Consumer co-ops : incorporating consumer cooperatives in Missouri
This publication explains the consumer cooperative statute situation as it existed in 1985 and the options available to the many groups wishing to form consumer cooperatives. It is not intended as a source of legal advice. Any group planning to incorporate a consumer cooperative should seek competent legal counsel.
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