Want remedy against Supertech for Car Parking

Dear Sir,

I had booked a flat in Eco- Village 1 in 11th January, 2011.

At the time of initial booking form directly by M/s Supertech Ltd, I was offered Open Parking-Free and Electricity Installation Charges Free of Charge. The columns for the two were intentionally left blank in the proposal form. Covered car parking facility was not applicable with the project as told by Supertech Executive.

At the time of issue of allotment letter, I was told that the parking will be given later ‘on first come first served basis’ at the time of possession the same was mentioned in the allotment letter.

At the time of possession I requested them for  parking as per the allotment letter on first come first served basis but I was denied for the parking and was intimated that the parking allotment has not been started and will be intimated as soon as it starts. I repeatedly followed up from the date of possession 31.05.2015 but all efforts in vain. Later I got an email from Supertech stating parking allotment has not been started yet and we will intimate once it starts.

Now when I gave a phone call to Customer Relationship Manager, I was told to deposit Rs2,50,000 in cash to M/s Supertech Ltd, in order to avoid Service tax 15% and register the flat with the parking facility otherwise if purchased on papers I have to bear service tax extra.

I need to draw your attention on the fact that M/s Supertech Ltd, has deceived me by not adhering to the initial proposal for Open Parking (Free of Charge) and making the covered parking not applicable in this project. Further not adhered to allotment letter to offer parking at the time of possession and has intentionally delaying the matter to impose maintenance charge, unethical escalating the parking cost and the company is promoting corrupt practices making huge money out of the common man pocket.

Moreover original Payment receipts for the payments at the time of possession, No dues certificate, No Objection Certificate has not been provided by the builder inspite of repeated reminders.

I am located in Dehradun, so please advise me if the case has strength and further course of action.

Thank & Rgds


Dehradun by email on 16-06-2016


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  • Vijay Malhotra says:

    I am sure the builder would have filled up the columns which were left blank to suit is designs. Secondly, the proof of builder asking the amount in cash will be very difficult to prove being a phone call. You could formalise the phone call talk by sending the conversation contents to the builder through an e mail and let it lie for some days. If the same is not challenged it could be used against him as a proof. He must be adopting the same tactics with other buyers. So get in touch with them and see if they have proof enough to prove the point. File a complaint with the civil police for fraud and cheating with all the relevant documents, But be sure that your evidence is credible and cogent.
    Colonel Malhotra

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