A smallholdings authority1 may, for the benefit of the occupiers2 of smallholdings provided by them, further the formation of smallholdings societies and assist their carrying on and the extension of their activities3. Smallholdings societies4 are bodies of persons, whether corporate or unincorporate, having for their object or one of their objects the promotion of efficiency in the conduct of smallholdings through co-operative methods, and in particular through the co-operative purchase and hiring of requisites or the co-operative sale, marketing or preparation for marketing of produce5.
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