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NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF ROAD
PROCESS ORDER


Road Opening and Closing—
The Cattle Track/Cattle Track/Merriton-Narridy Road,
Crystal Brook

BY Road Process Order made on 19 March 2014, the Port Pirie Regional Council ordered that:

1. Portions of Sections 227, 226, 225 and 224, Hundred of Crystal Brook, more particularly delineated and numbered ‘1’, ‘2’, ‘3’ and ‘4’ on Preliminary Plan No. 11/000061 be opened as road, forming a realignment of The Cattle Track, Cattle Track and Merriton-Narridy Road.

2. Portions of The Cattle Track, Cattle Track and Merriton-Narridy Road adjoining Sections 44, 225, 226, 55E and 59, Hundred of Crystal Brook, more particularly delineated and lettered ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ and ‘E’ on Preliminary Plan No. 11/0061 be closed.

3. Transfer the whole of the land subject to closure to Graemoor Pty Ltd in accordance with the agreement for exchange dated 18 February 2013 entered into between Port Pirie Regional Council and Graemoor Pty Ltd.

4. The following easement be granted over portions of the road closed by this order:

Grant to the South Australian Water Corporation an easement for water supply purposes.

On 3 July 2014 that order was confirmed by the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure conditionally upon the deposit by the Registrar-General of Deposited Plan 94002 being the authority for the new boundaries

Pursuant to Section 24 (5) of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, NOTICE of the order referred to above and its confirmation is hereby given.

Dated 7 May 2015.



M. P. Burdett, Surveyor-General

ROADS (OPENING AND CLOSING) ACT 1991:


SECTION 24

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF ROAD
PROCESS ORDER


Road Closure—Arthur Street, Auburn

BY Road Process Order made on 5 March 2015, the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council ordered that:

1. The whole of Arthur Street situate between Main North Road and River Street and adjoining Allotment 91 in Filed Plan 203690, more particularly delineated and lettered ‘A’ on Preliminary Plan No. 14/0038 be closed.

2. The whole of the land subject to closure be transferred to Neville Ronald Sloss in accordance with agreement for transfer dated 5 November 2014 entered into between the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council and N. R. Sloss.

On 15 April 2015 that order was confirmed by the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure conditionally upon the deposit by the Registrar-General of Deposited Plan 95932 being the authority for the new boundaries.

Pursuant to Section 24 (5) of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, NOTICE of the order referred to above and its confirmation is hereby given.

Dated 7 May 2015.

M. P. Burdett, Surveyor-General

ROADS (OPENING AND CLOSING) ACT 1991:


SECTION 24

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF ROAD
PROCESS ORDER


Road Closure—Meadows

BY Road Process Order made on 23 March 2015, The District Council of Mount Barker ordered that:

1. The whole of the unnamed Public Road situate south of Claren Road and dividing Section 4175, Hundred of Kuitpo from Allotment 208 in Deposited Plan 24542, more particularly delineated and lettered ‘A’ on Preliminary Plan No. 13/0010 be closed.

2. The whole of the land subject to closure be transferred to Patricia Anne Weinert in accordance with agreement for transfer dated 6 March 2013 entered into between The District Council of Mount Barker and P. A. Weinert.

On 1 May 2015 that order was confirmed by the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure conditionally upon the deposit by the Registrar-General of Deposited Plan 92112 being the authority for the new boundaries.

Pursuant to Section 24 (5) of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, NOTICE of the order referred to above and its confirmation is hereby given.

Dated 7 May 2015.

M. P. Burdett, Surveyor-General

REAL PROPERTY ACT NOTICE

TAKE notice that the applicant(s) named herein has (or have each respectively) made application to have the parcel(s) of land set forth and described before his (her or its) name as appears in the Schedule below brought under the provisions of the Real Property Act 1886:

Notice is given, therefore, that unless a caveat pursuant to Section 39 of that Act is lodged by a person having an estate or interest in such land on or before the expiration of the period specified (or for each case specified) in the Schedule below, the said parcel(s) of land will be brought under the provisions of the Act in accordance with Part IV thereof. A diagram(s) delineating this/these parcel(s) of land may be inspected at the Lands Titles Registration Office, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, and in the office(s) of the corporation or district council (or of the respective corporations or district councils) in which the said parcel(s) is/are situated.


The Schedule

No. of
Applica-
tion

Description of Property




Name




Residence

Date up to and
inclusive of which
caveat may be
lodged






















31173

Portion of Section 277, Hundred of Adelaide in the Area named Norwood and more particularly define as Allotment 101 in Filed Plan No. 59758.




Jane Elizabeth Homburg and Caroline Liston Lenman.




22 Lowe Road, Chapel Hill, S.A. 5153 and
17 Alpha Street, Kensington Park,
S.A. 5068 respectively.

7 July 2015

Dated 7 May 2015, at the Lands Titles Registration Office, Adelaide. B. Pike, Registrar-General


SOUTH AUSTRALIAN HOUSING TRUST REGULATIONS 2010

Notice under Regulation 4

Determination of Criteria for the Purposes of the Concept of Affordable Housing

1. Application

This Notice applies to:

(a) applications for development authorisation under the Development Act 1993 (SA); and

(b) policies under Development Plans pursuant to the Development Act 1993 (SA).

2. Determination of Criteria

(1) Land or a dwelling that is the subject of an application or policy to which this Notice applies will fall within the concept of affordable housing for the purposes of the South Australian Housing Trust Regulations 2010 (SA) if:

(a) the Dwelling is to be offered for sale to an Eligible Buyer (as described in Paragraph 2 (2) of this Notice) either at or below the price described in row two in the table set out below (having regard to the location of the Dwelling as described in column two and three of that table) (‘Price’), or at a price approved under Clause 2 (3) of this Notice in accordance with the terms of a legally binding agreement referred to in Paragraph 2 (1) (d) or

(b) the Land is a Torrens Title allotment and is offered for sale to an Eligible Buyer at or below the price described in row three in the table set out below (having regard to the location of the Land as described in column two and three of that table) (‘Price’); or

(c) the Land or Dwelling is purchased by an Eligible Buyer described in Paragraphs 2 (2) (b), 2 (2) (c), or 2 (2) (d) for more than the Price; or

(d) the Minister responsible for administering the South Australian Housing Trust Regulations 2010 (SA) otherwise determines, in the Minister’s absolute discretion, that the Land or Dwelling constitutes affordable housing for the purposes of the South Australian Housing Trust Regulations 2010 (SA);

and


(e) in the case of an application for a development authorisation—a legally binding agreement between the developer/owner and a Minister, or instrumentality of the Crown in right of the State or Council (constituted under the Local Government Act 1999 (SA)), is in place to ensure that the sale and/or purchase of the Land or Dwelling complies with the requirements set out in this Notice.

Affordability Indicators
(June 2014)

Greater Adelaide and Regional Cities*

Rest of State#

House and land purchase price (inclusive of GST)

$304 000

$243 000

Land purchase price (inclusive of GST)

$136 800

$109 350

* ‘Greater Adelaide’ means Greater Adelaide as defined in Map D1 the 30 Year Plan for Greater Adelaide, a volume of the South Australian Planning Strategy published in 2010. Regional Centres are Roxby Downs, Mount Gambier, Murray Bridge, Port Augusta, Port Pirie, Whyalla and Port Lincoln.

#‘Rest of State’ means all areas in the State of South Australia excluding Greater Adelaide and the Regional Cities described above.

(2) An Eligible Buyer is:

(a) a person who is assessed as being eligible by Renewal SA;

(b) the South Australian Housing Trust or a registered housing association or a registered housing co-operative under the South Australian Co-operative and Community Housing Act 1991 (SA);

(c) a person (natural or corporate) approved to provide affordable rental under the ‘National Rental Affordability Scheme’;

(d) a person (natural or corporate) subject to an affordable housing facilitation agreement with a Minister, or instrumentality of the Crown in right of the State; or

(e) any class of persons, declared from time to time by the Minister responsible for administering the South Australian Housing Trust Regulations 2010 (SA).

(3) If a Dwelling:



(a) has features which make it more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable;

(b) is on a small allotment within close proximity of public transport;

(c) is offered for sale in conjunction with a financing product that increases an Eligible Buyers purchasing capacity, or

(d) provides for dual occupancy living

as outlined in the ‘Including 15% Affordable Housing in Your Development’ industry guidelines published from time to time by Renewal SA, the developer/owner may seek approval from the Minister with applications for approval directed to the Chief Executive, Renewal SA for a variation of the Price by up to 15%.

Dated 25 April 2015.

John Rau, Minister for Housing and Urban Development

South Australia



Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2015

1—Short title

This proclamation may be cited as the Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2015.



2—Commencement

The Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act 2013 (No 14 of 2013) will come into operation on 22 May 2015.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 7 May 2015

AGO0028/15CS


South Australia



Administrative Arrangements (Administration of
Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act) Proclamation 2015

under section 5 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994



1—Short title

This proclamation may be cited as the Administrative Arrangements (Administration of


Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act) Proclamation 2015
.

2—Commencement

This proclamation comes into operation on the day on which it is made.



3—Administration of Act committed to Attorney General

The administration of the Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act 2013 is committed to the Attorney General.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 7 May 2015

AGO0028/15CS


South Australia

Co-operatives (South Australia) Regulations 2015

under the Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act 2013



Contents

1 Short title

2 Commencement

3 Interpretation

4 Secrecy (section 13 of Act)

5 Unsuitable names for co-operatives (section 220(5) of CNL (SA) and regulation 3.7 of CNR (SA))

6 Prohibited names for corporations (section 18(c) of Act and section 220(7) of CNL (SA))

7 Restrictions on use of word co-operative or similar words (section 225(2) of CNL (SA))

8 Application for transfer (section 403 of CNL (SA))

9 Examination of involved person—fees and expenses (section 522(4) of CNL (SA))

10 Procedures regarding giving of exemptions (section 621 of CNL (SA))

11 Prescribed fees

12 Co-operatives may continue to operate under old rules

Schedule 1—Fees

Schedule 2—Revocation

1 Revocation

1—Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Co-operatives (South Australia) Regulations 2015.

2—Commencement

These regulations will come into operation on the day on which the Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act 2013 comes into operation.

3—Interpretation

(1) In these regulations—



Act means the Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act 2013;

CNL (SA) or the Law means the Co-operatives National Law (South Australia);

CNR (SA) means the Co-operatives National Regulations (South Australia).

(2) Terms used in these regulations and also in the CNL (SA) have the same meanings as they have in the CNL (SA).

4—Secrecy (section 13 of Act)

For the purposes of section 13(1)(d) of the Act, the following entities are prescribed:

(a) the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption;

(b) the Office for Public Integrity.

5—Unsuitable names for co-operatives (section 220(5) of CNL (SA) and regulation 3.7 of CNR (SA))

For the purposes of section 220(5) of the CNL (SA) and regulation 3.7 of the CNR (SA), a name is to be regarded as an unsuitable name if the Registrar is satisfied that it is likely to mislead.

6—Prohibited names for corporations (section 18(c) of Act and section 220(7) of CNL (SA))

(1) For the purposes of section 220(7) of the CNL (SA), an entity is exempt from section 220(4) of the Law if the entity is—

(a) an entity that is allowed under an Act of any jurisdiction or of the Commonwealth to use the word "co operative" or "cooperative" or the abbreviation "co op" or "coop" in its name; or

(b) an entity—

(i) that has taken over, or that is to take over, the undertaking (or a part of the undertaking) of a transitioning housing co operative under clause 15 of Schedule 3 of the Community Housing Providers (National Law) (South Australia) Act 2013; and

(ii) that is registered under the Community Housing Providers National Law; or

(c) an entity that is exempted by the Registrar by written notice from the operation of section 220(4) of the Law and that complies with any conditions to which the exemption is made subject.

(2) The following provisions apply in relation to an exemption granted by the Registrar under subregulation (1)(c):

(a) the exemption may be limited as to time;

(b) the Registrar may vary the conditions of the exemption, or revoke the exemption, by written notice to the entity.

7—Restrictions on use of word co-operative or similar words (section 225(2) of CNL (SA))

(1) For the purposes of section 225(2) of the CNL (SA), an entity is exempt from section 225(1) of the Law if the entity is—

(a) an entity referred to in regulation 6(1)(a) or (b); or

(b) a housing co operative within the meaning of the South Australian Co-operative and Community Housing Act 1991; or

(c) an entity that is exempted by the Registrar by written notice from the operation of section 225(1) of the Law and that complies with any conditions to which the exemption is made subject.

(2) The following provisions apply in relation to an exemption granted by the Registrar under subregulation (1)(c):

(a) the exemption may be limited as to time;

(b) the Registrar may vary the conditions of the exemption, or revoke the exemption, by written notice to the entity.

8—Application for transfer (section 403 of CNL (SA))

For the purposes of section 403(b) of the CNL (SA), a co operative may apply to become registered, incorporated or otherwise established as a corporation under:

(a) the Associations Incorporation Act 1985;

(b) the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 of the Commonwealth;

(c) any other legislation of any jurisdiction or of the Commonwealth that provides for the incorporation of a building society, credit union or friendly society.

9—Examination of involved person—fees and expenses (section 522(4) of CNL (SA))

An involved person who attends for examination by an investigator is entitled to be paid the allowance and expenses that would be payable for expenses and loss of time that he or she would be entitled to receive on attending to give evidence, or to produce a document, at the trial of civil proceedings before the District Court of South Australia.

10—Procedures regarding giving of exemptions (section 621 of CNL (SA))

For the purposes of section 621 of the CNL (SA), the procedure for the giving of exemptions that are provided for under the Law is as follows:

(a) an application for an exemption must be made in the approved form but, if there is no relevant approved form, the application must be made in writing;

(b) where relevant, the application must be made within a reasonable time before the event or the occurrence of the matter for which the exemption is sought;

(c) the application must be accompanied by the relevant fee prescribed by Schedule 1.

11—Prescribed fees

(1) For the purposes of a provision specified in Column 2 of Schedule 1, the prescribed fee is the amount specified in Column 4 of that Schedule in relation to the matter described in Column 3 of that Schedule.

(2) Fees for anything done by or in relation to the Registrar under provisions of the Corporations Act as applied under the CNL (SA) that is not otherwise provided for in Schedule 1 are to be the same as the fees for chargeable matters under the Corporations (Fees) Act 2001 of the Commonwealth and the regulations under that Act.

(3) The Registrar may waive, reduce or refund any fee chargeable under these regulations in any case or class of case if, in the opinion of the Registrar, there are special circumstances that justify this action.

12—Co-operatives may continue to operate under old rules

(1) Subject to subregulation (2), a co operative may continue to operate under the rules (old rules) applying to the co operative that were in force immediately before the commencement of the Act.

(2) While a co operative is operating under the old rules—

(a) if there is any inconsistency between a provision of the old rules and a provision of the Act, the CNL (SA), the CNR (SA) or these regulations, the provision of the Act, the CNL (SA), the CNR (SA) or these regulations prevails; and

(b) if there is a reference in the old rules to a requirement contained in the Co-operatives Act 1997 or the Co-operatives Regulations 2012, that reference is to be read as a reference to the equivalent requirement contained in the Act, the CNL (SA), the CNR (SA) or these regulations; and

(c) if there is a reference in the old rules to—

(i) the co operative being a trading co operative—that reference is to be read as a reference to the co operative being a distributing co operative; and

(ii) the co operative being a non trading co operative—that reference is to be read as a reference to the co operative being a non distributing co operative.

Schedule 1—Fees


Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Item

Provision

Subject

Fee

1

CNL (SA) s 26(1)(b)(ii)

Application for registration of proposed co operative—draft formation disclosure statement required under CNL (SA) s 23

$353.00

2

CNL (SA) s 26(1)(b)(ii)

Application for registration of proposed co operative—draft formation disclosure statement not required under CNL (SA) s 23

$178.00

3

CNL (SA) s 31(b)(ii)

Application for registration of existing corporation—draft formation disclosure statement required under CNL (SA) s 23

$353.00

4

CNL (SA) s 31(b)(ii)

Application for registration of existing corporation—draft formation disclosure statement not required under CNL (SA) s 23

$178.00

5

CNL (SA) s 37(b)(ii)

Issue of duplicate certificate of registration

$44.50

6

CNL (SA) s 60

Application for Registrar’s prior approval of certain rule amendments

$88.00

7

CNL (SA) s 63(2)

Application for registration of rule amendment, other than where pre approved under CNL (SA) s 60—per rule (maximum of $140.00 per lodgement)

Plus fee for late lodgement:



$14.00







(a) within first 28 days after due date

$51.50







(b) after first 28 days after due date

$159.00

8

CNL (SA) s 63(4)

Application for issue of certificate of registration of rule amendment

$44.50

9

CNL (SA) s 71(1)

Application for exemption from any or all provisions of Division 2 of Part 2.4 of CNL (SA)

$353.00

10

CNL (SA) s 82(3)(a)

Application for registration of disclosure statement for compulsory share take up

$353.00

11

CNL (SA) s 119(5)

Application to extend period for carrying on business with too few members

$353.00

12

CNL (SA) s 152(3)

Application for determination of a member’s eligibility to vote on an active membership resolution

$178.00

13

CNL (SA) s 171

Application for exemption of co operative from any or all provisions of Division 5 of Part 2.6 of CNL (SA) (former member entitlements)

$353.00

14

CNL (SA) s 213(1)(d)

Application for approval to keep register at another office

$44.50

15

CNL (SA) s 220(7)

Use of “co operative”, “co op” etc—application for exemption by Registrar (cl 5 of this Regulation)

$353.00

16

CNL (SA) s 221(1)

Application to approve omission of “Limited” or “Ltd” in name

$44.50

17

CNL (SA) s 222(e)

Application to approve abbreviation or elaboration of name

$44.50

18

CNL (SA) s 224

Application to approve change of name

$44.50

19

CNL (SA) s 225(2)

Restriction on use of “co operative”, “co op” etc—application for exemption by Registrar (cl 6 of this Regulation)

$44.50

20

CNL (SA) s 226(4)

Lodgement of notice of change of address

Fee for late lodgement:



nil







(a) within first 28 days after due date

$51.50







(b) after first 28 days after due date

$159.00

21

CNL (SA) s 226(6)

Application for exemption for a small co operative or class of small co operatives from CNL (SA) s 226(3) requirement for a notice about the name of a co operative and its registered office

$88.00

22

CNL (SA) s 233(2)

Application by member for review of voting entitlement

$353.00

23

CNL (SA) s 243(2)(c)(ii)

Filing fee for registration of special resolution—per resolution (maximum of $222.50 per lodgement)

Plus fee for late lodgement:



$44.50







(a) within first 28 days after due date

$51.50







(b) after first 28 days after due date

$159.00

24

CNL (SA) s 244(3)

Application for certificate of registration of special resolution

$44.50

25

CNL (SA) s 248(3)

Application for approval of disclosure statement for special postal ballot

$353.00

26

CNL (SA) s 289

Lodgement of annual financial reports by large co operative

Plus fee for late lodgement:



$88.00







(a) within first 28 days after due date

$51.50







(b) after first 28 days after due date

$159.00

27

CNL (SA) s 290

Lodgement of half yearly reports by co operative that is a disclosing entity

Fee for late lodgement:



nil







(a) within first 28 days after due date

$51.50







(b) after first 28 days after due date

$159.00

28

CNL (SA) s 293

Lodgement of annual return by small co operative

Plus fee for late lodgement:



$88.00







(a) within first 28 days after due date

$51.50







(b) after first 28 days after due date

$159.00

29

CNL (SA) s 316(1)

Application for exemption of certain persons (in relation to a co operative) from all or specified requirements of “target provisions”

$353.00

30

CNL (SA) s 317(1)

Application for exemption of certain persons (in respect of a class of co operatives) from all or specified requirements of “target provisions”

$353.00

31

CNL (SA) s 319(1)

Application for exemption of certain persons from all or specified requirements of “target provisions”

$353.00

32

CNL (SA) s 320(1)

Application for exemption of certain persons (in respect of classes of audit firms or audit companies) from all or specified requirements of “target provisions”

$353.00

33

CNL (SA) s 322

Application for exemption from a provision of CNR (SA) made under Part 3.3 (Financial reports and audit) of CNL (SA)

$353.00

34

CNL (SA) s 337

Lodgement of disclosure documents for issue of securities other than an issue of securities under CNL (SA) s 338

$2 504.00

35

CNL (SA) s 337

Application for exemption or modification of disclosure provisions under Chapter 6D of Corporations Act (as applied)

$353.00

36

CNL (SA) s 338(3)

Application for approval of disclosure statement for issue of non share securities to members or employees of co operative

$353.00

37

CNL (SA) s 343(3)(a)

Application for approval of disclosure statement for compulsory loan from members to co operative

$353.00

38

CNL (SA) s 343(10)

Application for exemption from all or specified provisions of CNL (SA) s 343 (requirements for compulsory loans from members to co operative)

$353.00

39

CNL (SA) s 350(1)(b) and (c)

Application for approval of the statement and terms of issue of CCUs

$353.00

40

CNL (SA) s 359(3)

Application for exemption from a provision of CNL (SA) s 248 and s 359 (requirements in respect of disposal or acquisition of significant assets)

$353.00

41

CNL (SA) s 363(2)

Application to permit a higher maximum level of share interest than 20% in particular co operative

$353.00

42

CNL (SA) s 372(1)

Application by an individual from the restrictions on share interests, relevant interests etc

$353.00

43

CNL (SA) s 374(1)(b)

Application for approval of share offers provided for in CNL (SA) s 373 that may result in structural change of co operative

$353.00

44

CNL (SA) s 376(5)

Application to extend time permitted for board to consider a share offer of the kind specified in CNL (SA) s 373(1)

$88.00

45

CNL (SA) s 380(1)

Application for exemption from a provision of Division 2 of Part 3.5 and s 248 of CNL (SA) (requirements for share offers under Division 2 of Part 3.5 of CNL (SA))

$353.00

46

CNL (SA) s 396(2)

Application for consent to merger or transfer of engagements by way of board approval

$88.00

47

CNL (SA) s 397(2)

Application for approval of disclosure statement for purposes of a merger or transfer of engagements

$353.00

48

CNL (SA) s 397(4)

Application for exemption of co operative from complying with CNL (SA) s 397 in relation to disclosure statement about a merger or transfer of engagements

$353.00

49

CNL (SA) s 398(1)

Application for approval of merger or transfer of engagements

$353.00

50

CNL (SA) s 404(4)

Application for exemption from a provision of CNL (SA) s 248 and s 404 (requirements for transfer of incorporation)

$353.00

51

CNL (SA) s 416(1)(a)

Application for Registrar’s permission to shorten notice

$88.00

52

CNL (SA) s 418(1)(f)

Application for direction exempting from disqualification from administering compromise or arrangement

$353.00

53

CNL (SA) s 424(1)(b)

Application for Registrar’s statement of no objection to compromise or arrangement

$353.00

54

CNL (SA) s 425(4)

Lodgement of Supreme Court order with Registrar relating to compromise or arrangement

Plus fee for late lodgement:



$44.50







(a) within first 28 days after due date

$51.50







(b) after first 28 days after due date

$159.00

55

CNL (SA) s 428(1)

Application for Registrar’s approval of explanatory statement for compromise or arrangement

$882.00

56

CNL (SA) s 445(3)

Application for exemption from a provision of CNL (SA) s 248 or s 445 (requirements for voluntary winding up)

$353.00

57

CNL (SA) s 453

Application to Registrar to exercise powers in respect of property of a deregistered co operative

$346.00

58

CNL (SA) s 476(2)(a)

Application to local Registrar to consent to merger or transfer of engagements occurring as a result of approval by special resolution or decision by the board—merger between local and participating co operatives

$88.00

59

CNL (SA) s 477(2)

Application for approval by appropriate Registrar of disclosure statement for merger or transfer of engagements—local and participating co operatives

$353.00

60

CNL (SA) s 477(4)

Application to appropriate Registrar for exemption from requirements of CNL (SA) s 477 applying to a merger or transfer of engagements—local and participating co operatives

$353.00

61

CNL (SA) s 478(1)

Application for approval of merger or transfer of engagements—local and participating co operatives

$353.00

62

CNL (SA) s 531(1)(a)

Application to Registrar for special meeting

$353.00

63

CNL (SA) s 531(1)(b)

Application to Registrar for inquiry

$882.00

64

CNL (SA) s 588(1)

Application to Registrar for a certificate stating that a thing had or had not been done within a specified period or by a specified date

$88.00

65

CNL (SA) s 588(2)

Application to Registrar for a certificate stating that requirements of the Law had or had not been complied with or had been complied with at a specified date or within a specified period

$88.00

66

CNL (SA) s 588(3)

Application to Registrar for a certificate stating that on a specified date a body was not or had ceased to be registered as a co operative under the Law

$39.00

67

CNL (SA) s 601(1)(a)

Inspection of register of co operatives

$25.50

68

CNL (SA) s 601(1)(b)

Inspection of documents kept by Registrar relating to a co operative and prescribed by the National Regulations

$25.50

69

CNL (SA) s 601(1)(c)

Extract from register of co operatives inspected under CNL (SA) s 601(1)(a):










first page

$5.60







each additional page

$1.50

70

CNL (SA) s 601(1)(d)

Certified copy of document that may be inspected under CNL (SA) s 601(1)(b):










first page

$25.50







each additional page

$1.50

71

CNL (SA) s 601(1)(e)

Copy of document that may be inspected under CNL (SA) s 601(1)(b):










first page

$5.60







each additional page

$1.50

72

CNL (SA) s 609(1)

Application for extension or shortening of time

$88.00

73

CNL (SA) s 611(2)(c)(iii)

Application for permission to give notice to members by newspaper

$88.00

74

CNR (SA) reg 1.4(5)

Application by co operative for declaration that it is a small co operative for a particular financial year

$250.00

Schedule 2—Revocation

1—Revocation

The Co-operatives Regulations 2012 are revoked.

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