Some may argue that this move from a fiduciary account to a separate account is against the organizer. That`s not possible. The transparency of the sector is a very important aspect that must be taken into account and, since the amounts of the separate accounts (the promoter`s current account in a planned bank) can only be achieved with the authorisation of the Authority, this creates better regulation. On the other hand, a fiduciary account is placed under the supervision of a third party, which means that the bank and the owner of the account (the contracting authority) enter into an agreement and appoint an agent for the account, essentially a bank or a recognized lender. In the case of real estate projects, the banks themselves would be the trustees. These trustees or fiduciary account managers are signatories who would release the funds in accordance with the terms of the agreement. The main objective and objective of this provision was to ensure that there was no temporal accompaniment of the project. As with missing directors, the element of fund abuse can occur. Since the proponent can use the funds raised from one project for the expansion of a business or the construction of another project. This provision is put in place to ensure that the funds collected by the Allottees for the specific project go to that particular project, as well as to avoid a diversion/diversification of funds. To understand the disbursement of funds based on the percentage of project completion, see the following table: One of the main changes implemented by RERA is the taxation of winches. It requires all real estate builders/developers to transfer 70% of the money received by customers to a fiduciary account managed by a planned commercial bank.
This particular provision prevents developers from using the funds for other projects and reduces the risk of insolvency. This means that the RERA trust account is no longer required. According to RERA, the contracting authority must open 2 separate accounts Section 4 (2) (L) (D) of the law provides that funds from the RERA account can only be used to cover construction costs and land acquisition costs for this project. . . .