RULES OF ASSOCIATION
Name of Association
1 The name of the Association is NETWORK SOUTH WEST INC.
2 (1) In these rules, unless the contrary intention appears-
“Committee meeting” means a meeting referred to in rule 15(1);
“Committee member” means person referred to in paragraph (a), (b), (c) or (d) of rule
“Financial year” means a period not exceeding 15 months fixed by the Committee,
being a period commencing on the date of incorporation of the Association and
ending on 30 June; and thereafter each period commencing 1 July and ending on 30
June in the following year;
“General meeting” means a meeting convened under rule 16;
“Member” means any member of the Association;
“Ordinary resolution” means resolution other than a special resolution;
“Special resolution” has the meaning given by section 51 of the Act;
“the Act” means the Associations Incorporation Act 2015;
“the Association” means the Association referred to in rule 1;
“the Chairperson” means in relation to the proceedings at a Committee meeting or
General meeting, the person presiding at the Committee meeting or General meeting
in accordance with rule 11;
“the Committee” means the Committee of Management of the Association referred to
in rule 10 (1);
“the Convenor” means the Convenor referred to in paragraph (a) of rule 10 (1);
“the Secretary” means the Secretary referred to in paragraph (b) of rule 10 (1);
“the South West” means the South West region of Western Australia;
“the Treasurer” means the Treasurer referred to in paragraph (c) of rule 10 (1);
(2) Unless expressly stated otherwise, it is sufficient for the purposes of these rules that
any notification required by these rules be given orally.
Objects of Association
3 (1) The objects of the Association are-
(a) to encourage and foster in the South West;
(i) existing and new business;
(ii) high ethical standards in business;
(iii) the promotion and advancement of the business of Members.
(b) to promote the interests of the South West community as a whole.
(c) to promote the education of Members and the South West community as a
whole in business and community matters;
(d) to network in Business and Community in the South West.
(2) The property and income of the Association shall be applied solely towards the
promotion of the objects of the Association and no part of that property or income may
be paid or otherwise distributed, directly or indirectly, to Members, except in good faith in
the promotion of those objects and any payment to a committee member from the
Association’s funds must be authorised by special resolution of the Association.
Powers of Association
4 The powers conferred on the Association by section 13 of the Act, are subject to the
following additions, exclusions or modifications –
the Association may –
(a) acquire, hold, deal with, and dispose of any real or personal property;
(b) open and operate bank accounts;
(c) invest its money –
(i) in any security in which trust monies may lawfully be invested; or
(ii) in any other manner authorised by the rules of the Association;
(d) borrow money upon such terms and conditions as the Association
(e) give such security for the discharge of liabilities incurred by the
Association as it thinks fit;
(f) appoint agents to transact any business of the Association on its
(g) enter into any other contract it considers necessary or desirable.
Qualifications for membership of Association
5 (1 ) (a) Subject to approval of the Committee in its discretion under sub-rule (4),
membership of the Association is open to adult persons of good character and good
business or professional reputation who carry on business or practice a profession in the
South-West region of Western Australia.
(b) For the purposes of sub-rule (1)(a) persons who carry on business or practice
a profession includes and is limited to the proprietor or manager of a business or trustee
of a trust or director of a company or partner in a partnership carrying on business or
practicising a profession or a nominated representative of such a person accepted by
(2) Each Member must notify the Committee of their core business and subsidiary
businesses by reference to the profession, trade, occupation or type of goods or
services associated with each area of business.
(3) A person who wishes to become a Member must-
(a) attend a meeting as a guest of a current Member;
(b) attend a further two or more meetings; and
(c) apply for membership to the Committee in writing-
(i) signed by that person and the Member referred to in paragraph (a);
(ii) in such form as the Committee from time to time directs.
(4) The Committee members must consider each application made under rule 5(3) at a
Committee meeting and must at the Committee meeting or a subsequent Committee
meeting accept or reject that application in the absolute discretion of the Committee
subject only to sub-rules (5) and (7). The decision of the Committee is final and not
subject to appeal.
(5) The Committee must not exercise their discretion to admit into membership an
applicant who is involved in a business that is the same as or overlaps with a business
included in the register of Members as:
(a) the core business of an existing Member unless the Committee obtains the
prior consent of the existing Member; or
(b) a subsidiary business of an existing Member unless the Committee notifies
the relevant existing Member of their decision.
(6) In the event of a dispute as to whether an applicant is involved in a business that is
the same as or overlaps with a business included in the register of Members the
decision of the Committee is final and not subject to appeal.
(7) The number of Members of the Association must not exceed 40.
(8) (a) A Member must attend at least 60% of the regular meetings of the
Association in each Financial Year of the Association.
(b) Non-attendance by a Member of:
(i) 41% or more of the Association’s regular meetings in a Financial Year;
(ii) 3 consecutive meetings without sending apologies or a representative,
shall be deemed conduct detrimental to the interests of the Association, which
shall entitle the Committee to invoke rule 9 unless good cause for such non-
attendance can be shown by the Member.
Register of Members of Association
6 (1) The Secretary must, on behalf of the Association, keep and maintain the register
of Members in accordance with section 53 of the Act and that register must be so kept
and maintained at his or her place of residence.
(2) The register of Members must include the core business and any subsidiary
businesses of each Member as notified under rule 5(2); the address of each Member,
and where provided, the email address of each Member.
(2) The Secretary must cause the name of a person who dies or who ceases to be a
Member under rules 7(4), 8(1) or 9 to be deleted from the register of Members referred
to in sub-rule (1).
Subscriptions of members of Association
7 (1) The Members may from time to time at a General meeting determine the amount
of the subscription to be paid by each Member.
(2) Each Member must pay to the Treasurer bi-annually half the amount of the
subscription determined under sub-rule (1).
(3) Payments under sub-rule 2 must be made on or before 1 July and 1 January or such
other dates as the Committee from time to time determines.
(4) Subject to sub-rule (5), a member whose subscription is not paid within one month
after the relevant date fixed by or under sub-rule (3) ceases on the expiry of that period
to be a Member, unless the Committee decides otherwise.
(5) A person exercises all the rights and obligations of a Member for the purposes of
these rules if his or her subscription is paid on or before the relevant date fixed by or
under sub-rule (2) or within one month thereafter, or such other time as the Committee
(7) The membership year shall be the period of 12 months commencing on 1 July and
ending on 30 June of each year.
Resignation of membership of the Association
8 (1) A Member may resign by giving not less than 30 days’ notice in writing of his or her
resignation from the Association to the Secretary or another Committee member. The
Member ceases to be a Member on the date given in the notice.
(2) Upon receiving notice of resignation under sub-rule (1) the Secretary or other
Committee member who receives the notice must notify the Treasurer. The Treasurer
must then determine the subscription fees owed by or refundable to the person resigning
in accordance with sub-rule (3) or (4), as applicable.
(3) If the person has paid their subscription in respect of a period beyond the date of
resignation, the Association must refund them the proportion of their paid subscription
that relates to the period beyond the date of resignation. For the purposes of this
clause, the effective date of resignation is the date following the required period of notice
under sub-rule (1), or such later date as specified in such notice.
(4) A person who ceases to be a Member under sub-rule (1) remains liable to pay to the
Association the amount of any subscription due and payable by that person to the
Association but unpaid at the date of that cessation, and be the amount pro-rata to the
effective date of resignation.
Suspension or expulsion of members of Association
9 (1) If the Committee considers that a Member should be suspended or expelled from
membership of the Association because his or her conduct is detrimental to the interests
of the Association, the Committee must communicate, either orally or in writing, to the
(a) notice of the proposed suspension or expulsion and of the time, date
and place of the Committee meeting at which the question of that
suspension or expulsion will be decided; and
(b) particulars of that conduct,
not less than 30 days before the date of the Committee meeting referred to in paragraph
(2) At the Committee meeting referred to in a notice communicated under sub-rule (1),
the Committee may, having afforded the Member concerned a reasonable opportunity to
be heard by, or to make representations in writing to, the Committee, suspend or expel
or decline to suspend or expel that Member from membership of the Association and
must, forthwith after deciding whether or not to suspend or expel that Member,
communicate that decision in writing to that Member.
(3) Subject to sub-rule (5), a Member has his or her membership suspended or ceases
to be a Member 14 days after the day on which the decision to suspend or expel a
Member is communicated to him or her under sub-rule (2).
(4) A Member who is suspended or expelled under sub-rule (2) must, if he or she wishes
to appeal against that suspension or expulsion, give notice to the Secretary of his or her
intention to do so within the period of 14 days referred to in sub-rule (3).
(5) When notice is given under sub-rule (4)-
(a) the Association in a General meeting, must either confirm or set aside
the decision of the Committee to suspend or expel the Member, after
having afforded the Member who gave that notice a reasonable
opportunity to be heard by, or to make representations in writing to, the
Association in the General meeting; and
(b) the Member who gave that notice is not suspended or does not cease
to be a Member unless and until the decision of the Committee to
suspend or expel him or her is confirmed under this sub-rule.
Committee of Management
10 (1) Subject to sub-rule (9), the affairs of the Association will be managed exclusively
by a Committee of Management consisting of-
(a) a Convenor;
(b) a Secretary;
(c) a Treasurer; and
(e) not less than one other person,
all of whom must be Members of the Association.
(2) Committee members must be elected to membership of the Committee at an annual
General meeting or appointed under sub-rule (8).
(3) Subject to sub-rule (8), a Committee member’s term will be from his or her election at
an annual General meeting until the election referred to in sub-rule (2) at the next annual
General meeting after his or her election, but he or she is eligible for re-election to
membership of the Committee.
(4) Except for nominees under sub-rule (7), a person is not eligible for election to
membership of the Committee unless a member has nominated him or her for election
by delivering notice in writing of that nomination, signed by-
(a) the nominator; and
(b) the nominee to signify his or her willingness to stand for election,
to the Secretary not less than 21 days before the day on which the annual General
meeting concerned is to be held.
(5) A person who is eligible for election or re-election under this rule may –
(a) propose or second himself or herself for election or re-election; and
(b) vote for himself or herself.
(6) If the number of persons nominated in accordance with sub-rule (4) for election to
membership of the Committee does not exceed the number of vacancies in that
membership to be filled-
(a) the Secretary must report accordingly to; and
(b) the Chairperson must declare those persons to be duly elected as
members of the Committee at,
the annual General meeting concerned.
(7) If vacancies remain on the Committee after the declaration under sub-rule (6),
additional nominations of Committee members may be accepted from the floor of the
annual General meeting. If such nominations from the floor do not exceed the number
of vacancies the Chairperson must declare those persons to be duly elected as
members of Committee. Where the number of nominations from the floor exceeds the
remaining number of vacancies on the Committee, elections for those positions must be
(8) If a vacancy remains on the Committee after the application of sub-rule (7), or when
a casual vacancy within the meaning of rule 14 occurs in the membership of the
(a) the Committee may appoint a Member to fill that vacancy; and
(b) a Member appointed under this sub-rule will –
(i) hold office until the election referred to in sub-rule (2); and
(ii) be eligible for election to membership of the Committee,
at the next following annual General meeting.
(9) The Committee may delegate, in writing, to one to more sub-committees (consisting
of such Member or Members of the Association as the Committee thinks fit) the exercise
of such functions of the Committee as are specified in the delegation other than-
- the power of delegation; and
(b) a function which is a duty imposed on the Committee by the Act or any other
(10) Any delegation under sub-rule (9) may be subject to such conditions and limitations
as to the exercise of that function or as to time and circumstances as are specified in the
written delegation and the Committee may continue to exercise any function delegated.
(11) The Committee may, in writing, revoke wholly or in part any delegation under sub-
11 (1) Subject to sub-rule (4), each General meeting (not being the annual General
meeting) must be presided over by a Chairperson, being a Member nominated at a
previous General meeting. In the absence of a Chairperson at a General meeting, the
Convenor shall nominate a Member to be Chairperson of that General meeting at or
prior to the commencement of that General meeting.
(2) Each Committee meeting must be presided over by a Chairperson, being a
Committee member being present in the following order of priority; firstly the Convenor,
secondly the Secretary, thirdly the Treasurer.
(3) Annual General meetings must be presided over by a Chairperson, being a Member
present at the meeting, in the following order of priority; firstly the Convenor, secondly
the Secretary, thirdly the Treasurer, and failing that then in accordance with sub-rule (4).
(4) In the event of any dispute as to who should be the Chairperson at a General
meeting the matter must be elected by a simple majority of the Members present, as
12 The Secretary must-
(a) co-ordinate the correspondence of the Association;
(b) keep full and correct minutes of the proceedings of the Committee and
of the Association;
(c) comply on behalf of the Association with-
(i) section 53 of the Act with respect to the register of Members of the
Association, as referred to in rule 6;
(ii) section 35 of the Act in respect of the rules of the Association; and
(iii) section 58 of the Act in respect of the record of the officeholders, and
any trustees, of the Association.
(d) unless the Members resolve otherwise at a General meeting, have
custody of all books, documents, records and registers of the
Association, including those referred to in paragraph (c), other than
those required by rule 13 to be kept and maintained by, or in the
custody of, the Treasurer; and
(e) perform such other duties as are imposed by these rules on the
13 The Treasurer must-
(a) be responsible for the receipt of all moneys paid to or received by, or by him
or her on behalf of, the Association and must issue receipts for those
moneys in the name of the Association;
(b) pay all moneys referred to in paragraph (a) into such account or accounts of
the Association as the Committee may from time to time direct;
(c) make payments from the funds of the Association with the authority of a
General meeting or of the Committee and in so doing ensure that all
cheques are signed by any two members of the Committee, or by any two
Members as are authorised by the Committee;
(d) comply on behalf of the Association with sections Part 5 of the Act with
respect to the accounting records of the Association;
(e) whenever directed to do so by the Convenor, submit to the Committee or to
the Association in General meeting, a report, balance sheet or financial
statement in accordance with that direction;
(f) have custody of all securities, books and documents of a financial nature and
accounting records of the Association, including those referred to in
paragraphs (d) and (e); and
(g) perform such other duties as are imposed by these rules on the
Casual vacancies in membership of Committee
14 A casual vacancy occurs in the office of a Committee member and that office
becomes vacant if the Committee member-
(b) resigns by notice in writing delivered to the Convenor or, if the
Committee member is the Convenor, to the Secretary;
(c) is convicted of an offence under the Act;
(d) is permanently incapacitated by mental or physical ill-health;
(e) is absent from more than-
(i) 3 consecutive Committee meetings; or
(ii) 3 Committee meetings in the same financial year,
without tendering an apology to the Committee meeting; of which meetings
the Member received notice, and the Committee has resolved to declare the
office vacant; or
(f) ceases to be a Member.
Proceedings of Committee
15 (1) The Committee must meet together for the dispatch of business not less than
once in any two month period and the Convenor, or at least half the members of the
Committee, may at any time convene a meeting of the Committee.
(2) Each Committee member has a deliberative vote.
(3) A question arising at a Committee meeting must be decided by a majority of votes,
but, if there is no majority, the person presiding at the Committee meeting will have a
casting vote in addition to his or her deliberative vote.
(4) At a Committee meeting two Committee members constitute a quorum.
(5) Subject to these rules, the procedure and order of business to be followed at a
Committee meeting must be determined by the Committee members present at the
(6) A Committee member having any direct or indirect pecuniary interest referred to in sections 42 or 43 of the Act must comply with that section.
16 (1) The Committee-
(a) may at any time convene a special General meeting;
(b) must convene annual General meetings within the time limits provided
for the holding of such meetings by section 50 of the Act; and
(c) must, within 30 days of-
(i) receiving a request in writing to do so from not less than 20 percent of
the Members, convene a special General meeting for the purpose
specified in that request; or
(ii) the Secretary receiving a notice under rule 9 (4), convene a General
meeting to deal with the appeal to which that notice relates.
(2) The Members making a request referred to in sub-rule (1) (c) (i) must-
(a) state in that request the purpose for which the special General meeting
concerned is required; and
(b) sign that request.
(3) If a special General meeting is not convened within the relevant period of 30
days referred to-
(a) in sub-rule (1) (c) (i), the Members who made the request concerned
may themselves convene a special General meeting as if they were the
(b) in sub-rule (1) (c) (ii), the Member who gave the notice concerned may
him or herself convene a special General meeting as if he or she were
(4) When a special General meeting is convened under sub-rule (3) (a) or (b) the
Association must pay the reasonable expenses of convening and holding the special
(5) Subject to sub-rule (7), the Secretary must give to all Members not less than 14 days
notice of a special General meeting and that notice must specify-
(a) when and where the General meeting concerned is to be held; and
(b) particulars of the business to be transacted at the General meeting
concerned and of the order in which that business is to be transacted.
(6) Subject to sub-rule (7), the Secretary must give to all Members not less than 21 days
notice of an annual General meeting and that notice must specify-
(a) when and where the annual General meeting is to be held;
(b) the particulars and order in which business is to be transacted, as
(i) first, the consideration of the accounts and reports of the Committee;
(ii) second, the election of Committee members to replace outgoing
Committee members; and
(iii) third, any other business requiring consideration by the Association at the
(7) A special resolution may be moved either at a special General meeting or at an
annual General meeting, however the Secretary must give to all Members not less than
21 days notice of the meeting at which a special resolution is to be proposed. In addition
to those matters specified in sub-rule (5) or (6), as relevant, the notice must also include
the resolution to be proposed and the intention to propose the resolution as a special
(8) The Secretary must give a notice under sub-rule (5), (6) or (7) by-
(a) serving it on a Member personally; or
(b) sending it by post to a Member at the address of the Member
appearing in the register of Members kept and maintained under rule 6; or
(c) sending it by electronic mail to the Member to the email address appearing in
the registrar of Members kept and maintained under rule 6.
(9) When a notice is sent by post under sub-rule (8)(b), sending of the notice will be
deemed to be properly effected if the notice is sufficiently addressed and posted to the
member concerned by ordinary prepaid mail.
Quorum and proceedings at general meetings
17 (1) At a General meeting fifty percent of the Members as at the date of the General
meeting, rounding up, present in person constitute a quorum.
(2) If within 30 minutes after the time specified for the holding of a General meeting in a
notice given under rule 16 (5) or (6)-
(a) as a result of a request or notice referred to in rule 16 (1) (c) or as a
result of action taken under rule 16 (3) a quorum is not present, the
General meeting lapses; or
(b) otherwise than as a result of a request, notice or action referred to in
paragraph (a), the General meeting stands adjourned to the same time
on the same day in the following week and to the same venue.
(3) if within 30 minutes of the time appointed by sub-rule (2) (b) for the resumption of an
adjourned General meeting a quorum is not present, the Members who are present in
person or by proxy may nevertheless proceed with the business of that General meeting
as if a quorum were present.
(4) The Chairperson may, with the consent of a General meeting at which a quorum is
present, and must, if so directed by such a General meeting, adjourn that General
meeting from time to time and from place to place.
(5) There must not be transacted at an adjourned General meeting any business other
than business left unfinished or on the agenda at the time when the General meeting
(6) When a General meeting is adjourned for a period of 30 days or more, the Secretary
must give notice under rule 16 of the adjourned General meeting as if that General
meeting were a fresh General meeting.
(7) At a General meeting-
(a) an ordinary resolution put to the vote will be decided by a majority of
votes cast on a show of hands, subject to sub-rule (9); and
(b) a special resolution put to the vote will be decided in accordance
with section 51 of the Act.
(8) A declaration by the Chairperson of a General meeting that a resolution has been
passed as an ordinary resolution at the meeting will be evidence of that fact unless,
during the General meeting at which the resolution is submitted, a poll is demanded in
accordance with sub-rule (9).
(9) At a General meeting, a poll may be demanded by the Chairperson or by three or
more members present in person or by proxy and, if so demanded, must be taken in
such manner as the Chairperson directs.
(10) If a poll is demanded and taken under sub-rule (9) in respect of an ordinary
resolution, a declaration by the Chairperson of the result of the poll is evidence of the
matter so declared.
(11) A poll demanded under sub-rule (9) must be taken immediately on that demand
Minutes of meetings of Association
18 (1) The Secretary must cause proper minutes of all proceedings of all General
meetings and Committee meetings to be taken and then to be entered within 30 days
after the holding of each General meeting or Committee meeting, as the case requires,
in a minute book kept for that purpose.
(2) The Chairperson must ensure that the minutes taken of a General meeting or
Committee meeting under sub-rule (1) are checked and signed as correct by the
Chairperson of the General meeting or Committee meeting to which those minutes relate
or by the Chairperson of the next succeeding General meeting or Committee meeting,
as the case requires.
(3) When minutes have been entered and signed as correct under this rule, they are,
until the contrary is proved, evidence that-
(a) the General meeting or Committee meeting to which they relate (in this
sub-rule called “the meeting”) was duly convened and held;
(b) all proceedings recorded as having taken place at the meeting did in
fact take place at the meeting; and
(c) all appointments or elections purporting to have been made at the
meeting have been validly made.
Voting rights of Members of Association
19 Subject to these rules, each Member present in person or by proxy at a General
meeting is entitled to a deliberative vote.
Proxies of Members of Association
20 A Member (in this rule called “the appointing member”) may appoint in writing
another Member to be the proxy of the appointing member and to attend, and vote on
behalf of the appointing member at, any General meeting.
Rules of Association
21 (1) The Association may alter or rescind these rules, or make rules additional to these
rules, in accordance with the procedure set out in sections 30, 31 and 33 of the Act and by
resolution at a special General meeting.
(2) These rules bind every Member and the Association to the same extent as if every
Member and the Association had signed and sealed these rules and agreed to be bound
by all their provisions.
Common seal of Association
22 (1) The Association must have a common seal on which its corporate name appears
in legible characters.
(2) The common seal of the Association must not be used without the express authority
of the Committee and every use of that common seal must be recorded in the minute
book referred to in rule 18.
(3) The affixing of the common seal of the Association must be witnessed by any two of
the Convenor, the Secretary and the Treasurer.
(4) The common seal of the Association must be kept in the custody of the Secretary or
of such other person as the Committee from time to time decides.
Inspection of records, etc. of Association
23 A Member may at any reasonable time inspect without charge the books,
documents, records and securities of the Association.
Disputes and mediation
24 (1) The grievance procedure set out in this rule applies to disputes under these rules
(a) a Member and another Member; or
(b) a Member and the Association; or
(c) if the Association provides services to non-members, those non-members
who receive services from the Association, and the Association.
(2) The parties to the dispute must meet and discuss the matter in dispute, and, if
possible, resolve the dispute within 14 days after the dispute comes to the attention of all
of the parties.
(3) If the parties are unable to resolve the dispute at the meeting, or if a party fails to
attend that meeting, then the parties must, within 10 days, hold a meeting in the
presence of a mediator.
(4) The mediator must be-
(a) a person chosen by agreement between the parties; or
(b) in the absence of agreement-
(i) in the case of a dispute between a member and another member, a
person appointed by the Committee of the Association;
(ii) in the case of a dispute between a member or relevant non-member
(as defined by sub-rule (1) (c)) and the Association, a person who is a
mediator appointed to, or employed with, a not for profit organisation.
(5) A Member of the Association can be a mediator.
(6) The mediator cannot be a Member who is a party to the dispute.
(7) The parties to the dispute must, in good faith, attempt to settle the dispute by
(8) The mediator, in conducting the mediation, must-
(a) give the partes to the mediation process every opportunity to be heard;
(b) allow due consideration by all parties of any written statement submitted by
any party; and
(c) ensure that natural justice is accorded to the parties to the dispute throughout
the mediation process.
(9) The mediator must not determine the dispute.
(10) The mediation must be confidential and without prejudice.
(11) If the mediation process does not result in the dispute being resolved, the matter
must be referred to the Association in General meeting.
Distribution of surplus property on cancellation of incorporation or winding up
(1) In this rule:
“surplus property“, in relation to the Association, means property remaining
after satisfaction of:
(a) the debts and liabilities of the Association; and
(b) the costs, charges and expenses of winding up or cancelling the
incorporation of the Association,
but does not include books relating to the management of the Association.
(2) On the cancellation of the incorporation or the winding up of the Association, its
surplus property must be distributed as determined by special resolution by
reference to the persons mentioned in section 24(1) of the Act.
(1) The property and income of the Association must be applied solely towards the
promotion of the objects or purposes of the Association and no part of that
property or income may be paid or otherwise distributed, directly or indirectly, to
any Member, except in good faith in the promotion of those objects or purposes.
(2) A payment may be made to a member out of the funds of the Association only if it
is authorised under subrule (3).
(3) A payment to a Member out of the funds of the Association is authorised if it is:
(a) the payment in good faith to the member as reasonable remuneration for
any services provided to the Association, or for goods supplied to the
Association, in the ordinary course of that Member’s business; or
(b) the payment of interest, on money borrowed by the Association from the
Member, at a rate not greater than the cash rate published from time to
time by the Reserve Bank of Australia; or
(c) the payment of reasonable rent to the Member for premises leased by
the Member to the Association; or
(d) the reimbursement of reasonable expenses properly incurred by the
Member on behalf of the Association.
In addition to subrule (3), any payment from the Association’s funds to a Member
who is a Committee member, must be authorised by a resolution of the
Rules as amended on 21 June 2019