UPRERA ORDER THAT IF AUTHORITIES DELAY IN ISSUANCE OF OCCUPANCY CERTIFICATE BEYOND A STIPULATED PERIOD THEN UPRERA WILL CONSIDER IT AS DEEMED APPROVED:
In the order issued on Monday that is 16th September, 2019 , UP-Rera secretary Abrar Ahmed said that as per section 11(4)b of the RERA Act, the promoter shall be responsible to obtain the completion certificate or occupancy certificate or both as applicable from the competent authority, as per local laws.
Under Uttar Pradesh Urban Planning & Development Act , a developer will complete the development according to the approved plan and send a notice of completion to the authority concerned and obtain a completion certificate from it.
Further, the Act provides that if the completion certificate is not granted and refusal to grant it is not intimated within three months on receipt of notice of completion, it shall be deemed that the completion certificate has been granted by the authority.
It has been decided that if the promoter has developed proper infrastructure for electricity, water, sewerage, and other internal infrastructure, including roads, and has procured the electrical safety certificate, the fire safety certificate, structural engineer’s certificate and lifts installation and safety certificate, and submitted all these certificates with the completion certificate application and if in the next seven days, the application is not rejected, then after this period, UP-Rera will treat it as deemed approval.