Law Relating to Clubs

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Stevens & Haynes, 1903 - 249 pages
 

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Page 192 - In the event of a company formed under this Ordinance or under any other Ordinance of the Territories being wound up every present and past member of such company shall be liable to contribute to the assets of the company to an amount sufficient for payment of the debts and liabilities of the company...
Page 199 - ... shall show separately the expenditure in respect of the several objects of the...
Page 192 - No past member shall be liable to contribute in respect of any debt or liability of the company contracted after the time at which he ceased to be a member : 3.
Page 227 - ... in any court of law or equity, touching or concerning the property, right, or claim...
Page 194 - Any contract which if made between private persons, would be by law required to be in writing, and...
Page 217 - ... as may be present in person or by proxy (in cases where by the regulations of the company proxies are allowed) at any general meeting of which notice...
Page 220 - ... receiving or entitled to receive any relief, annuity, or other benefit from the funds of the society, unless the claim of such person be first duly satisfied, or adequate provision made for satisfying such claim...
Page 195 - ... (a) a return of the allotments, stating the number and nominal amount of the shares comprised in the allotment, the names, addresses, and descriptions of the allottees, and the amount (if any) paid or due and payable on each share ; and...
Page 231 - ... the conditions under which any member may become entitled to any benefit assured thereby, and the fines and forfeitures to be imposed on any member of such trade union.
Page 193 - Whenever the company has passed a special resolution requiring the company to be wound up by the Court : (2.) Whenever the company does not commence its business within a year from its incorporation, or suspends its business for the space of a whole year : (3.) Whenever the members are reduced in number to less than seven : (4.) Whenever the company is unable to pay its debts : (5.) Whenever the Court is of opinion that it is just and equitable that the company should be wound up.

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