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  1. Registered corporations pass 3000

    Islander corporations through the public register at oric.gov.au. Media contact Lisa Hugg (02) 6146 4738

    Media Release | Created: 27 March 2018

  2. Healthy corporation checklist

    that are relevant to you—for example, Financial management and administration, and then corporation’s rule book ... not ticked The checklist Compliance with legislation and the corporation’s rule book Membership matters ... are not Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander? Note: check your rule book—only some corporations allow members

    Created: 6 June 2013

  3. 17_0079_Dispute-resolution_web-A4.pdf

    rule book on the ORIC website? Use ‘Search for a corporaƟ on’ (this searches the public register), put ... you prepare your case. 1. What exactly is the dispute about? 2. What does your rule book say about ... disputes? All members have access to the rule book and the minutes of meeƟ ngs of members. (Usually the rule

    Available at: Dispute resolution

    Created: 17 September 2017

  4. PS-04 Registration under the CATSI Act_v7-0.pdf

    be eligible for taxation concessions. 2.3 The powers of a corporation are determined partly by its rule book ... and amend the rule book. Policy: PS-04: Registration under the CATSI Act Last updated: 26 March 2018 4 2.4 ... them with mainstream corporations under Corporations Act 2001. The individual rule book

    Available at: PS-04 Registration under the CATSI Act

    Created: 2 March 2018

  5. Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands

    they needed, and taking great care and consideration over the details of their registration and rule book

    Spotlight on | Created: 27 February 2018

  6. Changing rules

    All corporations must have a rule book that sets out the corporation's name, its aims, ... can become a member. The rule book must comply with the CATSI Act. Having a rule book is a requirement ... them as long as they meet the CATSI Act requirements. A rule book is an important document which must

    Created: 6 June 2013

  7. Members

    A corporation's rule book determines who is eligible for membership. The CATSI Act says that a person must ... to their rule book. For example, in some corporations the rule book says members must: be at least 18 years old ... and it is a public document available through the public register on this website. The corporation may submit

    Created: 23 January 2018

  8. Victorian native title corporation handed back to members

    the corporation’s rule book. The revised rules improve the power of directors to manage the affairs

    Media Release | Created: 16 January 2018

  9. Monitoring

    corporate governance guidance on what constitutes a breach of the CATSI Act or a corporation’s rule book ... to corporation members and directors on rights and responsibilities under a corporation’s rule book ... giving an opinion about how the CATSI Act and the corporation’s rule book applies to the matter

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  10. Cairns

    Corporation. The chairperson had proposed some changes to the rule book and, having confirmed their consistency ... for the changes. The members passed the resolutions and the revised rule book was registered and the corporation

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

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