Can a co-operative Housing Society refuse to admit a person as a member belonging to other religion/caste/community?

By Accommodation Times News Services By Bankimchandra Khona, solicitor. There are few Co-operative societies wherein membership to the Co-operative  Society is restricted to particular community or religion                       or caste. At the time of admitting the member, declarations and undertakings are taken from such intending member that the intending member belongs to particular religion

Co-operative Housing Society Tribunal at Goa

Accommodation Times Bureau Sec 137. Seat of the Co-operative Tribunal.— (1) The seat of the Goa Co-operative Tribunal shall be at Panaji, but the co-operative tribunal may sit at any other place convenient for the transaction of the business, which the President, with the approval of the State Government, may, by general or special

Formation of Co-operative Housing Society

By Adv. Vinod Sampat a) Formation of Co-operative Housing Society Practically every developer has to form a Co-operative Housing Society at one point of time or another. With the limited amount of options available with regard to management of the affairs of the building i.e. (a) Condominium (b) Private Limited Company and

Nomination in a Co-operative Housing Society

Nomination in a Co-operative Housing Society A Nominee when he is not the sole legal heir, is a Trustee, for the legal heirs of the deceased. The practice of providing for Nomination is to ensure that the institutions (Bank, Insurance or a Co-operative Society) know from the Nomination as to whom

Powers, Duties and Functions of Managing Committee of a Co-operative Housing Society

POWER OF SURVEY TEAM C.A VIMAL PUNMIYA Posted on 1st June 2007 I) POWER TO ENTER PREMISES: Places where an Income Tax Authority can enter- by virtue of section 133A (not withstanding anything contained in the Income Tax Act), an Income Tax Authority [i.e., Commissioner, Joint Commissioner, Director, Joint Director, Assistant Director, Deputy Director

Formation of Co-operative Housing Society

By Adv. Vinod Sampat a) Formation of Co-operative Housing Society Practically every developer has to form a Co-operative Housing Society at one point of time or another. With the limited amount of options available with regard to management of the affairs of the building i.e. (a) Condominium (b) Private Limited Company and

Madhuvihar Co-operative Housing Society & Ors.

CASE NO.: Appeal (civil) 3233 of 2006 PETITIONER: M/s Jayantilal Investments RESPONDENT: Madhuvihar Co-operative Housing Society & Ors. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 10/01/2007 BENCH: Arijit Pasayat & S. H. Kapadia JUDGMENT: J U D G M E N T KAPADIA, J. What are the rights and obligations of a promoter under the provisions of the Maharashtra Ownership Flats (Regulation of the Promotion of

FAQ on Karnataka Housing Co-operative Society

By Accommodation Times News Services 1)   What are the norms for the registration of House Building Co-operative societies. ? Persons who are interested to form House Building Co-operative societies should conduct a meeting. In that meeting the name of the society, Area of operation and its objects and a minimum of 09

Ordinance to amend Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act 1960: All you need to know

By K. K. Ramani (Advocate) The Maharashtra Cooperative Societies (Third Amendment) Ordinance 2018 promulgated by the Governor of Maharashtra brings about significant changes in the Cooperative Societies Act, mainly to cater to the issues of cooperative housing societies. Maharashtra Cooperative Societies Act, as it stood, is designed to regulate the affairs