DLF-CCI case: COMPAT expresses concern over flat buyers' woes
When enquired about DLF making payment demands for giving possession, its counsel told the Tribunal that any non-payment of demands raised to customers would not lead to allotment being cancelled at least till the final results of DLF's appeal against the main CCI order of August 2011, wherein a penalty of Rs 630 crore has been imposed on the company.
On allegations made by flat owners that DLF was demanding "unreasonable sums" for giving possession, the tribunal said, "It is not for us to go into that aspect in these appeals at this juncture".
With regard to appeal against CCI's supplementary orders suggesting changes in flat buyers agreement, the Tribunal said these orders would not be operational, as the regulator itself has said that it would be subject to COMPAT's final order.
On January 3, 2013, CCI had passed order amending flat buyer's agreement of DLF's Belaire. Later, it extended the modifications suggested by it to DLF's Park Place and Magnolia projects also through two separate orders on January 10.
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