JMD Gardens in sector 33, Gurgaon, had filed a complaint by the Residential Welfare Association of JMD Garden against the builder. The complaint was filed on behalf of 47 members.
Gurugram: The NCDRC (National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission) has directed the JMD a real estate group. NCDRC issued orders to JMD to refund the extra amount charged by the buyers for the super area by adding the area of the balcony.
And, it also ordered to transfer of the occurrence deposit to the Resident’s Welfare Associations (RWA) with IFMS (Interest-Free Maintenance Security Charged).
NCDRC Ordered JMD for Refunds
After the complaints, the builders of JMD Garden gave orders to resolve all the deficiencies in the project, like discharge or seepage. The builders also ordered the construction of a community center and dispensary as per the approved plans of the building.
Now the JMD builders have to provide power backup to every apartment of 6.5 KVA. Also, the NCDRC ordered JMD for refunds the collected amount as PLC (preferential location charges) to all the flats buyers in the L& M block of JMD. And the excess amount is charged as external development charges (EDC) to Resident’s Welfare Associations with an interest rate of 9 percent per annum.
President of RWA, JMD Garden Said
President of RWA, JMD Garden, Raj Kumar said, we have waited for eight years and hail the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission to prevent the buyers against the JMD builders who do not deliver their promises.
He also said we hope that the JMD builder will follow the directions of NCDRC. The builder will take suitable action within six months of the period given by the NCDRC.
Complaint of Residents
As per the complaint of residents, the developer of JMD had charged a noteworthy amount of money for different amenities and facilities that include a school, amphitheater, and shopping complex, among others society, as per the conditions required for the approval of the building plan granted by the department of town and country planning, Chandigarh, Haryana.
However, these amenities and facilities were not provided to the buyers. Also, the owner of JMD, Sunil Bedi, did not respond to calls or text messages.
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