Co-operative Housing Society Bye-Law- 60

Society Bye-Law

Housing Society Bye-laws are the rules and regulations laid down for the proper and peaceful running of cooperative housing societies. Co-operative society bye-laws are approved by the government authorities and are formed with the intention to help the societies self-regulate themselves.

Model Bye–Laws of Cooperative Housing Society


(D) Restrictions on Holding more than One Flat (Bye Law No 60)

Bye Law No 60. Holding of multiple flats by Member 

Individual Members of the Society may hold more than one flat, in the building/s of the Society in his name or in the name of any of the Members of his family subject to the conditions as provided under the provisions of Section 6 of the “Act”.

The Maharashtra Cooperative Societies Act 1960, 


Section 6 – Conditions of registration 

(1) No society, other than a federal society, shall be registered under this Act, unless it consists of at least ten persons 1 [or such higher number of persons as the Registrar may, having regard to the objects and economic viability of a society and development of the co-operative movement, determine from time to time for a class of societies] (each of such persons being a member of a different family), who are qualified to be members under this Act, and who reside in the area of operation of the society:

2 [Provided that, a lift irrigation society consisting of less than ten but of five or more such persons may be registered under this Act.]

(2) No society with unlimited liability shall be registered, unless all persons forming the society reside in the same town or village, or in the same group of villages.

3 (2A) No crop protection society shall be registered, unless the Registrar is satisfied, after such inquiry, as he thinks necessary, that a draft of the proposal made by the society for protecting the crops, structures, machinery, agricultural implements and other equipment such as those used for pumping water on the land, was duly published for inviting all owners of lands likely to be affected by the proposal and all other persons likely to be interested in the said lands to join the proposal or to send their objections or suggestions and that the objections and suggestions received, if any, have been duly considered by the society and that the owners in possession of not less than 66 percent in the aggregate of the lands included in the proposal have given their consent in writing to the making of the proposal and that the proposal made is feasible. For this purpose, the society shall submit to the Registrar.:–

(a) a plan showing the area covered by the proposal and the surrounding lands as shown in the map or maps of the village or villages affected;

(b) an extract from the record of rights duly certified showing the names of the owners of the lands and the areas of the lands included in the proposal;

(c) statements of such of the owners of the lands as consented to the making of the proposal signed by owners before two witnesses;

(d) a detailed estimate of the cost of implementing the proposal;

(e) a detailed statement showing how the cost is proposed to be met.

When such a society is registered, the cost of implementing the proposal shall be met wholly or in part by contribution to be levied by the society from each owner of the land included in the proposal, including any such owner who may have refused to become a member of the society. The owner of every land included in the proposal shall also be primarily liable for the payment of the contribution leviable from time to time in respect of such land.

(3) No federal society shall be registered unless it has at least five societies as its members.

(4) Nothing in this Act shall be deemed to affect the registration of any society made before the commencement of this Act.

(5) The word ‘limited’ or “unlimited” shall be the last word in the name of every society with limited or unlimited liability, as the case may be, which is registered or deemed to be registered under this Act.

Explanation.– For the purposes of this section and section 8 the expression “member of a family” means a wife, husband, father, mother, 4 [son, or unmarried daughter.]

Read other Co-operative housing society bye-laws: 

Bye-law No 1

Bye-law No 2

Bye-law No 3

Bye-law No 4

Bye-law No 5

Bye-law No 6

Bye-law No 7

Bye-law No 8

Bye-law No 9

Bye-law No 10

Bye-law No 11

Bye-law No 12

Bye-law No 13

Bye-law No 14

Bye-law No 15

Bye-law No 16

Bye-law No 17

Bye-law No 18

Bye-law No 19

Bye-law No 20

Bye-law No 21

Bye-law No 22

Bye-law No 23

Bye-law No 24

Bye-law No 25

Bye-law No 26

Bye-law No 27

Bye-law No 28

Bye-law No 29

Bye-law No 30

Bye-law No 31

Bye-law No 32

Bye-law No 33

Bye-law No 34

Bye-law No 35

Bye-law No 36

Bye-law No 37

Bye-law No 38

Bye-law No 39

Bye-law No 40

Bye-law No 41

Bye-law No 42

Bye-law No 43

Bye-law No 44

Bye-law No 45

Bye-law No 46

Bye-law No 47

Bye-law No 48

Bye-law No 49

Bye-law No 50

Bye-law No 51

Bye-law No 52

Bye-law No 53

Bye-law No 54

Bye-law No 55

Bye-law No 56

Bye-law No 57

Bye-law No 58

Bye-law No 59


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