Disputes are a common occurrence in the real estate sector, and resolving them can be a daunting task. However, the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) has introduced the concept of conciliation to facilitate amicable resolution of disputes between parties. In this article, we will provide you with a comprehensive guide on how to file a conciliation request with MahaRERA.
Before filing a conciliation request, it is important to ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria. The following conditions must be fulfilled:
- The dispute must be related to a registered real estate project.
- The dispute must be between the promoter and the allottee, or between two allottees.
- The dispute must be related to the agreement for sale, conveyance deed, or any other document related to the project.
To file a conciliation request, the following documents must be submitted:
- A written application on plain paper, stating the facts of the dispute and the relief sought.
- A copy of the agreement for sale, conveyance deed, or any other relevant document.
- Proof of payment of the requisite fee.
The following is a step-by-step guide on how to file a conciliation request with MahaRERA:
Step 1: Visit the https://mahareraconciliation.mahaonline.gov.in/ and click on "New Registration."
Step 2: After successfully registering as a user, you can enter the system using your User name and password
Step 3: Click on Accounts after logging into the system, then click on My Profile.
Step 4: Please provide all pertinent information on the form and save profile.
Step 5: To add your Conciliation Request, click Add New Conciliation and fill in the required information.
Step 6: Add a brief description of the listed details and upload the relevant files.
Step 7: Submit the form and documents and click the payment button and complete your transaction
Step 8: Upon receipt of the form, the Conciliation Board will issue a notice to the other party, informing them of the conciliation proceedings.
Step 9: The Conciliation Board will then convene a meeting between the parties to attempt to resolve the dispute amicably.
Step 10: If a settlement is reached, it will be recorded in writing and signed by both parties. The settlement will be binding on both parties.
Step 11: If a settlement is not reached, the dispute will be referred to the Adjudicating Officer for further proceedings.
Filing a conciliation request is a simple and effective way to resolve disputes in the real estate sector. By following the step-by-step guide provided in this article, you can file a conciliation request with MahaRERA and take the first step towards resolving your dispute amicably.
Note: The information provided in this article about Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) is for informational purposes only. It is not intended as legal or professional advice and readers should consult qualified professionals for advice specific to their circumstances.
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