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

Housing Societies to be digitised in Jaipur

By Accommodation Times Bureau Registrar, Cooperative Rajan Vishal said on Tuesday that the final audit report of 161 housing construction cooperatives of Jaipur city will be digitized. For this, camps have been organized in the Office of the Mini Secretariat of Regional Audit Officer from 27th June to 13th July. He said that

Society’s failure to fix leakage, 2 flat owners gets Rs 60,000 payout

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI After the complaint filed before the additional Mumbai Suburban District Members Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, it directed Mohatta Nagar cooperative housing society’s secretary to complete the repair work of buildings and flats in 3 months. The two complainant's had filed the separate complaint about failing to fix the

Redevelopment of Societies not subject matter of RERA

By Dr. Sanjay Chaturvedi LLB, PhD Muralidhar Mahadeo Prabhu V/s G A Builders Pvt Ltd.( CC00600000000-12265) Order dated 15th January 2018 The Complainant in his complaint has stated that he is the member of a Co-Operative Housing Society which is taken up for redevelopment by the Respondent. He alleged that the Respondent

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

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.