Societies: accounts and audit, etc.
1. Books of account, etc.
2. Form in which books of account may be kept.
3. General provisions as to accounts and balance sheets of societies.
3A. Publication of accounts and balance sheets of societies.
4. Obligation to appoint auditors.
4A. Power of societies to disapply section 4.
5. Re-appointment and removal of qualified auditors.
6. Provisions as to resolutions relating to appointment and removal of auditors.
7. Qualified auditors.
8. Restrictions on appointment of auditors.
9. Auditors’ report and right of access to books and to attend and be heard at meetings.
9A. Duty to obtain accountant’s reports where section 4 applied.
9B.Rights of person appointed under section 9A(2).
9C.Registrar’s power to require accounts for past years to be audited.
10. Remuneration of qualified auditors.
11. Amendments relating to annual returns of societies.
12. Consequential amendments of rules by societies.
Industrial and provident societies: group accounts
13. Group accounts of industrial and provident societies.
14. Exemption from requirements in respect of group accounts.
15. Meaning of “subsidiary".
Societies registered under the Act of1896: valuations and rules
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17. Amendments with respect to the rules of societies registered under the Act of 1896.
Miscellaneous and supplementary
20. Minor and consequential amendments, repeals and transitional provisions.
22. Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
23. Short title, citation, construction and extent.
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9. SUPERANNUATION AND OTHER TRUST FUNDS (VALIDATION) Act 1927 (c. 41)
10. INDUSTRIAL AND PROVIDENT SOCIETIES ACT 1965 (c.12)
11.In section 74 (general provisions as to interpretation), in the...
12.In Schedule 1, in paragraph 10 (rules of societies to...
1.Where after the commencement of this Act by virtue of...
2.Where after the commencement of this Act neither subsection (1)...
3.Where after the commencement of this Act neither subsection (1)...
4.For the purpose of— (a) the application to any society,...
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