opening society amenities for activities such as yoga class

It's been six months that our society is formed. Considering summers, we plan to open our clubhouse for activities for residents by appoinint external/internal trainers.

My question is:

1) Can a committee take a descision on its own to have these facilities open for residents only by hiring an external trainer or does it require a resolution to be passed in an AGM prior to starting the activity classes.

2) Incase if the resolution is not passed in the AGM, what is the way forward?

3) Can an extraordinary general body meeting be called to address this isssue.

4) One of our committee member is also a certified swimming trainer and intend to start a swimming class for residents in our society by charging a fee. Is there a conflict of interest involved in this case.




ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108

1.  The Club-House and Swimming Pool, are part of the common amenties of the Society and "ANY" type of decision for any activities must MANDATORILY be passed in any General Body (GB) Meeting via a Notice-Agenda-Resolution, properly proposed & seconded.  The MC has no jurisdiction to conduct or permit any activities that is not passed in a GB meeting.

2.  A Mg.Committee (MC) member having any type of vested interests (means charging money), is barred from doing any such activities, while being in office.

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Dy Director

please read society constitutution.

Dy Director

every socieity has one or more odd person to object developmental and welfare acvitities.




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