Over 14,000 Amrapali buyers told to re-submit ownership documents

It has already been more than a month since the Supreme Court directed Noida Authority to execute the agreements for residents of Amrapali.

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NOIDA: Residents of Amrapali Sapphire, who are awaiting registry of their flats, have been asked to produce a fresh set of documents to help authenticate ownership of their houses.

It has already been more than a month since the Supreme Court directed Noida Authority to execute the agreements for residents of Amrapali.

But the court receiver, R. Venkatramani, had earlier said that examining the authenticity of buyers and the right proceedings might need more time than what the court might have planned initially.


The entire registration process for 14,000 buyers of Amrapali was supposed to have been completed by August 23 in keeping with the SC order dated July 23.

The residents said on Monday that the first set of documents had not been accepted by the court receiver.

“We will now have to deposit the allotment letter, builder-buyer agreement, possession letter and no-objection certificate. So, a fresh set of documents for authentication of ownership will now have to be furnished,” said Ravi Kant, a resident of Sapphire phase 1.

After the documents are examined, a tripartite agreement is expected to be signed by the Noida Authority, an appointed signatory by the court receiver and the buyers.
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