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Multi-State Co-operative Societies (MACTS)- The Multi-state Co-operative Societies Act, 2002 whichsubstitutes the earlier statute of 1984, facilitates the incorporation of cooperative societies whose objects and functionsspread over to several states. The act provides for formation of both primary (with both individual and institutionalmembers) and federal cooperatives (with only institutional memberships). Any application for the registration of a multi-state cooperative society, of which all the members are individuals, should be signed by at least fifty persons from eachof the states concerned. In case of a society of which members are cooperative societies, it should be signed by dulyauthorized representative of at least five such societies registered in different statesSOCIETY-Society is not an organization, and not legally bounded too. More explanation is as:: Society or humansociety is the manner or condition in which the members of a community live together for their mutual benefit. Byextension, society denotes the people of a region or country, sometimes even the world, taken as a whole. Used in thesense of an association, a society is a body of individuals outlined by the bounds of functional interdependence, possiblycomprising characteristics such as national or cultural identity, social solidarity, language or hierarchical organization.Human societies are characterized by patterns of relationships between individuals sharing a distinctive culture andinstitutions. Like other communities or groups, a society allows its members to achieve needs or wishes they could notfulfill alone. A society, however, may be ontologically independent of, and utterly irreducible to, the qualities ofconstituent individuals; it may act to oppress. The urbanization and rationalization inherent in some, particularlyWestern capitalist, societies, has been associated with feelings of isolation and social "anomie". More broadly, a societyis an economic, social or industrial infrastructure, made up of a varied collection of individuals. Members of a societymay be from different ethnic groups. A society may be a particular ethnic group, such as the Saxons; a nation state, suchas Bhutan; a broader cultural group, such as a Western society. The word society may also refer to an organizedvoluntary association of people for religious, benevolent, cultural, scientific, political, patriotic, or other purposes. A"society" may even, though more by means of metaphor refer to a social organism such as an ant colony.PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION"Public interest Litigation", in simple words, means, litigation filed in a court of law, for the protection of "PublicInterest", such as pollution, Terrorism, Road safety, constructional hazards etc.PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION is not defined in any statute or in any act. It has been interpreted by judges to consider theintent of public at large. Although, the main and only focus of such litigation is only "Public Interest" there are variousareas where a PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION can be filed.

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Term
Spring
Professor
David
Tags
Energy, Wind, Greenhouse gas, Energy development, World energy resources and consumption

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