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From 30 November 2017, Mark von Dadelszen ceased to be a Partner of the firm and became a Consultant. Mark became a Partner on 1 April 1972, joining his father John, his brother Paul, and Ralph Bannister. As a Consultant Mark will continue to focus on his specialist areas of work with societies and charities, […]
The Reeves & Hartstone v Pauanui Sports and Recreational Club Inc decision…highlights a number of points about the operation of community organisations and what can be done when things go wrong.
The first interview with people wanting to form a society is usually interesting, as there are issues to be discussed they have never thought of.
It should come as no surprise that the State has an interest in the winding up of societies and charitable trusts, as noted in Hunt v Border Fancy Canary Club of NZ (Inc)…
Under section 23, Incorporated Societies Act 1908, every society must deliver annually to the Registrar a statement of the income and expenditure of the society during the society’s last financial year
What societies and charitable trusts should do when mistakes are alleged or identified was discussed in We Made a Mistake. This article looks at the reverse side of that discussion.