Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012

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Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012
Government of the State of Victoria, Australia

Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 is the act of the Parliament of Victoria in Australia to replace Associations Incorporation Act 1981 (Victoria), regulating incorporated associations.

It was assented to on xx and came into operation on 26 November 2012 after being printed in the Government Gazette on xx (page xx).

TABLE OF PROVISIONS

PART 1—PRELIMINARY[edit]

1. Purposes

2. Commencement

3. Definitions

4. Securing pecuniary profit for members

PART 2—FORMATION OF INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION[edit]

PART 3—NAME AND REGISTERED ADDRESS[edit]

PART 4—LEGAL CAPACITY AND POWERS OF INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION[edit]

PART 5—RULES, MEMBERSHIP AND GENERAL MEETINGS[edit]

PART 6—MANAGEMENT[edit]

PART 7—FINANCIAL REPORTING[edit]

PART 8—TRANSFER OF INCORPORATION[edit]

PART 9—STATUTORY MANAGEMENT OF INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION[edit]

PART 10—WINDING UP AND CANCELLATION[edit]

PART 11—CORPORATIONS LEGISLATION[edit]

PART 12—POWERS OF ENTRY AND INSPECTION[edit]

PART 13—ADMINISTRATION[edit]

PART 14—OFFENCES AND PROCEEDINGS[edit]

PART 15—GENERAL[edit]

PART 16—TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS, CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS AND REPEALS[edit]

Schedules[edit]

Endnotes[edit]

None.

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