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  1. What happens if the application is not approved?

    incorporation is against the public interest. If the application is not approved the association can apply to ...

  2. Discrimination and harassment

    There are laws prohibiting discrimination in certain areas of public life.  This chapter provides ...

  3. Sources of disputes

    Equal Opportunity Act 1984. Where associations deal with the public by offering any form of service, ...

  4. Fundraising and grants

    public for a charitable purpose must have a licence in Western Australia.  Permission to fundraise in ...

  5. Australian Charities and Not for Profit Commission

    whether a charity is a public benevolent institution (PBI) or health promotion charity (HPC). The ACNC ...

  6. What is discrimination?

    discrimination if the only way to enter a public building is by a set of stairs as people with disabilities who ...

  7. Not-for-profit

    public so long as the profits from those transactions are used to promote the objects and purposes of the ... professional associations); commercially trade with the public; charge admission fees to events organised for ...

  8. Grounds of discrimination

    only constitute unlawful discrimination if it takes place within one of the following areas of public ... discrimination if it takes place within one of the areas of public life that are prescribed by the legislation. ...

  9. Resolving complaints and disputes

    well as complaints from the public is an important task of the management committee. Most concerns are ...

  10. Steps to becoming an incorporated association

    undesirable; likely to mislead the public; or likely to be confused with the name of an existing body corporate ... included at the end of this chapter. Consumer Protection’s publication What’s in the rules: explaining the ...

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