Can husband and wife both apply for affordable housing in Haryana?
Answer :- No
A married couple (husband and wife) is allowed for single or joint ownership for the housing scheme.
Any person can apply but person which includes his/her spouse or his/her dependent children who do not own any flat/plot in any HUDA developed colony, sector or any licensed colony in any of the Urban Areas in Haryana, UT of Chandigarh and NCT Delhi shall be given first preference in allotment of flats. An applicant in a specific colony shall make only one application. Any successful applicant under this policy shall not be eligible for allotment of any other flat under this policy in any other colony. In case he/she is successful in more than one colony, he/she can retain only one flat and submit an affidavit to this effect.
The draw for the allotment of apartments shall be held under the supervision of a committee constituted for this purpose by following a transparent procedure:
a). Advertisements for booking of apartments shall be issued by the coloniser on two occasions at one- week interval in one of the leading daily and two Hindi dailies having circulation of more than 10000 copies in the state to ensure adequate publicity of the project and include details of allotment rate, schedule of payment, carpet area of the apartment, etc. The proforma of the advertisement should be approved by the DGTCP and hosted on the Department website.
b).It is stipulated that all HUDA affordable flats in a specific project shall be allotted in one go within-in four months of sanction of building plans or receipt of environmental clearance whichever is later and possession of flats shall be offered within the validity period of 4 years of such sanction/clearance.
c). Any person may apply for allotment of flat on the prescribed application form along with 5% amount of the total cost of flat. The applicant will be required to deposit additional 20% of the total cost of the flat at the time of allotment. The balance 75% of the amount will be payable in six monthly equated instalments over three- year period.
d). The applications will then be scrutinized within three-month period as prescribed in the policy and the concerned senior town planner shall fix the date of draw of lots with the ineligible applications returned within a month thereafter along with 5% booking amount without any interest.
e). Applications with minor deficiencies may be included in the draw and if those are successful in allotment, the applicants will be given an opportunity of removing the shortcoming within a period of 15 days. The complete list of successful allottees shall be maintained on the website of the department.
f). In case of any default of payment by an allottee, a reminder may be issued to the allottee and in case of failure to make payment, the defaulters name may be published in one of hindi dailies with a circulation of more than 10000 asking him/her to make the payment within 15 days failing which the allotment may be cancelled and the deposited amount may be paid back to the allottee after deducting a penalty amount of Rs.25000/-. Such flat(s) may then be allotted to applicants falling in the waiting list.
g). The developer shall disclose in the “Application Form” as well in the advertisement, the complete set of specifications to be adopted for finishing/fittings to be provided by the coloniser in the flat, viz., flooring (Rooms, Kitchens, Toilets & Bathrooms, Common areas, Balcony, stair-cases, etc. Doors and Window frames and Panels, internal pipes and fittings, electric wirings and fittings, sewerage pipes and fittings, sanitary fittings, etc.
Terms and conditions mentioned here are only indicative and are not exhaustive.For detailed terms and conditions, please refer to the Application Form and the Apartment Buyers Agreement.