No relief for people in minorityPosted: July 18, 2012
The court gave no relief to persons who were in minority and were opposed to the redevelopment. The court dismissed an appeal filed by Mahesh Nandani and others against Sahara CHS to challenge an order of a single judge of the Bombay HC passed last August. The single judge had dismissed a writ filed by Nandani which challenged the order of the Maharashtra Co-operative Appellate Court in the proceedings arising from a dispute under Section 91 of the Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960.
The dispute was raised by the housing society which had sought directions to have the residents opposed to the redevelopment project comply with the society’s resolution of September 2006. The society had entered into an agreement with a builder called Raja Builders to redevelop the building which they said was dilapidated.
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