sir, I got a shop which is paternal property in mumbai. In this shop my brother and i have a equal ownership. My shop is under society's rule and regulation. In this society there are two secretary one of wing -D and another is of wing A,B,C,D. The wing D's secretary is fraud. My brother has transferred ownership of this shop in his name by illegal manner with the help of wing D- Secretary. and D-wing secretary gave him Gumasta licence and No objection in transfer of Electricity bill in his Name.
sir,i complained this matter to secretary of A, B,C,D Wing, then he included my name and my brother's name in society shop maintanence bilL. Sir, my father hadnot payed maintanence Rs6 1/2 lakhs so, the secretary of A,B,C,D had put all this matter including fake secratary of 'D'wing before the Distric Deputy registrar of co-Operative Housing society dadar(w) Mumbai.It went from Aug-(2019) to Jan (2020) and the result doesnot came till now.
sir, "A,B,C,D Wing society" Lawyer is telling me, your brother is not able to pay 6 1/2 lakhs Rs so, you pay all amount and get share certificate but she is not telling anything about possession of the shop which i want. sir, i want to know whether the society or Registrar court will help me to get Possession of the shop or I have to again file a case against my brother for getting possession of shop.
13 August 2020
In this context, the legal heirs are entitled to take over the house. If there was any sruggle either by officials or by Management, you can file an arbitration with the Deputy registrar.If no result is forthcominfg from the Registrar, file a case with the judicial munsiff court for remedy.
14 August 2020
Mr./ Ms. Anonymous, Does a cooperative society have 2 secretaries and function separately ? Unbelievable. Does Cooperative Society permit commercial activity in the premises ? Vague and confusing statement, be clear and specific.
15 August 2020
1. Society .OR. coop. Registrar have no legal jurisdiction to give you possession of shop.
2. For possession of shop, you will need to file suit in the local Civil Court, with all supporting documentary evidences and witnesses. Civil Court cannot decide about outstanding dues of a Coop. Society.