In Tasmania, the rules around holding incorporated association meetings are not regulated by the Associations Incorporation Act 1964 (external link). Each association's constitution / rules cover when and how to hold meetings.
Types of association meetings
|Annual general meeting (AGM)||A meeting of all members of an incorporated association which must be held during each calendar year.|
|Special general meeting||Special general meetings are called for a specific purpose.|
|Committee meeting||Committee meetings are called for a group of members who are chosen to make decisions on specific matters on behalf of the association.|
We recommend forms (for example Annual Return) are completed online.
If you can't complete forms online, you can use PDF forms. Email all completed forms and credit card payment to email@example.com
You also have the option to post completed forms to:
- Registration Services
Consumer, Building and Occupational Services
PO Box 56
Rosny Park TAS 7018
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