I am a self employed professional (Advocate & Tax Consultant). I have purchase office premises under MOFA from the builder.
I am a member of cooperative society in Mumbai. The society is consisting Sixty one offices. (No residential flat). Society is registered under Maharashtra Co Op Societies Act. Land & building is conveyed to the Society. Since two years day to day affairs of the society is managed by the Managing Committee.
For parking member’s vehicles in the basement and in compound of society building rotational parking facility is provided to the members. Managing Committee is not allowing me to park my car inside the society building on the ground that I have not purchase parking space from the builder and my name is not appearing in the list submitted by the builder to MC. MC says that only those members are eligible to park vehicle in side society compound who have been allotted parking by the builder.
Can I file a complaint against the society with consumer court?
The moot points are that
1) I am a self employed professional
2) Society is not residential Premises but it is commercial premises consisting of only offices. Does Commercial nature will create any jurisdiction issue or maintainability of the suit can be challenged on such ground,
3) Consumer court has jurisdiction to hear my complaint considering above points?
4) If I have given my office on leave and license base, will this affect jurisdiction of consumer court?
Asked 7 months ago in Civil Law from Mumbai, Maharashtra