What is the difference between a resolution and a bye-law of housing s
Civil »Posted 12 Feb 2019
What is the difference between a resolution and a bye-law of co-operative housing society?
Bye LAWS---a law that is made by a local authority and that has to be obeyed only in that areaEvery housing society has to adopt bye-laws, for its management and administration. The government of Maharashtra has provided model bye-laws, which can be adopted with or without changes by societies. These bye-laws also cover the rules pertaining to annual general body meetings of the societies.Resolution-solving or settling a problem, dispute, etc.A resolution is a formal decision taken at a meeting by means of a vote.Resolutions are made for solving issues in the society..with consent of maximum no of society members if u satisfy by my answer hit like button..thank you
the society bye laws are the bye laws which is framed to run the society it could be a bye laws made by the society itself or there are model bylaws available which can be adopted with certain modifications and please note that the bye laws of the society should not be Ultra wires to the Apartment Act and should comply the provisions of the apartment Act however a resolution is a proposal which is accepted by the members in general and that could be implemented as per the bye laws any proposal is placed before the members in Annual General Meeting or special General Meeting to be approved for.please press the like button if you like the answer advocate Vimlesh Mishra High Court Lucknow
resolution is a decision on some matter by the board of society and can be taken in any meeting where as BYE LAWS ARE REGISTERED AS DUTIES AND ACTIVITIES OF THE SOCIETY AND THESE ARE PERMANENT TILL AMENDED BY FULL BOARD AND REGISTERED