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‘Take full repayment or…’: Gurugram DC gives two options to residents of Chintels Paradiso condominium

Gurugram: Chintels Paradiso condominium in Sector 109, Gurugram collapsed on February 10, 2022, and in the incident, two people lost their lives who live on six floors of Tower D. Following the instruction of the district administration, the developer came up with two settlement options for residents of Towers D, E, and F in a […]

Edited By : Yashashvi Tak | Updated: May 4, 2023 11:58 IST
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Gurugram: Chintels Paradiso condominium in Sector 109, Gurugram collapsed on February 10, 2022, and in the incident, two people lost their lives who live on six floors of Tower D. Following the instruction of the district administration, the developer came up with two settlement options for residents of Towers D, E, and F in a meeting chaired by Deputy Commissioner (DC) Gurugram.

According to prior IIT-Delhi investigations, Towers D, E, and F of the Chintels Paradiso condominium were found hazardous and unfit for habitation.

Meanwhile, under the first option, in the event that residents of Towers D, E, and F return their flats, the developer will pay the prescribed amount per square foot as well as stamp duty. The company will develop new flats over a three-year period under the second option, for which occupants will pay a fixed cost per square foot. The DC, Nishant Kumar Yadav, informed the people that they may choose one of these two options at their leisure.

On the payment of the amount spent by residents on the interior, the DC stated that, at the request of the inhabitants, the district administration obtained an interior valuation report of Tower D prepared by an independent agency.

The DC further instructed the developer that if a resident chooses the first choice, the developer must pay the whole amount within four months. He stressed that the developer’s rent payments to the residents would continue until the developer paid the whole amount.

If any residents choose the second option, then the flats will be given over to the inhabitants only once the district administration receives the structural audit report for those flats.

Despite the district administration’s orders, some residents of Towers E and F have yet to vacate their apartments. The DC stated that they would issue a notice in this regard soon under the Disaster Management Act. The Act will provide authorities the authority to evict people from premises.

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First published on: May 04, 2023 11:58 AM IST

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