In order to check corruption, the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) has decided to make it mandatory for cooperative housing societies to procure a noobjection certificate (NOC) from the deputy registrar of the cooperative department for redevelopment projects. Join us on Twitter | Join us on LinkedIn | Join us on Facebook A senior official said, “Unless, the NOC is received, we will not process any file pertaining to redevelopment projects. The decision has been prompted because of allegations and counter-allegations made by those involved in redevelopment projects. This will ensure that the names of Mhada officials are not sullied because of internal disputes within the housing society.’’
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Society Owner Members
Should know & Demand from
Every Managing Committee Member of Redevelopment participating society
The M-20 bond has been signed and submitted to the Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Society.
Member of a Co-operative Housing Society in Maharashtra, who has more than two children is not eligible to be a member of the Managing Committee. (Section 73-FF & 144-E)
This disqualification is applicable only to a member to whom the third child is born after September 7, 2011
if a member is convicted by a Court of Law for any offence involving moral turpitude, that member is not eligible to be elected as a member of the committee unless a period of six years has lapsed since such conviction.
A member who defaults in payment of dues to the society within three months from the date of service of notice in writing is not eligible to be elected as a member of the committee.
The Dy Registrar should check the eligibility of the managing committee members also before NOC is issued.
There are many societies who do not know and follow the (Section 73-FF & 144-E) rule.
If the society members make a mistake, it is the duty of the Dy Registrar to keep a check if his own framed rules are obeyed and followed and not violated by the society members in appointing the managing committee..