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States which diluted RERA provisions will need to mend rules following HC ruling

IndiaTimes Thursday, 7 December 2017
State governments, which redefined “ongoing projects” to keep most real estate projects out of the ambit of Real Estate Regulation Act and diluted the law, will have to mend their rules. Bombay HC has upheld the constitutional validity of RERA and made it applicable to all unfinished projects.
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