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Co-operative Corporations Act
Co-operative Associations Act, RSA c C Document; Regulations (0) Amendments (9) Cited by , association, or society incorporated under a special Act of the Legislature of Alberta, under the Companies Act of Alberta, under the Canada Corporations Act (Canada) Each association shall keep a book wherein the names of persons so. 4 No. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 5 August Act No. 6 of Co-operatives Amendment Act, ‘‘ ‘Agency’ means the Co-operatives Development Agency established by section 91A;’’; (c) by the insertion in subsection (1) after the deﬁnition of ‘‘agricultural co-operative’’of the following deﬁnition: ‘‘ ‘audited report’ means a report by an auditor examining and.
Co-operative Societies Chap. 3 CHAPTER CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS SECTION 1. Short title. 2. Interpretation. PART I ADMINISTRATION 3. Commissioner for Co-operative Development. 4. Powers of Commissioner. 5. Commissioner to have access to books, etc., of society. 6. Costs of inquiry. PART II REGISTRATION AND. A co-operative which was registered under a repealed Act is taken to be registered under the CNL. The CNL does not make any conceptual changes to the nature of a co-operative, nor does it make any changes to the existing regulatory environment under Commonwealth legislative responsibility, but it does remove variations between jurisdictions and.
A cooperative (also known as co-operative, co-op, or coop) is "an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned enterprise". Cooperatives may include: businesses owned and managed by the people who use their services (a consumer cooperative). The Corporations Act (Cth) (the Corporations Act, or CA ) is an Act of the Commonwealth of Australia which sets out the laws dealing with business entities in Australia at federal and interstate level. It deals primarily with companies but also with other entities, such as partnerships and managed investment schemes. The Act is the primary basis of Australian corporations law.
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Co-operative Corporations Act. R.S.O. CHAPTER C Consolidation Period: From April 1, to the e-Laws currency date. Last amendment:c. 15, Sched.
Interpretation. 1 (1) In this Act, “articles of incorporation” or “articles” means the original or restated articles of incorporation, articles of amalgamation, letters patent, supplementary letters patent, a special Act. Co-operative Corporations Act Revised statutes of Ontario,chapter C, as amended bychap ss.
;chap ss. and the following regulation (as amended): General (R.R.O. Reg. ) = Loi sur les sociétés coopératives: Lois refondues de l'Ontario dechapitre C Pages: GlossaryCo-operative Corporations Act (Ontario)Related ContentThis Ontario provincial legislation generally applies to every corporation incorporated as a co-operative by or under a general Co-operative Corporations Act book special Act of the: Parliament of the former Additional content available upon purchase.
Co-operative corporations are an important part of Ontario’s economy and serve the needs of their members in communities across the province. Ontario's non-financial co-operatives are regulated by the Ontario Co-operative Corporations Act.
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(3) For the purposes of this Act, a co-operative shall be deemed to be a corporation’s holding co-operative if, but only if, that corporation is its subsidiary. R.S.O.c. C, s. 1 (3).
Control (4) For the purposes of this Act, a subsidiary shall be deemed to be controlled by one or more other corporations if, but only if. Ontario’s Co-operative Corporations Act defines what a co-operative is and dictates how they must operate. As the Act is legislation written by parliamentarians and lawyers, it uses specialized terms that can be confusing to people outside the legal profession.
(1) Where a corporation, partnership, firm or association is a member of a co-operative, that co-operative shall recognize a person authorized by a resolution of the directors or governing body of that corporation, partnership, firm or association to represent it at meetings of the co-operative.
Definitions and interpretation. 1 (1) In this Act: "affiliate" means a corporation that is affiliated with another corporation within the meaning of section 3; "association" means an association incorporated or continued under this Act or a former Act, and includes a housing cooperative and a community service cooperative; "call" includes an instalment and any other sum paid or payable or.
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This Act may be cited as the Co-operative Societies Shorttitle. Act. In this Act- Interpre- ‘bonus” means a share of the profits of a registered society tation. In this publication, author Robert Miedema provides a comprehensive consolidation of Nova Scotia's business law and incorporation statutes, including the Nova Scotia Companies Act, the Nova Scotia Partnerships Act, the Societies Act, the Co-operative Associations Act, and the Community Interest Corporations Act, along with expert commentary.
co-operative corporations act Summary of Proposal: Budget announced the government's intention to transfer responsibility for incorporating co-operative corporations from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) to the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS).
2 This Act does not apply to a company to which the Business Corporations Act or the Co-operative Corporations Act applies. R.S.O. c. C, s. Note: On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, section 2 of the Act is repealed and the following substituted: (See:c.
20, Sched. 7, s. 3 (1)) Application of Act. A cooperative corporation (or simply, a "cooperative") is a special form of corporation that places ownership and/or control of the corporation in the hands of the employees or patrons of the corporation.
A cooperative is intended to be community-based, giving those whom the entity serves or employs a direct say in the operation of the entity. ( ILCS /1) (from Ch. 32, par. ) Sec. Any 5 or more subscribers to the shares of the capital stock of a corporation to be organized under this Act who may be desirous of uniting in any co-operative association for the purpose of purchasing of or selling to all shareholders and others, all sorts of groceries, provisions and any other articles of merchandise, for cash or otherwise at.
the corporation, or which forbids voting by proxy. The provisions of the uniform stock transfer law of this state shall not be held to apply to the shares of stock of such co-operative corporations in any manner or to any extent inconsistent with the provisions of sections 98 toboth inclusive, of this act.
THE COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES ACT. Commencement: 15 November, An Act to amend and consolidate the law relating to the constitution and regulation of cooperative societies and for other matters connected therewith. PART I—INTERPRETATION. Interpretation. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—.
ALERT: Effective Oct. 29,ServiceOntario is responsible for the incorporation of co-operative corporations (co-ops) in Ontario.
If you wish to incorporate, update articles of incorporation, or dissolve a co-op in Ontario, please contact ServiceOntario.
FSCO continues to oversee other aspects of co-op regulation under the Co-operative Corporations Act. Cooperative corporations; surplus earnings, distribution; failure, penalty. Sec. Same; surplus earnings.
The surplus earnings and profits of every co-operative corporation shall be distributed to those entitled thereto at such times as the by-laws may. At long last it appears the Provincial government is going to make some much needed changes to the Co-operative Corporations Act (the “Act”).
Bill is intended to amend certain provisions of the Act. Perhaps the most prominent change is to the business with members or “50% Rule”.(a) any amount due under a decree or order of a Civil Court obtained by a society; (b) any amount due under a decision, award or order of the Registrar, 2 [Co-operative Court] or Liquidator or 3 [Co-operative Appellate Court]; (c) any sum awarded by way of costs under this Act, (d) any sum ordered to be paid under this Act as a contribution to the assets of the Society; 4 [(e) any amount due.(b) a corporation that was incorporated under The Companies Act, being chapter C of the Revised Statutes of Manitoba,now repealed, or under any previous Act of the Legislature for which that Act was substituted, as a corporation to be operated on a cooperative basis, or.