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Act for the more effectual abolition of oaths and affirmations taken and made in various departments of the State, and to substitute declarations in lieu thereof, and for the more entire suppression of voluntary and extra judicial oaths and affidavits, and to make other provisions for the abolition of unnecessary oaths.” Taken and received before me,

one of Her Majesty's justices of
the peace for the county of
at in the said county, this

day of

18 .

(FORM M).
BUILDING SOCIETIES ACT, 1874.

37 & 38 Vic. C. 42.

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR REGISTRY OF PARTIAL

ALTERATION OF RULES.

Building Society. [Register No. _(a)] 1. This application is for the registry of a partial alteration of the rules of the Building Society, and is made by the four persons whose names are subscribed at the foot hereof.

2. The partial alteration submitted for registration consists of the addition of the rule or rules, two copies whereof accompany this application (each copy being marked 0, and signed by each of the applicants) in addition to the rules already registered (6)

or (or, and) of the substitution of the rule (or rules), two copies whereof accompany this application (each copy being marked 0, and signed by each of the applicants) for No. and No. of the rules already registered. Or (or and) of the rescission of No. and No. of the rules already registered (c), and two copies of the resolution for such rescission (each copy being marked 0, and signed by each of the applicants) accompany this application.

3. This application is also accompanied by a printed copy of the existing (or registered] rules, and by a statutory declaration,

(a) Omit if the society has not been incorporated.

(6) Or existing, if the society has not been incorporated under the Act.

(c) Or existing, if the society has not been incorporated under the Act.

of an officer of this society, to the effect that in making the alteration of rules now submitted for registration, the provi. sions of s. 18 of the 37 & 38 Vic. c. 42, have been complied with. (Signed) 1

Member. 2

Member. 3

Member.
4

Secretary.
Address •
Date

18
To the Registrar of Building Societies,

Abingdon Street, Westminster.

day of

(FORM Q).

BUILDING SOCIETIES ACT, 1874.

37 & 38 VIC. C. 42.

Building Society. [Register No. (d] I, of an officer of the above-named society, do solemnly and sincerely declare that in making the alterations of the rules of the said society, the application for the registration of which is appended to this declaration, the provisions of sect. 18, of the 37 & 38 Vic. c. 42, have been complied with.

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 Williain the Fourth, intituled, “An Act to repeal an Act of the present session of parliament, intituled ‘An Act for the more effectual abolition of oaths and affirmations taken and made in various departments of the State, and to substitute declarations in lieu thereof, and for the more entire suppression of voluntary and extra-judicial oaths and affidavits ; and to make other provisions for the abolition of unnecessary oaths.”” Taken and received before me, one

of Her Majesty's justices of the
peace for the county of
at
in the said county,

this
day of 18

(d) Omit if society has not been incorporated under the Act.

(FORM X).
BUILDING SOCIETIES ACT, 1874.

37 & 38 VIC. C. 42.

Building Society. Register No. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR REGISTRY OF COMPLETE

ALTERATION OF RULES BY A SOCIETY ESTABLISHED

AFTER NOVEMBER 2ND, 1874. 1. This is an application for the registration of a complete alteration of the registered rules of the Building Society, and is made by the four persons whose names are subscribed at the foot hereof.

2. The complete alteration submitted for registration is the substitution of the set of rules, two printed copies of which (each copy marked P, and signed by each of the applicants) accompany this application, for the set of rules already registered.

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

4. 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.

5. 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.

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

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

8. 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.

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

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

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11. 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.

12. Provision 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.

13. Provision for the custody of the mortgage deeds, and other securities belonging to the society is made by Rule No.

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

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

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

17. This application is also accompanied by a printed copy of the existing rules and by a statutory declaration of officer of the said society to the effect that in making the alteration of rules now submitted for registration the provisions of s. 18 of the 37 & 38 Vic. c. 42, have been complied with (Signed) 1

Member. 2

Member. 3

Member.
4

Secretary
Address

Date
The Registrar of Building Societies,
28, Abingdon Street, Westminster, S.W.

18

an

day of

(FORM Y).
BUILDING SOCIETIES ACT, 1874.

37 & 38 Vic. c. 42.

Building Society [Register No. (a)] FORM OF APPLICATION FOR REGISTRY OF COMPLETE

ALTERATION OF RULES BY A SOCIETY IN EXISTENCE

ON NOVEMBER 2, 1874. 1. This is an application for the registration of a complete alteration of the registered (a) rules of the Building Society, and is made by the four persons whose names are subscribed at the foot hereof.

2. The complete alteration submitted for registration is the substitution of the set of rules, two printed copies of which (each copy marked P and signed by each of the applicants) accompany this application, for the set of rules already gistered

3. This application is also accompanied by a printed copy of the existing (or registered] rules and by a statutory declaration

an officer of the said society, to the effect that in making the alteration of rules now submitted for registration the provi. sions of s. 18 of the 37 & 38 Vic. c. 42 have been complied with. (Signed) 1

Member. 2

Member. 3

Member.

Secretary
Address

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

S.W.

of

(a) Omit this if the society has not been incorporated under the Act.

(6) Or existing if the society has not been incorporated under the Act.

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