Anonymous User at 6:39 a.m. on 19 March 12
I had purchased a flat in a Co-op Society for an amount of Rs.10 lacs and was issued an allotment letter and a share certificate. I had paid nearly Rs.8 lacs when I had some misunderstanding with the Secretary regarding the completion of the flat. He had not done the work as per the letter of allotment and even the basic requirements like windows, wall surfacing and painting, absence of one toilet etc were not provided. So I hadnot paid the balance. Now the Secretary has sent me a cancellation of allotment despite my pointing out to him these defects from his end. Is this legally tenable. If so is he required to return the money I have paid alongwith interest or can he forfeit the money paid? The current market price is nearly Rs.40 lacs. Should I claim for some compensation. If not what is the most effective legal course available to me. I have already written to the Dy. reg of Co-op Soc but there has beenno response
Anonymous User at 12:12 p.m. on 27 March 12
Ofcourse, you have a good case and you are entitled to the flat or refund with interest. But its difficult to advise without seeing the papers. You better meet some competent lawyer who practices in co-operative courts.