1 edition of By-laws of co-operative societies = found in the catalog.
By-laws of co-operative societies =
|Other titles||Masharti ya vyama vya ushirika.|
|LC Classifications||HD3561.A6 K3813|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19, 12 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||76371678|
constituted in accordance with the provisions of Bye Laws 29 hereof as defined in the Co-operative Societies Act the term “Committee” is to be taken in these Bye Laws as the Board of Directors. ARTICLE I. NAME, OBJECTS AND POWERS. 1. The name of the Credit Union shall be National Workers Co- operative Credit Union Ltd. 2. the Co-operative Movement. A simple majority of votes of a general meeting shall be required for the expulsion of a member. V. CONSTITUTION AND DUTIES OF GENERAL MEETING The ultimate authority under the law in the affairs of this society shall be the general body of members who shall meet from time to time and at least once in three months toFile Size: KB.
A Secondary Co-operative Society may be established and registered if it has at least five (5) registered Co-operative Societies as its prospective members. No member of a Co-operative Society is however allowed to hold or own more than one-fifth of the share capital of such a Co-operative Society. credit co-operative societies under the applicable law for the benefit of members. c. To perform within the relevant law (The Act, the Rules and these By-laws) all those acts, deeds and things necessary to further enhance, promote or encourage any or all of the foregoing purposes and objects provided that such acts, deeds and things areFile Size: KB. Any ten persons who are competent to enter into contract may make an application to the Registrar of Co-operative Societies as per section 6 of the Co-operative Societies Act, By-laws may be framed by each society and should be registered with Co-operative Societies. Effectiveness of change in by-laws of societies is applicable only when.
The Maharashtra Co-Operative Societies Act I [Maharashtra Act No. XXIV OF ] (Received the assent of the President on the 4 th May, ; assent first published in the Maharashtra Government Gazette, Part IV, on the 9 th day of May, ) An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to co-operative societies in the State of Maharashtra. Legal Division Our role is to provide solutions, guidance and advice for the legal status comes under the powers and the scope of Registrar of the Co-operative Societies. Our Scope. Registration of societies /Unions; Amending the by-laws of the co-operative societies ; Combination and . (3) in the case of Consumer Co-operative Societies, Cane Co- operative Societies and Co-operative Sugar Factory Societies by delegates of their members where the number of individual members and other persons referred to in clauses (b) to (f) of sub-section (1) of section 17 of the Act if .
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Short title download pdf Definition 2. Application for Registration 3. Decision of Registrar to be communicated in case of refusal to register 4. Matters in respect of which a society shall or may make by-laws 5. By-laws 6. Amendment of by laws 6-A. Special general meeting at the instance of Registrar 7 File Size: KB.co-operative societies which belong to the people who use ebook services, the.
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