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  1. Leaving the committee

    The committee is responsible for maintaining the documents and records of the association, but these remain the property of the association.  The Act requires any committee member who has possession of these documents when they cease to be a committee mem ...

  2. Paying committee members

    Out of pocket expenses The Act allows a member to be reimbursed for any out of pocket expenses relating to the affairs of the association. It is normal to request that the member provide evidence of the payment such as a receipt before being reimbursed. H ...

  3. Sample Form- Statutory Declaration

    Sample Statutory Declaration for a member to request a copy of the register of members of an association. STATUTORY DECLARATION Oaths, Affidavits and Statutory Declarations Act 2005 Request for a copy or extract of Association’s Register of Members (s54(3 ...

  4. Tiered financial reporting

    The financial reporting responsibilities of an incorporated association will depend on the tier that it falls into.  The purpose of this system is to minimise the reporting burden for small associations while ensuring that larger associations are accounta ...

  5. Amalgamating existing incorporated associations

    Merging the activities of two or more incorporated associations together to continue on as a single incorporated association is known as amalgamation. To begin the amalgamation process each of the merging associations must pass its own special resolutions ...

  6. Insolvent associations

    management committee is required to assist the administrator by delivering all books in their possession and ...

  7. Members' right to the financial accounts

    The Act requires the annual financial statements (tier 1) or reports (tiers 2 and 3) to be presented to the members at each AGM. Time must be allocated for the treasurer or other committee member to present a summary of the accounts and explain the major ...

  8. Custody and handover of records

    The Act requires an association’s rules to include details of who will have custody and responsibility for keeping the records.  These responsibilities are typically shared between the members of the management committee, for example the Treasurer may be ...

  9. Schedule 1- Matters to be provided for in the rules of an incorporated association

    of the common seal of the incorporated associations, if it has one. The custody of books and ...

  10. Conclusion

    The fatal accident frequency rate is declining over the reporting period, but there is an increasing trend in the area of serious injury. Cookers, recreational equipment and hot water systems were found to be most commonly involved in incidents resulting ...

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