MahaRERA mandates builders to submit quality assurance certificate

Developers will have to submit a quality assurance certificate issued by their engineers on the MahaRERA website from December 1, 2018

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In order to save buyers from getting duped by builders and developers, Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) will now be keeping a hawk eye on the material used while constructing a building. Developers will have to submit a quality assurance certificate issued by their engineers on the MahaRERA website from December 1, 2018.

Many times, due to poor quality material, there's leakage, cracks start developing and many other issues arise. In order to put a stop to this, MahaRERA officials said that the developers who are yet to register their projects should submit the certificate with other details at the time of registration.

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Prior to submitting a certificate, the engineer will have to keep a check on the basic material used, including cement, bricks, concrete and steel, besides the workmanship quality as well.

The engineer or the site supervisor would have to issue a certificate, like an affidavit, where they would have to state that the work is being carried out in accordance with the development permission and as per the approved plan. Material testing and workmanship will be part of the certification,” MahaRERA secretary Vasant Prabhu stated in a circular.

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