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Builder disobeying obligations citing Covid even though construction work stopped 2 years before covid

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    LawRato I have bought under-construction apartment (Kalaptaru Woodsville) in Mumbai in Sept 2016. In one year the construction work went smooth and it completed 8 slabs out of 21 till Jan 2018. After that there was complete halt on construction. I had signed agreement date with possession mentioned as December 2020 however RERA date is December 2022 and now with govt allowance increased to June 2023.

    I have asked developer to compensate me after December 2020 as he is not able to fulfill its obligation to which builder responded with Covid problems even though it is not delayed because of it.

    Do I hold any legal grounds to hold builder accountable?

    Please note: I had sold my parents previous apartment to buy new one and investment my life savings in it. We are all very stressed any help will save my family
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    Re : Builder disobeying obligations citing Covid even though construction work stopped 2 years before covid

    LawRato is no longer with IREF.

    I am not an expert on legal matters, but i guess, since RERA completion date is sometime in 2023, you might not have a legal option for seeking compensation.

    Better would be to consult a Lawyer & procced accordingly.
    Please read IREF rules | FAQ's

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      thanks for the response
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