Showing posts with label Member. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Member. Show all posts

Members must pay their dues regularly in order to ensure smooth functioning of their societies examines Adv. R. P. Rathod.

 Do you pay your CHS dues on time?

Adv. R. P. Rathod. emphasis that It is the duty of every member to pay dues properly & on time for ensuring the smooth functioning of the society.Generally people living in (Co-operative Housing Society) CHS are well aware of the fact that they are required to pay their regular contributions towards the expenses and expenditure incurred for running the day-to-day affairs of the society. Remember, a CHS is never formed for making profits instead it collects and dis­burses the contributions from its members towards common facilities and services enjoyed by its mem­bers.

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Societies cannot refuse membership to those who are eligible

Adv. R. P. Rathod., throws light on the Laws and Procedures that govern transfers of Flat.

Transfer of membership in a society is common enough, but many times it gets entangled in disputes sometimes because the concerned parties have not completed the formalities, and at other times because of wrong interpretations of the laws and procedures says Adv. R. P. Rathod.

        Section 22 of the Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960 lists the categories of persons who can be members of a society.

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Societies read this for members not vacating the flats for Re-development of the society building

SUIT (LODGING) NO. 229 OF 2010

M/s. Jasmina Constructions Pvt. Ltd. ...Plaintiffs.
Mandapeshwar Kripa Co-operative Housing Society Limited & Ors: Defendants
Mr. Rajiv Narula with Mr. Basant Trilokani i/by M/s. Jhangiani Narula & Associates for the Plaintiffs
Mr. S. U. Kamdar, Sr. Counsel with Mr. Vinay Deshpande with Ms. Meenakshi Mhapeukar i/by M/s. Shamim & Co. for Defendant No.

1. Mr. Ajay M. Talreja for Defendant No. 8
Mr. Deepak S. Jadhav for Defendant Nos. 2, 3, 4 & 6

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Responsibilities, liabilities & Rights of Members

With Powers comes responsibilities & with Rights comes duties says Adv. R. P. Rathod

1.           Society may by resolution passed in general meeting held for the purpose, expel a member for acts which are detrimental to the interest or proper working of the society under Sec 35 of the M.C.S. Act

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Can a Member approach Consumer Forum against their grievance?

 The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (the CPA 1986) is a Central Govt. Act applicable in all states of India, to provide for the protection of the interests of consumers and settlement of consumers’ disputes.

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