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REAL ESTATE LAW IN INDIA

 
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INDIAN STANDARD'S LAW (BIS)
  The Real Estate sector is augmenting by leaps and bounds in India and the widespread view of skyscrapers and tall buildings all around is a testimony to the same. The amplified investment and advancement being witnessed in the Real Estate sector prompted the Indian Government to formulate laws and rules for appropriate regulation of the Real Estate business in India.

The disputes arising in the Real Estate sector were earlier being redressed under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, Indian Contract Act and the Competition Act, 2000. The presence of a robust and special law to protect the interests of consumers in this sector was incumbent based on numerous factors like absence of any specific law to protect consumer interest, non- negotiable or one- sided developer agreements, lack of transparency, delayed delivery of projects, fund diversion, alleged unscrupulous activities of the real estate agents etc.

In pursuance of the aforesaid, the Government formulated the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013 which received the assent of both houses of Parliament, and was enacted after receiving the assent of the President on March 26, 2016. The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 is thereby in force.

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