Aruna Nanda who had purchased a flat in Supertech’s project Eco Village at Greater Noida extension in 2010 took a remarkable step and forced the Builder to payback her money.
Supertech Limited has been asked to payback Rs. 40.98 lakh within three months by the Delhi State Consumer Redressal Commission to a homebuyer for delaying in giving possession of the flat in Greater Noida.
The court quoted that “There is frequent change in the flat booked by complainant, area and cost of the flat. That too without the consent of the complainant. Supertech has no right to unilaterally change the number of the flat, size and price. While decreasing area, the builder enhanced the price…
“After considering the rival submission I feel that complainant cannot be forced to accept possession after about seven years. There is no fault on the part of complainant. If Supertech had not been able to complete its project within time stipulated, it has to suffer and none else,” the bench presided by Member O P Gupta said.
The builder said “ due to slumps in market we are not in position to refund the amount and we have already invested a lot of amount in this project.