Taking charge of a registered co-op society without majority
We have a situation wherein an administrator is appointed on our society for the past 15 years and who is taking advantage of the inaction of the members. Now our society is due for redevelopment and eligible for FSI more than 2.0 but the administrator is taking charge of the redevelopment and making plans for the advantage of the developer and giving us least benefit. we want to remove this administrator and take charge of our society and do the redevelopment our selves. How to proceed in this objective.
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from Thane, Maharashtra
Our society is registered but the members are dispersed due to different interests; some willing to support the administrator due to economic reasons (being not able to support themselves after demolishing of their building and pay rent themselves but depend on the administrator) and agree to his plans, and some willing to fight out the case at the court of law to build our house at the existing place and some neutral. we are willing to support the economically backward members and take care of their needs but they are not convinced but attracted by the administrator's propaganda and his influence to get their rent.
We want to take charge of our unit (with definite regd no) but not able to garnish majority.
Asked 3 years ago
Those of you who are together, can initiate legal proceedings for change of administrator, and instead for management of the society by a committee elected by the members. It is seen that once the proceeding is initiated, the other do join.