Hc judg­ment high­lights

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Au­thor­ity-builder nexus: Ex­am­in­ing why the Noida Au­thor­ity didn’t act against the de­vel­oper af­ter is­su­ing no­tices, the court said, “The rea­son is writ large, as the re­spon­dent/com­pany and Noida au­thor­ity are hand in glove.”

Build­ing reg­u­la­tions vi­o­lated: “The case at hand is not vi­o­la­tion of sanc­tioned map by the re­spon­dent­com­pany but it is a case of vi­o­la­tion of build­ing reg­u­la­tions by Noida Au­thor­ity, in col­lu­sion with the re­spon­dent-com­pany, in sanc­tion­ing the map …”says the High Court

Dis­tance of 16 me­tres a must: The High Court, af­ter con­sid­er­ing the build­ing reg­u­la­tions of Noida Au­thor­ity and norms of Na­tional Build­ing Code 2005, held that the dis­tance be­tween two build­ing blocks should be 16 me­tres

Strict ac­tion against vi­o­la­tions: Il­le­gal and unau­tho­rised con­struc­tions are ram­pant with the con­nivance of the of­fi­cials of de­vel­op­ment au­thor­ity and such ac­tiv­i­ties are re­quired to be dealt with by firm hand, says the High Court

Planned de­vel­op­ment an ul­ti­mate aim: The court says that un­law­ful con­struc­tions in vi­o­la­tion of build­ing reg­u­la­tions is def­i­nitely against pub­lic in­ter­est and haz­ardous for the safety of oc­cu­piers and res­i­dents of mul­ti­storeyed build­ings/group hous­ing

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