Information on how incorporated associations can develop, change or approve their rules; also explains the difference between model rules and own rules.
Information on operating your incorporated association, including member roles, financial reporting requirements, lodging the annual statement, holding an annual general meeting and developing rules.
Information on how to make changes to a co-operative including its name, address, rules, directors, allocation of shares and other details.
25 Nov 2012 - Victorian incorporated associations stand to benefit from the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 (the Act) and its associated regulations, which commenced today. The new Act replaced the Associations Incorporation Act 1981.
Explains how incorporated associations can advise Consumer Affairs Victoria of changes to their address, rules, secretary’s details and more.
A list of the Consumer Affairs Victoria forms incorporated associations need to complete to conduct their activities; includes information on fees and how to get copies of documents.
Defines what an incorporated association is and its legal status. Explains the meaning of ‘incorporated’ in a name.
Lists the 18 mandatory Matters that an incorporated association must address if it uses its own rules.
Explains the roles and obligations of incorporated association committee members, including requirements when a committee member or secretary leaves office.
Information for Victorian incorporated associations on how to prepare annual statements and appoint or change an auditor.