FAQs on Delhi Co- operative Societies Act, 2003
List of FAQs on Delhi Co- operative Societies Act, 2003
- Right to get certificate of allotment
- Right to hold according to terms of allotment
- Right to transfer / inherit the property
- Right to undivided interest in common area
- Right to use the common area
- Right to attend meeting and vote
- Right to contest election
- Right to seek information from the society
- Issuing Show cause notice
- Special resolution of the committee
- Filing resolution with the Registrar
- Registrar’s approval
- Proceedings before the Registrar
- an individual competent to contract under section 11 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 (9 of 1872);
- any other co-operative society;
- the Government;
- a firm, a joint stock company, or any other body corporate constituted under any law; and
- such class or classes of persons or association of persons as may be notified by the Government in this behalf
- Thrift and Credit Co-operative Societies.
- Urban Co-operative Banks
- Industrial Co-operative Societies
- Labour & Construction Co-operative Societies
- Motor Transport Co-operative Societies
- Consumer Co-operative Societies
- Marketing Co-operative Societies
- Co-operative Federations.
- Group Housing/House Building Societies
- Security Services Co-operative Societies
- Co-operative Societies formed by professionals in the areas like IT, Education Art & Culture, Insurance, Women Empowerment etc.
The Registrar ensures the proper functioning of the Cooperative Societies registered under the Act.
The Delhi Cooperative Societies Act, 2003, gives the power to appoint the Registrar of Cooperative Societies to the Lt. Governor, Delhi.
Delhi Cooperative Societies Act, 2003 is an Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to co-operative societies, to facilitate the voluntary formation and democratic functioning of cooperatives.