It is widely reported that the UP RERA website will go live today. Can anyone give the website address? Also will this cover existing partially completed projects?
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  • Up rera
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  • YEW missing
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  • Sketchy.......... Just read the penalty clause in Introduction page of the site.........third last point..
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  • up-rera.in looks like a scam site. how can a govt site have direct .in domain. Usually gov.in hota hai... poorly designed
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    • commando101 years ago
      Just take a look at ownership details posted below . This site does not belong to the Govt. This is a scam site registered to
      Name:Amit Srivastava
      Organization:Acme Digitek Solutions P Ltd

      He will now take money from builders and help them to fool people .
  • up-rera.inUpdated 9 hours ago
    DOMAIN INFORMATION
    Domain:up-rera.in
    Registrar:GoDaddy.com, LLC (R101-AFIN)
    Registration Date:2017-07-19
    Expiration Date:2019-07-19
    Updated Date:2017-07-19
    Status:clientDeleteProhibited
    clientRenewProhibited
    clientTransferProhibited
    clientUpdateProhibited
    serverTransferProhibited
    Name Servers:ns19.domaincontrol.com
    ns20.domaincontrol.com
    REGISTRANT CONTACT
    Name:Amit Srivastava
    Organization:Acme Digitek Solutions P Ltd
    Street:54-B, Prag Narayan Road
    City:Lucknow
    State:Uttar Pradesh
    Postal Code:226001
    Country:IN
    Phone:+91.8009090025
    Email:email@acmedigitek.com
    ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT
    Name:Amit Srivastava
    Organization:Acme Digitek Solutions P Ltd
    Street:54-B, Prag Narayan Road
    City:Lucknow
    State:Uttar Pradesh
    Postal Code:226001
    Country:IN
    Phone:+91.8009090025
    Email:email@acmedigitek.com
    TECHNICAL CONTACT
    Name:Amit Srivastava
    Organization:Acme Digitek Solutions P Ltd
    Street:54-B, Prag Narayan Road
    City:Lucknow
    State:Uttar Pradesh
    Postal Code:226001
    Country:IN
    Phone:+91.8009090025
    Email:email@acmedigitek.com
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  • Just take a look at ownership details posted below . This site does not belong to the Govt. This is a scam site registered to
    Name:Amit Srivastava
    Organization:Acme Digitek Solutions P Ltd

    He will now take money from builders and help them to fool people .
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  • Originally Posted by commando10

    Just take a look at ownership details posted below . This site does not belong to the Govt. This is a scam site registered to
    Name:Amit Srivastava
    Organization:Acme Digitek Solutions P Ltd

    He will now take money from builders and help them to fool people .



    The govt dept would have bought the site thru some agency and this maybe their name, the new name may reflect in some time

    This is not a banana replublic that people can blatantly open fake govt sites and builders start regitrations there.
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  • Originally Posted by jollygood
    Up rera


    What is the summary of this 39 pages Mahabharat?
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    • saurabhkmar1 years ago
      That Bhishma was killed by his own
  • Why is 1000Rs being charged for filing a complaint?

    New source of revenue for noida authority?

    Making money out of misery of people?
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    UP’s draft RERA rules: Does it protect buyers’ interests?
    The Uttar Pradesh government recently notified the draft Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act’s rules for the state. We examine how these rules compare against the model rules framed by the central government and the implications for home buyers
    Recently, the Uttar Pradesh government notified the draft Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) rules. Here is a holistic comparison of the Uttar Pradesh draft rules and the Act legislated by the central government, in 2016.



    Main clauses
    Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA) 2016
    Uttar Pradesh RERA


    Registration


      Mandatory registration of the project and real estate agent with the Appellate Authority.
      No sale and advertising before the registration.



      Minimum project size
      Compulsory registration for projects admeasuring plot area more than 500 sq metres or 8 number of apartments.
      Compulsory registration but no specifications on the minimum project size.


      Title


        Promoter liable to provide a copy of the legal title report and history.
        Land should be free from any encumbrances and details to be provided, if it is not so.
        Promoter liable to compensate the allottees, in case of any loss caused due to defective title of the land.



          Promoter is liable to provide a copy of the legal title report and details of encumbrances, in case there are any.
          However, no clause has been included, mentioning the compensation to be provided to allottees, in case of any loss caused due to defective title of the land.



          Escrow account
          70% of the amounts realised for the project to be deposited in a separate account in a scheduled bank to meet the cost of the real estate project and to be withdrawn in proportion to the percentage of completion.


          Online project details
          All project details such as sanctioned plan, layout plan, floor space index, specifications of the project, authenticated copy of approvals and commencement certificate, should be available online.


          Lapse/Cancellation of registration
          Remaining development work to be done by a competent authority or the association of allottees and the appropriate government may be consulted.
          Ambiguity on the process to be adopted for remaining development work, in the event of lapse or cancellation of the project.


          Definition of ongoing projects
          For ongoing projects for which the completion certificate has not been issued, the promoter shall make an application to the Authority for registration of the said project, within a period of three months from the date of commencement of this Act.
          Ongoing project, means a project where the completion certificate has not been issued but excludes projects where:

            The services have been handed over to the local authority for maintenance.
            Where common areas and facilities have been handed over to the residents’ welfare association for maintenance.
            Where all development work is complete and sale/lease deeds of 60% of the apartments/plots have been executed.
            Development work is complete and application for completion certificate has been submitted.



            Sale of the apartment
            On the basis of carpet area only.
            For existing projects, the promoter should disclose the size of the apartment based on carpet area, even if earlier sold on super built-up area or built-up area.


            Parking
            Parking spaces defined but no specifications regarding parking costs.


            Structural fault
            Developer to rectify any structural faults free of cost, in case it is reported within five years of the date of possession.
            No clause regarding structural faults.


            Penalty for non- compliance
            Promoter: Up to three years of imprisonment or fine up to 10% of the total project cost.



            Real estate agent: Up to one year of imprisonment or fine up to 10% of the total project cost.

            Several imprisonment clauses have been made into compounding clauses (where monetary compensation is paid, in lieu of actual punishment)





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.





            Although, the UP RERA rules have the essence of the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act 2016, several clauses in the state regulation lack transparency. Hence, in our opinion, the UP RERA should add specific clauses on issues such as promoter’s liability on structural faults, title issues and strict measures like imprisonment on non-compliance.

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  • Rera that is passed in state will help builders...Now they can take 5 to 10 years to complete project..Many builders have given 10 years as proposed period for completion of project in up rera website...
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  • they can complete in 100 Yrs, who cares.
    Now there r no investors in the market and end users will go for RTM.
    If anyone buying UC then they should not blame RERA or Govt.
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  • Sir, atleast builder cannot lie now. Earlier they used to day 3 years...which dragged on to 6+ years.

    Buyer would know and decide now.

    But yes, very less chance than people would buy underconstruction.



    Sector 150 Ats walon ki sahi lagegi. Ats dekhke 3 years socha hoga, but now builder has declared the project would go till 2022....hahaha
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  • How and whom to report a builder who has not registered his project on website?
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