New Delhi: The Delhi High Court was today informed by DDA that it has issued completion certificate to 30 out of 34 towers in the Commonwealth Games (CWG) Village and Emaar MGF, the firm which built the multi-stories, can allot the flats to the buyers.
Appearing for DDA, Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Indira Jaising and counsel Ajay Verma told Justice Hima Kohli that the construction company has also paid Rs 16 crore dues and the conveyance deed was executed today so that the Emaar MGF can now allot 392 flats, which are in its share, to the purchasers after they complete the formalities.
Accepting the agency’s plea, Justice Kohli permitted DDA to initiate the process for auctioning of 110 flats spread over three towers (1,9 and 14) for which DDA has invited biddings.
The court was hearing a petition, filed by the CWG flat allottees association, seeking a direction to the DDA to issue completion certificates for the flats so that the private builder can hand over the possession to them.
According to the association, the DDA is in possession of the entire project comprising 1,168 flats in 34 towers, of which 711 are unencumbered flats and no party has any right on them.
The court earlier had said the flats in the complex have remained unoccupied since December 2010 after the Games were over and directed that the DDA and Emaar MGF carry out joint inspection of each flat, including the basement and then issue completion certificates.