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NG Vihar Society, Thane not giving NOC nor Share Certificate

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NG Vihar Society, Near Vartak Nagar, Thane not giving me NOC nor Share Certificate although maintenance till date is paid.

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Prasad GLN

Issue a registered notice under CP Act to Society and also make a complaint to Registrar of cooperative societies.   Wait for a month and then file simple consumer complaint before District Consumer Forum, Thane.   Your total expenses for filing the complaint will be less than Rs.200/- and you have to attend once or twice for filing affidavit and cross-examination if any.   The complaints can also be filed online.

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