Why in Karnataka RERA not giving digitally signed certified copy of order? Why do they ask to collect hard copy of the order compulsory from Bangalore RERA office. We have to travel for 450 kms oneside to collect it. Suggest any way other than appointing a advocate or representative to collect it.

Answer By law4u team

The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) is an independent authority set up under the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 to regulate the real estate sector and ensure transparency in transactions related to real estate. As far as the issue of not providing digitally signed certified copies of orders is concerned, it may be due to technical or administrative reasons specific to the Karnataka RERA. However, as per the provisions of the Right to Information Act, 2005, any person has the right to obtain information from any public authority, including RERA, in a digital format. So, you can file an RTI application seeking a digitally signed certified copy of the order. The application can be filed online or offline, and the concerned authority is bound to provide a response within a stipulated time period. Alternatively, you can also try reaching out to the concerned officials of Karnataka RERA and requesting them to provide a digitally signed certified copy of the order via email or any other digital platform. If that doesn't work, you may need to appoint a representative or advocate to collect the hard copy of the order from the Bangalore RERA office.

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