Ratan Heights building case – High Court sent notice to the old builder, now the final hearing will be held on November 1

Ranchi: A hearing in the Ratan Heights case of Morabadi was held in the High Court on Tuesday. Jharkhand High Court has issued notice to Narendra Butala, the old builder of Ratan Heights. The case was heard on Tuesday in the division bench headed by High Court Chief Justice Sanjay Kumar Mishra. Now the date of November 3 has been given for the final arguments in this case.

In this case, the building society said that despite the order of the single bench, the builder has not filled the pit next to the multi-story building. The boundary wall collapsed due to rain. Along with this, the water level in the pit dug for construction has increased considerably. This has increased the danger to the building. A hearing in this case was held in the court on Tuesday.

Advocate Rohit Ranjan Sinha, Advocate Inderjeet Singh appeared on behalf of the defendant Ratan Heights Residential Society and Advocate Sumit Gadodiya appeared on behalf of the flat owner, while Advocate Shashank Shekhar appeared on behalf of Ranchi Municipal Corporation.

On behalf of Ratan Heights Society, it was told in the court that even after the court order, the builder and the land owner have not followed the court order. The pit located next to the building has not been filled. Due to heavy rains in Ranchi, another boundary of Ratan Heights had collapsed. 

While giving its verdict in the month of July this year on the petition of Ratan Heights Building Residential Society, the High Court had canceled the order of passing the revised map by the Municipal Commissioner and the revised map.

The court had said that the common area on 46 Kattha will remain a common area. The court had directed the land owner and builder VKS Reality to fill the pit, remove any construction done there, remove the retaining wall and hand over the land to the society within a month. The court had said in its order that the map of 86 Kattha passed was correct, the common area was decided in it. Therefore, it is wrong to separate 46 Katthas out of 86 Katthas and pass its revised map.

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