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The Maharashtra Ownership Flat
Act 1963 (MOFA)
According to Circular Dated 9th July2016, Issued By The
Maharashtra StatePolice Department,The Govt Has
ImplementedThe Mah...
Some Of The
Violations On Which
Police Can Act Are:
Possession Of Flat Is Not Given
On The Promised Date..
Occupation Certificate Is Not
Obtained Before The Date Of
Possession.
Some Of The
Violations On Which
Police Can Act Are:
Some Of The Violations
On Which Police Can Act
Are:
The BMC Approved Plan Is Not
Displayed At The Site.
Some Of The
Violations On Which
Police Can Act Are:
On Receipt Of 20% Of The Cost
Of Flat, If The Agreement Is Not
Execute...
Some Of The
Violations On Which
Police Can Act Are:
If The Amount Received From
The Buyer Is Not Deposited In
Bank In Sepa...
Some Of The
Violations On Which
Police Can Act Are:
If The Construction Is Not As
Per The Approved Plan.
Some Of The Violations
On Which Police Can Act
Are:
If Application For Formation Of
Housing Society Is Not Put Up
Within 4...
Some Of The Violations
On Which Police Can Act
Are:
If The Conveyance Of Land &
Building Is Not Done Within 4
Months Of Re...
*Issued in Public Interest So That Society
Members / Flat Buyers Know Their Rights & Are
Not Cheated In Any Transactions.
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All You Need to Know About Maharashtra Ownership Flat Act 1963 (MOFA 1963)

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According to Circular Dated 9th July 2016, Issued By The Maharashtra State Police Department, The Govt Has Implemented The Maharashtra Ownership Flat Act-1963 ( MOFA) & the MRTP Act 1966

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All You Need to Know About Maharashtra Ownership Flat Act 1963 (MOFA 1963)

  1. 1. The Maharashtra Ownership Flat Act 1963 (MOFA)
  2. 2. According to Circular Dated 9th July2016, Issued By The Maharashtra StatePolice Department,The Govt Has ImplementedThe Maharashtra Ownership FlatAct-1963 ( MOFA) & theMRTPAct 1966. Accordingly Builders Are Liable To Be Jailed For 3 Years, 5 Years or 9 Years DependingUpon The NatureOf Violation Of The Act..
  3. 3. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are: Possession Of Flat Is Not Given On The Promised Date..
  4. 4. Occupation Certificate Is Not Obtained Before The Date Of Possession. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are:
  5. 5. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are: The BMC Approved Plan Is Not Displayed At The Site.
  6. 6. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are: On Receipt Of 20% Of The Cost Of Flat, If The Agreement Is Not Executed.
  7. 7. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are: If The Amount Received From The Buyer Is Not Deposited In Bank In Separate Account
  8. 8. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are: If The Construction Is Not As Per The Approved Plan.
  9. 9. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are: If Application For Formation Of Housing Society Is Not Put Up Within 4 Months Of Giving Possession.
  10. 10. Some Of The Violations On Which Police Can Act Are: If The Conveyance Of Land & Building Is Not Done Within 4 Months Of Registration Of The Society.
  11. 11. *Issued in Public Interest So That Society Members / Flat Buyers Know Their Rights & Are Not Cheated In Any Transactions.

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