Comment on Maintenance charges in co-operative housing societies by Vinod Kumar Sharma.
There are 77 members in my Co-operative Group Society Society and name of all the 77 members were recommended to the registrar along with all the requisite documents to the Registrar, Co-operative Group Housing, Delhi for Draw of lots in the year June 2009 and for onward transmission to D.D.A. for draw of lots.. My name was retained by Registrar, because there was dispute filled by a member for allotment of Three Bed Room Flats instead of two thereby changing the category of flat of that member. Since my name was last in the list and I had opted for three bed room Flat my name was retained by Registrar and I was not allotted any Flat. Only in 2014 the dispute was settled and then my name was cleared by the Society and I was allotted and given the possession and allotment letter only in Oct.2014. Now my Group Housing Society has charged me maintenance from June 2009. Please guide me from which date they should charge me Maintenance Charges and kindly also inform me decided cases by Delhi High Court on charging of maintenance buy the Society from its member who has not been allotted and given possession of the Flat because of no fault of him
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