Co-operative (Seychelles Potters' Co-operative) (Establishment) Order
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CONSOLIDATED TO 30 JUNE 2012
LAWS OF SEYCHELLES
SI. 32 of 1988
Sections 2 and 18(2)
CO‑OPERATIVES (SEYCHELLES POTTERS CO‑OPERATIVE) (ESTABLISHMENT) ORDER
[18th July, 1988]
1. This Order may be cited as the Co‑operative (Seychelles Potters' Co‑operative) (Establishment) Order.
2. (1) The Seychelles Potters' Co‑operative Society Limited is hereby reconstituted and for this purpose there is hereby established a co‑operative by the name of the Seychelles Potters' Co‑operative.
(2) The registered address of the co‑operative shall be at Les Mamelles, Mahe, Seychelles.
3. The objects of the co‑operative shall be ‑
(a) the promotion of the interest and welfare of the members of the co‑operative by providing training to the members so that they become qualified potters; and
(b) the development of a distinctive type of pottery particularly suited to Seychelles.
4. [Omitted as members have ceased to hold office by effluxion of time].
5. The co‑operative shall have at any one time a maximum number of 15 members.
6. On the date of the coming into operation of this Order ‑
(a) the assets and liabilities of the Seychelles Potters' Co‑operative Society Limited reconstituted by this Order (hereinafter referred to as the "Old Co‑operative") shall be the assets and liabilities of the Seychelles Potters' Co‑operative established by this Order (herein‑ after referred to as the "New Co‑operative") and the New Co‑operative shall have all the necessary powers to take possession of, recover and deal with the assets and discharge the liabilities;
(b) all contracts, agreements, arrangements and undertakings entered into by the Old Co‑operative shall be deemed to have been entered into by the New Co‑operative any reference to the Old Co‑operative in the contracts, agreements, arrangements, or undertakings shall be cons‑ trued and have effect as if it were a reference to the New Co‑operative; and
(c) all proceedings pending to which the Old Co‑operative is a party shall be continued as if the New Co‑operative were a party to the proceedings instead of the Old Co‑ operative.