Re: Socities registration Act 1860
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By the way there is a difference between the term OWNER and MEMBER (Associate Member).
Owner has all the ownership rights.
An owner can make anybody an associate member whether blood relative or not.
Once the owner applies and makes a person an Associate Member of the society, such member has all the rights of a member of the society i.e attending a General Body Meeting, Voting, Governing (Participating in govenance by becoming a Managing Committee member and once a Committee member such member can also become A Chairman or Secretary).
But an Associate Member can never become an owner and will immediately cease to be a Member on the death of the owner or if the owner sells off the unit.
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Last edited by Sunil Ahya; 19-10-09 at 01:05 PM.
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