Rights of a member of a cooperative society

Outline five rights of a member of a cooperative society

The rights of a member of a cooperative society

These rights are:-

  • To attend and participate in general meetings.
  • To elect and be elected to the organs of the society subject to this by-laws.
  • To enjoy the use of all facilities and services of the society subject to the by-laws.
  • To receive periodically and regularly or upon request a statement of account in respect of transactions with the society.
  • To access all legitimate information relating to the society including: internal regulations, registers, minutes of general meetings, annual accounts, inventories and investigation reports at the registered office of the society subject to any regulations in force.
  • To transfer shares.
  • To share in the profits of the society, if any.
  • To vote on all matters put before the general meeting of the society.
  • To appoint a nominee.



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