Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960 – Amendments 2013

By Accommodation Times News Services Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960 - Amendments 2013 vide Ordinance dated 14 February, 2013 By- Mr. Fazalahmed B. Khan Former Deputy Secretary, Urban Development Department, Government of Maharashtra 1. The recital of an Act

Maharashtra Co-operative Societies (Second Amendment) Act 2018: All You Need To Know

The sub-section (4), section 166 of the principal Act is been removed. By Rohit Sharma MUMBAI The members of the committee and its office bearers not only have to co-terminus of the committee after five years from the date of election but also the members shall be deemed to have vacated their offices

Maha state to have separate office for cooperative housing societies

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI The State Cooperation Minister, Subhash Deshmukh on Monday said that the Maharashtra government will set up a different office for issues related to cooperatives housing societies to safeguard the interest of residents. Deshmukh informed that “The new chapter will be ready in 3-4 months. Some new rules will

Co-operative movement facing a slow death

By S S Nair Accommodation Times Bureau   The Maharashtra  StateCo-operative Act, Rules and bye-laws were framed to encourage co-operative feeling among the people and as an instrument to inculcate the co-operative moment.   Whenever amendments of the Act, rules and bye-laws are made people were expecting that something new and innovative ways will be

Case against the builders, not signing conveyance deed & transferring land of housing projects to societies.

By Accommodation Times Bureau Pune:The Pune District Co-operative Housing Federation has requested the state government to file criminal cases against the builders, who are not signing conveyance deed and transferring the land of housing projects to societies. Suhas Patwardhan, the chairman of Pune District Co-operative Housing Federation told, "Builders are unwilling to transfer the land because they want to continue to have

Non Occupancy Charges should be 10% of Service Charges By Societies

By Advocate S R Agarwal Accommodation Times Bureau The levy of non-occupation charges has been a controversial issue for a long time, which resulted into disputes between members and the Societies flooding the offices of the Deputy Registrar and the Courts. Therefore, attempts have been made by the State Govt from time to time to regulate it.