The Apex court on 2nd November,2020 dismissed the appeal of Imperia structures limited Vs Anil Patni & Another against order passed by the National Consumer Dispute Resolution Council when the jurisdiction of NCDRC to entertain the complain in view of the registration under the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) was subject matter of challenge. The Apex court held that It has consistently been held by this Court that the remedies available under the provisions of the CP Act are additional remedies over and above the other remedies including those made available under any special statutes; and that the availability of an alternate remedy is no bar in entertaining a complaint under the CP Act. This judgement will be helpful in all cases where builders are not giving flats and it is advisable to file complaint with consumer forum also in addition to RERA/HIRA.
|Section(s):||Section 23 of the Consumer Protection Act and Section 79 of RERA|
|Counsel(s):||Advocate Vikas Singh and Advocate Priyanjali Singh|
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|Uploaded By||CA Ramesh Patodia|
|Date of upload:||November 2, 2020|