Thursday, January 16, 2014

Get Compensation for Delayed Possession of Flat in Ivy Estate Wagholi

An appeal to all who have booked flats in
Ivy Botanica, Ivy Apartments, Umang Premiere in
Kolte-Patil Developers' Ivy Estate at Wagholi:

To get compensation for the delayed possession of your flat
join Facebook Group - Ivy Estates Residents Pune
https://www.facebook.com/groups/410836912274778/

Under the guidance of Akhil Bharatiya Grahak Panchayat Pune
we are going to National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) New Delhi





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Last weekend, when I visited Kolte-Patil Developers' Ivy Estate at Wagholi (www.koltepatil.com), everyone was cool.

This must be the result of the fruitful meeting with the builder, I told myself.

"Happy?," I asked.

"Completely disappointed!," said Manish.

"Then why are you all so cool?," I asked.

"Because, now, we do not have any expectations from Kolte-Patil Developers. After the meeting with CEO, we have realized what Kolte-Patil Developers really is!," said Mridul.

"Now, our focus is on consumer court - we all are busy in calculating how much delayed possession of our flats has cost us - financially, mentally and socially," said Manish.

"Yes, compensation for delayed possession is your right. But what about the date of possession? Did you get any honest - realistic - promise?," I asked.

"Honest..Realistic...Promise? From whom? Kolte-Patil? Are you out of your mind?," said Manish and started telling what exactly happened in the meeting.

After listening to him, I came to only one conclusion. Those who have booked the flats in Kolte-Patil Developers' other projects - Life Republic Marunji, Downtown Kharadi, Tuscan Estate Kharadi, 24K Allura & Glamore at Undri NIBM, Florence at Mohammadwadi, 24K Glitterati at Pimple Nilakh - should thank these guys!



When Mrs. Seema Bhakare, Mrs. Veena Dixit & Mr. Srikant Joshi, of Grahak Panchayat Pune, reached Ivy Estate, all flat owners sat in a circle on the lawn of club house of Ivy Apartments.

Mrs. Seema Bhakare explained the procedure of filing a case in consumer court and how to calculate compensation for delayed possession.

Your amount of compensation will depend upon possession date mentioned in agreement (from June 2012 to June 2013!), price of your flat, rent you are paying, your pre-EMI, your loss of income tax exemption benefits, cost of your mental agony & harassment, cost of your emotional sufferings, cost of losing face in your social circle and cost of your family members' losses and inconveniences - like school admissions & change of job.

Considering the amount of individual compensation, total amount would be in crores - Mr. Shrikant Joshi suggested that the case can be filed in National Commission in New Delhi.

Mrs. Veena Dixit explained the importance of organized efforts and assured all that Grahak Panchayat Pune will be with you till the end.

Now, the last question was - how to contact those flat owners who are not members of the Facebook Group?

Not only Grahak Panchayat but Ravi Karandeekar will also be with you till you win the case, I said and requested them for video appeal. Have a look & join Facebook Group - Ivy Estates Residents Pune



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1) Kolte-Patil Developers - Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil

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14 comments:

  1. Again Many Thanks to Ravi ... for sharing our view with the n.. numbers of people..

    Dear Guys please join with us.. if you are not a part of KP Ivy Estate then also please join.. so that every builder should take some lesson from here the power of common man..
    Jai Ho....

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  2. Kudos to you Ravi!! You'll be getting uncountable blessings for this!!

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  3. Very good. At least few are ready to take action against builder, other wise mostly people say "Who will go against builder, we have to live in same society". People bear all the losses but don't raise any voice against builders. We are very adjusting, specially with wrong things happening with us.

    I wish all the best to you all, there is no doubt that you win this fight. Thanks Ravi to support "Aam Aadmi". :)

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  4. great work again..till now i was THINKING .. kolte-petil is a very reputed and loyal builder :) kolte-patil really makes u THINK :)

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  5. Ravi.. i have been a regular reader of your blog.. this post made me your real fan... God bless you Ravi.

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  6. Mr. Ravi Karandeekar,
    Why don't you support Aarohi in the similar matters ?

    Don't you think u r being partial just bcoz Aarohi is against your favourite builder ?

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    1. 1) Dear Unknown, better ask this question to the leader of Aarohi!

      2) Dear Unknown, first visit this blog and tell the leader of Aarohi that Ravi Karandeekar is still waiting for him:
      Aarohi at Sus - What is an issue?

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  7. Great Initiative ! Everyone has to spend some time after job.. Chalata Hai..attitude will not be acceptable. I am alone fighting for compensation of 2 yrs with Runwal Group-Euphoria Kondhwa. Dont have any idea how other flat owner are quite?

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  8. Last week, I checked the KoltePatil website for some projects. Since then, I have been seeing IvyLeague KoltePatil ads non-stop in my facebook feed, in Youtube ads, all over my Gmail and everywhere I browse on the internet.

    I wonder how much money they have paid for marketing. Further I wonder, it is the consumer who will be paying for the ads while buying the flat. So what would we the real price of the flat minus the marketing?

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