It is the duty of the builder to complete the project and getting completition certificate from the government authority. Issue a legal notice to the builder to deliver the possession to you and provide all the basic amenities which are currently not installed in the building as per the agreement. It is his duty to obtain occupation certificate from Muncipal Corporation without delay. If he is not amenable for that file a complaint before the consumer forum for seeking compensation in Deficiency in service, improper amenities, ceiling leakage, improper drainage system, incomplete fire safety system, low quality of electrical wiring, improper water provisions, not providing the occupation certificate, etc
In case the builder has not received the completion certificate from the concerned authority, the allottee can file a RTI application with the SPIO of the local Municipality demanding the copies of all the documents submitted for seeking approval of the concerned authorities and can file the required NOCs with the concerned authority and can obtain the completion certificate himself
The Supreme Court has held that a consumer has the right to approach the Civil Court or the Forum under the Consumer Protection Act for relief in a situation where the builder commits breach of his obligations. There are well laws such as the Maharashtra Ownership Flats Act or the Development Control Rules under which the case can be filed before a Civil Court for damages for refund of amount and interest on the said amount. An allottee can approach the regulatory authorities complaining against the non compliance of the statutory obligations by the builders. In cases where the builders make false promises to the flat purchasers and do not comply with their statutory obligations, the allottee has an option to file a criminal case in a criminal Court against the builder along with the consumer complaint to be filed in consumer forum. The allottee can file a criminal case under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 for cheating, breach of contract, not responding the grievance and delivery of poor quality construction. The allottee can issue a statutory notice to the builder. In case the builder does not respond to the notice, parties have a right to approach the Criminal Court. A police complaint can be filed after the issue of notice and then a criminal complaint can be filed before the Metropolitan Magistrate. The complainant should bring out irregularities committed by the builders while executing the constructions of the building.
Form the society and install electricity and other amenities and complete the work if the builder is elope from his work.