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Delhi High Court seeks response from Registrar of Co-operative Societies on contempt petition

New Delhi: The Delhi Excessive Courtroom has sought a response from the Registrar of Co-operative Societies on a plea by a number of landlords of a cooperative group housing society. Justice Sachin Dutta issued discover on the contempt petition filed by numerous residence patrons of Vimal Cooperative Group Housing Society, Sector-12, Dbarka. The court docket mentioned, “On the steps being taken by the petitioners, discover is issued to the respondent (registrar) to which reply is to be given by December 1, 2022.

Advocate Abhishek Prasad, showing for the landlords, mentioned that the petitioners contend that the instructions handed by the Excessive Courtroom within the February 16 order haven’t been adopted by the Registrar of Co-operative Societies. He argued, “The petitioners are constrained to file the current petition on account of willful disobedience and willful inaction of the respondent in complying with the time sure path handed by this court docket. In the primary petition, the landlords had moved the court docket, requesting them to regularize their membership in addition to different members inside three months. The Excessive Courtroom, after listening to the arguments of the events, had on February 2 disposed of the petition with a path to the Registrar to determine the petitions for regularization of membership inside three months.

The petitioners submitted that that they had purchased flats within the society in 2004 and had been issued share certificates, which meant that they had been enrolled as a member by the society in the identical 12 months and are in possession of the property. “After purchasing the flat, the petitioners were surprised to find that their membership was not recorded in the records maintained with the respondent/Registrar of Co-operative Societies, as the society had given the petitioners the procedure prescribed under the Delhi Co-operative Societies Rules,” the petition mentioned. had been nominated as members with out complying. Home patrons requested to regularize their membership. Nonetheless, regardless of the registrar having the facility to regularize the membership and pending functions with him for a very long time, did not go any order following which the petitioners moved the court docket.

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