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MUNICIPALITY & COOPERATIVE

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MUNICIPALITY AND MUNICIPAL CORPORATION?

 

A Municipal Corporation is to govern cities with a population of more than 100,000 people. Municipal Councils are for towns between 25,000 and 100,000 in population. Nagar Panchayat are for towns with populations between 11,000 and 25,000 people.

 

WHAT IS MUNICIPALITY IN INDIA?

 

A municipal corporation, city corporation, Mahanagar Palika, Mahanagar Nigam or Nagar Nigam or Nagara Sabha is a local government in India that administers urban areas with a population of more than one million.

 

WHAT IS MEANT BY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION?


A municipal corporation is the legal term for a local governing body, including (but not necessarily limited to) cities, counties, towns, townships, charter townships, villages, and boroughs.

 

PRACTICE NOTES

Municipal licences, permits and other compliances required for trades and businesses in Maharashtra and related offences and penalties Every trade or business is required to obtain prior permission from the local government body ie Municipal Corporation separate licenses are provided by the Municipal Corporations for various types of trades and businesses. This Practice Note elaborates on such licensing requirements.

 


CAN HOUSING SOCIETIES FRAME THEIR OWN LAWS?

 

If legal experts are to be believed, the housing societies can indeed frame their own laws. There are broad guidelines, or bye-laws, that every housing society adopts when it is registered.

These rules and regulations govern the day-to-day functioning of the housing society and are crucial to its smooth running.

"These guidelines are typically framed under the Co-operative Societies Act, which is a Central Act. This provides specific guidelines for a society to be registered with the municipal corporations, its governance structures, common area maintenance rights, dos & don'ts, accounting practices and various other covenants related to leasing/ purchasing a house within the society.

The Act also offers a degree of flexibility to societies to add regulations of their own.For instance, if the housing society has made a rule for tenants, according to which they cannot park their vehicles in the parking slots allotted to members, then they have every right to enforce it.

 
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