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SC directs Mantri Developers to offer possession of apartment in delayed Bengaluru project

Updated: Jan 3

The builder had apparently not handed over flats to buyers who had sought legal remedies for the repeated and lengthy delays in handover of the flats. The order had asked the developer to handover possession of apartments within one week.

The Supreme Court has passed an interim order directing real estate developer Mantri Castles Private Ltd (also known as Mantri Developers) to hand over possession of the Mantri Serenity project to homebuyers in Bengaluru.

"The homebuyers have still not been given possession despite having paid either the full 100 percent or a little less than 100 percent of the agreement amount. The court directs that strictly in terms of the agreement between the parties, the concerned flat/property/premises would be handed over to the concerned appellants within one week," the order dated November 7 said.

The exercise should be completed before the next hearing, it added. The next date of hearing is posted as February 14.

The case, which includes 48 homebuyers, is being argued by advocate Bishwajit Bhattacharyya and is being instructed by advocate Chandrachur Bhattacharyya. Source: #SairamLawAssociates | #LegalServices | #LegalAdvice | #FamilyLaw | #RealEstateLaw | #Divorce | #ChildCustody | #DomesticViolence | #RCR | #Alimony | #Maintenance | #DowryHarassment | #BailMatters | #LegalDraft | #DocumentsVerification | #DVAct | #MarriageRegistrations | #RegisterAMarriage | #KhataTransfers | #PropertyRegistrations | #PropertyDocuments

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