The permanent appellate tribunal will hear appeals against the orders passed by MahaRERA.
Home buyers and developers can approach it for overruling an order given by the MahaRERA.
The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority tribunal is finally in place with the state government approving an appellate authority of three members. Retired high court judge Justice Indira Jain has been appointed its president. IAS officer S S Sandhu and Sumant Kolhe, associated with the judiciary earlier, have been appointed as members, administration/technical and judicial, respectively. Sandhu is slated to retire on June 30. He will become the member of the appellate t .. Deshpande had earlier written to the chief minister, requesting for speedy appointment of the appellate tribunal because many developers and consumers were approaching the high court. Credai president Shantilal Kataria said though the state was first in setting up MahaRERA and its website, the formation of the tribunal was pending. “This will truly help developers and consumers because it will not only ensure speedy disposal of cases but will be cost-effective,” he said. Several consumers feel while the appellate tribunal can address the cases, implementation of the orders issued by MahaRERA is more important.