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Jalindar Shirsath   26 December 2019

Will chairman resignation dissolved complete body?

Respected Sir/Ma'am, Suppose housing society chairman only resigned from post (Only orally in SGM), Is it means whole commitee will be dissolved? Other members (Secretary, Treasurer, etc) didn't resign from post. Housing society some members form new committe and started working as well. Could you please advice if above procedure is done correctly? Thank you.


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kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     26 December 2019

If any member of the Executive Committee (body), it cannot be dissolved.  verify your society bylaws, whether such clause is  added or not.

Jalindar Shirsath   26 December 2019

Thank you Sir for reply. I think no such clause added in bylaws. We have default bylaws and till date we have not made any changes/amendments in our bylaws.

kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     27 December 2019

so now the EC can conduct the meeting and elect to a new body then amend the bylaws if necessary. 

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T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     27 December 2019

1. The president can tender  resignation to thecommittee members of the RWA.



2. The status will be that he will remain as Presidenty until a replacement is found for him or the RWA accepts his resignation.



3.  It is a honorary post hence it is his rights to resign or continue with the post until he has been removed from the post for any alleged misconduct or misappropriation or embezzlement offences.



The RWA cannot force him to continue against his willingness but may request him to continue till an alternate arrangement is made for the post.

The association cannot be dissolved for this.

Jalindar Shirsath   27 December 2019

Thank you sir reply. So the some members formed new commeitte is not by the procedure of EC.
Could you please suggest how we should present our points to new committee ?

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