“What Did the Supreme Court Have to Say About the Supertech Twin Towers?” The Noida Authority and the CBRI collaborated to choose the demolition company. The court found that there was coordination between Noida personnel and builders in aiding building in violation of regulations, and that the Noida authorities’ culpability was “writ big” in this instance. Supertech was recently chastised by the Supreme Court for delaying the demolition of its illegal 40-story Emerald Court twin tower project, after which the business made the decision. The Supreme Court issued its decision on the petitions submitted by property purchasers on August 31. The Allahabad High Court ordered the two structures to be demolished within four months on April 11, 2014.
for delaying the demolition of its unlawful 40-story Emerald Court twin tower project, which prompted the corporation to take action. The Supreme Court ruled on the petitions brought by property purchasers on August 31. The Allahabad High Court ordered the two structures to be demolished within four months and that unit owners be refunded their money on April 11, 2014. Those who purchased houses in the Supertech Emerald Court Project are eligible for a full refund, plus 12% interest, if they apply by Monday, January 17, which is today.