Allotment letter shows builder agreed to sell: MahaRERA


When a homebuyer complained to housing regulator MahaRERA about delayed possession and sought refund with interest on his payment, the builder contended that there was no agreement of sale and no agreed date of possession, so the complaint was not maintainable. But the authority, based on the allotment letter and other documents, stated that it was sufficient to show that the developer had agreed to sell the flat. MahaRERA asked the developer to refund the amount paid by the homebuyer along with interest. Manish Mody had complained against Skyline Construction Co over its project in Goregaon. He alleged that flat possession was promised in December 2017. But he hadn't received it and hence was seeking refund.