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Contents

Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II FORMATION AND REGISTRATION OF SOCIETIES

Part III PRIVILEGES AND DUTIES OF SOCIETIES

Part IV RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES OF MEMBERS

Part V ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT OF SOCIETIES

Part VI PROPERTY AND FUNDS OF SOCIETIES

Part VII AMALGAMATION AND TRANSFER

Part VIII DUTIES AND POWERS OF REGISTRAR

Part IX MISCELLANEOUS

THE SCHEDULE Matters required to be in by-laws of co-operative society

Legislative History

 
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On 26/10/2014, you requested the version in force on 26/10/2014 incorporating all amendments published on or before 26/10/2014. The closest version currently available is that of 01/09/2009.
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Extraordinary general meeting
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—(1)  An extraordinary general meeting of a society may be convened at any time by the committee of management of the society, except that at least 7 clear days’, and in the case of a proposed amendment to by-laws at least 15 clear days’, written notice of the meeting and of the subjects on the agenda for discussion have been sent to each member or delegate, as the case may be, or given as provided in the by-laws.
(2)  An extraordinary general meeting of a society shall be convened by the committee of management on receipt of a requisition for such a meeting signed by at least 20% or 60 of the members or delegates of the society, whichever is the less, stating the objects of the meeting.
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(3)  If the committee of management fails to convene a meeting in accordance with subsection (2) within one month of receiving the requisition for the meeting, the members making the requisition shall have power to convene the meeting themselves by notice to all members of the society stating the objects of the meeting and the fact that the committee of management has failed to convene the meeting.
(4)  The Registrar or his representative may at any time convene a special general meeting of a society and may also direct what matters shall be discussed at the meeting.