[Linux-aus] Re: [LACTTE] Constitution Version 6 - Last one!

Leon Brooks leon at cyberknights.com.au
Wed Jan 7 21:38:02 UTC 2004

On Wed, 7 Jan 2004 02:12, Bret Busby wrote:
> That is, unless the elections are conducted via email, or
> otherwise electronically, allowing absentee votes for people who do
> not attend the conferences.

Read the constitutional changes. That's exactly what the SGM immediately 
before the AGM will achieve, in fact it's one of the main reasons for 
the changes: "a geek organisation which cannot be run on email? How 

>> 	- Change 23; is unneccessary, Common/Company seals are no longer
>> 	  required for companies or associations in NSW (they are
>> 	  optional).

> Does this by context mean that Linux Australia is NSW, and not
> federal? Is that correct; that Linux Australia is not a federal body,
> but is a body only of NSW, and therefore only subject to law in NSW?

Companies have to be registered somewhere, which in this case means a 
State or Territory. If not NSW, is there a compelling reason to 
register anywhere else in particular?

Cheers; Leon

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