Amrapali Flat Case Update: Amrapali : SC gives 15 days time to Amrapali homebuyers, said – make payment otherwise allotment may be cancelled, Amrapali case Supreme Court asks homebuyers to register pay up in 15 days
The bench said that final notice should be given to these home buyers
- Over 9,500 home buyers did not come forward to claim their flats
- 15 days to fill in your details and start making payments
- Failure to do so will result in being declared a defaulter.
New Delhi: The problems of those taking flats in Amrapali project are increasing, according to the latest update, the Supreme Court has asked 9,538 buyers of Amrapali to fill their details on the website of the court receiver and start payment. They have been given 15 days to do the same and it is being told that if they are not able to do so, then the court receiver can cancel their allotment.
The Supreme Court was informed on Friday that over 9,500 home buyers have not come forward to claim their flats in various housing projects of Amrapali. The Supreme Court has given 15 days to 9,538 Amrapali homebuyers to fill in their details on the court receiver’s website and start making payments, failing which the receiver will be free to cancel the allotment.
Failure to do so will result in him being declared a defaulter.
Justice U.U. Lalit and Ajay Rastogi said that the homebuyers who have not filled the customer’s data on the website of the court receiver and have not paid any amount, will be given 15 days by the court receiver, failing which they will be declared as defaulter. and their assets will be treated as unsold inventory.
“The next step would be to cancel their allotment”
The Supreme Court allowed the petition of the court-appointed receiver to treat these flats as unsold goods, and if no one comes forward to claim them, the next step is to cancel their allotment and The remaining unfinished projects should be auctioned to raise funds for construction.
“Final notice should be given to these home buyers”
The bench further said that final notice should be given to these home buyers and if they do not come forward to claim these flats within 15 days, the receiver can proceed to cancel the allotment. Note that these flats could be benami or fake bookings, as per the court-appointed forensic audit report. The court said the issue of 6,210 homebuyers who have availed the subvention scheme facility and are finding it difficult, will be separately addressed. The next date of hearing is August 27.
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