Buyers Seek Handover Of Flats, Co Says Waiting For Sc Order On Plea, ET RealEstate

September 25, 2023

GURUGRAM: A group of homebuyers on Sunday gathered at Greenopolis project site in Sector 89 to enquire about the status of their flats. They urged the developer to complete the project, which is delayed by more than eight years, at the earliest and hand over the flats to them.

Dipika Mohil, one of the homebuyers, said, “We want all allotted apartments of phase-1 handed over to us at the earliest, irrespective of whether they have been allotted to Three C homebuyers or Orris homebuyers. Also, the construction of phases 2 and 3 shall also be completed as early as possible.”

However, the developer — Orris Infrastructure — said some of the homebuyers have approached the Supreme Court in the matter and it is pending consideration.

“The homebuyers on Saturday mailed Orris management that they want to visit the site to which Orris requested them to wait till the outcome of the Supreme Court orders,” the builder said.

Launched in July 2011, Orris Infrastructure entered into an agreement with another builder —Three C— to construct 1,826 flats on 37 acre land in the name of Greenopolis project. However, Three C, despite collecting money, stopped the construction midway.

After several years of litigation by the aggrieved homebuyers, Orris filed an affidavit in the court to take the responsibility to complete the project. In April 2022, Orris committed to complete phases 1, 2 and 3 of the project and hand over the units to the allottees under the supervision of H-Rera.

In a reply to TOI’s query, the developer’s office responded saying, “The protesting homebuyers are part of an association formed on the directions of Three C to tarnish the image of Orris. As per order dated October 7, 2020 passed by H-Rera, Three C has failed everywhere and owes money it has collected from the allottees along with interest. When the developer has not completed the project it has no right on the units of the project. Even the order dated March 29, 2022 passed by NCLT on the directions of order dated July 1, 2021 passed by Supreme court, it held that “sales made by Three C are illegal”.”Orris has so far offered possession to all its 526 homebuyers and around 50 families are residing in the project as on date. Another association — Greenopolis Welfare Confederation (GWC) — which consist of some residents, who are residing in the society alleged Three C abandoned the construction and left them in lurch in 2016, neither they came forward to talk nor returned their money.

  • Published On Sep 25, 2023 at 09:00 AM IST

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