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 76(a) Society to carry out Structural Audit
The Society shall cause to undertake the Structural Audit of the building as follows-
I. for buildings aged between 15 to 30 years: once in 5 years
Ii. for buildings aged more than 30 years: once in 3 years
Bye Law No 76(b)
Such Structural Audit by Societies which are in Municipal Corporations limits shall be conducted by approved Engineers from the Corporations panel. In case of other Societies such structural audit shall be carried by the Govt. Approved Structural Engineers / Architect, and maintain record thereof
Bye Law No 76(c) Fire Audit
The Society shall undertake to carry out periodical Fire Audit of its property as per the State Fire Policy, and maintain record thereof
Bye Law No 76(d) Inspection of Lifts
The Society shall carry out periodical Inspection of Lifts / Elevators and maintain record thereof
Bye Law No 77. To obtain certificate of possession from the allottee
The committee shall, after getting occupation or completion certificate from the local authority, scrutinize the allotment register from time to time and issue instructions to the Secretary of the Society to hand over possession of flats to the respective Members who have complied with the provisions of the bye-law no. 17 / 19.
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