Today, it has become very difficult for the common man to build a house with space. Instead, he finds it more convenient to get a flat. For that he has to rely on many schemes in his area. At such times the builder makes attractive photos of large buildings, swimming pools, dispensaries, gardens, etc. So customers need to be very careful when buying a flat. Own home, flat happens once in a lifetime. The transaction of the flat involves the flat holder as well as other important persons. The owner of the land, the promoter, the builder and the flat holder are the other tenants, the person is the power of attorney holder.
It is necessary to see whether construction of this land is permitted under the Maximum Land Act. Then see if there is a reservation at this place. It is also important to look at whether the government has allowed non-agricultural use of land. Seven-twelve of this land or a new copy of the City Survey, the map should be brought by the flat holder himself to this office. This transcript is an important document regarding legal rights to land. Any citizen can get the transcript of any place by filling in the appropriate size and obtaining a written application from the office. Who owns the land in question, how many people currently own the land, how much land they own. If there are different numbers of places, whether they have been consolidated, what is the actual area of the place, what are the adjacent places, what part they have in common, all these information can be found from this record and map. If the title of the owner who allows the builder to develop the land is not clear, then he does not have the right to develop the land or construct the building.
Information about debt, burden, mortgage on this place can also be found from this record. If the site belongs to a Hindu family, then all the stakeholders should agree on the construction of the site. If there is ignorance in the family, an order has to be brought from the court. The land on which the building is to be constructed and the person who is going to give the land to be developed, has the legal right to sell the land, to build it, to give it for development.
According to the law, it is mandatory for the builder to obtain the attorneys’ certificate regarding the true status of the property after studying all the information and evidence of the property for the last 30 years with respect to the ownership of the land and attaching it to the contract. If the lawyer has given false information or misleading certificate, he is also liable for further action. According to the Maharashtra Regional Town Planning Act, as well as the standard bye-laws prepared by the concerned Municipalities and Municipal Corporations, there are several rules for the construction of buildings. It is necessary to give permission and sanction to start construction while giving permission by local self-governing bodies. But many of the rules do not seem to be followed.
The rules include the height of the building, how much space should be left in the building as a whole, whether there is space for parking, not only the number of steps to the stairs, the height of the wires around the building, whether the fire authority has taken permission This includes where the bathroom should be. Details of this can be obtained from the local self-governing body. What kind of doors, what kind of doors, windows, wood or iron, what kind of kitchen, what kind of windows, what kind of cupboards, what kind of fan, geyser, light connection to be provided by the builder, other information required in the house should be signed by the builder.
Courtesy : maharashtratimes.com