In our society, it was decided by majority to cultural group to celebrate the cultural event/functions after proper discussion in GBM.
Cultural group was formed after proper nomination and election (all the proofs and written communication from committee are there) by committee members.
But to my surprise committee started denying the existence of cultural group and was not ready to reveal the names of the person/s elected.(as their favored people not got elected :) )
For first few functions arranged by cultural group, they try to create the problems but due to huge participation and most of the flat owners support functions was arranged successfully.
Due to this increased participation their ego got hurt and now they are not allowing cultural group to arrange any event and started asking for club house usage fee.
As Cultural group arranging all the events/functions on contributory basis as no society funds issued to them by committee(Even though it was agreed in GBM).
No permission was given to celebrate the event in common space as well (even though committee celebrate their favored people kojagiri function in common space using society assets.
Whenever committee celebrating any function, participation of members are very less(due to dominant and egoistic behavior of chairman) and they are charging heavily from society maintenance.
Please guide me regarding this issue and rules about cultural group and common space usage as its collective loss of many people in our society.
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"The Committee is formed by groups who try to more often flout rules. I may want to sell off and move out. But somewhere I am told to issue NOC they can harass by taking over 3 months to give the NOC and it is as per CHS Bye Laws. My question is, is there such a rule that they can hold back issuing NOC for 3 months? If so what remedy I have. Buyer might certainly want to take loan and such long time no buyer will wait as they have to give it to bank. Kindly suggest the rule as applicable and the remedy. "
My question is
(a) Can Committee delay by 3 months to issue NOC?
(b) What is the time period by which they should issue NOC
(c) Does it state anywhere in Bye Law that they can hold back issuance of NOC for 3 months.
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