Q:The owner of the flat 301 is creating a lot of problems. He has not given a parking space and constantly keeps asking for money.
He invades privacy. He has the keys to all the rooms and cupboards and keeps coming to the flat when the inmates have gone to office. He even keeps asking for money and says dues are pending when they are not.
He even did a fraud on the house tax. He asked the inmates to go out of the house when the govt inspector was supposed to come so at show that the house is not given on rent and they could save on the house tax applicable when it is given on rent.
He keeps telling that we will cut money from your deposit.
We are scared that he might not return the full deposit when we leave.
Is there any way that action could be taken against them? Probably, a police complaint will help?
Q:Nitesh Estates British Columbia harrassing me by not refunding 5.76L for an apartment booked last year, that didn't get the approval. So had to withdraw my application. what should I do to free myself from this unethical looters?
Latest Answer: I am actually willing to pay a good chunk of the refund amount if someone's willing up to take this cause for me. I just want these looters to realise that they can't just take a common man for a ride. This isn't about the money anymore. This is harassment.
Q:I intend to buy a 6 years old flat having all papers except KathaIt seems builder has not paid the betterment charges.And banks are not willing to fund with out Katha.My questions are:1.Why banks refuse loaning, when all other documents are there including completion certificate.Property tax is being paid regularly.2.Why Katha is refused for no fault of the flat owners?3. With out collecting betterment charges how completion certificate was issued?4. Any legal remedy to get Katha?Some one pl explain.Regds,Krishnan
Q:Hi Mr.Advisor,I am interested to buy a plot of land in Bangalore approved by DTCP; however the land has a dried nala crossing it.the developer says that as the nala is defunct and dried up; it will not pose any legal complications any time in future; however I have heard through one of my lawyer friends that according to rules there should be a minimum 50 meters of distance which should be maintained from the nala and the plot boundary.Please advise to go ahead or not with the property deal.RegardsRanjan
Latest Answer: Before buying the plot I would advice you to cross check all the documents provided by the builder with the help of an legal expert. You can ask your lawyer friend to help you in this matter, as he said that according to rules there should be a minimum 50 meters of distance which should be maintained from the nala and the plot boundary.