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  1. Nepal - Cooperatives - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Cooperatives Rules, 1993.

    Adoption: 1993-03-01 | Date of entry into force: 1993-03-01 | NPL-1993-R-41705

    Provides for rules for unions and cooperatives under the 1992 Cooperatives Act. Sections 10 and 11 require unions or societies to hold regular meetings; ss. 17-20 relate to union funds; and ss. 22-35 relate to the liquidation of union assets in the event of the dissolution of a union.

  2. Nepal - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    National Cooperatives Development Board Act, 2049 (1992). - Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 1992-11-06 | NPL-1993-L-33774

    Provides for the establishment of a National Cooperative Development Board and the operation and functions of the Board, whose purpose is to promote and develop different types of cooperative societies and unions by improving the economic and social status of low income peoples.

  3. Nepal - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Cooperatives Act, 2048 (1992). - Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 1992-05-15 | NPL-1992-L-39064

    Sets up the formation of society or union. Specifies the requirements for membership. Provides for the adoption of cooperative bye-laws. Sets forth the functions, duties and powers of the general assembly, the board of directors. Appoints Accounts Committees in charge of the audit of cooperatives. Entitles the Registrar to registrate -inter alia- societies. Other provisions cover financial resources and mobilization. Specifies that a society or union shall not be allowed to provide donation or any other type of economic assistance to any political party or any other institution or association that works for a particular religion or sect. Makes provision for the amalgation, division, dissolution and cancellation of cooperatives. Lists the different immunities and facilities of societies and unions as for example tax exemptions. Repeals the Sajha Societies Act of 1984 so that a society or union registered under the Sajha Societies Act 1984 shall be deemed to have been registered under this Act.


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