Australian Sangha Association Constitution

The ASA is an incorporated association in NSW. Its constitution is a contract between the association and its members, who agree to adhere to the provisions outlined therein. The ASA constitution was last updated in 2020 in line with the current NSW model rules. 
The ASA Constitution covers and regulates matters such as our aims, objectives and powers, the membership types and how the application process works, the composition, functions and processes of the ASA committee, how committe meetings and general annual meetings are to be conducted, as well as the management of funds.

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