Comment on Maintenance charges in co-operative housing societies by ASHOK KUMAR SINGH.

There is a cooperative society; where there a towers with high rise apartments (12 floors per tower) with lifts; and then there are 500 units of three floors with no lift.

As expenses for high rise are much more due to lifts; and they have 1000 units. How to work out maintenance charges between high rise units and low rise? How to rationalise it?

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