MAHARASHTRA COOPERATIVE HOUSING SOCIETY ACT 1960 PDF

Short title, extent and commencement. Registrar and his subordinates. Temporary vacancies. Societies which may be registered. Registration with limited or unlimited liability. Conditions of registration.

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Expulsion of a Member in a Co-operative Housing Society is an extreme measure and most Societies consider it their last resort. When everything else fails to set things right, expulsion of the concerned Member is considered the only way out. A Member may be expelled from the Membership of the Society, if such Member:. No Resolution shall be valid, unless the Member concerned is given an opportunity of representing his case to the General Body and no Resolution shall be effective unless it is approved by the Registrar.

Effect of Expulsion on Membership of the Society The Member, duly expelled from Membership of the Society, shall cease to be the Member of the Society, with effect from the date on which the Resolution of expulsion from the Membership of the Society is approved by the Registrar of Co-op.

The Member who has been duly expelled from the Membership of the Society, shall not be entitled to continue in occupation of his flat and he shall arrange to hand over peaceful and vacant possession of his flat to the Secretary of the Society within such period as the Managing Committee may allow.

On his failure to do so, he shall be liable to be evicted from his flat. No Member of the Society, who has been expelled from the membership, shall be eligible for readmission to membership in the Society, until expiry of the period of one year from the date of his expulsion, provided that on the recommendation of the General Body of the Society, the expelled Member may be readmitted to its membership, as a special case before the expiry of the period of one year with the prior permission of the Registrar of Co-operative Societies.

Considering that the basic duty of a Cooperative Housing Society Member is to safeguard the interests of the Society and any Member whose actions are detrimental to the interests of the Society can be expelled.

The process of expulsion is a fair one, where both parties i. If the Managing Committee of a Cooperative Housing Society decides to expel a Member from the membership of the Society, a Resolution needs to be passed to that effect; the topic must be included in the Agenda of the next General Meeting. The Member who is likely to be affected must be given a minimum one-month notice to remain present at the General Meeting or then make a written submission to Show-Cause why he should not be expelled.

Only then can the General Body proceed to consider the Resolution for expulsion of the Member. While considering the Resolution, the Registrar examines whether the Society has complied with the necessary formalities. Girna Sahakari Kharkhana Mh. Visit our parent website: www. Policies Drawbacks and disadvantages in Govt. Guidelines for Redevelopment flat-purchasers-betrayed-no-protection-in-the-proposed-maharashtra-housing-regulation-development-bill Indemnity bond in form m 20 abolished from 6th Sept.

Joomla slideshow module from joohopia. Follow me on. Effect of Expulsion on Membership of the Society:- The Member, duly expelled from Membership of the Society, shall cease to be the Member of the Society, with effect from the date on which the Resolution of expulsion from the Membership of the Society is approved by the Registrar of Co-op.

Handing Over of Flat: The Member who has been duly expelled from the Membership of the Society, shall not be entitled to continue in occupation of his flat and he shall arrange to hand over peaceful and vacant possession of his flat to the Secretary of the Society within such period as the Managing Committee may allow. Readmission to Membership:- No Member of the Society, who has been expelled from the membership, shall be eligible for readmission to membership in the Society, until expiry of the period of one year from the date of his expulsion, provided that on the recommendation of the General Body of the Society, the expelled Member may be readmitted to its membership, as a special case before the expiry of the period of one year with the prior permission of the Registrar of Co-operative Societies.

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Footnote: 1. These words were added by Mah. Section 42 was renumbered assub-section 1 andsub-section 2 was added byMah. These words were substituted for "remit", by Mah.

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Footnote: 1. Section 74 was substituted by Mah. This provison was substituted by Mah. This portion was substituted for the words "called by the society" by Mah. This portion was inserted by Mah.

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