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    The Central Government of India introduced the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, with the establishment of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) to ensure that the interests of home buyers were protected while boosting the real estate sector in the country.
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    The Central Government of India introduced the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, with the establishment of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) to ensure that the interests of home buyers were protected while boosting the real estate sector in the country. The Government of India has also established the Appellate Tribunal to make sure that cases and complaints filed by aggrieved homebuyers were disposed of as soon as possible after proper scrutinisation.

    As per the RERA Act, all real estate projects and real estate agents are mandatorily required to register with the regulatory authority. The Tamil Nadu Government sanctioned the Tami Nadu Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Rules, 2017 to include the provisions and rules under Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016. The Tamil Nadu Real Estate Regulatory Authority (TNRERA) also monitors the real estate sector in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Hence, RERA Andaman falls under Tamil Nadu RERA. The RERA Act covers all ongoing and future projects. Failure to register with the regulatory authority is a punishable offence and can result in imprisonment or penalty.

    RERA Fees and Charges for Promoters

    Registration Details Fees
    Group-housing Project
    • Rs.5 per sq.m. if the land area is less than 1,000 sq.m.
    • Rs.10 per sq.m. if the land area is more than 1,000 sq.m.
    Mixed-development Project
    • Rs.10 per sq.m. if the land area is less than 1,000 sq.m.
    • Rs.15 per sq.m. if the land area is more than 1,000 sq.m. (not exceeding Rs.7 lakh)
    Commercial Project
    • Rs.20 per sq.m. if the land area is less than 1,000 sq.m.
    • Rs.25 per sq.m. if the land area is more than 1,000 sq.m. (not exceeding Rs.10 lakh)
    Plotted-development Project Rs.5 per sq.m. (not exceeding Rs.2 lakh)

    RERA Fees and Charges for Real Estate Agents

    Type of Applicant Fees
    Individual Rs.10,000
    Other than an Individual Rs.50,000

    RERA Office Address

    Tamil Nadu Real Estate Regulatory RERA Rules in ReAuthority (TNRERA), 1st Floor, No.1A, Gandhi Irwin Bridge Road, Egmore, Chennai – 600008.

    RERA Rules in Regional Language Download Link

    Download the Rera Rules in Regional Language

    RERA Approved Projects

    1. Project Registration Number- AN/Building/0226/2018 dated 11/07/2018
    2. Name and Address- M/s. GANGOTHRI BUILDERS AND TRADERS, No.77, Near Andaman Blessing Church, Opp. Poly Main Gate, Dollygunj, Port Blair – 744105, South Andaman
    3. Details of the Project and Address- Construction of stilt floor along with triple-storey residential building with 24 dwelling units comprised in S. No. 77 of Pahargaon village, Port Blair, South Andaman
    4. Project Approval Details- Approved by Chief Engineer & Town Planner, APWD, Andaman & Nicobar Administration, Approved No. 322/2017 dated 12-03-2018, File No. TP-21(PP)/C.E./2017/322/Port Blair dated 12-03-2018 and Building Official, Municipal Council, Port Blair, Approval No. 5586, F. No. 10-4212/BID/BO/MC/208 dated 06-04-2018
    5. Project Completion Date- 05/04/2020

    How Promoters can Register Projects under RERA Andaman as an Individual

    Step 1: Visit Rera Andaman Website for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands RERA home page.

    Visit the website

    Step 2: Click on ‘Andaman’ icon under ‘Online Registration for Projects’ at the top-right corner of the page to redirect you to the ‘Application for Registration of Projects by the Promoter’ webpage. Read the important points mentioned on the page.

    Click on Andaman icon

    Step 3: Keep the following scanned documents ready before you proceed to the next step:

    • PAN Card.
    • Aadhaar Card.
    • Bank Certificate in Proforma as given in TNRERA website.
    • Proforma Allotment Letter.
    • Audited Balance Sheet.
    • Photographs of the applicant.
    • Form B.
    • Planning Permission Approval Letter.
    • Planning Permit.
    • Building License Letter.
    • Approved Plan with Local Body Seal.
    • Patta/PLR (or) Document.
    • EC (Encumbrance Certificate received within 30 days prior to the application for registration.
    • Structural Stability Certificate.
    • Plan of Development Works
    • Passport size photographs of the applicant

    Once you have the scanned copies of all the above-mentioned documents, click on ‘Proceed After Keeping Ready The Above’ icon towards the end of the same page after which you will be redirected to the ‘Real Estate Project Registration’ webpage.

    click on Proceed

    Step 4: Choose the type of promoter i.e. ‘Individual’ in this case, on the Registration Form and enter your Email ID/Registration Number.

    Choose the type of promoter

    Step 5: Click ‘Next’ to redirect you to the Form ‘A” webpage.

    Click Next

    Step 6: Enter all the required inputs such as Promoter Details, Financial Indicators, Previous Project Details and upload your passport size photograph. Click on the ‘Next’ icon to proceed once you have filled in all the details.

    Step 7: Similarly enter your project details and upload the scanned supporting documents to proceed to the payment gateway.

    Step 8: Once the payment has been confirmed, you will be provided with a registration number for the project registered.

    How Promoters can Register Projects under RERA Andaman as a Company

    Step 1:Visit Rera Webpage for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands RERA home page.

    Visit the website

    Step 2: Click on ‘Andaman’ icon under ‘Online Registration for Projects’ at the top-right corner of the page to redirect you to the ‘Application for Registration of Projects by the Promoter’ webpage. Read the important points mentioned on the page.

    Click on Andaman icon

    Step 3: Keep the following scanned documents ready before you proceed to the next step:

    • PAN Card.
    • Aadhaar Card.
    • Bank Certificate in Proforma as given in TNRERA website.
    • Proforma Allotment Letter.
    • EC (Encumbrance Certificate received within 30 days prior to the application for registration.
    • Structural Stability Certificate.
    • Plan of Development Works
    • Passport size photographs of the Chairman or the Governing Body/Partner/Director
    • Audited Balance Sheet.
    • Photographs of the applicant.
    • Form B.
    • Planning Permission Approval Letter.
    • Planning Permit.
    • Building License Letter.
    • Approved Plan with Local Body Seal.
    • Patta/PLR (or) Document.

    Once you have the scanned copies of all the above-mentioned documents, click on ‘Proceed After Keeping Ready The Above’ icon towards the end of the same page after which you will be redirected to the ‘Real Estate Project Registration’ webpage.

    click on Proceed

    Step 4: Choose the type of promoter i.e. ‘Societies/Company/Partnership Firm/Competent Authority/Limited Liability Partnership/Trust’, on the Registration Form and enter the Business Email ID/Registration Number.

    Choose the type of promoter

    Step 5: Click ‘Next’ to redirect you to the Form ‘A” webpage.

    Click Next

    Step 6: Enter all the required details and upload the necessary documents and photographs. Click on the ‘Next’ icon to proceed once you have filled in all the details.

    Step 7: Enter the details of the concerned project details and upload the scanned supporting documents to proceed to the payment gateway webpage.

    Step 8: You will be provided with a registration number for the project registered once the payment has been confirmed.

    How to View RERA Registered Projects in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

    Step 1: Visit Rera Andaman Website.

    Visit the website

    Step 2: Click on ‘Registered Projects’ in the Menu Tab and select ‘Andaman’ to redirect you to the RERA registered projects webpage.

    Click on Registered Projects

    Step 3: Click on ‘2018’ icon to view the projects under RERA Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

    Click on 2018 icon

    Step 4: The list of projects registered with the Regulatory Authority will be as shown below:

    Shows the list of projects registered

    How to View RERA Registered Real Estate Agents in RERA Andaman and Nicobar Islands

    Step 1: Visit Rera Site

    Visit the Website

    Step 2: Click on ‘Registered Real Estate Agents’ in the Menu Tab and select ‘Andaman’ to redirect you to the RERA registered real estate agents webpage.

    Click on Registered Real Estate Agents

    Step 3: Choose the year you wish to see the list of real estate agents registered for.

    Choose the year

    Step 4: The list of real estate agents registered with the Regulatory Authority during the particular year will be as shown below:

    Shows the list of projects registered

    How to File Complaints under RERA Andaman and Nicobar Islands

    Step 1: Visit website for the RERA Andaman and Nicobar Islands home page.

    Visit the website

    Step 2: Click on ‘Online Registration – Complaint' at the top-right corner of the page to redirect you to the complaints webpage.

    Click on Online Registration Complaint

    Step 3: Click on ‘Proceed for Online Registration’ to redirect you to the complaint registration form.

    Click on Proceed for Online Registration

    Step 4: Enter the required details and upload the scanned supporting documents. Once done, click on ‘Submit’ to register your complaint with the Regulatory Authority.

    FAQ’s

    1. What are the objectives of the Regulatory Authority?

    The important objectives of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority are as follows:

    • To ensure that the consumer interests are protected.
    • To improve transparency and bring down delays and fraudulent activities in the real estate sector.
    • To make sure that the information is shared between the allottee and the promoter
    • To establish Appellate Tribunals to speed up dispute of cases and complaints.
    • To govern the real estate industry to improve investments in the sector.

    2. What is the completion certificate and the occupancy certificate?

    The ‘Occupancy Certificate’ and ‘Completion Certificate’ is defined under Section 2 (zf) and Section (q) of the RERA Act respectively. Completion Certificate is the document certifying the completion of an entire project as per the approved plan, layout plan and specifications, as sanctioned by the competent authority. The ‘Occupancy Certificate’, on the other hand, certifies that the project available for occupying includes all basic civic infrastructure with access to water, electricity and sanitation, making the apartment habitable.

    3. What is the ‘estimated cost of the real estate project’?

    As per Section 2 (v), the estimated cost of the real estate project is defined as the total cost required for the development of the project. The total cost also includes land cost, taxes, and other applicable taxes.

    4. Do real estate agents fall under the ambit of the regulatory authority?

    Yes, real estate agents are covered under the Act. As per Section 2 (zm), all agencies facilitating sale and purchase of real estate agencies should be registered with the regulatory authority. Furthermore, online portals involved in the sale and purchase of plots and apartments are also covered under the Act.

    5. When can a promoter start advertising the sale of his project?

    As per Section 3 (1), a promoter can begin advertising his/her project for sale only after the concerned real estate projects have been registered with the Regulatory Authority.

    6. Is it mandatory to get the promoters’ accounts audited?

    Yes, according to the third provision of Section 4(2)(1)(D), it is mandatory for the promoter to get his/her accounts audited within the completion of 6 months after the end of every financial year. A chartered account shall provide a certified statement of the promoter’s accounts after verifying the fact that the amounts collected for the concerned project has not been used for any other purpose other than the development of the project.

    7. Can the Regulatory Authority extend the period of registration granted to a real estate project?

    As per Section 6, there are only two instances where the period of registration granted by the regulatory authority can be extended. The registration can be extended be in the case of force majeure i.e. calamities such as flood, drought, fire, cyclone, earthquake, war, etc. The extension of registration can also be granted if the promoter provides reasonable circumstances where the promoter is not at fault. However, the period of extension for the registration is limited to 1 year under the Act.

    8. What is the ‘Agreement for Sale’?

    The ‘Agreement for Sale’ is an important document that is entered into between the allottee and the promoter. The agreement binds both the parties to the provisions mentioned in the document.

      

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