Saturday, October 24, 2015

Payment Default in and around Delhi -

Flat Buyers who have been irregular paymasters or those who had defaulted in the staggered payments to the builders in the last two years and during the period when the NGT issue over the Okhla Bird Sanctuary Eco-sensitive zone was subjudice, will now find it difficult to demand the apartments from builders at the old or booked price as the sale agreement is not enforceable not.

The prices of most of the apartments have shot up, and now with most apartments nearing completion; builders would find it much more lucrative to refund buyers and resale the apartments are higher prices.

Besides, the buyers now having to procure those flats will have to pay interests between 18-20 per cent on the amount due to the builders to regularise the payments and lay claims to the apartments. But, it all depends upon a particular builder if he wants to oblige a defaulted buyer at all.

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Sewage Treatment Plant and Rain Water Harvesting is Mandatory in Bangalore for apartment complex with or more than 5 Apartments

The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), in its board meeting  approved the proposal, to make mini STP plants mandatory to apartments/flats with or more than 5 flats and Rain Water Harvesting , the proposal has been sent to Urban Development Department (UDD) for approval.

Sunday, October 4, 2015


The Hindu Succession (Amendment ) Act, 2005 has been repealed, but it does not take  away the status of a coparcener conferred on a daughter giving equal rights, with the son, in ancestral properties.
          The Repealing and Amending Act, 2015, which repeals the Hindu Succession Act (Amendment) Act, 2005, does not wipe out the amendment to Section 6 from the Hindu Succession Act.
Section 6 of the Act remains intact.
          There were confusion regarding the  repealing of the (Amendment) 2005 Act in May 2015, contentions were raised in several pending partition-related litigations that equal rights conferred on a daughter through the 2005 Act was taken away by the repealing action of 2015. But, The 2005 amendment Act had substituted Section 6 of the 1956 Act and hence amendment was embodied in the original Act as it existed from 1956.

          A Division Bench comprising Justice N. Kumar and Justice G. Narendar said the “main object of the Repealing and Amending Act, 2015, is only to strike out the unnecessary Acts and excise dead matter from the statute book in order to lighten the burden of the ever-increasing spate of legislation, and to remove confusion from the public mind”.

Thursday, October 1, 2015


The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board has formed a team of officials ( Citizens know the purpose) to check the Sewage Treatment Plants in and around the Bellandur Lake Area, for the purpose of reporting only. (the business begins later on with the issue of notices)

No remedial action will be taken.

It is a fact that many of the stp units does not function at all and some does not exist at all.  All the surrounding villages have been discharging the toxic effluents to this lake and finally due to citizens memorandum, some of the Government departments are unwillingly forced or compelled to check to levy the blame.  The blame game goes on and on.

It is said that over few thousand concerned citizens have signed the online petition.

All the persons/organisations who have signed the petition must be invited to join hands in the cleaning up the mess with physical effort and financial assistance, for the success.

BBMP-Planning to regularise(convert) B Katha to A Katha

The BBMP has sent a proposal to the State Government of Karnataka to regularise (convert) B katha properties (vacant properties-without an...