DELHI: An amnesty scheme has been launched by Noida Authority to waive penalties on investors defaulting in paying regular instalments against plots allotted to them. The scheme is expected to benefit hundreds of outstation and overseas investors.
“The scheme has been devised primarily to provide relief to investors who reside outside,” said Rama Raman, chairman and CEO, Noida Authority. The Authority would forgo fines if investors make advance payments of instalments due by them after clearing old dues.
Apart from overseas investors, the Authority had been receiving requests from several quarters for a scheme aimed at relieving the burden of penalties from defaulting allottees.