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ratnani

Respected sir/madam

i own a commercial shop on ground floor in a register society ,as i intend to sell the said property to a doctor for a maternity hospital i have applied along with society prescribed form no 20(1) 21 on 11th june 2010, and in my application i have requested the society that all the required permission from concern BMC Authority shall be taken by the doctor at his cost alone,but till date i have not got the noc from the society ,i was told orally that i will not be issued the said noc ,as its for a maternity hospital.my question is can the managing committee can say no to the said noc and why.please suggest me and guide me to obtain the same.

best regards.

Ratnani

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hitendrapalsingh

thanks you very much

rgds

 

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tsthaker

Sri C. J. Karira has attached a file containing guidelines issued by DoPT Govt of India dated 25-04-2008 circulated among others to all SIC and CIC. This is very useful and in the event no changes have been made in these guidelines in the intervening period, it appears all First Appellate Authorities under the RTI Act are duty bound to act in conformity with these guidelines. Many thanks.

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virparsuram

Dear Friends, i want to share my experience with CPIO of Central Excise Department. I have sought information about use of Govt vehicle in Bhilai Division of Chhattisgarh. The CPIO has denied the information on the ground that information can not be provided to Secretary of an Association. I have supplied copy of RTI guidelines downloaded from CIC, New Delhi's site that Information & document are required to be supplied to such office bearer of such organisations in case full name & address of the bearer are given in RTI Application. In my case, it has been provided. Let us hope for the best.

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