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EUAA Rules of Incorporation

Rules of Incorporation or a Constitution provide Associations and Clubs with a document outlining their objectives, structure and responsibilities. It is an essential document, ensuring the smooth administration of an Association or Club and is a legal necessity to protect the interests of members.

If an Incorporated Association does not have its own Constitution, the model rules will apply. Associations and Clubs have a duty of care to ensure the Rules of Incorporation comply with the Act and reflect current practice.

Members and prospective members should understand these rules are a contract between the incorporated association and its members…basically these are our “Terms & Conditions” of membership.

Read the rules here