Housing Society Bye-laws are the rules and regulations laid down for the proper and peaceful running of the co-operative 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
X. INCORPORATION, DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE SOCIETY
Bye Law No 75(a) Flat purchased is deemed to have been allotted.
The Member, person/firm who had purchased the flat under an agreement under Section 4 of the Ownership Flats Act, or acquired interest in the flat on transfer of the same by existing Member with previous permission of the Society, shall be deemed to have been allotted the same flat by the Society subject to the terms and conditions set out in the letter of allotment in the prescribed form, including subsequent modifications made by the Society
Bye Law No 75(b) Policy for allotment of flats
The allotment of flats in the building/buildings of the Society shall be made to its Members on the basis of (i) the first come first served, (ii) full payment of the demands, made by the Society from time to time or (iii) by drawing lots as may be decided by the General Body Meeting. The Secretary of the Society shall issue letters of allotment of flats in the prescribed form to the respective Members and obtain confirmation letters from them
Bye Law No 75(c) Cancellation of allotment of flats
Where any Member fails to pay any calls made by the Society under the bye-law No. 74(a), within the time allowed to him by the committee the allotment of flat made in his favor, shall stand canceled and the Secretary of the Society, under instructions from the Committee, shall inform the Member accordingly. Where such cancellation has been made, the flat may be allotted to other applicant approved by .the committee, if a Member, whose allotment is canceled, makes payment of the calls and Committee at its meeting may consider the matter regarding re allotment of any other flat to him if it is available for allotment
Bye Law No 75(d) Handing over possession of flats
No Member shall be eligible to get possession of the flat allotted to him unless he has made full payment towards shares, cost of construction, repayment of the loan installments, which have fallen due and/or any other charges demanded by the Society, under these bye-laws
Bye Law No 75(e) Change of user not permissible without the sanction of the Committee.
No Member of the Society shall use the flat / unit deemed to have been allotted to him under (a) above, for a purpose other than that mentioned in the letter of allotment, without the previous consent in writing of the Committee.
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