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  • RERA Uttarakhand

    The real estate sector in India was unregulated with regard to customer protection up until the formation of RERA. RERA has been established in several states of India and is expected to cause a boom in the real estate industry going forward. This act intends to safeguard investors from fraud, delay in projects, etc.

    Functions of RERA

    • Ensures that developers and builders register projects in the RERA website, providing all necessary details
    • Ensures all agents are registered in the website
    • Acts as a body to dispute against complaints and grievances

    RERA Uttarakhand Contact information

    Rajeev Gandhi Complex

    Near Tehsil, Dispensary Road,

    Dehradun – Uttarakhand, 248001

    Phone number: 0135 – 2719500

    Email ID: uhudauk@gmail.com, info@uhuda.org.in

    RERA Uttarakhand fee for developers

    Projects Details Registration fee
    Project registration fee for group housing projects Rs.10 per square meter capped at a maximum fee of Rs.5 lakh
    Project registration fee for mixed development projects Rs.15 per square meter capped at a maximum fee of Rs.7 lakh
    Project registration fee for commercial projects Rs.20 per square meter capped at a maximum fee of Rs.10 lakh
    Project registration fee for plotted development projects Rs.5 per square meter capped at a maximum fee of Rs.2 lakh

    FAQ Related to RERA Uttarakhand

    1. What is the meaning of the term promoter?
    2. Any person that builds or develops a plot or building or apartment with the intention to sell it are called promoters.

    3. What is the difference between occupancy certificate and completion certificate?
    4. An occupancy certificate is a certificate that is provided after the building is deemed as habitable. This is provided after the provision of water, electricity, etc. A completion certificate, on the other hand, is provided after the completion of the project and it states that it has been completed as per the plan sanctioned at the time of registration.

    5. Does the act cover incomplete or ongoing projects?
    6. All projects including ongoing an incomplete projects are covered under the RERA act.

    7. When can the promoter start advertising his project?
    8. A promoter can begin advertising a project for sale after he/she has registered with RERA.

    9. Within what period is RERA required to register a project?
    10. As per the act, RERA should register the project within 30 days of receiving the application.

    11. Is it mandatory for a promoter to audit his accounts?
    12. As per the act, a promoter should have his account audited within 6 months after the end of a financial year.

    13. What is the penalty for violating any of the regulations by the promoter?
    14. The promoter is liable to pay a fee of up to 5% of the projected cost of the development.


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