Expedite case on real estate law, SC tells Bombay HC


A bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra asked all other high courts to wait for the Bombay High Court judgement.

The apex court refused to allow a plea by the Centre for transferring about 21 petitions challenging the validity of the new law, pending before various high courts, to the Delhi High Court.

Advocate Basava Prabhu Patil had submitted that cooperative societies in Karnataka have taken up many building projects, and that they cannot be governed under the new act.

The societies were already governed by the separate law and they were not to be registered under the RERA, he said.

Attorney General K K Venugopal sought directions for transferring pending petitions in the Bombay, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh High Courts to a single high court.

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