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shekhar (proietor)     09 July 2016

Apartment hand over check list

Sir, We are 12 flats out of which 10 are sold. Please let me know 1) can we form cooperative society. How much majority required. 2) list of documents to be taken from builder while taking charge (maharashtra) specialy lift and land.


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adv.bharat @ PUNE (Lawyer)     09 July 2016

10 members are reuire to form co-operative society.


1)Title search report for past 30 years from property lawyer.

On google search Type property registration in pune u will get my details

2)Town plan sanctioned lay out of site showing carpet area measurement given for you flat

3)NA order issued for construction of work

4) work commencement certificate

5) Work completion certificate

6)Occupancy certificate from the authority

7)Structural stability certificate from the licensed structural engineer of the muncipal corporation or local authority

8)NOC if society is formed

9) Builders contribution document like MOU, Sale deed of land from original owner, Partnership deed, Proprietorship or artical of association or any other document as required.

shekhar (proietor)     09 July 2016

Thanks sir. Building is 4+g(parking) any certificate for lift or from fire department? How much majority required to form cooperative society? 10 flats are sold 2 at builder.

vswaminathan   10 July 2016


The learned expert has listed the commonly known principal items, to be routinely taken care of by purchaser, as per the Rules Book. There are a lot more to be lawfully demanded and procured. ‘OC’ / ‘CC’ is an item essentially required but in most cases builder fails to comply, by own choice. For woeful consequences of a far reaching amplitude, may look up, for clues and guidance, a host of info., in public domain. One such consequence is levy of VAT and ST, subject of still ongoing controversy, for long. May request the Admn., to oblige and provide with write-ups, not displayed on this website; in which the recent Del. HC judgment in Bansals’ case  has been analysed. Contents of those have,  however, been shared on Facebook , Linkedin, so on.

NB: By the way, one is not clear but has been left confused whether the subject of the write-up is 'Flat' or 'Apartment' !


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