In the first phase, the above 22 projects have been identified and called for the meeting with Secretary UPRERA Abrar Ahmed on October 23, he said.
"The promoters have been issued a show cause notice asking the reasons of non-compliance of the court order and to furnish a suitable reply in front of the Authority," he said.
Under Section 63 of the RERA Act, if the replies are deemed to be inappropriate then penalty of 5 per cent of the total project cost will be levied on them, Kumar said, according to a statement.
The defaulters from the first phase of meeting to be imposed penalties as listed above, the RERA statement said, adding that rest of the promoters will be called later on regarding non-compliance of the court orders.
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