Model governing documents

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Published
10th September 2020
Last updated
6th November 2020

When registering a new co‑op you need governing documents. These are different depending on the legal form your co-op takes. We have a range of model rules available which we can tailor specifically for your co‑op.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will only process registrations using Co‑operatives UK model governing documents if consent is provided.

Use our registration service to ensure that the correct model rules are being used; any changes made to model rules are in line with the Co‑operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014; and that the society's application meets the conditions for registration. 

Email [email protected] to find out more about our registration service.

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Consortium Co‑operative Society Model
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Consortia Co‑operative Company Limited by Shares Model
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Consortia Co‑operative Company Limited by Guarantee Model
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Multi‑stakeholder Co‑operative Society Model
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Multi‑stakeholder Co‑operative Company Limited by Guarantee
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Worker Co‑operative Society Model
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Worker Co‑operative Company Limited by Guarantee
Co-operatives UK logo
Worker Co‑operative Company Limited by Shares Model
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Community Benefit Society Model
Co-operatives UK logo
Charitable Community Benefit Society Model
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Co‑operative Community Interest Company Limited by Shares Model
Co-operatives UK logo
Co‑operative Community Interest Company Limited by Guarantee
Co-operatives UK logo
Fully Mutual Co‑operative Housing Co‑op Model
Co-operatives UK logo
Tenant Management Housing Model
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Shared Ownership Housing Model
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Housing Co‑operative General Meeting Governed Model
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Mutual Home Ownership Society Rules
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Unincorporated Co‑operative Model
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