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Housing and Regeneration Act 2008

Section 165 - Industrial and provident society:  dissolution

482.This section broadly replicates the effect of paragraph 12(5) of Part II of Schedule 1 to the 1996 Act.

483.Subsection (1) specifies that the effect of this section is restricted to non-profit registered providers that are both industrial and provident societies and are to be dissolved by an instrument of dissolution as defined in section 58 of the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965.

484.Subsection (2) provides that the instrument of dissolution may only be registered by the Financial Services Authority under section 58(5) of the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965 or be advertised by the authority as it is required to do under section 58(6) of the same Act if the regulator has first consented in writing to the dissolution and a copy of the consent has accompanied the instrument of dissolution sent to the Financial Services Authority.

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