Industrial Common Ownership Act 1976
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Industrial Common Ownership Act 1976 Elizabeth II. 1976. Chapter 78. by

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Industry and state -- Great Britain.

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Open LibraryOL15600848M
ISBN 100105478768

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Industrial Common Ownership Act c. 78 3 (iii) that, if on the winding up or dissolution of the body any of its assets remain to be disposed of after its liabilities are satisfied, the assets are not distributed among its members but are transferred to such a common ownership enterprise or such a central fund maintained for the benefit of common ownership. 2 Common ownership enterprises and co-operative enterprises. E+W+S (1) For the purposes of this Act a common ownership enterprise is a body as to which the registrar has given, and has not revoked, a certificate stating that he is satisfied— (a) that the body is— (i) a company which has no share capital, is limited by guarantee and is a bona fide co-operative society; or. and for the purposes of this section a body is a subsidiary of another body if it is a subsidiary of the other body for the purposes of the Companies Act or the [ c. ] Friendly and Industrial and Provident Societies Act 3 Short title and extent. (1) This Act may be cited as the Industrial Common Ownership Act Industrial Common Ownership Act CHAPTER An Act to further the development of enterprises controlled by people working in them, and for purposes connected therewith. [22nd November ] 1 Grants and loans. E+W+S.

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