Star Estate, a leading real estate services company, is mandated to sell around 2000 unsold flats of the erstwhile Amrapali group with missing owners including cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoniâ€™s flat. The court receiver has previously cancelled the allotment of flats due to the non-submission of documents and dues despite several notices.
The Supreme Court, which is attempting to raise funding for the blocked projects, then asked the state-run NBCC (National Buildings Construction Corporation) to complete the Amrapali Group's stalled projects. The state-owned NBCC will complete various residential projects in Noida and Greater Noida under the supervision of the Supreme Court of India and the Amrapali Stalled Projects and Investment Reconstruction Establishment (ASPIRE). The information provided on the website includes information about the cancelled flats from the court receiver.