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are certified as provided by sect. 11 of the above-mentioned Act, before the society can

be incorporated. (2). Every application for a certificate of incorporation

to a society about to be established after the 2nd November, 1874, shall be in the form (B) subjoined to these regulations, and shall be accompanied by two printed copies of the rules marked

and signed, as mentioned in the said form. (3). The fee for the delivery of a certificate of incorpora

tion shall be one pound. (4). An alteration of the rules of a society may be

either-
(a) A partial alteration, consisting of the addi-

tion of a new rule or rules to the existing
rules, or of the substitution of a new rule
or rules for any of the existing rules, or
of a rescission of any of the existing rules
without any substitution, or of more than

one or all of those modes, or, (6) A complete alteration consisting of the sub

stitution of an entire set of rules for the

existing set of rules. (5). An application for the registration of a partial altera

tion of rules must be made by three members
and the secretary of the society, and must be made
in the form (M) annexed hereto, and must be
accompanied by a statutory declaration in the form
(Q) hereto annexed, and by a printed copy of the
existing rules and by the following documents-
(a.) If the partial alteration consists of the

addition of a new rule or rules, two copies
of such rule or rules, each copy being
marked 0 and signed by each of the

applicants. (6.) If the partial alteration consists of the sub

stitution of a new rule or rules, two copies of such new rule or rules, each copy being marked 0 and signed by each of the

applicants. (c.) If the partial alteration consists of the

rescission of any of the rules without any substitution, two copies of the resolution for such rescission, each copy being marked and signed by each of the applicants.

The registrar before registering the partial alteration of

rules, shall ascertain that it is in conformity with

the above-mentioned Act. (6). An application for the registration of a complete

alteration of rules-
(a) If made by a society established after the

2nd of November, 1874, shall be made by
three members and the secretary of the
society, and shall be in the form (X)
annexed hereto, and must be accompanied
by a statutory declaration in form (Q)
annexed hereto, and by a printed copy of
the existing rules and by two printed
copies of the new rules, each copy being
marked (P) and signed by each of the
applicants : and the registrar, before regis-
tering the new set of rules, shall ascertain
that it provides for all matters which, by
sect. 16 of the above-mentioned Act, are
to be provided for by rules, and is in

conformity with the Act. (6) If made by a society in existence on the 2nd

November, 1874, shall be made by three members and the secretary of the society, and shall be in the form (Y) annexed hereto, and must be accompanied by a statutory declaration in form (Q) annexed hereto, and by a printed copy of the existing rules and by two printed copies of the new rules, each copy being marked (P) and signed by each of the applicants : and the registrar before registering the new set of rules, shall ascertain that it is

in conformity with the Act. (7). The certificate of registry of an alteration of rules

shall be delivered to the applicants, attached to one of the copies of the new rule, or rules, or new set of rules, as the case may be, or when the alteration consists of rescission merely, attached to the

old set of rules, on payment of ten shillings. (8). All documents transmitted to the registrar relating

to any society shall be open to the inspection of

any person on payment of one shilling. (9). The fee to be paid for a certificate of registration of

change of name shall be ten shillings ; and for any other document signed by the registrar, pursuant to sect. 20 of the above-mentioned Act, two

shillings and sixpence. (10). The last words in the name of every society incor

porated under the above-mentioned Act, shall be * building society”; and when the certified name of a society applying for incorporation contains words between building”

” and “society” the registrar shall omit such words ; and the registrar may omit from the name of a society any words implying that the society is other than a “building society.”

(Signed) RICHD. ASSHETON CROSS. Whitehall, 23rd November, 1874.

(FORM A).
BUILDING SOCIETIES ACT, 1874.

37 & 38 Vic. c. 42.

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION TO A SOCIETY EXISTING ON Nov. 2, 1874.

Building Society. 1. This is an application for a certificate of incorporation under the above-mentioned Act to the Building Society, which on the 2nd of November, 1874, was a building society existing under the Act 6 & 7 Wm. IV, c. 32.

2. The application is made by the person whose name is subscribed at the foot hercof.

Accompanying this application are sent a copy of the rules of the society, as they exist at the date of the application, and a statutory declaration by the applicant (in the form required by the regulations of the secretary of state) to the effect that he was authorised to make this application by a general meeting of the society specially called for the purpose.

Signed,

Address

Date To the Registrar of Building Societies, 28, Abingdon Street, Westminster,

London, S.W.

(FORM B.)
BUILDING SOCIETIES ACT, 1874.

37 & 38 VIC. C. 42.

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORA

TION TO A SOCIETY ABOUT TO BE ESTABLISHED AFTER
NOVEMBER 2, 1874.

Building Society. 1. This is an application for a certificate of incorporation for a society intended to be established under the above-mentioned Act as a building society, under the name of the Building Society, and the application is made by the four persons whose names are subscribed at the foot hereof.

2. The name of the society and chief office or place of meeting for the business of the society are set forth in Rule No.

3. The manner in which the stock or funds of the society are to be raised, the terms upon which paid-up shares (if any) are to be issued and repaid, and whether preferential shares are to be issued, and if so, within what limits, if any; and whether the society intends to avail itself of the borrowing powers contained in the Act, and, if so within what limits, which do not exceed the limits prescribed by the Act, are set forth in Rule No.

4. The purposes to which the funds of the society are to be applied and the manner in which they are to be invested, are set forth in Rule No.

5. The terms upon which shares may be withdrawn, and upon which mortgages may be redeemed, are set forth in Rule No.

6. The manner of altering and rescinding the rules of the society, and of making additional rules, is set forth in Rule No.

7. The manner of appointing, remunerating, and removing the board of directors or committee of management, auditors, and other officers, is set forth in Rule No.

8. The manner of calling general and special meetings of the members is set forth in Rule No.

9. Provision for an annual or more frequent audit of accounts, and inspection by the auditors of the mortgages and other securities belonging to the society is made by Rule No.

10. Whether disputes between the society and any of its members, or any person claiming by or through any member, or under the rules, shall be settled by reference

to the court, or to the registrar, or to arbitration, is determined by Rule No.

11. Provisions for the device, custody, and use of the seal of the society, and

that it shall bear the registered name thereof, is made by Rule No.

12. Provisions for the custody of the mortgage deeds and other securities belonging to the society is made by Rule No.

13. The powers and duties of the board of directors or committee of management and other officers are set forth in Rule No.

14. The fines and forfeitures to be imposed on members of the society are set forth in Rule No.

15. The manner in which the society shall be terminated or dissolved, and whether it is terminating or permanent, are set forth in Rule No.

16. In other respects the rules are in conformity with the above-mentioned Act.

17. Accompanying this application are sent two printed copies of the rules, each marked P and signed by each of the applicants. (Signed) 1

Member.
2

Member.
Member.

Secretary [Here insert the address to which the answer to the application

is to be sent.] Dated the To the Registrar of Building Societies, 28, Abingdon Street, Westminster,

London, S.W.

day of

18

(FORM D).
BUILDING SOCIETIES ACT, 1874.

37 & 38 VIC. C. 42.

Building Society. I of do solemnly and sincerely declare that at a general meeting of the Society, specially called for the purpose, authority was duly given to me to make application for the incorporation of the said society under the 37 & 38 Vic. c. 42; and that the rules of the said society have been certified under the 6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 32.

And I make this solemn declaration, conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the provisions of an Act made and passed in the fifth and sixth years of the reign of his late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled “An Act to repeal an Act of the present session of parliament, intituled 'An

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