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- They are being too legalistic.Many socities take years to isue share certificates.
YOu would have paid Rs600 to builder during initial purchase process.Builder would have depostied Rs500+ 100 as share capital per member and that is mandatory before a society is registered.
So the question of you not being a member of society does not arise.
Managing comittee may not be fully aware of these things.
During purchase of flat many papers are signed,which should include application for member ship of society also.
Please discus all this with your MC.
Realy they cannot stop your sale of flat.You would have been a member when society got regiatered at registrar office.CommentQuote1Flag
- They did take the share capital of Rs. 300 from me with my application for the share certificate. i do not recollect if i had paid any sum for society registration to the builder. anyway, will check with the society MC and see what can be done.
thanks for your replyCommentQuote0Flag