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Jo Ni   24 July 2021

Chsl election resolution can be challenge

Last election held in 2006 in cooperative housing society, then in year 2006 a resolution passed for extension of tenure till 2014 of the same managing committee with majority. 

Again the same thing happened again and MC gets power till 2019.

So whether these resolution is valid? Or will the resolution has been challenge on DDR. On what ground? 


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Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     24 July 2021

Where is the CHS located (which state) ? What is the tenure of MC  s per State Cooperative Societies Act and Rules on the subject.

Moreover, generally (all states throughout India) tenure of MC is a Cooperative Society can not be more than 3 years.

In any case proper elections of the MC has to be conducted as in the case of Lok sabha of Parliament whereas the resolution is improper and invalid.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     24 July 2021

If you have any grievance, file complaint before Registrar of co-operative society informing such facts and it is his responsibility to take corrective action on behalf of the minority members.

P. Venu (Advocate)     25 July 2021

Any suggestion depends upon the Law under which the Society is registered.

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