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Section 20 – The Delhi Co-Operative Societies Act,1972

The Delhi Co-Operative Societies Act,1972

20. Cancellation of registration certificates of co-operative societies in certain cases.-

(1) Where the whole of the assets and liabilities of co-operative society are transferred to another co-operative society in accordance with the provisions of section 15 or section16, the registration of the first mentioned co-operative society shall stand cancelled and the society shall be deemed to have been dissolved and shall cease to exist as corporate body.

Where two or more co-operative societies are amalgamated into a new co-operative society in accordance with the provisions of section 15 or section16, the registration of each of the amalgamating services shall stand cancelled on the registration of a new society, and each society shall be deemed to have been dissolved and shall cease to exist as a corporate body.

Where a co-operative society divides itself into two or more co-operative societies in accordance with the provisions of section 15 or is divided by the Registrar in accordance with the provisions of section 16, the registration of that society shall stand cancelled on the registration of the new societies, and that society shall be deemed to have been dissolved and shall cease to exist as a corporate body.

The amalgamation and splitting of co-operative societies shall not in any manner whatsoever affect any right or obligation of the resulting co-operative society or societies or render defective any legal proceedings by or against the co-operative society or societies, and any legal proceedings that might have been continued or commenced by or against the co-operative society or societies, as the case may be, before the amalgamation or splitting, may be continued or commenced by or against the resulting co-operative society or societies.

Where a co-operative society has not commenced business with in a reasonable time of its registration or has ceased to function or if the registrar is satisfied after making such inquiry as he thinks fit, that the society no longer has genuinely as its objects one or more of the objects specified in section 4 of and that is registration ought in the interests of the general public be cancelled, he shall make an order canceling the registration of the co-operative society. The co-operative society shall, form the date of such order of cancellation, be deemed to be dissolved and shall cease to exist as a corporate body.

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