A workshop on deemed conveyance for housing societies

Faced with complaints from several housing societies for delays on part of builders in carrying out conveyance deed, city-based social organisation Jeevandhara Ward Sallagar Samiti will be conducting a workshop on deemed conveyance on April 25.
The workshop to be held at 3pm at Vashi’s Vishnudas Bhave Auditorium will be attended by Thane guardian minister Ganesh Naik, MP Sanjeev Naik, Airoli MLA Sandeep Naik and mayor Sagar Naik.
According to provisions of Maharashtra Ownership of Flats Act, 1963, it is binding on real estate developer to transfer rights of the land to housing society in a period of four months after its formation.
As long as the housing society does not become owner of the land, it will face problems in getting extra FSI and such buildings cannot go in for redevelopment without consent of the land owner. Obtaining this can be a tedious job.
“The workshop aims at guiding housing societies in getting their process for deemed conveyance completed,” Dnyaneshwar Naik, who is organising the workshop, said.
He said, “Housing societies, which are facing problems in getting deemed conveyance, will be guided by lawyers during the workshop.”
This workshop will be attended by joint registrar, cooperative societies (Konkan Bhavan), deputy registrar, cooperative societies (Thane). The officials will also guide residents on how to complete formalities for getting deemed conveyance.
Naik has appealed to office bearers and members of all housing societies in satellite city to attend the workshop.