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Co-operative Society


Latest Judgments

Total 4274 Consumer Court Cases Against Co-operative Society.

Rajasthan

Aadarsh Credit Co-operative Society Ltd., Director V/S Shubhanshu maheshwari

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Kota

Appelant Advocate Manish kumar gupta

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 384

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Date of Filing: 30-09-2022

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Date of Upload: 25-10-2023

Rajasthan

Aadarsh Credit Co-operative Society Ltd., Director V/S Urmila gupta

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Kota

Appelant Advocate Manish kumar gupta

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 383

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Date of Filing: 30-09-2022

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Date of Upload: 25-10-2023

Karnataka

Manager, Sahara Credit Co-Operative Society Ltd, V/S Kamalabai W/o Kashinath Kashinath S.G.

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Bidar

Appelant Advocate Rajkumar K

Respondant Advocate

DIST. CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION BIDAR BEHIND D.I.E.T, NEAR DIST. TRAINING CENTER ALIABAD ROAD NAUBAD,BIDAR-585404 KARNATAKAComplaint Case No. CC/22/2023( Date of Filing : 06 Apr 2023 )1. Kamalabai W/o Kashinath Kashinath S.G.Age about:65 years Occu: Household, R/o: H...

Case Number: 22

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Date of Filing: 06-04-2023

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Date of Upload: 25-10-2023

Karnataka

Karnataka State Telecom, IT, BT & Other Employees Housing Co-Operative Society Ltd. V/S Mr..M.Anantha,

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Bangalore 2nd Additional

Appelant Advocate

Respondant Advocate Prakash

Case Number: 304

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Date of Filing: 21-10-2022

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Date of Upload: 21-10-2023

Madhya Pradesh

Sahara Credit Co-Operative Society Ltd V/S Gopal Prashad Chakrawati

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Jabalpur-II

Appelant Advocate Shafiq Johar

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 97

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Date of Filing: 17-01-2022

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Date of Upload: 20-10-2023

Karnataka

1. The Manager, Vishwaguru Multipurpose Co-Operative Society Limited V/S Sri.L.Veerabadraswamy

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Chamrajnagar

Appelant Advocate Sri.S.Shivakumaraswamy

Respondant Advocate Ex-parte

Case Number: 36

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Date of Filing: 08-08-2023

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Date of Upload: 19-10-2023

Madhya Pradesh

SAHARA CREDIT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY V/S BALRAM SINGH YADAV

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Sehore

Appelant Advocate ANITA SINGH CHHAWAI

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 23

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Date of Filing: 23-02-2023

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Date of Upload: 20-10-2023

Madhya Pradesh

SAHARA CREDIT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD. V/S MUNNA KUMHAR

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Katni

Appelant Advocate RAJESH KUSHWAHA

Respondant Advocate ........

Case Number: 101

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Date of Filing: 07-06-2022

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Date of Upload: 20-10-2023

Rajasthan

Sahara Credit Co-Operative Society, BM V/S Anurag dube

Co-operative Society  

Court Name: Kota

Appelant Advocate Puranmal sharma

Respondant Advocate Mahesh kumar sharma

Case Number: 178

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Date of Filing: 17-07-2019

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Date of Upload: 19-10-2023

Karnataka

Case Number: 3

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Date of Filing: 18-01-2023

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Date of Upload: 19-10-2023

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Common FAQ

Question : Am I eligible to file case against Co-operative Society in Consumer Forum?

Answer : If you have purchased a product or avails any service, either for your personal use or to earn your livelihood by means of self-employment.

Question : When I can fill a complaint against Co-operative Society ?

Answer : A complaint may be made against Co-operative Society under the following circumstances:
1 : Loss or damage is caused to the consumer due to unfair or restrictive trade practice.
2 : the article purchased by you is defective.
3 : the services availed of by you suffer from any deficiency.
4 : charged more then MRP
5 : Goods or services, which will be hazardous to life and safety, when used, are being offered for sale to the public.

Question : Is there any exemption from payment of Court Fee?

Answer : The complainants who are Below the Poverty Line shall be entitled for the exemption of payment of fee for complaints upto rupees one lakh on production of an attested copy of the Antyodaya Anna Yojana card.

Question : What are the Reliefs available to Consumers?

Answer : The reliefs available are :
1 : Removal of defects from the goods
2 : Replacement of the goods
3 : Refund of the price paid.
4 : Removal of defects or deficiencies in the services
5 : Award of compensation for the loss or injury suffered;
6 : Discontinue and not to repeat unfair trade practice or restrictive trade practice;
7 : To withdraw hazardous goods from being offered for sale;
8 : To cease manufacture of hazardous goods and desist from offering services which are hazardous in nature;
9 : If the loss or injury has been suffered by a large number of consumers who are not identifiable conveniently, to pay such sum (not less than 5% of the value of such defective goods or services provided) which shall be determined by the forum;
10 : To issue corrective advertisement to neutralize the effect of misleading advertisement;
11 : To provide adequate costs to parties.

Can you File case against Co-Operative Society.

Yes Members of Co-Operative Society can file case in the Consumer Forum.

How to File case against Co-Operative Society.

To file case against Co-Operative Society visit nearest Consumer Forum or call our helpline for professional assistance.

How to register a Co-Operative Society.

To register a Co-Operative Society visit Tax Vakeel.
In INDIA various forms of business organizations can be registered, and cooperative society is one such business structure. The main goal of registering Cooperative societies is to support their members in many ways so that they can safeguard the members against exploitation by economically advantaged segments.

In order to operate as a cooperative society in INDIA, the registration is mandatory under the Cooperative Societies Act of 1912. The capital required for their operations is generated by the collective contributions of their members.

Types of Cooperative Societies

Consumer Cooperative Societies: Consumer cooperative societies are registered with a objective to safeguard the interests of consumers by providing them the products at affordable price by bypassing the middleman and products are purchased directly from manufacture.

Producer Cooperative Societies: Producer cooperative societies are registered with a objective to support small-scale producers by helping them in many ways to increase their profitability and acquire resources necessary for the production of goods and services.

Credit Cooperative Societies: To provide financial assistance to the members, you need to register the Credit Cooperative Society. They offer loans at minimal interest rates and flexible repayment terms to their members. The main objective to protect members from the higher interest rates charged by private money lenders.

Housing Cooperative Societies: The main aim of Housing cooperative societies is to offer affordable housing to the members.

Marketing Cooperative Societies: The function of Marketing cooperative societies are to provide a platform for the small producers to sell their products at reasonable prices by eliminating the middlemen from the distribution chain, thus ensuring producers receive fair profits.

Characteristics of Cooperative Society

Voluntary Membership: Cooperative societies operate on the principle of voluntary membership, meaning anyone can join or leave the society according to their choice. Members of the society are required to intimate prior to the society by giving the notice to the society before leaving the society.

Inclusive Membership: Cooperative societies embrace an inclusive membership policy by welcoming any individuals of any backgrounds, regardless of caste, creed, or religion.

Legal Registration: To establish as a legally entity, must follow the process of registration with the MCA under the Cooperative Society Act. Once the society is registered, it can buy property in its name.

Limited Liability: Members of a cooperative society enjoy limited liability, where their financial responsibility is limited to the capital they have contributed.

Democratic Governance: Cooperative societies establish by a managing committee having elected members who have the authority to vote and select the President, Secretary, Member, Vice-President etc. This committee is responsible for making any decisions regarding the society's operations.

Social Service Orientation: Cooperative societies are formed with the primary objective of helping and welfare of society. If a cooperative society generates profits, the earnings are distributed among its members in the form of dividends.

State Oversight: To protect the interests of its members, cooperative societies are audited by the state government. The societies must maintain proper accounts, which are subject to audit by an independent auditor.