25,000/- and co-operative housing societies cannot charge more than Rs. … 38 of Model Bye Laws) if your CHS is not giving you membership then you can send your society legal notice for transfer of membership. If society fails then you can file complaint to the Dy.
A share certificate is a legal certification given by a housing society that a certain member is the registered owner of shares in the cooperative housing society. It is to be given to the member free of charge. … 50 per share and share certificates are thereof distributed to the members.
However, while a share certificate may be issued by a company, it is an entry in the register of members that provides legal proof of ownership of shares in the company: whenever dealing with share certificates, therefore, it’s important also to refer to the register of members to make sure the two are consistent.
However, you still can get a share certificate by asking for one. The most obvious way to get your certificate is to go directly to the company that issued the stock, the issuer, and ask to have a physical certificate mailed to you.
You have to furnish the registered sale deed. … Another important document is original share certificate, showcasing that the shares issued for flat/house are in the name of seller and he/she is member of the society.
A Share Certificate, prescribed in bye-laws, bearing distinctive number and indicating the name of the Member, the number of shares issued and the value paid there on, shall be issued by the Society to every Member for the shares subscribed by him, within a period of six months of the allotment of the shares.
Also by same documents you can apply and. take. share certificate from the society.
- Mere deletion of name of Father, from Society’s membership is possible, via a Application + Death Certificate + Indemnity Bond. …
- HOWEVER, the above will not delete the Title-Ownership rights of the deceased Father.
Share Certificates, and its checklist for various housing societies. Share certificate is a legal document/certificate that is given by housing committees. It certifies that the resident is a legal owner of shares in the cooperative housing society.
Another way to check on a share certificate’s validity is to contact the company registrars whose name should be written on the certificate. Companies use registrars to keep a record of who owns their shares.
Shareholders are required to receive a share certificate right after they buy at least one share. A copy of all issued share certificates must be kept by businesses for their records.
Share certificates can be amended in the following ways: Change of shareholder name. Change of shareholder contact address. Change of company name.