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Section 11 - Members guilty of offences punishable as strangers : Societies Registration Act 1860

 

 

Members guilty of offences punishable as strangers is defined under Section 11 of Societies Registration Act 1860

Section 11 of Societies Registration Act 1860: "Members guilty of offences punishable as strangers"

Any member of the society who shall steal, purloin, or embezzle any money or other property, or willfully and maliciously destroy or injure any property of such society, or shall forge any deed, bond, security for money, receipt, or other instrument, whereby the funds of the society may be exposed to loss, shall be subject to the same prosecution, and, if convicted, shall be liable to be punished in like manner, as any person not a member would be subject and liable to in respect of the like offence.

 

 

 

SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT 1860

Section 1 - Societies formed by memorandum of association and registration

Section 2 - Memorandum of association

Section 3 - Registration and fees

Section 4 - Annual list of managing body to be filed

Section 5 - Property of society how vested

 

 

Section 6 - Suits by and against societies

Section 7 - Suits not to abate

Section 8 - Enforcement of judgment against society

Section 9 - Recovery of penalty accruing under bye-law

Section 10 - Members liable to be sued as strangers

 

 

Section 11 - Members guilty of offences punishable as strangers

Section 12 - Societies enabled to alter, extend, or abridge their purposes

Section 13 - Provision for dissolution of societies and adjustment of their affairs

Section 14 - Upon a dissolution no member to receive profit

Section 15 - Member defined

 

 

Section 16 - Governing body defined

Section 17 - Registration of societies formed before Act

Section 18 - Such societies to file memorandum, etc., with Registrar of Joint-stock Companies

Section 19 - Inspection of documents

Section 20 - To what Societies Act applies

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