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Advocate Chetan Rajendra Nagare

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LawRatoKothrud, Pune
LawRato11 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Breach of Contract, Corporate, Criminal, Documentation, High Court, Media and Entertainment, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Marathi
Advocate Chetan Rajendra Nagare has practiced litigation in the High Court of Bombay, City Civil and District/Sessions Court at Bombay, Presidency Small Causes Court, various Metropolitan Magistrate Courts across New Delhi, Mumbai Pune and National Green Tribunals at Pune. He has handled and argued various matters pertaining to Public Interest Litigation, Suits, Writ Petitions, Appeals, Arbitration Proceedings, Criminal Proceedings, Negotiable Instruments Act, Matrimonial Disputes, and Special Leave Petitions.

He has been practicing at the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench Pune) which is having jurisdiction for three states i.e. Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.

Advocate Chetan has also handled various Land Revenue matters relating to properties, drafted various Writ Petitions, Complaints, Appeal Memo, Statement of Claims, Development Agreements, Sale Deeds, Conveyance Deeds, Release Deeds, Service Agreements, Notices, Wills, Mortgage Deeds, Lease Deeds and various Contracts and conveyance work relating to Real Estate and further handled various Re-Development Projects and Real Estate Projects. Chetan specializes in Environmental Laws.

Advocate Chetan enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2013. He is a member of the Pune Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : MAH/1372/2013
  • Bombay High Court
  • District Court, Pune
  • National Green Tribunal, West Zone Bench

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Questions Answered by Advocate Chetan Rajendra Nagare

Q: Builder asking for full payment for flat registration

I have booked two BHK flat on Pune suburb (Undri- Pisoli) in August 2012 with completion by Dec. 13. As I want to resell after completion, I have not done registration. Till date I have done almost 90% of flat payment. Still work like fixing of one lift, STP, etc is balance. Some families started leaving from Nov 15. Now due to some personal reasons I wanted to do the registration & agreement. When I asked for the required documents, registration charges builder refused to give till the payment of balance payment. Is builder can do such thing? What should I do? Please Help..

Advocate Chetan Rajendra Nagare answered
If the promoter/builder/developer intends to take any advance payment from the purchaser against the flat/premises then the developer shall not take an advance payment more then 20% of the agreement value for the said flat before entering in to agreement. The promoter/builder/developer is liable to register the said agreement under section 4 of Maharashtra Ownership of Flats Acts. Further in your case you need to send a legal notice to the said developer.

Q: whether notarized MOU considered valid

Hi, Myself have booked land of 1000sq ft in Roha. And have paid 51000/- (total cost 6lacks). I have to pay 2lacks in next month & balance monthwise for next 2 years. Company going to give me notarized MOU after paying 2lacks. Is notarized MOU considered legally. Please guide.

Advocate Chetan Rajendra Nagare answered
Hi sir/madam, MOU means Memorandum of Understanding, it is an understanding between the parties. The notarized document is legally valid and relevant document for the case if the said document is notarized in accordance with the law. No Document can be held invalid for mere non registration. Your Document is fully valid and can be enforced if need arise. Registration is possible by executing deed of confirmation and Penalty will be attracted. Adjudication will have to be done.

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