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Author Topic: Builder did not share authority letter and his men are sending letters  (Read 424 times)

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Offline rmhd23

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Hello everyone,

We, flat owners, are in dispute with a builder due to negligence in maintenance and not providing amenities as part of agreement. He has taken money for parking and did not return money of few flat owners so majority flat owners stopped paying maintenance, we sent a letter to builder regarding this but we got a letter from builder's employee stating our agreement is terminated with just a sign present and no name present besides 'for builder'. The builder cannot terminate agreement unilaterally however I wanted to know if builder's men can correspond with us without sharing the authority letter especially when it's about terminating agreement etc? There are 3-4 people signing on the letter and none of the signatures are of the builder. We are approaching the consumer court so wanted to know if this is something which we can bring up?

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Dear Sir,

As you approaching the consumer court, please put all your problems and relief in the said case against the builder. Who is sending the letter does not matter when the letter is sent on behalf of the builder terminating the agreement. Please put everything with all the relief in the consumer court case.

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jai bansal
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You have not explained your matter elaborately. It is very tough to answer your query on prediction and assumption. If you have registered your flat then most of the rights to claim from builder will be ceased under transfer of property act but at a same time consumer protection act opens another door to some extend. So, you whatever you are alleging against the builder that must be under the purview of consumer protection.
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