Online Copyright Registration in India

Protect your creative work
Books, Songs, film, websites, Software, painting, fashion Design etc
Call now: 09891244487

Ask Our legal Experts, on issues related to Divorce

File Mutual Consent divorce right away

Call at ph no: 9650499965
Search On:Laws in IndiaLawyers Search

To Appeal before CIC - Central Information Commission
For Filing and Hearing contact: Choudhury's law Office
Ph no: 8851046564

Author Topic: Can children be banned from playing outdoor sports in a residential complex?  (Read 820 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Akhil96

  • Newlaw
  • *
  • Posts: 1
  • Karma: +0/-0
  • Welcome to legal Service India - law forum for free legal Information
    • View Profile
My co-operative housing society recently banned everyone from engaging in any form of outdoor sports (cricket and football mainly) as many residents complained about facing issues with children damaging their private property (cars) and causing disturbance by making noise during afternoon and evening hours. After putting out a notice about this, they also said that residents whose children are found playing will be fined INR 500 for each time.

The security guard has been given the duty to record the names of the offenders and to submit it to the societyís manager who will then add INR 500 for each offense committed to the monthly maintenance fee (Iím not sure about this but this is what Iíve heard).

They have also put out notices which say that police action will be taken against those residents who donít obey the rule. Due to this, many parents have restricted their kids from any outdoor activity as they donít want to get a bad reputation.

Now my questions are -

1. Is this a lawful order?

2. Can a co-operative housing society ban their residents from engaging in outdoor sports due to the reason that they cause damages to private property, even if they donít have proof to support that accusation?

3. Can police take action against those who donít obey this rule?

4. If not, what can we do to make this to go away?

Offline advjaibansal

  • Veteran at Law
  • *****
  • Posts: 876
  • Karma: +25/-19
  • Welcome to legal Service India - law forum for free legal Information
    • View Profile
Dear Sir,

IF there is a sufficient space/are to play for the children then society cannot ban the children from playing. Please issue a legal notice to the society and then file a civil suit seeking injunction from passing such restrictions on the children. Police may not be able to help you in this situation as there is nothing criminal.

Regards,
jai bansal
Advocate, New Delhi
Supreme Court of India
bansal.jai@gmail.com
mobile: 09868566649

Offline Snehasingh

  • Newlaw
  • *
  • Posts: 7
  • Karma: +0/-0
  • Welcome to legal Service India - law forum for free legal Information
    • View Profile
Is depend on Society legal actions and rules. Childrens are allowed to play outside because they are fed up of doing studies.They should require some outdoor activities for fresh up their minds.For any suggestions with lawyers you can visit us with:Top Lawyers in India

Free legal Advice - lawyers Forum


 

File a Consumer Complaint
Property verification
Call: 9873628941

Lawyers in India - Listed city wise Mumbai
Bangalore
Pune
Pondicherry
Jaipur
lawyers in London
lawyers in Birmingham
Chennai
Allahabad
Ahmedabad
Jodhpur
Indore
lawyers in Toronto
lawyers in Sydney

Cochin
Lucknow
Ranchi
Thane
Janjgir
lawyers in Milan
Johannesburg

Delhi - New Delhi
Chandigarh
Surat
Nashik
lawyers in New York
los Angeles
Kolkata
Hyderabad
Rajkot
Nagpur
lawyers in Dhaka
lawyers in Dubai

Copyright Registration
Ph no: 9891244487

For Mutual consent Divorce in Delhi
-Ph no: 9650499965

Home | Bare Acts | Law Forms | Supreme Court Judgments | Legal Advice | Lawyers | Submit article | Sitemap | Contact Us

legal Service India.com is Copyrighted under the Registrar of Copyright Act ( Govt of India) © 2000-2018
Get Free legal Advice here from top notch lawyers in India