Builders - Non delivery of flat

Dear Consumers, Whenever there is a violation/breach of condition committed by the builder do not delay and issue a letter by you mentioning the details. If you not do so that means you have accepted it and no body can to your rescue at later date. In case of non - delivery of flat you are suppose to put it in writing and issue the letter to the builder by taking proper acknowledgement. During the discussions if you find the reasons are genuine and reasonable you may give the maximum of 3 months to complete the job. If still the delivery has not taken place pl do issue a legal notice followed by filing a complaint in the consumer forum of your area. otherwise you will get blamed even by the court at some point of time for not acting at the right time. more  

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Can I approach local(Mumbai) consumer Forum for my complaint related to Lucknow more  
As informed by Venkateswararao, the points are noted .As and when required those points can be taken care off.New legislation by Govt shall be useful if properly followed G.K.Naidu, Hyderabad more  
Vatika builder promised to give possession in 3- years in sec 82 F, vatika india next at GURGAON. Even after 5years & 6 month, foundation work yet to start. Regularly we send e-MAILS & VISITING their office ,complaining the delay. Every time they tell different story. Is there any forum for consumer redresal apart from consumer court? I heard about Shri. Subramani swamy formed a forum. Any one of our circle give the contact details of such organisation. Is there any group formed to protest against Vatika builder? more  
Percentage-wise, delay in completion and handing over possession of the flats as per schedule is happening with the big builders and not small ones. The problem arises when you want to meet the top man to ire your grievances of delay or for that matter any other issue. This does not happen with small builders who are always available to you to meet them. What we normally do is to accept and sign any legal document placed before us by BIG BUILDERS not questioning about its contents, thus getting into agree to their whims and fancies of escalating prices, applying force majeaure clause et al. That's where we error. This, we don't do when dealing with small builders whom normally we don't trust and get the documents checked by our legal advisers. . BIG BUILDERS take advantage and cover with their brand names and avoid meeting the customers (by their top cadre) months together thus, knowingly, postponing the issue. Now with the new legislation being passed by the Central Government, everyone would come into its purview and may be, there should be some solace to the issue. more  
Food Corporation of India introduced a medical health scheme for retired employees. One month salary last drawn is collected to join the scheme. People have paid more than Rs 50,000/- The scheme entails treatment to the employee and spouse in ANY PRIVATE HOSPITAL IN INDIA. Cost up to Rs 1 lakh to 1.5 Lakh is reimbursable. But Coimbatore office of Food Corporation of India restricts the reimbursement to the CGHS rates even when the hospital where treatment taken has not entered into any agreement with Food Corporation of India to offer CHGS rates. Retired employees believed this scheme and did not take any medical insurance policy and are now suffering. No letter is answered. No reply is given. A Central Government Organization is behaving like this' more  
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