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

Victim can register complaint against Home Building Co-operative Societies through e-mail, telephone

By Accommodation Times Bureau JAIPUR Grievance Redressal Cell has been constituted in the Mini Secretariat, Jaipur Office of Deputy Registrar, Co-operative Societies, Jaipur (City) for quick and solid disposal of complaints received in connection with housing construction co-operative societies. Now, any victim can enter the said cell personally, by registering his complaint through

Appointment of Auditors of Co-operative Societies

By Accommodation Times News Services According to the section 81(1) as it stood prior to amendment of 1985, the Registrar of Co-operative Societies had the power of appointing the auditors for the audit of all Co-operative Societies in Maharashtra State. Now as per the amendment, Section 81(1) has been sub-divided as

Claim of Adverse Possession by Co-operative Societies

By Accommodation Times News Services By Bankimchandra P. Khona, Solicitors 1) In majority of the ownership flats buildings conveyance are not executed by the Builder or Developer or the Owner in favour of the Co-operative Society. Parties do not now desire to have conveyance as heavy stamp duty are payable in most

General FAQs on Co-operative Societies

By Accommodation Times News Service Q: How to proceed if the BMC Authorities are not responding to the Complaint lodged with them? Ans: Many times it so happens that an individual is writing various Letters to the Municipal Offices but for certain reasons replies are not forthcoming from the BMC Authorities. In

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

Facts which are no commonly known about co-operative Societies

Facts which are no commonly known about co-operative Societies 1. According to Service Tax department, Co-operative societies are liability to pay Service Tax @ 12.24% on receipts excluding statutory payments, if the receipts are above Rs. 4,00,000/-. Interest @13% per annum and penalty upto 200% can also be levied by the authorities

THE DELHI CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES RULES, 2007

THE DELHI CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES RULES, 2007 Schedule-VII FORM -D (See Clause (16) of Schedule –VII) (Form of Affidavit to be signed by the Secretary/President of a Cooperative Group Housing Society for verification of list of members for allotment of Flats) AFFIDAVIT I ……………………………………………….. S/o, D/o, W/o Shri ………………………… …………………….. R/o ……………………………………………….. Hon. Secretary/President of the ……… ……………………………………….. Co-operative Group

Appointment of Auditors of Co-operative Societies

Appointment of Auditors of Co-operative Societies : According to the section 81(1) as it stood prior to amendment of 1985, the Registrar of Co-operative Societies had the power of appointing the auditors for the audit of all Co-operative Societies in Maharashtra State. Now as per the amendment, Section 81(1) has been

Co-operative Housing Societies are not subject to RTI Act

By Dr Sanjay Chaturvedi, LLB, PhD Accommodation Times Bureau In a retrograde judgement in the case of C. P. DHARMESH V SUSHIL KUMAR & ORS (ESIC FRIENDS C.G.H.S.LTD.) the Central Information Commission (CIC) has held that the Cooperative Housing Societies of Delhi are not pubic bodies since they are not funded by the Govt hence