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dypim   04 December 2023

Society not fine with showing the car sticker but wants to stick on windscreen

My society has given me the car sticker but the issue is it has flat name and flat number mentioned which I think is breach to the privacy as I will be exposing my house address to everyone wherever I will go.
I keep the sticker with me in car and whenever the society security stops me I show them the stickers. But now they are enforcing me to stick on the car.
I don't want to stick first due to it has flat number and society name which is violation of privacy and 2nd I am a tenant so if I change the flat I need to remove the sticker which will damage my windscreen as i have sunfilm applied. 
Society enforcing me to stick the sticker, they are not fine with showing them the stickers when required. They are saying they will lock my vehicle in my parking and later they will not even allow my car to go inside.

Do I have any legal rights to challenge this  if they dont allow me inside ?



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 2 Replies

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     05 December 2023

You have repeated the question under a different title in a different thread, however the answer given in the other thread is repeated:

If the bylaws are frmed for compliance by all members, then one cannot object or refuse to obey the bylaws citing his own personal reasons. This would be a disobedience of law, hence you may try to sort it out with the MC members of the society instead of quarelling and developing  it a big issue. 

 

Dr. J C Vashista (Advocate and Legal Consultant)     05 December 2023

Is it a legal issue to be repeatedly considered and obliged by experts on this platform ?

It is advisable to consult a local prudent lawyer with relevant Bye-Law /Resolution of the Society 

or

You may leave the premises and take some other house on rent.


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