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Need advise if third party agreement is safe to sign and proceed. I am an aloted owner of flat as a confirming party
 
 

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Dear Sir, I booked a flat 3 years back and have got an allotment letter from builder. The problem is I have not yet registered the flat since builder keep delaying on his words and now builder is insisting me to sell the flat and he will return my money. I want to get out of this since I no more trust him.
He is asking me to sign and register a third party agreement where Builder is 1st party, purchaser would be 2nd party and I will be confirming party. He is saying the bank will disburse the whole agreed amount to me once we sign this. Can you please advise me on this? I am a middle class person and the amount matters for me a lot
 
 

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Replied By - Advocate Asgher Mahdi on 5th Feb 2017 ( Total Replies - 24, Total points - 196 )
Advocates Reply - In the instant case Builder is wrong you may proceed against him before the Consumer Redressal Forum for deficiency of service & demand compensation.

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