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Clive Sinclair (Service)     09 March 2012

Ad-hocs charges in regd co-op society at mumbai



I live in a Regd CO-op Society at Mumbai. 

1. Society is charging an Ad-hoc fee of 15 days rent from owners who let out their flats as NOC charges. Is this justified? How to protest? I am unable to find a Bye-law to this effect. We have adapted Model Bye laws. Pl advice.

2. Society is also charging a Parking Fee of Rs 2000 pm from all residents who have a second car (All have one parking Free). Even tenants are asked to pay this charge for first car also as only owners have free first car parking. Is this permitted under bye laws? If yes, pl quote Bye-Law etc.



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Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     10 March 2012

1.  Non-Occupancy Charges are fixed at 10% of the Society Maintenance charges (excluding BMC taxes), as prescribed under bye law no. 43(c).


2.  Parking charges is levied, as fixed by the General Body and approved in any SGM/AGM.


Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal

Clive Sinclair (Service)     12 March 2012

Thanks Hemant

1. Pl help me by quoting relevant byelaws through which Society can decide Parking charges.

2. Any other charges which a Society can charge on ad-hoc basis, pl advise.


Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     13 March 2012

1.  Bye-Law no. 78 to 85, pertains to Parking parameters in a CHS.

2.  Bye-Laws no. 72 & 69(a)(viii) ),  is for levy of Interest on defaulted dues of the CHS

3.  Bye-law no. 68(xiii) and bye-law no. 69(a)(xiv), gives power to the General Body to fix  "Any other Charges" that the General Body may deem fit for the various violations done in a CHS.

Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal

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