On Account Of Holi ALL Offices Will Remain Closed on 21.3.2019
This website has been created for amicus curiae, Mr. Pawanshree Agrawal, (Advocate on Record) to enable Unitech buyers to exercise their option (of refund or possession) pursuant to Hon'ble Supreme Court Order dated 23.10.2017. Supreme Court Order dated 29.1.2018 Order 7.3.2019
REFUND LIST HOME BUYERS IN FURTHERANCE OF ORDER DATED 07.12.2018
Unihomes Plot Order
Note: Pursuant to Supreme Court order dated 21.09.2017, buyers who have already taken possession of their Flat / Villa / Plot from Unitech should not register on this website.
The following points should be noted and acted upon before using this website to register a claim:
- Indian Buyers are required to upload an Affidavit Attested by a Notary ( Stamp paper Not Required) stating therein whether they want “Refund” or “Possession”, also mentioning requisite details of Flat / Villa / Plot allotted, project name and amount paid. Any person making an Affidavit on the basis of Power of Attorney (POA) needs to upload the same along with the Affidavit.
- Scanned copy of Letter of Allotment (one page only) and if the Flat / Villa / Plot is further resold, also a scanned copy of the "Resale Endorsement" page.
- Scaned a copy of the buyer's Photo ID (any one of the following: Aadhar Card, PAN Card or Passport).
In case of joint ownership, one owner can file the Affidavit on behalf of the other.
Any buyer who has reached a settlement or entered into a MOU with Unitech shall mention the same in the remarks column of the registration form.
Note: Buyers should retain the original Affidavit and documents uploaded here, for future verification if the need so arises.
After you have readied a scanned copy of the documents listed above, click on the "Register" button to submit your claim.
After you have registered your claim, you can login to review the information that you have submitted as part of the claim.