A STUDY OF COOPERATIVE LEGISLATIONS IN SELECTED ASIAN AND PACIFIC COUNTRIES
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2. Asian Situation and Cooperative Laws
3. Historical Development in Selected Countries
4. Present Cooperative Laws in Selected Countries
5. Object of Cooperative Law
6. Objects, Definitions and Principles
12. Annual General Assembly
13. Board/Managing Committee
15. Chief Executive
17. Share Capital
18. Own Funds
19. Borrowing from Banks
20. Loans/Assistance from Government
21. Facilities, Concessions and Privileges
23. Offenses and Penalties
24. Enquiry and Inspection
25. Winding up
26. Rule Making Power
27. Summary of Findings and Recommendations
ANNEX I Special Features of the Model Cooperative Act, India