    Sr. No. Stages Payable Other Charges
    1. With Application Rs. 2,00,000 NIL
    2. Within 30 Days of Application 10% BSP – Rs. 2,00,000/- Nil
    3. Within 60 Days/on Allotment (Whichever is earlier) 10% of BSP NIL
    4. Within 120 Days/On Agreement(Whichever is earlier) Minimum 10% upto 80% of BSP NIL
    5. At Foundation/Raft Level 7% NIL
    6. On Casting of Plinth Beam 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    7. On Casting of First Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    8. On Casting of Fifth Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    9. On Casting of Seventh Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    10. On Casting of Top Floor Roof 7% 50% of Car Parking
    11. On Completion of Internal Plaster 7% 50% of Car Parking
    12. On Completion of Internal Flooring 7% NIL
    13. On Completion of External Plaster 7% PLC as Applicable
    14. On Offer of Possession 7% IFMS+Club Membership+Stamp Duty+ Any Other

    That further it is submitted that the same schedule of construction linked flexi payment plan states that these installments shall become payable on demand irrespective of the serial order in which they are listed.
    It is submitted that a bare perusal of the present payment schedule goes to show the criminal intentions of the accused persons as the accused was not liable to even put a brick until more than 30% of the payment has been received by the accused persons. It is submitted that the accused had intentions to cheat the complainant since the beginning and they kept on deceiving the complainant out of their hard earned money.
    7. That after the signing of the application form, the accused persons as per the terms of the schedule of payment the accused persons duly collected the installments by making demands from the complainants, and the complainant duly paid the same details of which are as under:
    S. NO. DATE OF DEMAND DETAILS OF PAYMENTS DATE OF RECEIPT
    1. Booking Amount Rs.2,00,000/- vide cheque no. 797195 dated 12.06.2010 30.06.2010
    2. Second
    Amount Rs.1,07,188/- vide cheque no. 420330 dated 20.07.2010 18.08.2010
    3. Third
    Amount Rs.2,760/- vide cheque no. 811608 dated 25.08.2010 26.08.2010

    Total Amount Rs.3,09,948/-
    That thereafter no further demands we made by the accused persons to the complainant.
    8. That the complainant duly paid the above said amounts on demands being made by the developer promptly and without any delay, the developer kept on assuring the complainant of the flat, and kept on raising demands which the complainant duly complied with at all instances.
    9. That thereafter the accused persons failed to raise further demands, and the complainant waited upto December 2010, and thereafter the complainant tried to contact the developer several times, and its representative Mr. Gaurav Bhatt, whose number is 9899808607, and at the land line of their Gurgaon office 0124-4853500 where several persons kept on answering and tried to ask as to the status of the project, but however the developer and the Customer representatives of the developer continued to mislead and misguide the complainant and kept on assuring that they are going to start construction, and shall only thereafter raise further demands for further installments.
    10. The accused persons had deliberately remained silent on the status of the project and kept the complainant including many at bay with respect to the developments. That it is submitted that it was the accused persons bounden duty to keep the complainant informed of the developments of the project, and the status of the project time to time. That it is submitted that the complainant has entrusted the faith and his money in the accused persons but however the accused persons since the beginning have always had the intentions to cheat and to commit fraud upon the complainant. However the complainant having full trust in the accused persons and its ability to complete the project and hand over the same to the complainant continued to be ready and willing to perform and pay according to the payment plan as agreed, but however the accused persons never raised further demands which the accused persons had undertook to do so. That thereafter the complainant continued to contact the accused persons and its representatives through the point of contact provided by the accused persons, at regular intervals but however the accused persons continuously failed to respond and answer the queries of the complainant, and kept making excuses from time to time.
    11. That further it is submitted that complainant further tried to contact the senior management of the accused persons several times during 2011 and 2012 but however they always remained unreachable, and untraceable, but the representatives kept the complainant on tenter hooks, and kept on gaining more and more time. That it is submitted that the representatives of the accused persons kept on assuring the complainant that the project would start within one month, sometimes used to say it would start in 2 months, and kept the complainant in dark on the developments of the project.
    12. That however to the shock and surprise of the complainant, the accused persons issued an alleged letter dated 09.11.2012, purportedly informing that the said land in the said Project has become sub-judice before the Court of Civil Judge, Senior Division at Amritsar, Punjab as it has become a subject matter of Civil Suit No. 2233 of 2012 (currently Suit No. 447/2012) instituted by M/s Experion Developers Private Limited (Formerly ‘Gold Developers Pvt. Ltd’) on 14.02.2012 for recovery of Rs. 2,21,67,08,598/- against various persons and entities including one of the promoters of the accused persons and the accused persons company itself. It was disclosed that the Ld. Civil Judge, Amritsar has granted an injunction in respect of the said Project land at Sector 106, Gurgaon vide its order dated 01.09.2012 during pendency of the suit. That it was further stated by the accused persons that the said suit instituted by M/s Experion, was on the basis of an arrangement between the accused persons and the associates of the accused persons. That it is further submitted that the accused persons have always played hide and seek, and always kept the complainant in the dark with respect to the same, even at the time of informing the complainant of the said suit, the accused persons did not disclose the clear dispute with Experion, and merely mentioned that there was an arrangement for the purchase of land.
    That further it is most pertinent to mention here that the in the said letter, the accused persons has boasted that they are a reputed brand in real estate and a truthfully customer friendly brand, they had assured the complainant of their support with full effort. That further the accused persons has written to the complainant to call upon the complainant for support in helping the accused persons to take up the matter with the concerned authorities and seek remedy so as to protect the joint interests of the parties herein and in seeing the project move forward. Further alleging that keeping customer interests as of paramount consideration the accused persons offered to refund the amounts paid by the complainant alongwith simple interest at the rate of 9% per annum to all the complainants desirous of cancelling their application. And further assured the complainant of their unstinted efforts at seeking a resolution of the above matter irrespective of the time it takes.
    It is submitted that vide the above dated letter the accused persons for the first time appraised the complainant of the current facts related to the said project however even then did not state as to why the complainant did not start the construction even after more than 2 years it was supposed to do so. That it is most pertinent to mention here that the offer so made by the accused persons was never acceptable to the complainant and therefore the complainant never made any claim with respect to the said offer of the accused persons, and the complainant was not even interested in getting his money back after waiting for so long for its dream home instead the complainant was always willing to stand by the accused persons and to wait and to cooperate fully with the accused persons. It is submitted that the complainant has invested his hard earned money on the representations of the accused persons for a flat and not to gain the interest on the money, and the same is not acceptable from the accused persons.
    13. That it is submitted that the accused persons have now developed ulterior motives, and now with the manifold increase in the rates with utter greed and is now trying to wriggle out of the legally binding contract between the complainant and the accused persons. That further it is submitted that the complainants have waited for more than 2 years, where as not even a single brick has been laid at the site of the project, whereas the accused persons was supposed to deliver the said project within a period of 36 months, from the date of the application, however the intention of the accused persons since the beginning was malafide and the accused persons only wanted to take advantage of the rising prices and after duping the complainants of their hard earned money and the benefits arising out of the said flat and want to use the same for his own greed.
    14. Thereafter the complainant received yet another letter dated 27.11.2012 from the accused persons stating that the DGTCP, Chandigarh, Haryana has ordered cancellation/ revocation of their License No.102 of 2010. The accused persons informed that they have no alternative but to abandon the said Project as required under Section 8 of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and Rules made thereunder which confers legal obligation that upon cancellation of the license, no further work shall be undertaken or carried out by the colonizer until the license is renewed.
    It is submitted that the makers of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act, were vigilant enough to protect the rights of the customers, who may be duped by the Developers such as the accused persons, and have drafted the act in keeping with the utmost principles of natural justice, and the same is only a reprimanding in nature to the developer, the said section clearly shows that the rights of the customers such as the complainant are of utmost importance and are to be respected even in case any developer fails to deliver the promises made to the customers. That it is submitted that the said section 8 of the said act only provides for the situation when the license can be cancelled, and does not anywhere speaks about abandoning the project, that it is submitted that section 8 further postulates that in such an even of cancellation of license, the DGTCP shall take over the said project and shall complete the said project and deliver to the customers. It is submitted that the accused persons here also have duped the complainant and have clearly mis-represented the facts to suit his explanations and the same further shows the malafide intentions.
    Further more the framers of the act as stated above were also vigilant to the extent to give the developers another opportunity to rectify the cancellation of the license, and under section 19 of the above said act was postulated to give an opportunity of an appeal to any person aggrieved by the order of any officer appointed under the Act such as the DGTCP, within 30 days of the communication of the said order before the Secretary to the Government of Haryana, Town & Country Planning Department.
    That however it is most respectfully submitted that here again the accused persons with an intention to commit fraud and cheating upon the complainants mis-represented to the complainants that the said License has been cancelled on account of Experion, however a copy of the letter dated 19.11.12 for revocation of the License issued by the DGTCP to the accused persons states that as the accused persons have sold the units before obtaining the License, and as the Accused Persons have not disclosed to the DGTCP with respect to the Agreement with Spire World, and has without approval entered into an agreement with Spire World, and has neither supplied any information with respect to the same.
    That further this letter states that the Accused Persons also did not inform with respect to the Development Agreement dated 24.01.2009 with GDPL and therefore their License No. 102 of 2010 was cancelled.
    15. It is submitted that the accused persons very well knew of the said provision of appeal in the act referred to by the accused persons itself, and knowing fully well, the accused persons wrote the above said letter, stating that the accused persons is not left with any other alternative other than to abandon the project, as required under section 8 of the above said act, which only states on when the cancellation would be done, and when section 8 & 19 of the act are harmonious and gives the developers chance of appeal before the Secretary, Govt. of Haryana, TCP Department.
    It is most pertinent to mention here that the accused persons intention here again is only to dupe the complainant of the benefits and the house promised by the accused persons to the complainant more than two years ago, furthermore it is submitted that the accused persons have always been playing the tricks and is trying to hide behind his wrongdoings and is now trying to wriggle out of the binding contract by playing these tricks on the poor complainants, who deceived by the promises have paid substantial amounts, remained ready and willing to perform their part of the contract to pay whenever demanded, but the accused persons failed to perform his part of the contract of starting the construction, and completing the project and delivering/offering possession to the complainant within 36 months of the date of the application.
    16. That the accused persons did not just stop at that, further more the accused persons illegally, unilaterally and arbitrarily and without the consent of the complainant refunded the amounts forwarded by the complainant under the said contract alongwith 9% interest, without the complainant accepting any offer of the accused persons in any way whatsoever without caring for the rights of the complainant who has booked a flat in the project of the accused persons, and without performing his duties to protect the property from duress, and without taking any steps to cure the defects, and without taking the steps available to the accused persons under the law and without taking care of the property and all documents of title and permissions thereto which are in his possession and which he is liable to keep from failing as an owner of ordinary prudence would do, and to pay all such dues attributed by any such authority in respect to the said property despite the complainant respecting his duties of paying whenever demanded as per the terms of payment agreed upon by the complainant and the accused persons.
    The details of the refund are as under:
    Sr. No. Details /Amount Details of Remittance Dated
    1. Rs. 3,71,482/- Demand draft no. 786748 27.11.12
    17. That the accused persons has illegally, arbitrarily and unilaterally invoked clause 20 of the application form, which in itself is an arbitrary clause and decided to abandon the said project. That furthermore the accused persons also cancelled the booking of the complainant and refunded the amounts forwarded by the complainant to the accused persons, which is not acceptable to the complainant. It is submitted that the accused persons has developed an ulterior motive and has now become greedy and is trying to wriggle out of the commitment made by the accused persons to the complainant as the rates of the said place have now gone higher and the accused persons has now decided to launch the said project with higher rates. It is pertinent to mention here that the accused persons before issuing the letter dated 27.11.12 did not exhaust all the legal remedies available to the accused persons being fully aware of the same and as a company the accused persons was dutibound to do so, and the same was only a pretext to wriggle out of the binding agreement.
    That further it is submitted that cancellation of the license by the DGTCP was not permanent in nature until and unless the accused persons had exhausted all his remedies available under the law, as is apparent from the information already available that the accused persons had filed an appeal and the same has also been allowed before the end of 2 months from the date of cancellation. Therefore the project cannot be said to be abandoned on this pretext as the reason for abandonment has ceased to exist within a short period of time, and further the accused persons has not exhausted all legal remedies available in law before declaring the project as abandoned which was the bounden duty of the accused persons. That it is most pertinent to mention here that the accused persons cannot be allowed to take undue advantage of the temporary intervening impossibility which was due to his own faults and failures, and which has ceased to exist in such a short period of time.
    18. It is pertinent to mention here that the complainant had after receiving the above said letter had called the office of the accused persons to protest, however all efforts to contact the accused persons of the representatives of the accused persons went in vain and the accused persons remained unavailable and incommunicado.
    19. That complainant after receiving the said letter dated and the money in its account protested with the accused persons against the same, and sought clarifications and the accused persons failed to respond to any queries of the complainant and continued that it is beyond their control whereas the accused persons fully knew of the remedies available under the law, and failed to protect the rights of the complainants intentionally just to gain from the wrongdoings of the accused persons. It is submitted that the complainant since the beginning of the present dispute have protested against the cancellation and return of the money, and the same was never acceptable to the complainant at any time.
    20. That the complainant filed an RTI application seeking the information with respect to the fact that whether the License no. 102 of the accused persons has indeed been cancelled, however it was found that the same is correct, but however it was further found out that the accused persons has exercising the rights under the Act have filed an appeal no. 101 of 2012, before the Principal Secretary, Govt. of Haryana, Town & Country Planning Department, Haryana Chandigarh, on 17.12.2012, and the same has been allowed vide order dated 11.01.2013 subject to the conditions of the License to be fulfilled by the accused persons which the accused persons is bound to. Further while enquiring from the office of the DGTCP, Chandigarh with respect to the dues of the accused persons, it was found out that they are not paying the dues to the department as per the terms and conditions of the License since the grant of the license. That further the intention of the accused persons is also clear from the fact that now the Hon’ble DGTCP has renewed the license No. 102 of 2010 in favour of the accused persons with a condition that all the bookings would be restored with immediate effect vide the order dated 08.06.2013, and the accused persons have till today not renewed the bookings and are committing cheating and fraud upon the complainants continuously and general public at large.
    It is submitted that the same clearly makes it amply clear that the accused persons had all the intentions to dupe the complainant of the flat as promised since the beginning, however as per the information available the ground on which the accused persons has decided to abandon the said project was temporary and a creation of the accused persons himself and has ceased to exist within 45 days from the date of communication to the complainant.
    21. That it has further come to the knowledge of the complainants that the accused persons have allotted flats with credit notes worth Approximately 35 Lacs each to many of the other booking holders of the accused persons in the said project of Sector 106 of the accused persons. Some of the Documents are attached herewith. This act of the accused is also an act of fraud upon the complainants as well as the public at large.
    22. That it is most humbly submitted that the cancellation made by the accused persons was never acceptable to the complainant and the complainant never had the intention to ask for a refund as he had invested into the dreams shown by the accused persons of a house and therefore the refund amount made to the complainant is illegal and the has been protected by the complainant.
    23. That the accused persons have since the beginning had the intentions of cheating, criminal breach of trust and committing fraud upon the complainant/s with a common intentions, therefore an FIR may kindly be registered against the accused persons they may kindly be arrested and tried and punished according to law.

    Thanking You,

    Yours truly,

    (Complainant)
    Optima Realtors Pvt. Ltd.,
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  • To,

    1. Sh. B. S. Hooda, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Haryana,
    4th Floor, Haryana Civil Sectt., Chandigarh
    Also at Kothi No. 1, Sector 3, Chandigarh

    2. Rao Dan Singh, Hon’ble Minister for Town & Country Planning
    Room No. 26, 8th Floor, Haryana Civil Sectt. Chandigarh

    3. Sh. S.S. Dhillon, Principal Secretary, Govt. of Haryana
    Sector 17, Chandigarh

    4. Sh. Anurag Rastogi, Director General Town & Country Planning
    Sector 17, Chandigarh,

    5. The Principal Secretary, Town & Country Planning Department, Sector 17, Chandigarh

    6. The District Town Planner, Gurgaon
    Sector 14, Gurgaon

    SUBJECT: Representation with respect to the Fraudulent Acts of M/s K N Infracon P Ltd. who holds license No. 102 of 2010 for the project titled Spire Central 106, in Sector 106, Gurgaon.

    Sir,
    The applicant most humbly submits as under:
    1. That the applicant is a customer who has booked a flat in the project of the developer titled as Spire Central 106, Sector 106, Gurgaon.
    2. That all the booking holders are aggrieved by the acts and conduct of K N Infracon, as the builder has firstly taken huge sums of money from the customers, and thereafter took further 3 installments, and then did not start construction for more than 2 years 6 months, that thereafter the developer had terminated and cancelled the bookings, of all the booking holders, after his license was revocated, but however now in the light of the order of the Hon’ble Principal Secretary, Town & Country Planning, Haryana dated 11.01.2013 in the appeal No. 101 of 2012 and the Order passed by the Ld. Director General Town & Country Planning, Haryana dated 08.06..2013, the license has been reinstated, and the bookings of the customers have been ordered to be revived.
    3. That K N Infracon P Ltd. is the owner in possession of the land admeasuring 11.796 Acres, situated in the revenue estate of Village Babupur, Tehsil & Distt. Gurgaon, as per the details of the License No. 102 of 2010.
    4. That on or about the starting of the year 2010, K N Infracon P Ltd. launched a new project titled “Spire Central 106” in Sector 106, Gurgaon (Haryana) herein after referred to as the project, for developing multi-storeyed residential complex consisting of high end apartments with car parking spaces, recreational facilities, landscaped gardens and other utilities and invited the public to invest in the said project namely. K N Infracon P Ltd. represented that the project is situated just 10 minutes drive to the Indira Gandhi International Airport and close to Delhi, with direct access from the Dwarka Express Highway to the city, strategically located in the emerging Suburban Business District and located in a thriving neighborhood with schools and hospitals nearby. K N Infracon P Ltd. had widely advertised and represented sometime in the month of January 2010 and thereafter continued to advertise several times that it is the first time in India that such project with flexihomes concept was introduced which will be in the nature of 100% customizable apartments. The advertisement represented that it is a unique concept in housing apartments that are customized to one’s lifestyle and desires, with choices that match one’s needs and meet one’s budgets and at locations that are best suited. It represented that with Spire Flexihomes one will get to decide every detail of the house, from the size of the apartment to its layout, from the number of rooms to their orientation and even the material for walls, the partitions or the flooring, the fixtures/fittings. The advertisement also represented that every single detail of the apartment can be as per one’s decision. K N Infracon P Ltd. issued fancy and attractive brochure, which outlined the various choices and flexibility options which could be exercised by potential applicants. And K N Infracon P Ltd. specifically represented that the flats are going to be delivered for possession by the end of 36 months from the date of the launch, a copy of the brochure for the Flexi Payment Plan which states the effective date from 1st February 2010, is attached herewith this claim. Further the said brochure for the Flexi Payment plan also contained the price list, the schedule of payments and the specification sheet for the project.
    5. K N Infracon P Ltd. boasted that it is their endeavor to meet the expectations of the customers. K N Infracon P Ltd. further claims that its projects are inspired by the dreams of the consumers and driven by its commitment to deliver the finest quality and set new benchmarks in the industry. The applicant being lured by such representations and tall claims of the opposite party, decided to book an apartment in the project titled “Spire Central 106”. That K N Infracon P Ltd. further assured the applicant that it has all the valid requisites including but not limited to the License, Sanction of building Plans etc. but infact K N Infracon P Ltd. on the date of the said booking did not have, however it is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. was granted the License No. 102 dated 30.11.10, on the above said land which was Valid until 2014.
    6. That the applicant acting on the assurances of K N Infracon P Ltd. and tall claims made bookings for a flats in Group Housing Project with Flexihome concept namely ‘Spire Central’ at Sector 106, Gurgaon, Haryana launched by K N Infracon P Ltd. (herein after referred to as the “said Project”) and at the time of booking made substantial payments thereafter the applicant were asked by K N Infracon P Ltd. and the representatives of K N Infracon P Ltd. to wait until they would be given an application form alongwith the terms and conditions of the application/booking(Details of each individual customer is attached herewith)
    7. That the construction linked flexi payment plan which was a part of the brochure has been duly accepted by the applicant which is as under:
    Sr. No. Stages Payable Other Charges
    1. With Application Rs. 2,00,000 NIL
    2. Within 30 Days of Application 10% BSP – Rs. 2,00,000/- Nil
    3. Within 60 Days/on Allotment (Whichever is earlier) 10% of BSP NIL
    4. Within 120 Days/On Agreement(Whichever is earlier) Minimum 10% upto 80% of BSP NIL
    5. At Foundation/Raft Level 7% NIL
    6. On Casting of Plinth Beam 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    7. On Casting of First Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    8. On Casting of Fifth Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    9. On Casting of Seventh Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    10. On Casting of Top Floor Roof 7% 50% of Car Parking
    11. On Completion of Internal Plaster 7% 50% of Car Parking
    12. On Completion of Internal Flooring 7% NIL
    13. On Completion of External Plaster 7% PLC as Applicable
    14. On Offer of Possession 7% IFMS+Club The applicanthip+Stamp Duty+ Any Other

    That further it is submitted that the same schedule of construction linked flexi payment plan states that these installments shall become payable on demand irrespective of the serial order in which they are listed. It is submitted that the applicant agreed to the said payment plan and duly abided by it from the beginning, and continues to remain ready and willing to abide by the same till today.
    8. That after the signing of the application form, K N Infracon P Ltd. as per the terms of the schedule of payment K N Infracon P Ltd. duly collected upto 3 installments by making demands from the applicant.
    That thereafter no further demands we made by K N Infracon P Ltd. to the the applicant after the aforesaid 3 demands.
    That we paid accordingly as under:
    S. NO. DATE OF DEMAND DETAILS OF PAYMENTS DATE OF RECEIPT
    1. Booking Amount Rs.2,00,000/- vide cheque no. 797195 dated 12.06.2010 30.06.2010
    2. Second
    Amount Rs.1,07,188/- vide cheque no. 420330 dated 20.07.2010 18.08.2010
    3. Third
    Amount Rs.2,760/- vide cheque no. 811608 dated 25.08.2010 26.08.2010

    Total Amount Rs.3,09,948/-

    That the applicant duly paid the above said amounts on demands being made by the developer promptly and without any delay, the developer kept on assuring the applicant of the flat, and kept on raising demands which the applicant duly complied with at all instances.
    9. That thereafter K N Infracon P Ltd. failed to raise further demands, and the applicant waited upto December 2010, and thereafter the applicant tried to contact the developer several times, and its representative Mr. Gaurav Bhatt, and at the land line of their Gurgaon office 0124-4853500 where several persons kept on answering and tried to ask as to the status of the project, but however the developer and the Customer representatives of the developer continued to mislead and misguide the applicant and kept on assuring that they are going to start construction, and shall only thereafter raise further demands for further installments. That it is pertinent to mention here that the applicant was always willing to perform his part of the contract even according to the arbitrary terms and conditions of the application form and continued to believe in the assurances of K N Infracon P Ltd. and always paid the installments on time without ever having committed a delay.
    10. That thereafter K N Infracon P Ltd. never raised any further demand for payment of installment from the applicant in respect of the flat. That in fact according to the payment plan for the said project, the second demand only became due towards K N Infracon P Ltd. after K N Infracon P Ltd. has allotted the flat or on 60 days of the allotment, however despite receiving the installments K N Infracon P Ltd. never allotted the flat to the applicant but however the applicant continued to pay to the applicant as per the demands raised. K N Infracon P Ltd. had deliberately remained silent on the status of the project and kept the applicant including many at bay with respect to the developments. That it is submitted that it was K N Infracon P Ltd. s bounden duty to keep the applicant informed of the developments of the project, and the status of the project time to time. However the applicant having full trust in K N Infracon P Ltd. and its ability to complete the project and hand over the same to the applicant continued to be ready and willing to perform and pay according to the payment plan as agreed, but however K N Infracon P Ltd. never raised further demands which K N Infracon P Ltd. had undertook to do so. That thereafter the applicant continued to contact K N Infracon P Ltd. and its representatives through the point of contact provided by K N Infracon P Ltd. , at regular intervals but however K N Infracon P Ltd. continuously failed to respond and answer the queries of the applicant, and kept making excuses from time to time.
    11. That further it is submitted that The applicant further tried to contact the senior management of K N Infracon P Ltd. several times during 2011 and 2012 but however they always remained unreachable, and untraceable, but the representatives kept the applicant on tenter hooks, and kept on gaining more and more time. That it is submitted that the representatives of K N Infracon P Ltd. kept on assuring the applicant that the project would start within one month, sometimes used to say it would start in 2 months, and kept the applicant in dark on the developments of the project.
    12. That however to the shock and surprise of the applicant, K N Infracon P Ltd. issued an alleged letter dated 09.11.2012, purportedly informing that the said land in the said Project has become sub-judice before the Court of Civil Judge, Senior Division at Amritsar, Punjab as it has become a subject matter of Civil Suit No. 2233 of 2012 (currently Suit No. 447/2012) instituted by M/s Experion Developers Private Limited (Formerly ‘Gold Developers Pvt. Ltd’) on 14.02.2012 for recovery of Rs. 2,21,67,08,598/- against various persons and entities including one of the promoters of K N Infracon P Ltd. and K N Infracon P Ltd. company itself. It was disclosed that the Ld. Civil Judge, Amritsar has granted an injunction in respect of the said Project land at Sector 106, Gurgaon vide its order dated 01.09.2012 during pendency of the suit. That it was further stated by K N Infracon P Ltd. that the said suit instituted by M/s Experion, was on the basis of an arrangement between K N Infracon P Ltd. and the associates of K N Infracon P Ltd. . That it is further submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. have always played hide and seek, and always kept the applicant in the dark with respect to the same, even at the time of informing the applicant of the said suit, K N Infracon P Ltd. did not disclose the clear dispute with Experion, and merely mentioned that there was an arrangement for the purchase of land.
    That further it is most pertinent to mention here that the in the said letter, K N Infracon P Ltd. has boasted that they are a reputed brand in real estate and a truthfully customer friendly brand, they had assured the applicant of their support with full effort. That further K N Infracon P Ltd. has written to the applicant to call upon the applicant for support in helping K N Infracon P Ltd. to take up the matter with the concerned authorities and seek remedy so as to protect the joint interests of the parties herein and in seeing the project move forward. Further alleging that keeping customer interests as of paramount consideration K N Infracon P Ltd. offered to refund the amounts paid by the applicant alongwith simple interest at the rate of 9% per annum to all the applicants desirous of cancelling their application. And further assured the applicant of their unstinted efforts at seeking a resolution of the above matter irrespective of the time it takes.
    It is submitted that vide the above dated letter K N Infracon P Ltd. for the first time appraised the applicant of the current facts related to the said project however even then did not state as to why the applicant did not start the construction even after more than 2 years it was supposed to do so. That it is most pertinent to mention here that the offer so made by K N Infracon P Ltd. was never acceptable to the applicant and therefore the applicant never made any claim with respect to the said offer of K N Infracon P. Ltd. , and the applicant was not even interested in getting his money back after waiting for so long for its dream home instead the applicant was always willing to stand by K N Infracon P Ltd. and to wait and to cooperate fully with K N Infracon P Ltd. . It is submitted that the applicant has invested his hard earned money on the representations of K N Infracon P Ltd. for a flat and not to gain the interest on the money, and the same is not acceptable from K N Infracon P Ltd.
    13. That it is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. have now developed ulterior motives, and now with the manifold increase in the rates with utter greed and is now trying to wriggle out of the legally binding contract between the applicant and K N Infracon P Ltd. That further it is submitted that the applicant have waited for more than 2 years, where as not even a single brick has been laid at the site of the project, whereas K N Infracon P Ltd. was supposed to deliver the said project within a period of 36 months, from the date of the application, however the intention of K N Infracon P Ltd. since the beginning was malafide and K N Infracon P Ltd. only wanted to take advantage of the rising prices and after duping the applicants of their hard earned money and the benefits arising out of the said flat and want to use the same for his own greed.
    14. That K N Infracon P Ltd. has issued the letter dated 09.11.2012 with a design to deprive the applicant of his rights which arose from the application and after monies were received and acknowledged by K N Infracon P Ltd. and to withdraw from the commitment under the agreement. K N Infracon P Ltd. is liable and duty bound to complete the said Project as agreed under the agreement between the parties and K N Infracon P Ltd. cannot take the excuse of some litigation and wriggle out of its obligations to complete the said Project thereby causing wrongful loss to the applicant and many others. It is pertinent to mention here that the applicant has always been willing and has always performed his part of the contract by paying on time whenever a demand is raised, in fact K N Infracon P Ltd. has also failed to issue demand letters to the applicant in absence of which the applicant does not have any knowledge of the status of the said project. All efforts of the applicant to find the progress of the said Project were in vain as K N Infracon P Ltd. kept totally unapproachable and incommunicado with the applicant.
    15. That the applicant tried to approach K N Infracon P Ltd. to get clarification on the issue relating to the court case in Amritsar after receiving the letter dated 09.11.12 as mentioned in its letter dated 9.11.2012 but K N Infracon P Ltd. remained tight lipped and did not inform any further to the applicant. Thereafter the applicant received yet another letter dated 27.11.2012 from K N Infracon P Ltd. stating that the DGTCP, Chandigarh, Haryana has ordered cancellation/ revocation of their License No.102 of 2010. K N Infracon P Ltd. informed that they have no alternative but to abandon the said Project as required under Section 8 of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and Rules made thereunder which confers legal obligation that upon cancellation of the license, no further work shall be undertaken or carried out by the colonizer until the license is renewed.
    It is submitted that the makers of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act, were vigilant enough to protect the rights of the customers, who may be duped by the Developers such as K N Infracon P Ltd. , and have drafted the act in keeping with the utmost principles of natural justice, and the same is only a reprimanding in nature to the developer, the said section clearly shows that the rights of the customers such as the applicant are of utmost importance and are to be respected even in case any developer fails to deliver the promises made to the customers. That it is submitted that the said section 8 of the said act only provides for the situation when the license can be cancelled, and does not anywhere speaks about abandoning the project, that it is submitted that section 8 further postulates that in such an even of cancellation of license, the DGTCP shall take over the said project and shall complete the said project and deliver to the customers. It is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. here also have mis-represented the facts to suit his explanations and the same further shows the malafide intentions.
    Further more the framers of the act as stated above were also vigilant to the extent to give the developers another opportunity to rectify the cancellation of the license, and under section 19 of the above said act was postulated to give an opportunity of an appeal to any person aggrieved by the order of any officer appointed under the Act such as the DGTCP, within 30 days of the communication of the said order before the Secretary to the Government of Haryana, Town & Country Planning Department.
    16. It is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. very well knew of the said provision of appeal in the act referred to by K N Infracon P Ltd. itself, and knowing fully well, K N Infracon P Ltd. wrote the above said letter, stating that K N Infracon P Ltd. is not left with any other alternative other than to abandon the project, as required under section 8 of the above said act, which only states on when the cancellation would be done, and when section 8 & 19 of the act are harmonious and gives the developers chance of appeal before the Secretary, Govt. of Haryana, TCP Department.
    It is most pertinent to mention here that K N Infracon P Ltd. s intention here again is only to dupe the applicant of the benefits and the house promised by K N Infracon P Ltd. to the applicant more than two years ago, furthermore it is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. have always been playing the tricks and is trying to hide behind his wrongdoings and is now trying to wriggle out of the binding contract by playing these tricks on the poor The applicants, who deceived by the promises have paid substantial amounts, remained ready and willing to perform their part of the contract to pay whenever demanded, but K N Infracon P Ltd. failed to perform his part of the contract of starting the construction, and completing the project and delivering/offering possession to the applicant within 36 months of the date of the application.
    17. That K N Infracon P Ltd. did not just stop at that, further more K N Infracon P Ltd. illegally, unilaterally and arbitrarily and without the consent of the applicant refunded the amounts forwarded by the applicant under the said contract alongwith 9% interest, without the applicant accepting any offer of K N Infracon P Ltd. in any way whatsoever without caring for the rights of the applicant who has booked a flat in the project of K N Infracon P Ltd. , and without performing his duties to protect the property from duress, and without taking any steps to cure the defects, and without taking the steps available to K N Infracon P Ltd. under the law and without taking care of the property and all documents of title and permissions thereto which are in his possession and which he is liable to keep from failing as an owner of ordinary prudence would do, and to pay all such dues attributed by any such authority in respect to the said property despite the applicant respecting his duties of paying whenever demanded as per the terms of payment agreed upon by the applicant and K N Infracon P Ltd.
    18. That K N Infracon P Ltd. has illegally, arbitrarily and unilaterally invoked clause 20 of the application form, which in itself is an arbitrary clause and decided to abandon the said project. That furthermore K N Infracon P Ltd. also cancelled the booking of the applicant and refunded the amounts forwarded by the applicant to K N Infracon P Ltd. , which is not acceptable to the applicant. It is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. has developed an ulterior motive and has now become greedy and is trying to wriggle out of the commitment made by K N Infracon P Ltd. to the applicant as the rates of the said place have now gone higher and K N Infracon P Ltd. has now decided to launch the said project with higher rates. It is pertinent to mention here that K N Infracon P Ltd. before issuing the letter dated 27.11.12 did not exhaust all the legal remedies available to K N Infracon P Ltd. being fully aware of the same and as a company K N Infracon P Ltd. was dutibound to do so, and the same was only a pretext to wriggle out of the binding agreement.
    That further it is submitted that cancellation of the license by the DGTCP was not permanent in nature until and unless K N Infracon P Ltd. had exhausted all his remedies available under the law, as is apparent from the information already available that K N Infracon P Ltd. had filed an appeal and the same has also been allowed even before 2 months from the date of cancellation. Therefore the project cannot be said to be abandoned on this pretext as the reason for abandonment has ceased to exist within a short period of time, and further K N Infracon P Ltd. has not exhausted all legal remedies available in law before declaring the project as abandoned which was the bounden duty of K N Infracon P Ltd. . That it is most pertinent to mention here that K N Infracon P Ltd. cannot be allowed to take undue advantage of the temporary intervening impossibility which was due to his own faults and failures, and which has ceased to exist in such a short period of time.
    19. It is pertinent to mention here that the applicant had after receiving the above said letter had called the office of K N Infracon P Ltd. to protest, however all efforts to contact K N Infracon P Ltd. of the representatives of K N Infracon P Ltd. went in vain and K N Infracon P Ltd. remained unavailable and incommunicado.
    20. That the applicant after receiving the said letter dated and the money in its account protested with K N Infracon P Ltd. against the same, and sought clarifications and K N Infracon P Ltd. failed to respond to any queries of the applicant and continued that it is beyond their control whereas K N Infracon P Ltd. fully knew of the remedies available under the law, and failed to protect the rights of the applicants intentionally just to gain from the wrongdoings of K N Infracon P Ltd. .
    21. That the applicant filed an RTI application seeking the information with respect to the fact that whether the License no. 102 of K N Infracon P Ltd. has indeed been cancelled, however it was found that the same is correct, but however it was further found out that K N Infracon P Ltd. has exercising the rights under the Act have filed an appeal no. 101 of 2012, before the Principal Secretary, Govt. of Haryana, Town & Country Planning Department, Haryana Chandigarh, on 17.12.2012, and the same has been allowed vide order dated 11.01.2013 subject to the conditions of the License to be fulfilled by K N Infracon P Ltd. which K N Infracon P Ltd. is bound to. Further while enquiring from the office of the DGTCP, Chandigarh with respect to the dues of K N Infracon P Ltd, it was found out that they are not paying the dues to the department as per the terms and conditions of the License since the grant of the license.
    It is submitted that the same clearly makes it amply clear that K N Infracon P Ltd. had all the intentions to dupe the applicant of the flat as promised, however as per the information available the ground on which K N Infracon P Ltd. has decided to abandon the said project was temporary and a creation of K N Infracon P Ltd. himself and has ceased to exist within 45 days from the date of communication to the applicant. Therefore the cancellation letter dated 27.11.12 is rendered null and void and the booking of the flat made by the applicant is liable to be restored on this ground alone.
    22. That it is most humbly submitted that the cancellation made by K N Infracon P Ltd. was never acceptable to the applicant and the applicant never had the intention to ask for a refund as he had invested into the dreams shown by K N Infracon P Ltd. of a house and therefore the refund amount made to the applicant is illegal and the applicant is ready to pay to K N Infracon P Ltd. immediately when K N Infracon P Ltd. offers the allotment and the Buyers agreement to the applicant.
    That the same also goes to show the bonafide of the applicant wherein the applicant always remained and willing to perform his part of the contract and even performed and paid always on time whenever demanded by K N Infracon P Ltd. and further the applicant always had sufficient means to pay to K N Infracon P Ltd. all the further installments as and when demanded by K N Infracon P Ltd. , however it is K N Infracon P Ltd. who since the beginning was playing hide and seek hiding the facts from the applicant, and not keeping the applicant informed about the development of the said project, and further K N Infracon P Ltd. never had the intention to complete the said project and only was conniving to use the hard earned money of the applicant for their own use and return the same when their needs were fulfilled without having any regard to the law of the land, and without having performed their part of the agreement which they were duty bound to perform in all cases as a man of prudence.
    That furthermore the project was never indefinitely abandoned, as K N Infracon P Ltd. was fully aware of the remedies available to it under the law. That the cancelation of the license was not a force majure condition as the same was temporary, and K N Infracon P Ltd. is still in a condition to fulfill the promises made under the binding agreement/application form.
    That furthermore M/s K N Infracon P Ltd. has failed to comply with the orders of the Hon’ble Director general Town & Country Planning Department dated 08.06.2013, and is further liable for contempt of the orders of the DGTCP and has not restored the orders. That from the above it is abundantly clear that the builder has failed to perform his parts, and therefore it has become imperative for the Hon’ble DGTCP to take over the project, and to construct the houses for the applicants and other booking holders of the said project in terms of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act.
    23. That furthermore K N Infracon is not paying further dues, and also have represented to the Hon’ble DGTCP with respect to showing the financial capacity to execute the said project and the same is a matter of record.
    24. That the present representation is kindly made in the interest of justice, as to order K N Infracon to restore our units, and further to allot the said units, and further to construct the said project at the earliest, and also that the license when renewed finally, the booking of the said unit shall be restored, and the applicants and the applicant of the association must be given priority for the same license.
    25. That it has further come to the knowledge of the complainants that the accused persons have allotted flats with credit notes worth Approximately 35 Lacs each to many of the other booking holders of the accused persons in the said project of Sector 106 of the accused persons. Some of the Documents are attached herewith. This act of the accused is also an act of fraud upon the complainants as well as the public at large.
    26. That the applicant the applicant are entitle to their respective flat as they have booked with K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. In the project SPIRE Central 106 in Sector-106 Gurgaon, on the basis of the license and approvals granted by addressee No.4 on the application of M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. and the developer the License Holder is bound to abide by the terms and condition of the allotment and also it is to state here that while the Government of Haryana restore the aforesaid license in terms of the order dated 11.01.2013, the interests of the applicant herein shall be considered of paramount consideration, as the ,the applicant have substantial rights in the said project and the restoration of license shall be on the condition of restoration of all the bookings of the applicant herein.
    27. That the developer M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. playing hands in gloves with their officials and have made false and fabricated story and even have failed to abide by the terms and conditions of the license and undertaking as a result of which the present representation of the addresses is specifically made by the applicant the applicant to request your kindness:
    (A) To constitute an enquiry pertaining to the licensing and development of M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. and on any default the developer M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. be directed to rectify and to abide by the terms and conditions of the license and undertakings.
    (B) The applicant the applicant also request your kindness that while the License no. 102 od 2010 is restored, the bookings of the applicant herein shall also be restored and the same shall be made conditional upon K N Infracon P Ltd., as the applicant the applicant have full faith in the government of Haryana, and also that Government of Haryana would consider the present representation of paramount consideration and the same shall be acted upon.
    (C) That in case the Developer still fails to deliver according to the order dated 08.06.2013, the Hon’ble DGTCP should take over the project, and construct the houses/flats for the applicants and other booking holders of the said project in terms of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act.
    (D) Furthermore, Contempt Proceedings be further initiated against the developer for not complying the order of the Hon’ble DGTCP dated 08.06.2013.

    Dated:

    Thanking You
    Yours truly,
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  • Who was the person who recommended you such an investment? Or did you go by faith and online study of market? Rather than real market facts?
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  • Good to see consumers taking action, third grade builders like SPIRE must be exposed. Please send you details to some media house as well. Negative media coverage is what hurts builders the most.
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  • Originally Posted by Spirecentral
    To,

    1. Sh. B. S. Hooda, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Haryana,
    4th Floor, Haryana Civil Sectt., Chandigarh
    Also at Kothi No. 1, Sector 3, Chandigarh

    2. Rao Dan Singh, Hon’ble Minister for Town & Country Planning
    Room No. 26, 8th Floor, Haryana Civil Sectt. Chandigarh

    3. Sh. S.S. Dhillon, Principal Secretary, Govt. of Haryana
    Sector 17, Chandigarh

    4. Sh. Anurag Rastogi, Director General Town & Country Planning
    Sector 17, Chandigarh,

    5. The Principal Secretary, Town & Country Planning Department, Sector 17, Chandigarh

    6. The District Town Planner, Gurgaon
    Sector 14, Gurgaon

    SUBJECT: Representation with respect to the Fraudulent Acts of M/s K N Infracon P Ltd. who holds license No. 102 of 2010 for the project titled Spire Central 106, in Sector 106, Gurgaon.

    Sir,
    The applicant most humbly submits as under:
    1. That the applicant is a customer who has booked a flat in the project of the developer titled as Spire Central 106, Sector 106, Gurgaon.
    2. That all the booking holders are aggrieved by the acts and conduct of K N Infracon, as the builder has firstly taken huge sums of money from the customers, and thereafter took further 3 installments, and then did not start construction for more than 2 years 6 months, that thereafter the developer had terminated and cancelled the bookings, of all the booking holders, after his license was revocated, but however now in the light of the order of the Hon’ble Principal Secretary, Town & Country Planning, Haryana dated 11.01.2013 in the appeal No. 101 of 2012 and the Order passed by the Ld. Director General Town & Country Planning, Haryana dated 08.06..2013, the license has been reinstated, and the bookings of the customers have been ordered to be revived.
    3. That K N Infracon P Ltd. is the owner in possession of the land admeasuring 11.796 Acres, situated in the revenue estate of Village Babupur, Tehsil & Distt. Gurgaon, as per the details of the License No. 102 of 2010.
    4. That on or about the starting of the year 2010, K N Infracon P Ltd. launched a new project titled “Spire Central 106” in Sector 106, Gurgaon (Haryana) herein after referred to as the project, for developing multi-storeyed residential complex consisting of high end apartments with car parking spaces, recreational facilities, landscaped gardens and other utilities and invited the public to invest in the said project namely. K N Infracon P Ltd. represented that the project is situated just 10 minutes drive to the Indira Gandhi International Airport and close to Delhi, with direct access from the Dwarka Express Highway to the city, strategically located in the emerging Suburban Business District and located in a thriving neighborhood with schools and hospitals nearby. K N Infracon P Ltd. had widely advertised and represented sometime in the month of January 2010 and thereafter continued to advertise several times that it is the first time in India that such project with flexihomes concept was introduced which will be in the nature of 100% customizable apartments. The advertisement represented that it is a unique concept in housing apartments that are customized to one’s lifestyle and desires, with choices that match one’s needs and meet one’s budgets and at locations that are best suited. It represented that with Spire Flexihomes one will get to decide every detail of the house, from the size of the apartment to its layout, from the number of rooms to their orientation and even the material for walls, the partitions or the flooring, the fixtures/fittings. The advertisement also represented that every single detail of the apartment can be as per one’s decision. K N Infracon P Ltd. issued fancy and attractive brochure, which outlined the various choices and flexibility options which could be exercised by potential applicants. And K N Infracon P Ltd. specifically represented that the flats are going to be delivered for possession by the end of 36 months from the date of the launch, a copy of the brochure for the Flexi Payment Plan which states the effective date from 1st February 2010, is attached herewith this claim. Further the said brochure for the Flexi Payment plan also contained the price list, the schedule of payments and the specification sheet for the project.
    5. K N Infracon P Ltd. boasted that it is their endeavor to meet the expectations of the customers. K N Infracon P Ltd. further claims that its projects are inspired by the dreams of the consumers and driven by its commitment to deliver the finest quality and set new benchmarks in the industry. The applicant being lured by such representations and tall claims of the opposite party, decided to book an apartment in the project titled “Spire Central 106”. That K N Infracon P Ltd. further assured the applicant that it has all the valid requisites including but not limited to the License, Sanction of building Plans etc. but infact K N Infracon P Ltd. on the date of the said booking did not have, however it is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. was granted the License No. 102 dated 30.11.10, on the above said land which was Valid until 2014.
    6. That the applicant acting on the assurances of K N Infracon P Ltd. and tall claims made bookings for a flats in Group Housing Project with Flexihome concept namely ‘Spire Central’ at Sector 106, Gurgaon, Haryana launched by K N Infracon P Ltd. (herein after referred to as the “said Project”) and at the time of booking made substantial payments thereafter the applicant were asked by K N Infracon P Ltd. and the representatives of K N Infracon P Ltd. to wait until they would be given an application form alongwith the terms and conditions of the application/booking(Details of each individual customer is attached herewith)
    7. That the construction linked flexi payment plan which was a part of the brochure has been duly accepted by the applicant which is as under:
    Sr. No. Stages Payable Other Charges
    1. With Application Rs. 2,00,000 NIL
    2. Within 30 Days of Application 10% BSP – Rs. 2,00,000/- Nil
    3. Within 60 Days/on Allotment (Whichever is earlier) 10% of BSP NIL
    4. Within 120 Days/On Agreement(Whichever is earlier) Minimum 10% upto 80% of BSP NIL
    5. At Foundation/Raft Level 7% NIL
    6. On Casting of Plinth Beam 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    7. On Casting of First Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    8. On Casting of Fifth Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    9. On Casting of Seventh Floor Roof 7% 25% of EDC & IDC
    10. On Casting of Top Floor Roof 7% 50% of Car Parking
    11. On Completion of Internal Plaster 7% 50% of Car Parking
    12. On Completion of Internal Flooring 7% NIL
    13. On Completion of External Plaster 7% PLC as Applicable
    14. On Offer of Possession 7% IFMS+Club The applicanthip+Stamp Duty+ Any Other

    That further it is submitted that the same schedule of construction linked flexi payment plan states that these installments shall become payable on demand irrespective of the serial order in which they are listed. It is submitted that the applicant agreed to the said payment plan and duly abided by it from the beginning, and continues to remain ready and willing to abide by the same till today.
    8. That after the signing of the application form, K N Infracon P Ltd. as per the terms of the schedule of payment K N Infracon P Ltd. duly collected upto 3 installments by making demands from the applicant.
    That thereafter no further demands we made by K N Infracon P Ltd. to the the applicant after the aforesaid 3 demands.
    That we paid accordingly as under:
    S. NO. DATE OF DEMAND DETAILS OF PAYMENTS DATE OF RECEIPT
    1. Booking Amount Rs.2,00,000/- vide cheque no. 797195 dated 12.06.2010 30.06.2010
    2. Second
    Amount Rs.1,07,188/- vide cheque no. 420330 dated 20.07.2010 18.08.2010
    3. Third
    Amount Rs.2,760/- vide cheque no. 811608 dated 25.08.2010 26.08.2010

    Total Amount Rs.3,09,948/-

    That the applicant duly paid the above said amounts on demands being made by the developer promptly and without any delay, the developer kept on assuring the applicant of the flat, and kept on raising demands which the applicant duly complied with at all instances.
    9. That thereafter K N Infracon P Ltd. failed to raise further demands, and the applicant waited upto December 2010, and thereafter the applicant tried to contact the developer several times, and its representative Mr. Gaurav Bhatt, whose number is 9899808607, and at the land line of their Gurgaon office 0124-4853500 where several persons kept on answering and tried to ask as to the status of the project, but however the developer and the Customer representatives of the developer continued to mislead and misguide the applicant and kept on assuring that they are going to start construction, and shall only thereafter raise further demands for further installments. That it is pertinent to mention here that the applicant was always willing to perform his part of the contract even according to the arbitrary terms and conditions of the application form and continued to believe in the assurances of K N Infracon P Ltd. and always paid the installments on time without ever having committed a delay.
    10. That thereafter K N Infracon P Ltd. never raised any further demand for payment of installment from the applicant in respect of the flat. That in fact according to the payment plan for the said project, the second demand only became due towards K N Infracon P Ltd. after K N Infracon P Ltd. has allotted the flat or on 60 days of the allotment, however despite receiving the installments K N Infracon P Ltd. never allotted the flat to the applicant but however the applicant continued to pay to the applicant as per the demands raised. K N Infracon P Ltd. had deliberately remained silent on the status of the project and kept the applicant including many at bay with respect to the developments. That it is submitted that it was K N Infracon P Ltd. s bounden duty to keep the applicant informed of the developments of the project, and the status of the project time to time. However the applicant having full trust in K N Infracon P Ltd. and its ability to complete the project and hand over the same to the applicant continued to be ready and willing to perform and pay according to the payment plan as agreed, but however K N Infracon P Ltd. never raised further demands which K N Infracon P Ltd. had undertook to do so. That thereafter the applicant continued to contact K N Infracon P Ltd. and its representatives through the point of contact provided by K N Infracon P Ltd. , at regular intervals but however K N Infracon P Ltd. continuously failed to respond and answer the queries of the applicant, and kept making excuses from time to time.
    11. That further it is submitted that The applicant further tried to contact the senior management of K N Infracon P Ltd. several times during 2011 and 2012 but however they always remained unreachable, and untraceable, but the representatives kept the applicant on tenter hooks, and kept on gaining more and more time. That it is submitted that the representatives of K N Infracon P Ltd. kept on assuring the applicant that the project would start within one month, sometimes used to say it would start in 2 months, and kept the applicant in dark on the developments of the project.
    12. That however to the shock and surprise of the applicant, K N Infracon P Ltd. issued an alleged letter dated 09.11.2012, purportedly informing that the said land in the said Project has become sub-judice before the Court of Civil Judge, Senior Division at Amritsar, Punjab as it has become a subject matter of Civil Suit No. 2233 of 2012 (currently Suit No. 447/2012) instituted by M/s Experion Developers Private Limited (Formerly ‘Gold Developers Pvt. Ltd’) on 14.02.2012 for recovery of Rs. 2,21,67,08,598/- against various persons and entities including one of the promoters of K N Infracon P Ltd. and K N Infracon P Ltd. company itself. It was disclosed that the Ld. Civil Judge, Amritsar has granted an injunction in respect of the said Project land at Sector 106, Gurgaon vide its order dated 01.09.2012 during pendency of the suit. That it was further stated by K N Infracon P Ltd. that the said suit instituted by M/s Experion, was on the basis of an arrangement between K N Infracon P Ltd. and the associates of K N Infracon P Ltd. . That it is further submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. have always played hide and seek, and always kept the applicant in the dark with respect to the same, even at the time of informing the applicant of the said suit, K N Infracon P Ltd. did not disclose the clear dispute with Experion, and merely mentioned that there was an arrangement for the purchase of land.
    That further it is most pertinent to mention here that the in the said letter, K N Infracon P Ltd. has boasted that they are a reputed brand in real estate and a truthfully customer friendly brand, they had assured the applicant of their support with full effort. That further K N Infracon P Ltd. has written to the applicant to call upon the applicant for support in helping K N Infracon P Ltd. to take up the matter with the concerned authorities and seek remedy so as to protect the joint interests of the parties herein and in seeing the project move forward. Further alleging that keeping customer interests as of paramount consideration K N Infracon P Ltd. offered to refund the amounts paid by the applicant alongwith simple interest at the rate of 9% per annum to all the applicants desirous of cancelling their application. And further assured the applicant of their unstinted efforts at seeking a resolution of the above matter irrespective of the time it takes.
    It is submitted that vide the above dated letter K N Infracon P Ltd. for the first time appraised the applicant of the current facts related to the said project however even then did not state as to why the applicant did not start the construction even after more than 2 years it was supposed to do so. That it is most pertinent to mention here that the offer so made by K N Infracon P Ltd. was never acceptable to the applicant and therefore the applicant never made any claim with respect to the said offer of K N Infracon P. Ltd. , and the applicant was not even interested in getting his money back after waiting for so long for its dream home instead the applicant was always willing to stand by K N Infracon P Ltd. and to wait and to cooperate fully with K N Infracon P Ltd. . It is submitted that the applicant has invested his hard earned money on the representations of K N Infracon P Ltd. for a flat and not to gain the interest on the money, and the same is not acceptable from K N Infracon P Ltd.
    13. That it is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. have now developed ulterior motives, and now with the manifold increase in the rates with utter greed and is now trying to wriggle out of the legally binding contract between the applicant and K N Infracon P Ltd. That further it is submitted that the applicant have waited for more than 2 years, where as not even a single brick has been laid at the site of the project, whereas K N Infracon P Ltd. was supposed to deliver the said project within a period of 36 months, from the date of the application, however the intention of K N Infracon P Ltd. since the beginning was malafide and K N Infracon P Ltd. only wanted to take advantage of the rising prices and after duping the applicants of their hard earned money and the benefits arising out of the said flat and want to use the same for his own greed.
    14. That K N Infracon P Ltd. has issued the letter dated 09.11.2012 with a design to deprive the applicant of his rights which arose from the application and after monies were received and acknowledged by K N Infracon P Ltd. and to withdraw from the commitment under the agreement. K N Infracon P Ltd. is liable and duty bound to complete the said Project as agreed under the agreement between the parties and K N Infracon P Ltd. cannot take the excuse of some litigation and wriggle out of its obligations to complete the said Project thereby causing wrongful loss to the applicant and many others. It is pertinent to mention here that the applicant has always been willing and has always performed his part of the contract by paying on time whenever a demand is raised, in fact K N Infracon P Ltd. has also failed to issue demand letters to the applicant in absence of which the applicant does not have any knowledge of the status of the said project. All efforts of the applicant to find the progress of the said Project were in vain as K N Infracon P Ltd. kept totally unapproachable and incommunicado with the applicant.
    15. That the applicant tried to approach K N Infracon P Ltd. to get clarification on the issue relating to the court case in Amritsar after receiving the letter dated 09.11.12 as mentioned in its letter dated 9.11.2012 but K N Infracon P Ltd. remained tight lipped and did not inform any further to the applicant. Thereafter the applicant received yet another letter dated 27.11.2012 from K N Infracon P Ltd. stating that the DGTCP, Chandigarh, Haryana has ordered cancellation/ revocation of their License No.102 of 2010. K N Infracon P Ltd. informed that they have no alternative but to abandon the said Project as required under Section 8 of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and Rules made thereunder which confers legal obligation that upon cancellation of the license, no further work shall be undertaken or carried out by the colonizer until the license is renewed.
    It is submitted that the makers of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act, were vigilant enough to protect the rights of the customers, who may be duped by the Developers such as K N Infracon P Ltd. , and have drafted the act in keeping with the utmost principles of natural justice, and the same is only a reprimanding in nature to the developer, the said section clearly shows that the rights of the customers such as the applicant are of utmost importance and are to be respected even in case any developer fails to deliver the promises made to the customers. That it is submitted that the said section 8 of the said act only provides for the situation when the license can be cancelled, and does not anywhere speaks about abandoning the project, that it is submitted that section 8 further postulates that in such an even of cancellation of license, the DGTCP shall take over the said project and shall complete the said project and deliver to the customers. It is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. here also have mis-represented the facts to suit his explanations and the same further shows the malafide intentions.
    Further more the framers of the act as stated above were also vigilant to the extent to give the developers another opportunity to rectify the cancellation of the license, and under section 19 of the above said act was postulated to give an opportunity of an appeal to any person aggrieved by the order of any officer appointed under the Act such as the DGTCP, within 30 days of the communication of the said order before the Secretary to the Government of Haryana, Town & Country Planning Department.
    16. It is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. very well knew of the said provision of appeal in the act referred to by K N Infracon P Ltd. itself, and knowing fully well, K N Infracon P Ltd. wrote the above said letter, stating that K N Infracon P Ltd. is not left with any other alternative other than to abandon the project, as required under section 8 of the above said act, which only states on when the cancellation would be done, and when section 8 & 19 of the act are harmonious and gives the developers chance of appeal before the Secretary, Govt. of Haryana, TCP Department.
    It is most pertinent to mention here that K N Infracon P Ltd. s intention here again is only to dupe the applicant of the benefits and the house promised by K N Infracon P Ltd. to the applicant more than two years ago, furthermore it is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. have always been playing the tricks and is trying to hide behind his wrongdoings and is now trying to wriggle out of the binding contract by playing these tricks on the poor The applicants, who deceived by the promises have paid substantial amounts, remained ready and willing to perform their part of the contract to pay whenever demanded, but K N Infracon P Ltd. failed to perform his part of the contract of starting the construction, and completing the project and delivering/offering possession to the applicant within 36 months of the date of the application.
    17. That K N Infracon P Ltd. did not just stop at that, further more K N Infracon P Ltd. illegally, unilaterally and arbitrarily and without the consent of the applicant refunded the amounts forwarded by the applicant under the said contract alongwith 9% interest, without the applicant accepting any offer of K N Infracon P Ltd. in any way whatsoever without caring for the rights of the applicant who has booked a flat in the project of K N Infracon P Ltd. , and without performing his duties to protect the property from duress, and without taking any steps to cure the defects, and without taking the steps available to K N Infracon P Ltd. under the law and without taking care of the property and all documents of title and permissions thereto which are in his possession and which he is liable to keep from failing as an owner of ordinary prudence would do, and to pay all such dues attributed by any such authority in respect to the said property despite the applicant respecting his duties of paying whenever demanded as per the terms of payment agreed upon by the applicant and K N Infracon P Ltd.
    18. That K N Infracon P Ltd. has illegally, arbitrarily and unilaterally invoked clause 20 of the application form, which in itself is an arbitrary clause and decided to abandon the said project. That furthermore K N Infracon P Ltd. also cancelled the booking of the applicant and refunded the amounts forwarded by the applicant to K N Infracon P Ltd. , which is not acceptable to the applicant. It is submitted that K N Infracon P Ltd. has developed an ulterior motive and has now become greedy and is trying to wriggle out of the commitment made by K N Infracon P Ltd. to the applicant as the rates of the said place have now gone higher and K N Infracon P Ltd. has now decided to launch the said project with higher rates. It is pertinent to mention here that K N Infracon P Ltd. before issuing the letter dated 27.11.12 did not exhaust all the legal remedies available to K N Infracon P Ltd. being fully aware of the same and as a company K N Infracon P Ltd. was dutibound to do so, and the same was only a pretext to wriggle out of the binding agreement.
    That further it is submitted that cancellation of the license by the DGTCP was not permanent in nature until and unless K N Infracon P Ltd. had exhausted all his remedies available under the law, as is apparent from the information already available that K N Infracon P Ltd. had filed an appeal and the same has also been allowed even before 2 months from the date of cancellation. Therefore the project cannot be said to be abandoned on this pretext as the reason for abandonment has ceased to exist within a short period of time, and further K N Infracon P Ltd. has not exhausted all legal remedies available in law before declaring the project as abandoned which was the bounden duty of K N Infracon P Ltd. . That it is most pertinent to mention here that K N Infracon P Ltd. cannot be allowed to take undue advantage of the temporary intervening impossibility which was due to his own faults and failures, and which has ceased to exist in such a short period of time.
    19. It is pertinent to mention here that the applicant had after receiving the above said letter had called the office of K N Infracon P Ltd. to protest, however all efforts to contact K N Infracon P Ltd. of the representatives of K N Infracon P Ltd. went in vain and K N Infracon P Ltd. remained unavailable and incommunicado.
    20. That the applicant after receiving the said letter dated and the money in its account protested with K N Infracon P Ltd. against the same, and sought clarifications and K N Infracon P Ltd. failed to respond to any queries of the applicant and continued that it is beyond their control whereas K N Infracon P Ltd. fully knew of the remedies available under the law, and failed to protect the rights of the applicants intentionally just to gain from the wrongdoings of K N Infracon P Ltd. .
    21. That the applicant filed an RTI application seeking the information with respect to the fact that whether the License no. 102 of K N Infracon P Ltd. has indeed been cancelled, however it was found that the same is correct, but however it was further found out that K N Infracon P Ltd. has exercising the rights under the Act have filed an appeal no. 101 of 2012, before the Principal Secretary, Govt. of Haryana, Town & Country Planning Department, Haryana Chandigarh, on 17.12.2012, and the same has been allowed vide order dated 11.01.2013 subject to the conditions of the License to be fulfilled by K N Infracon P Ltd. which K N Infracon P Ltd. is bound to. Further while enquiring from the office of the DGTCP, Chandigarh with respect to the dues of K N Infracon P Ltd, it was found out that they are not paying the dues to the department as per the terms and conditions of the License since the grant of the license.
    It is submitted that the same clearly makes it amply clear that K N Infracon P Ltd. had all the intentions to dupe the applicant of the flat as promised, however as per the information available the ground on which K N Infracon P Ltd. has decided to abandon the said project was temporary and a creation of K N Infracon P Ltd. himself and has ceased to exist within 45 days from the date of communication to the applicant. Therefore the cancellation letter dated 27.11.12 is rendered null and void and the booking of the flat made by the applicant is liable to be restored on this ground alone.
    22. That it is most humbly submitted that the cancellation made by K N Infracon P Ltd. was never acceptable to the applicant and the applicant never had the intention to ask for a refund as he had invested into the dreams shown by K N Infracon P Ltd. of a house and therefore the refund amount made to the applicant is illegal and the applicant is ready to pay to K N Infracon P Ltd. immediately when K N Infracon P Ltd. offers the allotment and the Buyers agreement to the applicant.
    That the same also goes to show the bonafide of the applicant wherein the applicant always remained and willing to perform his part of the contract and even performed and paid always on time whenever demanded by K N Infracon P Ltd. and further the applicant always had sufficient means to pay to K N Infracon P Ltd. all the further installments as and when demanded by K N Infracon P Ltd. , however it is K N Infracon P Ltd. who since the beginning was playing hide and seek hiding the facts from the applicant, and not keeping the applicant informed about the development of the said project, and further K N Infracon P Ltd. never had the intention to complete the said project and only was conniving to use the hard earned money of the applicant for their own use and return the same when their needs were fulfilled without having any regard to the law of the land, and without having performed their part of the agreement which they were duty bound to perform in all cases as a man of prudence.
    That furthermore the project was never indefinitely abandoned, as K N Infracon P Ltd. was fully aware of the remedies available to it under the law. That the cancelation of the license was not a force majure condition as the same was temporary, and K N Infracon P Ltd. is still in a condition to fulfill the promises made under the binding agreement/application form.
    That furthermore M/s K N Infracon P Ltd. has failed to comply with the orders of the Hon’ble Director general Town & Country Planning Department dated 08.06.2013, and is further liable for contempt of the orders of the DGTCP and has not restored the orders. That from the above it is abundantly clear that the builder has failed to perform his parts, and therefore it has become imperative for the Hon’ble DGTCP to take over the project, and to construct the houses for the applicants and other booking holders of the said project in terms of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act.
    23. That furthermore K N Infracon is not paying further dues, and also have represented to the Hon’ble DGTCP with respect to showing the financial capacity to execute the said project and the same is a matter of record.
    24. That the present representation is kindly made in the interest of justice, as to order K N Infracon to restore our units, and further to allot the said units, and further to construct the said project at the earliest, and also that the license when renewed finally, the booking of the said unit shall be restored, and the applicants and the applicant of the association must be given priority for the same license.
    25. That it has further come to the knowledge of the complainants that the accused persons have allotted flats with credit notes worth Approximately 35 Lacs each to many of the other booking holders of the accused persons in the said project of Sector 106 of the accused persons. Some of the Documents are attached herewith. This act of the accused is also an act of fraud upon the complainants as well as the public at large.
    26. That the applicant the applicant are entitle to their respective flat as they have booked with K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. In the project SPIRE Central 106 in Sector-106 Gurgaon, on the basis of the license and approvals granted by addressee No.4 on the application of M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. and the developer the License Holder is bound to abide by the terms and condition of the allotment and also it is to state here that while the Government of Haryana restore the aforesaid license in terms of the order dated 11.01.2013, the interests of the applicant herein shall be considered of paramount consideration, as the ,the applicant have substantial rights in the said project and the restoration of license shall be on the condition of restoration of all the bookings of the applicant herein.
    27. That the developer M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. playing hands in gloves with their officials and have made false and fabricated story and even have failed to abide by the terms and conditions of the license and undertaking as a result of which the present representation of the addresses is specifically made by the applicant the applicant to request your kindness:
    (A) To constitute an enquiry pertaining to the licensing and development of M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. and on any default the developer M/s K.N. Infracon Pvt. Ltd. be directed to rectify and to abide by the terms and conditions of the license and undertakings.
    (B) The applicant the applicant also request your kindness that while the License no. 102 od 2010 is restored, the bookings of the applicant herein shall also be restored and the same shall be made conditional upon K N Infracon P Ltd., as the applicant the applicant have full faith in the government of Haryana, and also that Government of Haryana would consider the present representation of paramount consideration and the same shall be acted upon.
    (C) That in case the Developer still fails to deliver according to the order dated 08.06.2013, the Hon’ble DGTCP should take over the project, and construct the houses/flats for the applicants and other booking holders of the said project in terms of the Haryana Development of Urban Areas Act.
    (D) Furthermore, Contempt Proceedings be further initiated against the developer for not complying the order of the Hon’ble DGTCP dated 08.06.2013.

    Dated:

    Thanking You
    Yours truly,


    Really a good initiative
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  • ublic Notice

    A number of complaints are being received against KN Infracon Pvt. Ltd. in
    respect of Licence No. 102 of 2010 in Sector-106 Gurgaon, for GH project named as ‘Spire
    Central 106’. In these complaints, it has been alleged that the colonizer has failed to
    comply with the directions of the Directorate issued vide memo dated 08.06.2013 in
    order to protect their interest in the licensed colony. The issues raised in similar
    complaints received earlier were examined and the complainants were informed that
    Experion Developer Pvt. Ltd has filed a writ petition CWP No.13007 of 2013 challenging
    the action of KN Infracon Pvt. Ltd. and the orders dated 11.01.2013 of Appellate
    Authority-cum-Principal Secretary, Town & Country Planning, Haryana. The orders of
    Appellate Authority have been stayed by Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court vide its
    order dated 07.06.2013 in above case. Next date of hearing is 10.10.2014. The Department
    can take appropriate action against the licensee in view of orders after disposal of above
    referred writ petition by Hon’ble High Court. Since the complaints are still being
    received, therefore, this public notice is being issued for information of all concerned
    that in view of facts narrated above, the Department can take action only after final
    decision of Hon’ble High Court in CWP No. 13007 of 2013. Instead of submitting
    identical representation by individual allottees, the affected allottees are advised to
    submit a common representation only ifthere are new facts other than the already
    examined.


     
    Place: Chandigarh
    Dated: 08
    th
    September 2014
    (Anurag Rastogi)
    Director General
    Town and Country Planning Department
    Haryana, Chandigarh
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  • Public Notice by DTCP Haryana on Spire Central 106 Gurgaon

    http://tcpharyana.gov.in/public_notice/KN%20Infra%20Public%20notice%208.9.2014.pdf
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  • Thanks Kinjalchato and Spirecentral.

    However, the notice is a bit old and is referring to notice from 2013, with next hearing date on 10 Oct 2014.

    Does someone know what is latest on this if anything available please?

    Regards,
    AJ
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