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    Default application for the registeration of a co-operative society

    defeines a member as "A person joining in an application for the registeration of a co-operative society, which is subsequently registered, or a person duly admitted to membership of a society after registeration and includes a nominal, associate, or sympathiser member."


    Could anyone explain the above paragraph especially (highlighted words)?

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    Default Re: application for the registeration of a co-operative society

    A person can become a member of they are part of the application process for a co-operative society or if they join one that has already been registered.

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    Default Re: application for the registeration of a co-operative society

    Please just explain me,

    What `registered' mean in the above sentence.

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    Default Re: application for the registeration of a co-operative society

    To be a recognised society, you will have to register somewhere; otherwise, you will not enjoy the legal benefits.

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    Default Re: application for the registeration of a co-operative society

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    To be a recognised society, you will have to register somewhere; otherwise, you will not enjoy the legal benefits.
    A person joining in an application for the registeration of a co-operative society, which is subsequently registered.


    I am replacing the above sentence with mine.

    When new co-operative society is formed, it should be registered with somewhere to enjoy the legal benefits. So, it writes an application to (somewhere) for registeration and in that application whose name is included is a member.


    Is my receptiveness right?
    If wrong, please correct it.

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    Default Re: application for the registeration of a co-operative society

    The original was to do with defining what a member is. If you want to paraphrase that, I don't see why you need to include the part about legal benefits, which switches the emphasis from the member to the society. Are you trying to rephrase the original? If so, I would do something like this:


    A memeber is definied as a person who has either been named on the application for a co-operative society that then registered, or someone who joins a registered co-operative society.

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