‘No change in real es­tate law’, says Puri

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The govern­ment ruled out any amend­ment to the real es­tate reg­u­la­tion law (RERA) de­spite de­mands by the builders’ lobby for changes in cer­tain pro­vi­sions in the act. The Cen­tre has also set a June 30 dead­line for states to amend the “di­lu­tions” in the no­ti­fied rules to bring all in­com­plete projects un­der reg­u­la­tion.

June 30 has also been set as the dead­line for es­tab­lish­ing per­ma­nent reg­u­la­tors and start web­sites and tri­bunals as pre­scribed in the law, sources said. While chair­ing the first cen­tral ad­vi­sory coun­cil meet­ing of RERA, Union hous­ing and ur­ban af­fairs min­is­ter Hardeep Singh Puri re­port­edly said there is no ques­tion of amend­ing any pro­vi­sion, though govern­ment is open to any sug­ges­tions from all stake­hold­ers.

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