(4) Since you have not been a party to an arbitration agreement, you are entitled to assert your rights in accordance with the tripartite agreement with the developer and the landowner (1) to provide legal notice to the landowner, since he confirms the party to the contract of sale, and to require a copy of the arbitral award 5. You can continue to bring a recovery action against the owner by terminating the contract Since you are violated, you should have only turned to the owner, because he cannot escape the responsibility of surrogacy, which was entrusted to his power agent who concluded a sales contract on this basis, so that the owner can be held responsible for the action of the power agent on his behalf. 3. Since the sales contract was concluded by the PowerAgent on behalf of the client and is also a joint venture contract between the owner and the contracting authority, the owner`s liability cannot be ignored or cancelled. Lawyers are now at your disposal to answer your questions. 4. You can very well file a police complaint agaisnt all 2. You can take legal action for a particular performance of the contract, so you will receive an ex parte order and you will have a strangulation on the ground by court order. 3) You can file a police complaint against owners/landowners for fraud and criminal infidelity 1. You may not obtain copies of the arbitration or its orders even by RTI Act.
1. You may request the certified copy from the arbitrator. As a party, the owner has not voluntarily interfered with you in the proceedings because the owner does not need or inculcult you. 2. First, understand why the owner went to the arbitrator. 2) You must file a complaint with the consumer forum against the landowner and the owner and obtain orders to order them to provide you with the ownership of apartment 3. Once you have received the court order, the new owner cannot sell your share to others. . . .