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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday putting down the WB-HIRA, the West Bengal’s personal actual property regulation legislation, and terming it as “unconstitutional” have come as an enormous win for the pan-Indian dwelling consumers physique that had fought for one legislation for the nation, RERA. While Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) was enacted by the Centre in 2016, the West Bengal authorities had notified its personal legislation, WB-HIRA.
The Forum for People’s Collective Efforts (FPCE), which was earlier referred to as Fight for RERA, had challenged the West Bengal laws within the Supreme Court claiming how the state legislation was opposite to the constitutional provisions and didn’t have sufficient provisions to guard the house consumers.
“This was second huge authorized battle we gained for RERA. First we challenged the actual property foyer’s efforts to ascertain the Central legislation as unconstitutional within the Bombay High Court. The HC dominated in favour of the RERA and on Tuesday we gained the case towards the West Bengal authorities. With this judgment, all efforts by builders to water down RERA via again door or to render it redundant will probably be put to relaxation,” stated Abhay Upadhyay, president of FPCE.
West Bengal was the one state that had not adopted and carried out the Central legislation, RERA. The Tuesday’s order additionally comes as an enormous win for the Centre, which had written a number of instances to the West Bengal authorities to inform and implement the RERA within the state. It had additionally urged the President to not give consent to the state legislation.
Upadhyay stated the enactment of WB-HIRA had made them nervous as the entire goal of getting one legislation pan India was getting defeated. “Beside, WB-HIRA watered down certain provisions of RERA in favour of builders. If this was allowed to go through, then we had fear that other states may follow suit. This not only would mean that there may be many state laws in future but also that each state will dilute more provisions of RERA to favour builders. So, we filed this PIL before SC challenging WB-HIRA,” he stated.

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