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Changes to the laws affecting NSW incorporated associations
The changes affect the duties on (and liability of) committee members, and the model constitution, amongst other things.
Australia
22 Mar 2016
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Termination payments for non-executive directors
A recent court case suggests that termination payments to non-executive directors may not require shareholder approval.
Australia
12 Nov 2013
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AICD Good Governance Principles and Guidance for Not-for-Profit Organisations
There is no "one size fits all" good practice solution for effective governance of NFPs, but AICD principles are useful.
Australia
2 Aug 2013
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Up to their standards: Governance Standards for ACNC Registered Charities made
Once a charity is registered, compliance with the five Governance Standards will be enforced by the ACNC Commissioner.
Australia
16 Mar 2013
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The Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission Act 2012: A guide for charities
This straightforward guide to the ACNC Act sets out what charities need to think about to get ready for the new regime.
Australia
27 Nov 2012
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2012 AGM proxy problem fixed (almost)
The Government is trying to fast-track an amendment before many companies are too far advanced in planning their AGMs.
Australia
30 May 2012
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An officer and a defendant - personal liability of managers
Recent court cases show how personal corporate responsibility is increasingly filtering down to the managerial level.
Australia
31 Mar 2012
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What's in a (business) name?
New rules for business names will be good news for medium-to-large businesses, but there are a few downsides as well.
Australia
28 Oct 2011
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Voting on the remuneration report: Government changes rules
Until amended again, the Corporations Act states that chairmen both could and couldn't vote undirected proxies.
Australia
2 Oct 2011
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Danger: undirected proxy!
ASIC has confirmed that there is a significant problem in the new Two Strikes rule.
Australia
11 Aug 2011
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Restricting access to share registers
New controls on access to share registers received the green light from Parliament last Thursday.
Australia
22 Nov 2010
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Recording a Meeting?
Do you have a right to protect yourself by recording meetings you attend? Not according to the South Australian Supreme Court. It has just held that the Chairman of a meeting and the meeting itself can prohibit the use of recording devices at the meeting.
Australia
20 Sep 2010
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Acquiring Distressed Companies
An administrator of a deed of company arrangement has been allowed to sell the company over a shareholder's objections.
Australia
 
23 Aug 2010
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