Car Parking rules in Delhi co-operative housing societies
WHO OWNS THE COMMON AREAS & FACILITIES: The land of co-operative societies is taken from DDA jointly by all the members of the co-operative society. Therefore all the members are actual owners but due to provisions of law, every member is having un-divided interest in the common areas and facilities of the co-operative society.
CAR PARKING RULES – WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY: The elected Managing Committee is responsible to put up schemes to the general body meeting of the members to pass a scheme in the interest of all the members of the Society. The general meeting of co-operative society, in fact, is final authority to decide all the matters of the co-operative society. Therefore, the scheme put up by the Managing Committee after approval, need to be implemented by all the members of the co-operative society.
CAR PARKING RULES: In case of any doubt in making or amending any rules, the model bye laws of co-operative societies provide in their main object to follow such rules / methods adopted by DDA or MCD in NCR of Delhi.
CAR PARKING RULES IN DELHI CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING SOCIETIES: require to think over before formulating that sufficient space is available with them or not. Which space is to be used for car parking? need to be identified.
CAR PARKING RULES: To implement parking rules in co-operative housing societies you need to earmark space out of the common areas & facilities. The provisions in the co-operative laws provide to spare the space for car parking in the common areas only.
CAR PARKING RULES TO NOT TO PROVIDE CHARGES: To allow the members of the co-operative housing society to park their car, no charges should be collected, as the members are using their own common space and they are already paying for the maintenance of the Society.
CAR PARKING RULES – PENALTY ON PARKING: No penalty could be levied on parking of cars in the premises of the Society if a member is parking the car.
REMEDIES FOR UNDISCIPLINED MEMBERS: Parking rules should contain remedies to overcome any indiscipline in the use of common space.
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