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RERA Complaint in Madhya Pradesh

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 is an Act of the Indian Parliament that seeks to protect real estate buyers and help increase investment in the real estate industry. The bill was passed by Rajya Sabha on 10 March 2016 and Lok Sabha on 15 March 2016.

The Act came into effect on 1 May 2016 with 69 of 92 sections being introduced. Intergovernmental and federal governments are responsible for introducing the Act under a six-month legal period. This action has been carried out in response to increasing complaints against home builders or developers and real estate agents. These complaints are mainly about the late acquisition of the house by the buyer, the misconduct of the promoters after the signing of the agreement and many other such matters. RERA is a government organization whose sole purpose is to protect the interests of consumers and to pave the way for promoters and real estate agents to have access to quality services.

Components of RERA Madhya Pradesh

Real Estate Regulatory Authority and Appellate Tribunal

The Madhya Pradesh government has the appropriate government under the Madhya Pradesh State Act in section 2 subsection (g) of the Act. Exercising the powers conferred on the third provision in subsection (1) of section 20 and the first provision of subsection (4) of section 43 of the Act [1], the Madhya Pradesh Government has appointed a Permanent Secretary, Urban and Housing Development Department, .

The Appellate Tribunal will hear appeals from decisions, directions, and instructions of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority. If any person is aggrieved by a directive or order or decision made by the Authority or a judicial officer, he or she may apply for an appeal to the Appeal Tribunal.

Complaints made at RERA Madhya Pradesh

  • Any aggrieved person can lodge a RERA complaint with Madhya Pradesh RERA or a judicial officer regarding a registered housing registration project. Complaints may be lodged for any violation or breach of the provisions of the Act or the laws and regulations made under it.

  • Any person who is aggrieved by a decision or direction or order made by Madhya Pradesh RERA or by a judicial officer may apply to the Appellate Tribunal.

  • Any person who is aggrieved by a decision or order of the Appellate Tribunal may apply to the High Court.

Procedure to lodge a complaint with RERA Madhya Pradesh

Step 1: Go to the registration of complaints in the RERA Madhya Pradesh section via the website and select the complaint option before RERA or before the adjudicating authority.

Step 2: The form can be completed online with all the information required to be included in the grievance column and also required specification of whether the project is registered at RERA Madhya Pradesh or not.

Step 3: Complainant details, address, and contact details are mandatory fields that need to be completed correctly.

Step 4: Fill in the respondent's details, address, and other details of the complaint stating the assistance required by RERA there.

Step 5: After submitting the supporting documents, the person must make an online payment or bank account of Rs. 1000 / - and then announce and confirm the approval by clicking on the submit button.

Step 6: Save the reference number for use in the future.

Complaint Fees

Complaint before Authority Rs.1,000/-

Complaint before Appellate Authority Rs.5,000/-

Complaint Registration Form

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Official Website

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