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  1. Property industry licence fees

    This service is for:  Property industry Property industry licence fees Information regarding licence fees and links to the relevant forms for land valuers, real estate agents, sales representatives and property managers, settlement agents, and retirement ...

  2. Becoming an unincorporated association

    Where an incorporated association has decided to wind up, there may be some members who wish to carry on some or all of the old association’s activities. Despite the many benefits of being an incorporated entity, it is still possible to undertake a wide r ...

  3. AssociationsOnline

    AssociationsOnline is a secure online portal provided by Consumer Protection for incorporated associations, industry stakeholders and members of the public to check the status of an incorporated association, purchase copies of documents, submit a range of ...

  4. Sources and referencing

    This guide is written primarily for people without a legal background.  Although a number of legal and non-legal sources have been used to write this guide, references have been kept to a minimum to ensure the content is easy to read. ...

  5. A note on copyright

    Throughout this guide, various websites have been referred to for additional information, forms and policies.  In most cases this information will be protected by copyright and may not be reproduced without permission of the copyright owner. The website w ...

  6. A final word

    This guide deals with a large number of areas, involving in some cases quite complex laws and regulations.  The guide therefore simplifies a number of matters.  As a result, topics are explained in a general manner and do not include full details on all a ...

  7. Introduction to incorporated associations

    What does incorporation really mean and what are its consequences? Can your association run a business and what does 'not-for-profit' mean in terms of the law? Before looking at the details of the day-to-day running of an association, it may be ...

  8. Effect of incorporation

    Once an association becomes incorporated it acquires a new legal status – it becomes a legal entity in its own right, separate from the individual members.  It usually has the following characteristics: the association becomes a body corporate with perpet ...

  9. Powers of an incorporated association

    The effect of incorporation is to give an association a similar legal status to that of a natural person. The Act specifically provides that an incorporated association may do all things that are necessary or convenient for carrying out its objects and pu ...

  10. Not-for-profit

    To become an incorporated association the organisation must be not-for-profit. 'Not-for-profit' refers to the membership, purpose and activity of the association. This does not mean that an association cannot make a profit from its operations. U ...

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