In February last year, the then MahaRERA chairman, Gautam Chaterjee, in his interim order, had declined to pass an order for refund or delayed interest regarding the same complaint, citing the larger interest of project completion.
Complainant Poonam Desai (65), who was represented by advocate Anil D’Souza, stated she had purchased a shop in Moongippa Arcade on September 2, 2011, and paid more than Rs 12 lakh for the 70-square-foot property worth Rs 21 lakh then. The promoter had promised to hand over its possession by December 31, 2012, which it has not yet done.
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