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  1. Ending an association's incorporation

    When a decision is made to cease its activities, the association needs to terminate any agreements, pay its debts and distribute the remaining surplus property. The Act enables an association’s affairs to be finalised depending on the particular circumsta ...

  2. Types of incorporated structures

    There may be circumstances where it may be advantageous for the association to move to another jurisdiction. For example, an association wanting to expand its activities into other States may prefer to become a company, regulated by Commonwealth authoriti ...

  3. Transferring to another jurisdiction

    The Commissioner for Consumer Protection has authority to approve an incorporated association’s transfer to a company, an Aboriginal Corporation or a Co-operative. To transfer to another corporate structure requires the association members to pass a speci ...

  4. Record keeping and Consumer Protection

    Annual information statements * An annual information statement is required to be lodged with Consumer Protection within six months after the end of the association’s financial year and confirms: the association’s address that the association has at least ...

  5. Fundraising for charitable purposes

    If an association or club is collecting donations of money or goods from the public in Western Australia for a charitable purpose it must have a licence under the Charitable Collections Act 1946 (the CCA). Your association will need a charitable collectio ...

  6. Tax concessions from state and local governments

    There are a number of tax concessions available to charities from state and local governments including: transfer duty (a tax on some financial and property transactions), payroll tax (a tax on wages that exceed a certain threshold paid by employers) and ...

  7. The model rules

    This page is for:  Licence holders Not for profit The model rules are a standard set of rules that have been developed for use by associations who do not wish to develop their own rules. These rules meet all the requirements of the Act and provide a suita ...

  8. Section 12: Keep up to date

    This page is for:  Builder Building surveyor Home buyer / owner Permit authority Subscribe to Building and Energy's industry bulletins and newsletters to stay informed of: general industry trends; legislative changes; updates about registration and l ...

  9. Section 11: Work affecting other land

    This page is for:  Building surveyor Builder Home buyer / owner Permit authority A person responsible for building or demolition work must ensure that the work does not affect land beyond the boundaries of the works land. However there may be the potentia ...

  10. Section 10 (continued): Processing applications

    This page is for:  Permit authority Home buyer / owner Builder Building surveyor Lodging the application Applications for building, demolition or occupancy permits or for building approval certificates can be submitted in a variety of ways, including in p ...

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