RERA Orders Builder to Pay Interest for Delayed Possession Despite Obtaining Occupancy Certificate

In an important judgment, the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) has ordered a builder to pay interest to homebuyers for the delayed possession of their flat, despite the builder obtaining the occupancy certificate (OC) within the stipulated time period mentioned in the agreement for sale. Background The case (Complaint No. CC005000000106834) was filed by

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