A cooperative society is not a new concept. It prevails in all the countries, this is almost a universal concept. The cooperative society is active in all countries worldwide and is represented in all the sectors including agriculture, food, finance, healthcare, etc.
To protect the interest of weaker sections, the co-operative society is formed. It is a voluntary association of persons, whose motive is the welfare of the members.
Types of Co-operative Societies
Frequently Asked Questions
The application or proposal for registration of society should come from promoter members who belong to different families but are residents of Delhi only. The proposal should also mention the specific scheme indicating that the proposed society will be viable and will ensure promotion of economic interest of the member.
Documentation and Procedures:
The complete set of registration papers can be obtained from the office of the Taxaj Corporate Services LLP, Delhi Office. The applications along with schemes initially received from the Chief Promoters and are scrutinized by the Department.
To ensure (a) the viability of a society, (b) its conformity with Delhi Co-operative Societies Act and Rules.
The required documents are as follows:-
You can get the form from our website www.taxaj.com (Just Fill up the Enquiry form), or from the Office of the Taxaj, Delhi at 1/11 Sulahkul Vihar, 1st Floor, Old Palam Road, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110078 Tel: 9990295506, 8961228919.
A resident of Delhi can become member of the society if he or she fulfills the conditions laid down in registered bye-laws of different types of societies. The person can become member on a industrial or transport society if he or she is actually engaged in their respective field and he or she should not be member of other society of similar activities. But in case of housing societies, an applicant for membership should not have any plot/flat in their name or in the name of any dependent member of their family and should also be resident of Delhi for minimum period of 3 years on the date of application.
From the registration of a Co-operative Society till the cancellation of its registration, the Registrar acts as a friend, philosopher and guide to the co- operatives Registrar order to ensure that the Co-operative Societies function in accordance with the provisions of Delhi Co-operative Act, Rules, Bye-laws and govt. policies.
The main functions of the Registrar are as under:-
The time schedule for disposed of various applications/references received from societies are detailed below:-
When a complaint is received in the Co-operative Department, it is examined by the section concerned. If need be, the comments of the society concerned official/non official is called for. After examination, if required, inspection u/s 54, enquiry u/s 55 or surcharge proceeding u/s 59 are ordered by the Registrar. If the complaint falls in the purview of section 60/61, the complainant is accordingly advised to file the arbitration case.