Bye-Laws Chapter IX



The registration of the Society shall render it a body corporate by the name under which it is registered, with perpetual succession and common seal and with power to acquire, hold and dispose of the property, to enter into contracts and other legal proceedings and do all such things as are necessary for the purpose for which it is constituted.


The common seal of the society shall be in the custody of the Secretary of the society and shall be used under the authority by means of a resolution of the Committee and the deeds of conveyance, share certificate or any other documents, to which the seal is affixed on behalf of the Society, shall be attested by the Chairman, the Secretary and one member of the committee, authorised by the committee in that behalf.


The Society shall have a charge on the shares and/ or interest of a member, present or past, in the capital/ property of the society and upon any dividend, bonus or profits, payable to a member in respect of any charges due from such member or past member to the society and may set off sum credited by or payable to a member, in or towards the repayment of such charges, as provided under Section 46 of the MCS Act 1960.

The member, person/firm who had purchased the flat under any agreement under Section 4 of the Ownership Flats Act 1963, or acquired interest in the flat on transfer of the same by existing member with previous permission of the society, shall be deemed to have been allotted the same flat by the society subject to the terms and conditions set out in the letter of allotment in the prescribed form, including subsequent modifications made by the society to it.

No member of the society shall use the flat deemed to have been allotted to him under (a) above, for a purpose other than that mentioned in the letter of allotment, without the previous consent in writing of the committee.


The Society shall cause the STRUCTURAL AUDIT of the building of the society as follows:

For the building ageing 15 to 30 years.... once in 5 years

For the building ageing above 30 years.... once in 3 years.

Such STRUCTURAL AUDIT shall be conducted by the Engineers from the panel of Municipal Corporations in case of the societies which are in the limits of Municipal Corporations. In case of other societies such structural audit shall be carried out by the Govt. Approved Engineer.

Member may hold parking space/stilt if he is allotted the same and he shall have a right to transfer the same to transferee or other eligible member of the same society.

The allotment of Parking Space/stilts shall be made by the Committee on the basis of "First Come First Served" for available parking spaces. However, in case of Parking Space/stilts allotted by the society, the member shall have no right to sell or transfer the said allotted Parking Space/stilts, to anybody.


No member may be entitled to utilise more parking spaces/ stilts that what is allotted to him by the Committee Builder


Where any stilts have been built or open space in the society's compound is available for parking of cars, the society shall number the stills or the open space in such a way that no inconvenience would be caused to any of the member of the society. The committee shall ensure that the space is used by the members for the purpose for which it is allotted to them.


A member, having a motor vehicle, will only be eligible to have stilts or a parking space. No member shall normally be eligible for being allotted more than one stilt or a parking space for parking the car owned by him or allotted to him by his employer, or the firm of which he is the partner or the company of which he is the director. If any stilts or parking spaces remain unallotted for want of applicants for allotment, a second or third stilt or parking space may be allotted to the same member who has earlier been allotted the stilt or the parking space. Such allotment of 2nd or 3rd stilts/parking space shall be made on year to year basis, provided the same is not required by another member, who is not allotted even a single stilt/parking space.


In case the number of vehicles of eligible members are in excess then the available parking space/ stilts, the managing committee shall allot such parking space/ stilts by lot' on yearly basis.


The member, desiring to have a stilt or a parking space, may make an application to the Secretary of the society giving necessary details. The procedure for disposal of applications for permission under the bye-law, as laid down under the bye-law No.65, shall be followed by the Secretary and the committee of the society.


Every member, who has been allotted the stilt or the parking space shall be required to pay the parking charges at such rate as may be decided by the General Body of the society at its meeting, irrespective of the fact whether he actually parks his motor vehicle or not. Where a member has been allotted more than one stilt/parking space, he shall pay parking charges in respect of every such stilt or parking space, as decided by the General Body Meeting.


Every member, having a scooter, a motor cycle, or an auto rickshaw shall obtain prior permission of the committee for parking his vehicle in the compound of the society and pay the charges fixed by the General Body of the society at its meeting.