Consumer Protection Act gives end consumers certain rights against exploitation. A consumer can take help of this Act for claiming compensation in case of project delays. According to this Act, the builder is liable to refund the amount paid with interest (for the period of delay) if there has been a breach of contract. A promoter, who constructs or intends to construct such blocks of building of flats, shall specify in writing the date by which possession of the flat is to be handed over. Default would attract penalty under Consumer Protection Act.
Hence . as per law your builder has committed the offense of deficiency of services after extending the date of handing over the date of possession. So you have full right to cancel the booking and the builder is entitled to pay full amount paid by you including compensation for harassment , mental agony caused due to delay on the part of builder.
You should send a notice to the builder, claiming the refund of the amounts paid along with interest and damages. If the builder denied to refund the same within stipulated time of 15 days then, you should file a consumer complaint for ‘deficiency in service’ as defined under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 against the builder.
Recently Unitech Builder was penalized Rs 3 crore by the National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, for delay in giving possession of its flats.
You should give your plea that you was planning your life to be shifted by 2019 and further you are not ready to wait and after knowing the extended deadline to 2021 , you have no faith upon him and further facing mental tension and agony.
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