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By-law amendments, restructuring and dissolution of co-ops

Amendments to by-laws

Restructuring a co-op

  • If you are looking to amalgamate or transfer the assets and liabilities of your co-op, please contact the Registry and/or talk to the Singapore National Co-operative Federation.
    • The Registry 's contact details:

Registry of Co-operative Societies
Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth
140 Hill Street, #02-00
Old Hill Street Police Station
Singapore 179369

Tel (hotline): 6837 8537

Fax: 6837 8090

Email: MCCY_regcoop@mccy.gov.sg

Operating hours: Monday - Friday: 8.30am to 5.30pm (closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays)

The apex body - Singapore National Co-operative Federation

Dissolving a co-op

  • Guide to winding up
  • Application for voluntary dissolution
  • Information on claiming monies of dissolved co-ops
    Members of dissolved co-ops who:

    - have not cashed in their cheques from the appointed liquidators; or
    - did not present their claims to the appointed liquidators

    may still be able to make claims  to the Registry of Co-operative Societies for up to 2 years from the date of cancellation of registration of their respective co-op. Monies unclaimed after 2 years from the date of cancellation of registration of a co-op shall be carried to the Co-op Societies Liquidation Account, which would be applied to the furtherance of co-op principles or transferred to the Central Co-op Fund.

    Members should complete and mail this letter to the Registry of Co-operative Societies, together with a photocopy of their NRIC (both sides) to make their claims before the end of 2 years from the date of cancellation of registration of their respective co-op.
Last updated on 21 March 2019