Members of CGHS must enjoy common areas
The rights of the members of CGHS are protected by rule 106(11) are as below:-
Members of CGHS must enjoy common areas: No member or occupant shall carry out any work which would be prejudicial to the soundness or safety of the property or reduce the value thereof or impair any easement or shall add any material structure or excavate any additional basement or cellar without obtaining the consent of committee
Members of CGHS must enjoy common areas: IF a member has encroached, the member must take it that, it has been encroached by verbal consent of managing committee and therefore, must take necessary action else his rights to easement shall be impaired for ever.
Members of CGHS must enjoy common areas: It is practically seen that instead of allowing members to use the entire common areas, the managing committee takes the view that the common area belong to them alone. There after the managing committee forms a view that if any member want to make use of the common area they have to pay a price to the managing committee. Over and above that, some times the management of the Society goes to such an extent that they make the plans to commercially use the common areas to generate income from Car Parking, making temporary shops and ever erecting permanent shops, making a gym, making a recreation centre or a library etc.
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