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L. S. Sastri"s law and practice of co-operative societies in India, central & states

L. S. Sastri

L. S. Sastri"s law and practice of co-operative societies in India, central & states

by L. S. Sastri

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Published by Law Book Co. in Allahabad .
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  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Cooperative societies -- Law and legislation -- India

    • Edition Notes

      First ed., 1951, entered under India (Republic). Laws, statutes, etc.

      Statementby T. R. Srinivasan.
      ContributionsSrinivasan, T. R., India (Republic).
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (vi, 1535 p.)
      Number of Pages1535
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL19065M
      LC Control Numbersa 68004939

        Cooperative societies 1. Basic Principles andHighlights of Issues inCooperative Societies 2. What is a Co-operative Society?As the name suggests, it is a businessventure which runs on the co-operation of and the ownership by itscustomers who re-invest in thecommunity it autonomous association of personsvoluntarily cooperating for mutualsocial, economic and cultural . The Co- Operative Societies Act, ACT NO. 2 OF 1 [ 1st March, ] WH An Act to amend the Law relating to Co- operative Societies. 1. Short title and extent. (1) This Act may be called the Co- operative Societies Act, ; and 1. This Act has been declared to be in force in the Sonthal Parganas by notification under s. 3 of.

      4. Societies which may be registered.—Subject to the provisions hereinafter contained, a society which has as its object the promotion of the economic interests of its members in accordance with co-operative principles, or a society established with the object of facilitating the operations of such a society, may be registered under this Act with or without limited liability: Provided that.   Get latest Cooperative Societies news updates & stories. Explore Cooperative Societies photos and videos on

      PRINCIPLES FOR COOPERATIVE LAW and REGULATION Disabling Example: India Co-operative Credit Societies Act, The “Classical British Indian” model of cooperative Central to the success of coopera-tives is the development of the ca-pacity of their members to govern. ADVERTISEMENTS: History of Cooperative Movement in India! The experience of British government with India’s peasant society on occasions of famine, scarcity gives the idea of providing some financial assistance to the village people. It. was also found that Indian peasantry always suffered from lack of funds required for the development of farm produce.


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Registration of a Co-operative Society Co-operative Societies are governed by the Central Co-operative Societies Actwhere there is no State Act. In West Bengal they were governed by the West Bengal Co-operative Societies Act (Act XXI of ) as amended by the West Bengal Act XVII of untilwhen the West Bengal Co­ operative.

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Cooperatives In India. The cooperative movement in India has its origin in agriculture and allied sectors. The first Cooperative Credit Societies Act was enacted in Subsequently a more comprehensive legislation called the Cooperative Societies Act was enacted.

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Agricultural Credit Societies (Excluding Grain-Banks)(All India) the United States, and draw most of our references from the agricultural sector, most of the book’s content is pertinent to cooperatives anywhere, in any sector.

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