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  1. Registrar recommits to reform Victorian native title corporation

    model in its rule book. The corporation is required to hold a general meeting of members every month

    Media Release | Created: 14 September 2017

  2. General report

    sure that members and others can look at important documents such as the corporation’s rule book ... book allows non-Indigenous directors, is this director: Indigenous Non-Indigenous If your rule book ... Is this director also an employee of the corporation? Yes No If your rule book allows non-Indigenous directors,

    Available at: General report

    Created: 18 September 2017

  3. Julalikari back on track

    Alice Springs. The recruitment of a new CEO is almost complete and a new rule book was registered

    Media Release | Created: 8 September 2017

  4. Agencies combine to support native title holders in the Torres Strait

    identified a number of important joint projects to work on such as reviewing rule books, delivering training,

    Media Release | Created: 29 August 2017

  5. 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

  6. 17_0068_Oracle_resolutions_v1-0web.pdf

    and that their vote can be counted. Voting in other ways Some corporation rule books allow members or directors ... in many locations that are far apart. Remember if this isn’t in the rule book, voting must be by a show ... have a backup in its rule book, such as majority vote. There are varying forms of how consensus

    Available at: Making decisions

    Created: 27 September 2017

  7. 17_0034_ORIC-strategic-plan-2017-20_2017_v1-0-low-res.pdf

    Strait Islander tradition and circumstances into consideration • ensuring that public information about ... corporations is available on our public register • identifying corporate wrongdoing and non-compliance, ... corporations design their own rules to support good governance • register Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

    Available at: ORIC strategic plan 2017–20

    Created: 20 October 2017

  8. 17_0034_ORIC strategic plan 2017-20 2017_v1-0 low res.pdf

    Strait Islander tradition and circumstances into consideration • ensuring that public information about ... corporations is available on our public register • identifying corporate wrongdoing and non-compliance, ... corporations design their own rules to support good governance • register Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

    Available at: ORIC strategic plan 2017–20

    Created: 20 October 2017

  9. 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

  10. Making decisions

    to pass it (unless your rule book replaces this rule with a different amount). Some decisions need ... with another corporation change a corporation’s name amend a corporation’s rule book cancel a member’s ... can change their rule book to require a higher number or proportion of votes.   Type of matter Who

    Created: 26 September 2017

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