Delayed possession of built apartments is, unfortunately, a common malaise that exists and troubles many. The sister duo Smriti and Aakriti Morani thought it was the most sensible decision of their life when they put in a huge amount into a comfortably sized apartment on the outskirts of Ahmedabad. Living far away in the town of Trussville in England for the past twenty-five years, they had been looking forward to having a home to come back to. The builder had assured them a possession in a year’s time. However, five years down the line too, their status was only that of troubled, tense, confused women trying to understand the delays that their builder cited. Needless to say, besides the monetary loss they faced, they were two very mentally stressed women.
Finally, word of mouth brought them to the Birmingham NRI Legal Services office and got to speak to real estate lawyers. They have all the knowledge in the real estate, also how and where to invest. They told them what problems existed and why the real estate lawyers also told them why did the project, the two sisters invested in near Ahmedabad could not offer possession. To begin with, they were relieved that respite was indeed available for them. Expert lawyers explained to them that filing consumer complaints with the State Consumer Commissions was the first step. In fact, it would be the quickest legal path to deal with defrauding developers and builders. Consumer courts in India have now become more aggressive and efficient.
Moreover, complete representation is provided by the company throughout the matter. All this happens without an overseas citizen having to travel to India. In this case, online case management systems helped the two sisters to keep track of the progress of their case till the date it was resolved and they got their rights restored.
NRI Legal services is a global organisation and have more than 400 real estate lawyers across India to provide reliable and ethical legal services.