Blanket consent is not consent, rules the Bombay High Court

A single judge of the Bombay High Court (“Court”), in the case of Dosti Corporation v/s. Sea Flama Co-operative Housing Society Limited and Ors1, decided on 7th April 2016 has reiterated and upheld the contention that blanket consent or authority obtained by the builder promoter at the time of entering into the agreement for sale or at the time of handing over possession of the flat is not consent within the meaning of Section 7 (1) of the Maharashtra Ownership of Flats Act, 1963 (“MOFA”).

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