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No Room For Delay

RERA implementation should be taken up swiftly across all states as slow execution defeats its broad purpose of helping homebuyers.

The introduction of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA), 2016, is a watershed development as it has brought the hitherto unregulated sector under the regulated ambit. For a sector with no precedence of a dedicated tribunal, it means a significant granular change at the national and state governance level. The aim is to provide transparency and order to the sector and redress

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