Ext of Time For Deposit of Title Deeds as per Order Dated 06.10.2021(17.08.2021)

Published 2018-12-03 22:30

The Hon'ble Supreme Court in the ongoing litigation in the Unitech matter lead matter being Civil Appeal No. 10856 of 2016 on 17.08.2021 has passed the following order:- Extension of Time till 19.10.2021 as per order dt 06.10.2021.

"There are several homebuyers who have been refunded the full principal amount but have not handed over their title documents alongwith NOC's. They shall do so on or before 19.10.2021. They are put to notice that failing this, such units shall be deemed to have been surrendered and be included in the unsold inventory"

That the said order is self explanatory and therefore it is requested that all the homebuyers who have received the refund of full principal amount, they shall deposit the title deeds with NOC's at the office of Amicus so that the same can be deposited with the registry of the Hon'ble Supreme Court.

Office address of Amicus:-

B-3, Sagar Apartments
6, Tilak Marg, New Delhi
Opp. Tilak Marg Police Station.
NOTE: "TITLE DEEDS" means provisional allotment letter, builder buyer agreement, receipts etc and
"NOC "shall mean no Objection from Bank or other Financial or non financial institution if any loan was taken against the said property.

Information and Documents Required to Sumbit Claim

Published 2017-09-22 17:05

Please keep the following documents and information ready before you begin the registration process:

  1. Attested Affidavit of a Notary (on Rs 10 or more stamp paper) stating therein whether the buyer wants “Refund” or “Possession”, also mentioning requisite details of Flat / Villa / Plot allotted, project name and amount paid. Any person making an Affidavit on the basis of Power of Attorney (POA) needs to upload the same along with the Affidavit.
  2. Scanned copy of Letter of Allotment (one page only) and if the Flat / Villa / Plot is further resold, also a scanned copy of the "Resale Endorsement" page.
  3. Scanned copy of the buyer's Photo ID (any one of the following: Aadhar Card, PAN Card or Passport).

A claim once submitted cannot be edited via the portal. All information and documents must be submitted at one go.

Buyers who have manually submitted their Affidavit

Published 2017-09-22 03:52

Those buyers who have submitted their Affidavit to the amicus curiae, Mr. Pawanshree Agrawal, prior to this website going online on 21.9.17 are also required to submit the same via this website.