Law 5,764, of 1971, defines the National Cooperative Policy which determines, among others, that the creation of a cooperative society be guided by a cooperative statute.

Chapter IV of the aforementioned law conditions the existence of the cooperative to the preparation of this document. In other words, the social statute is a kind of “birth certificate” of a cooperative. In short, the statute is a set of rules that indicate how society should act.

Coopercam, of course, has its Statute that, from time to time, receives some changes to adapt to the new models of the agribusiness market.

To learn about Coopercam’s Bylaws,

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