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Co-Operative Housing Society Laws in West Bengal

Thank you for the answer. For fear of litigation, no member is in favor of filing a written complaint with HIDCO/NKDA or taking legal action in connection with this unauthorized occupation of the company`s portion. Changes or revisions to the plan have not yet been made, as the developer takes a part of each business in the same way they grow under the pretext of HIDCO`s proposal published in the newspaper almost two years ago for the supply of ice cream/pastry in the company building. In this way, they forcibly deprive societies of their own space as soon as the members of the whole society are changed during spatial planning. The plan approved by the building we have, but the site plan is not available with me or another member. c) to authorize one of the members of the Management Board, who is not the person responsible for the cash or account, in particular, to examine the cash balance in the Company`s books at least once a month and the other assets of the Company once a quarter and to report the outcome of such review to the Executive Board at the next subsequent meeting. In the event of a lack of cash or any other assets, the Management Board shall immediately take measures to remedy the default, failing which the members of the Board of Directors shall be jointly and severally liable for remedying the defect; What is the procedure for resigning from the position of treasurer and secretary of housing coop? Socéité? (2) Under the conditions prescribed by the State Government, the General Manager, controlled by the Board of Directors, and the President shall exercise the following powers in the conduct of the affairs of the Company, namely: The information provided is very good. I have a few questions. 1. Are there housing laws for Telangana State? 2. Do RWAs have to file IT reports and can they claim TDS on corpus fund interest and maintenance costs? (ii) The authority that receives a request for dismissal from an employee immediately settles all claims of the company against the applicant and his resignation is accepted only after his accounts have been fully cleaned up and the responsibility of his office has been officially transferred.

(i) On matters relating to higher cooperatives, central cooperatives, federal cooperatives and non-agricultural primary credit unions, including primary housing cooperatives and primary urban cooperatives — Two hundred and fifty rupees: I am concerned about a housing cooperative in Newtown where my in-laws paid a developer acting as an intermediary between the initial departure Members of the cooperative(8) and new members (buyers) for a brand new group of shepherd properties being developed by them. Promoter. The developer pays the old cooperation group. Members according to the price of the agreement to transfer their share by taking money from a new party that is willing to have an apartment in this cooperative. The main problem is that the developer changed and occupied the caretaker`s room (according to the approved plan) for the production of a store, also moved the mandatory toilet part to the ground floor in the other part of the co-op.office room, without the plan being revised/modified. This is done only to earn extra money by selling the store, and it is without the consent of the newly transferred (five)/non-transferred (three) members. We are concerned that the guest parking lot will also remain occupied and may then be sold to third parties. The question of whether NKDA CC can exist by neglecting such unauthorized changes made beyond the sanctioned plan with the help of corruption of the authority and current members should have a say at that time to protect the invasive housing co-op. Zone by the developer.

Litigation can be a major threat to deal with during construction, but the advantage that the developer uses to ruin housing standards during this transition period can be stopped by NKDA/HIDCO, and a healthy co-op can be overcome there, otherwise there will be a negative reaction that will continue in the long run. None of the members present also advocate a company in their housing project in exchange for mental calm in their own environment. Please guide us and advise us accordingly to get out of the store nightmare in the project. (xi) organise, promote or carry out other activities or functions considered beneficial or conducive to the achievement of the objectives of the Union in accordance with its Statute; (iv) the acquirer formally applies for membership in the Company with the necessary documents such as a copy of the two-part agreement of the proposed transfer transaction and a statement that it will provide the Company with a certified copy of the registered deed of sale. My co-op (in Saltlake, Kolkata) requires me to pay maintenance fees in cash, while I prefer online transfers as it helps me track payments. Is there a law that can require me to pay cash? Even if the co-op is not properly maintaining the property and the water leaks and ceiling of my apartment are damaged, can I refuse to pay the maintenance fee until the problems have been resolved? Please let me know. Dear Sir, I own an apartment in the KMC area and it is not a housing cooperative. Company apartment.

Can I buy a housing co-op? Corporate housing in the KMC area? I intend to sell my first apartment after buying the stable. Flat. (iii) the said company is able to pay compensation that may be granted for the acquisition of that land or part of it under the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 (1 of 1894), acquires that land or part of it for the Corporation and transfers ownership of it to the Corporation if the Corporation pays the necessary compensation determined by the collector; (a) where an application has been made under Rule 191-1 and the amounts referred to in that Rule have been filed by the applicant to issue an order to cancel the sale and to request the bank or corporation to pay the recipient the amount deposited in accordance with Rule 191-I(b) and section 141, points (c) and (d); an amount not exceeding half of the outstanding loan (in addition to the immediate repayment of the entire outstanding loan to the company or corporate bank concerned). Thank you for writing such insightful blogs. It helps ordinary citizens like us understand the law and the process. I came across your blog while trying to find an answer to my question. To some extent, this blog has answered my question, but I just want to confirm my understanding with you to gain some confidence in my understanding. After reading the blog, I understand the following: “A person may own more than 1 apartment in the same housing cooperative, provided that this person or a member of his family does not own land, a house or an apartment within the local boundaries of a municipal company or a municipality or a city or a gram panchayat or an area of registered authority where the housing cooperative is located, with the exception of the one in which she applies. or applied.