The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed an application filed by Cory Super Tech Ltd to change the direction of demolition of a real estate company’s 40-storey towers in Noida. With building regulations.
The apex court said that granting such relief is in the nature of reviewing the judgment of this court and in various decisions.
Applications designed as ‘other applications’ or clarification applications in the guise of reconsideration cannot be submitted, it stressed.
The bench comprising Justices DY Chandrasooty and PV Nagaratna said that the application filed by Supertech Ltd. had no substance and was therefore dismissed.
“The effort in the various petitions is to seek a substantial change in the judgment of this Court. Such attempts will not be allowed in the various applications,” the bench said.
In its application, Supertech Ltd stated in its Emerald Court project that the building could not be blown up by explosives because it is in close proximity to Tower-17 (Cyan) along with other residential towers, which must be made of brick by brick. .
The basic premise of the proposed changes is that if it is allowed, it will save millions of resources without wasting it, as the applicant already has billions worth of materials in the construction of billions. And T-17 (Cheyenne), ”the company explained, adding that it did not seek a review of the August 31 order.
On August 31, the Supreme Court ordered the demolition of Super Tech Ltd’s twin 40-storey towers, which will be built within three months, in violation of building regulations in a “partnership” with NOIDA officials. With the rule of law.
The Noida authority got a wrap in its hands as the Supreme Court pointed out several incidents in which its officials were complicit with Supertech Ltd in the Emerald Court project and violated real estate regulations in the construction of the twin towers.
The apex court also ordered the homebuyers to repay the total amount with 12 per cent interest from the booking. This will block sunlight and fresh air for residents who are on a housing project adjacent to the national capital.
The Supreme Court noted that the two towers together have 915 apartments and 21 shops.
Of the 633 people who initially booked apartments, 133 left for other projects, 248 withdrew, and 252 homebuyers booked with the company, according to Supertech data previously submitted to the court.