RERA Haryana is the regulatory body that promotes and overseas the real estate sector and for the regulation and promotion of real estate sector to ensure the sale of plot, apartment or building or sale of real estate project in the transparent manner and to protect the interest of consumers in real estate sector. The main motive to establish the appellate tribunal to hear appeals from the decisions, direction or ssorders and to create speedy dispute redressal in the adjudicating mechanism. RERA in Haryana was setup in 29th July 2017 and the act was implemented in two authorities:-

  1. HRERA in Gurugram
  2. HRERA in Panchkula

The main aim is to simplify the organic and systematic growth of real estate and to achieve transparent relationship B/W buyers and real estate developers. Aforementioned above, the government wants to introduce transparency in transaction as well as to quick and fair solution of disputes between buyers and builders.


  • For the regulation of real estate sector for its speedy growth and development.
  • For the resolution of disputes relating to the project expeditiously.
  • To enforce the laws and the orders of the authority.
  • For the assurance of the real estate projects are completely in prescribed time.
  • To conduct transparency in the dealings between the promoters of real estate projects and buyers of apartments.

Fees and charges incurred in RERA ACT HARYANA

The fees and the charge incurred for making appeal under the RERA Act in Haryana:-

  • For the filing of complaint before regulatory authority RS -1000
  • For the filing of complaint before adjudicating officers RS -1000
  • To file the appeal before appellate tribunal RS -1000
  • For an annexure – RS 10 per annexure
  • Additional affidavit – RS 20

Rules and Regulation of RERA Haryana:

Before registering any complaint under RERA Act Haryana, so you can access the rules and regulation of the HRERA Act at the HRERA portal. The rules and regulation of the HRERA Act are such as following:-

  • In order to make a complaint with the adjudicating officer for interest and compensation you must submit from CAO in triplicate with the appropriate fee.
  • In case you are given a flat with a reduced carpet area then developer must refund the money to you along with the interest earned at the prescribed interest rate within 90 days.

High court upholds Haryana RERA rules

The Punjab and Haryana high court has upheld provisions of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 as well as the Haryana Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Rules, 2017. Having provisions of RERA law and the rules framed by the state were under challenge in a buntch of petitions mainly from developers.

The HC has held that when it comes to refund of the amount and interest on the refund amount, or directing payment of interest for delayed delivery of possession, or penalty and interest, it is the RERA authority which has the power to examine and determine the outcome of a complaint.

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Written by: Arvind Yadav

Legal Associate

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