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Maryland Code, Corporations and Associations § 5-5A-09

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If a corporation chartered under the general corporation law of this State converts into a consumer cooperative and conducts itself according to the principles outlined in this subtitle, the board of directors of the corporation may by a majority vote adopt a name that includes the word “cooperative” or any variation or abbreviation thereof.

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