Can a society levy a fine for not attending the meetings of the committee?
If the society has it in its constitution, then it has the right to do so.
Societies particularly Cooperatives do that frequently to encourage active participation from members who may turn out later to criticize decisions, especially with regard to granting loans and credits.
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