Term Real Estate Development Page 3
Telephone (instrument and sockets)
and polish stains, discolouration, damp patches, undulation and cracks -major and minor,scratches, breaking, chipping or wear out of tiles, insufficient or no polish of marble or wood,this is in respect of: -Walls 1. 2.
Ordinarily the QMS audit prior to handing over should be able to capture informationabout all the defects and deficiencies in finishes, condition and operability of thedifferent features of the building.
Some other problem areas worth taking care of are: working of toilets and kitchenincluding blockage of drains with sand, debris and other construction waste. As apractice plumbers seal the nahney traps with bags to prevent the drains from gettingblocked but do not remove all of them later on.
Placing of Locks
-in (mortice) locks are provided then all the keys (usually three) should be handedover and details of make, no. of keys and serial number should be recorded.
Developers permit limited modifications to the built space as per customerrequirement in respect of the internal layout which does not require any structuralchanges.
They also permit change in sanitary fittings, wall and floor tiles and kitchen platformsand furniture. All this is at a cost to the buyer.
However, no alteration is permitted in respect of the building elevation and façade,including balconies as well as in the surrounding external environment.
Reasons for denial