Hi,

This is a new project in sector 100 on greater noida express way. Does anyone have any idea on the Builder ? They are providing 2-3 BHK flats 2825 psf.

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  • Originally Posted by amitexpert
    They have on record claimed that In Panache they will not do so. Club is exclusive. However, Vidur Bhardwaj was claiming legally he has all rights to do so but he will not do this just because of security in Panache.

    Bhaisaab,

    LBC buyers are also gearing up for joote-chapppal ki ladai with the Logix people.

    Vidur Bhardwaj ke ghar ke saamne Aam-Aadmi style letna padega aap logon ko. Time for niceties with these so-called builders has passed.

    These people understand only the language of the fist.


    -v
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  • Sahi main ab to Sab buyers ko Milna chahiye Aur kuch zabardast protest hona chahiye.


    Stay Blessed!

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    This is insane! to think I almost bought in 3c(they were over my budget so I got Kosmos), yeh saare chor hai.

    The good part is the unity of the residents, one may hate the builder but be proud to be living with neighbours who stand with you.

    One negative comment though: How would the black messages help the buyers?
    1) To me the property has already been sold by 3c, so they care a damn about these flags.
    2) To end users these flags would only dissuade resale of your flats which would drive the resale rates down, and further hurt the end users. I think the legal recourse is the only way(but the most painful).

    Jaypee is also not far behind, they are cheating us with 10% hike in super area, so 6 apts on a floor*17 floors. Its like adding 11 apts to each tower(or 2 floors).
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  • Originally Posted by spacesearch
    Sahi main ab to Sab buyers ko Milna chahiye Aur kuch zabardast protest hona chahiye.


    Stay Blessed!

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    If there is any protest/meeting planned. please post the details in this forum atleast 2-3 days in advance.
    Or is this getting discussed in some other forum - yahoo group or facebook page, pls let me know.
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  • Legal aspect is slightly more complicated. Please have a look at the following;

    Hon’ble Supreme Court in the matter titled as DLF Ltd. Vs. Manmohan Lowe and Others passed on December 10, 2013 on “Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” delivered in favour of DLF against the residents under Haryana Apartment Ownership Act. The Supreme Court has stated in the present case that the “BUILDER REMAINS THE OWNER of the Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” and it is “ONLY THE RIGHT TO USE over such areas which is granted to the buyers/allottees”. The Supreme Court has also stated that the shops in such colony may also be thrown open to buyers coming from outside.

    Please have a look at the enclosed judgement.

    Originally Posted by cookie
    When a project has maximum investors and less end-users,This will go on like this. because investors don't care whether Builder is Adding Another building above the existing building.

    Investors make money and exit...
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  • Originally Posted by vijvik_7
    If there is any protest/meeting planned. please post the details in this forum atleast 2-3 days in advance.
    Or is this getting discussed in some other forum - yahoo group or facebook page, pls let me know.





    Meeting LB main gate :- All LB residents.

    10 AM Saturday, 1st Feb 2014 :- All LB residents.

    10 AM Saturday, 1st Feb 2014
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  • Pls Update Details for meeting 10:30 - 01.02.2014 Gate of T7

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1tEU84IFcj5b8Bgsj-nj5SCQQGcly-lBOcrbvA_vQnbE/viewform
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  • Originally Posted by rajaji
    Legal aspect is slightly more complicated. Please have a look at the following;

    Hon’ble Supreme Court in the matter titled as DLF Ltd. Vs. Manmohan Lowe and Others passed on December 10, 2013 on “Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” delivered in favour of DLF against the residents under Haryana Apartment Ownership Act. The Supreme Court has stated in the present case that the “BUILDER REMAINS THE OWNER of the Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” and it is “ONLY THE RIGHT TO USE over such areas which is granted to the buyers/allottees”. The Supreme Court has also stated that the shops in such colony may also be thrown open to buyers coming from outside.

    Please have a look at the enclosed judgement.


    Ah the wonders of the world. Does it make sense, they charge you for developing the common area and then sell it off to a private body.
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  • Originally Posted by rajaji
    Legal aspect is slightly more complicated. Please have a look at the following;



    Hon’ble Supreme Court in the matter titled as DLF Ltd. Vs. Manmohan Lowe and Others passed on December 10, 2013 on “Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” delivered in favour of DLF against the residents under Haryana Apartment Ownership Act. The Supreme Court has stated in the present case that the “BUILDER REMAINS THE OWNER of the Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” and it is “ONLY THE RIGHT TO USE over such areas which is granted to the buyers/allottees”. The Supreme Court has also stated that the shops in such colony may also be thrown open to buyers coming from outside.



    Please have a look at the enclosed judgement.



    This judgement is in no way be considered for UP projects and also the same is a verdict given for a high rise complex in a 130 acre colony hence not applicable for GRoup housing either.

    Moreover there is a review petition filed by the aggrieved parties in SC

    Going legal should be the last option as it is time consuming. The unique and persistent public protests only help to get these builders set right and they would ever dare to do such illegal acts in the future.


    Join Greenopolis Welfare Association: Visit greenopolis.wix.com/our-gwa
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  • Originally Posted by krishna99
    This judgement is in no way be considered for UP projects and also the same is a verdict given for a high rise complex in a 130 acre colony hence not applicable for GRoup housing either.

    Moreover there is a review petition filed by the aggrieved parties in SC

    Going legal should be the last option as it is time consuming. The unique and persistent public protests only help to get these builders set right and they would ever dare to do such illegal acts in the future.


    Join Greenopolis Welfare Association: Visit greenopolis.wix.com/our-gwa


    Every state has its own apartment act so no order applies on whole country. Same even applies on parking. Reasoning of order will be reinterpreted in light of relevant state act and case.
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  • Originally Posted by rajaji
    Legal aspect is slightly more complicated. Please have a look at the following;

    Hon’ble Supreme Court in the matter titled as DLF Ltd. Vs. Manmohan Lowe and Others passed on December 10, 2013 on “Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” delivered in favour of DLF against the residents under Haryana Apartment Ownership Act. The Supreme Court has stated in the present case that the “BUILDER REMAINS THE OWNER of the Community and Commercial Facilities like community centre, schools, shops etc.” and it is “ONLY THE RIGHT TO USE over such areas which is granted to the buyers/allottees”. The Supreme Court has also stated that the shops in such colony may also be thrown open to buyers coming from outside.

    Please have a look at the enclosed judgement.


    If this is TRUE then allottes of LB/LP can not do anything. 3C has every rights to allow outsiders to use its club and school. For allottes its a really matter of big security concern. In this case, allottes should request 3C to barricade club/school so that outsiders could not enter to the building premises. A very unprofessional approach by 3C...
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  • Reason of citing this judgement is only to educate people in case they intend to explore legal option or even meeting the management. In any case, everyone will interpret the judgement suiting to his/her interest but it makes matter complicated as struggle and time consumed is too high a cost to exercise legal option.

    In this case, best option is to protest the way residents have been doing and become slightly more aggressive and try and create hurdles for the school and builder to arrive at some decision, although it will be difficult to convince builder. Needless to say, try and exhaust all option fast before moving on to legal recourse, which might be the only option left.

    Originally Posted by rahulkumar12
    If this is TRUE then allottes of LB/LP can not do anything. 3C has every rights to allow outsiders to use its club and school. For allottes its a really matter of big security concern. In this case, allottes should request 3C to barricade club/school so that outsiders could not enter to the building premises. A very unprofessional approach by 3C...
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  • LB main gate has put school banner also...
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  • This is an order by the highest court of the land and would be applicable to all areas in India as the judgement can be quoted in lower courts for granting relief to the builders. Also, this order is for a GH project within the bigger complex.

    Quite a surprising judgment though.

    I quite agree with you on legal being the last resort and putting pressure on the builder through other means.



    Originally Posted by krishna99
    This judgement is in no way be considered for UP projects and also the same is a verdict given for a high rise complex in a 130 acre colony hence not applicable for GRoup housing either.

    Moreover there is a review petition filed by the aggrieved parties in SC

    Going legal should be the last option as it is time consuming. The unique and persistent public protests only help to get these builders set right and they would ever dare to do such illegal acts in the future.


    Join Greenopolis Welfare Association: Visit greenopolis.wix.com/our-gwa
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  • Originally Posted by JethroNull
    This is an order by the highest court of the land and would be applicable to all areas in India as the judgement can be quoted in lower courts for granting relief to the builders. Also, this order is for a GH project within the bigger complex.

    Quite a surprising judgment though.

    I quite agree with you on legal being the last resort and putting pressure on the builder through other means.


    This is verdict of supreme court but based on applicable law means Haryana apartment act. It won't be applicable as it is in other states. Lawyer will have to prove that it is applicable in UP apartment act also. Otherwise reasoning can be reinterpreted in light of UP apartment act or entirely different ruling is possible if court feels other judgement are applicable.
    UP apartment act is quite explicit on common areas and recently an ruling came based on that.
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