1. The relevant authority may in exceptional cases allow partial occupancy for different floors of a building.
Bye-law 6 provides that (i) wherever any construction is in violation/deviation of the plan, the Commissioner may regularise such violations/deviations after recording reasons for the same, if he considers that the violations/deviations are within five per cent of (1) the setback to be provided around the building (2) plot coverage, (3) floor area ratio, and (4) height of the building and that the demolition under Chapter XV of the Act is not feasible without affecting structural stability, provided however that the:
2. Part occupancy certificate (OC) has different legal connotations in respect of different properties. If part OC is about a plot of land meant for societies, then it could be converted into full OC in future depending on the provisions of the concerned department. If the same is between society and an individual, then it is dependent on the provisions of the society mandate.
3. Ask the builder to execute a MOU to obtain the full OC within a specified time.