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Section 29 – The State Agricultural Credit Corporations Act,1968

The State Agricultural Credit Corporations Act,1968

Section 29. Acquisition or transfer by the Corporation of business, assets and liabilities from or to co-operative societies

(1) Subject to the provisions of any law relating to co-operative societies for the time being in force, the corporation may–

(a) Acquire the whole or any part of the business, including the assets and liabilities of a co-operative society;

(b) Transfer the whole or any part of its business, including its assets or liabilities to a co-operative society.

(2) The terms and conditions relating to such acquisition or transfer, if agreed upon by the Board and the co-operative society concerned shall be submitted to the Reserve Bank for its approval and that Bank may by order in writing (hereafter in this section referred to as the order of approval) accord its approval thereto;

Provided that where such acquisition or transfer involves the acquisition of the assets of the co-operative society or a transfer of the liabilities of the Corporation to the co-operative society, no such approval shall be accorded by the Reserve Bank , unless it is satisfied that–

(i) The co-operative society has given notice of the proposed acquisition or transfer, in such manner as may be provided under the law relating to co-operative societies applicable to it, to all its members and creditors, giving them the opinion, of demanding payment of their share or dues, as the case may be, and

(ii) All the members and creditors have assented to the proposal or demand to have assented thereto by virtue of any member or creditor failing to execute his opinion within such period as may be specified in accordance with such law relating to co-operative societies for the time being in force.

(3) The terms and conditions as approved by the Reserve Bank should come into effect from the date specified by the Bank in this behalf in the order of approval and be binding upon the Corporation and its shareholders and creditors and if such law relating to co-operative societies be binding also upon the co-operative society and its shareholders and creditors.

(4) If for any reason the terms and conditions cannot come into effect on the date specified in the order of approval, the Reserve Bank may fix another suitable date for that purpose.

(5) On the date on which the terms and conditions as aforesaid come into effect, the business, assets and liabilities of the Corporation, or as the case may be, the co-operative society concerned, shall by virtue of and in accordance with the provisions of aforesaid order of approval, and if such law relating to co-operative societies so provides, stand transferred to and become the business, assets and liabilities of the co-operative society or the Corporation, as the case may be.

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