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* Un-incorporated Clubs and Societies

Many non-profit, non-government clubs and societies begin their life as unincorporated bodies. (ND=#0)


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11010* Rules (Constitution) of un-incorporated Club
Rules of an un-incorporated Club such as a sporting club, including Mission, Objects, Powers, Membership requirements, new members, the role of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Management Committee, General Meetings: AGM, Special General Meetings, voting, proxy, etc. This example includes Membership Application Form, Proxy Form and Notice for Change to Rules (Constitution). Any State. (N-0100)

73405* Rules (Constitution) of un-incorporated Community Group
Rules of an un-incorporated Community Group such as a kids' play group, including Mission, Objects, Powers, Membership requirements, new members, the role of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Management Committee, General Meetings: AGM, Special General Meetings, voting, proxy, etc. This example includes Membership Application Form, Proxy Form and Notice for Change to Rules (Constitution). Any State. (N-0102)

24646* Rules (Constitution) of un-incorporated Institute
Rules of an un-incorporated Institute such as a research institute, a policy institute, or a think tank, including Mission, Objects, Powers, Membership requirements, new members, the role of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Management Committee, General Meetings: AGM, Special General Meetings, voting, proxy, etc. This example includes Membership Application Form, Proxy Form, and Notice for Change to Rules (Constitution). Any State. (N-0103)

85536* Rules (Constitution) of un-incorporated Society
Rules of an un-incorporated Society such as an historical society, including Mission, Objects, Powers, Membership requirements, new members, the role of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Management Committee, General Meetings: AGM, Special General Meetings, voting, proxy, etc. This example includes Membership Application Form, Proxy Form, and Notice for Change to Rules (Constitution). Any State. (N-0101)

25359**Special Offer to associations, coops, coys limited by guar
docDownload is normally happy to make special offers to incorporated associations, unincorporated associations, cooperatives and companies limited by guarantee, operating in Australia. Each request is agreed on its merit.

60465ANY - Agreement to supply Principal/Casual Order Coy2Un-inco
Formal contract between a company (the Seller) and an un-incorporated association (the Buyer), agreeing the conditions of a principal order to supply a given number of units of product(s) at fixed price within a fixed period and setting the delivery and invoicing and settlement for the principal order. The main purpose of this agreement is to guarantee supply of a given quantity at an agreed price over a given period. It also contains rules for any casual sale agreed within this period and agrees on the price list for casual sales. Seller = ownership passes to the buyer after settlement (also known as the Romalpa clause). Company to un-incorporated association. Any State. (N-9906)

55984ANY - Agreement to supply Single Order over term Coy2Un-inco
Formal contract between a Company (the Seller) and an un-incorporated association (the Buyer), agreeing the conditions of a single order to supply a given number of units of product(s) at fixed price within a fixed period and setting the delivery process and invoicing and settlement for the order. The main purpose of this agreement is to guarantee supply of a given quantity at an agreed price over a given period. The sale is simple, the requirements are well known, the supply can be guaranteed, there are no other products or price lists to complicate the relationship. Seller = ownership passes to the buyer after settlement (also known as the Romalpa clause). Company to un-incorporated association. Any State. (N-9903)

19340ANY - Agreement to supply under conditions for termCoy2Uninc
A formal contract between a company (the Seller) and an un-incorporated association (the Buyer), agreeing the conditions of any sale agreed within a fixed period. The main purpose of this agreement is to fix the price list for the period. It also agrees on ordering process, invoicing, settlement, etc. Seller = ownership passes to the buyer after settlement (also known as the Romalpa clause). Company to un-incorporated association. Any State. (N-9907)

37479Advance against next pay
The advance on next pay shows application, maximum available, approval and refund from next pay. (N-0016)

32166Agenda for internal meeting
A simple agenda format for an internal planning meeting, including a list of outstanding tasks to accompany the agenda. (C-0039)

85401Association (Un-Incorporated) Profile
Similar to the Business Profile, for a small association it is often viable to bring all the key information about the Association together in a profile that key people within the company who "need to know" can have immediate access to, to make details easier to come by. This is the start of that profile. Australian association record. (N-0022)

81429Captain's report on Umpire
Free document. The captain fills out this report on the umpire after each game, allowing the club or the association to assess the umpire's performance and progress and his/her prospects for promotion. (N-4000)

10238Changes to Employee Record
The Changes to Employee Record include all the items on the Employee Card that could change over time, including Personal details and contract status. It is useful to get the employee to sign off on every change made to the employee record. (N-0015)

94141Cheque Requisition Voucher
A key document for keeping control of cheque payments. A means of standardising the supporting documents for each cheque drawn. It is completed prior to signing and it is handed to the cheque signatory with supporting documents attached. The signatory signs the cheque and the voucher. It is filed in cheque number order. (N-0019)

58223Code of Ethics - Help Line
This code of ethics for a Help Line seeks to understand what the mission of a crisis helpline is and the ethical concerns associated with this mission. It is presented in the form of an example Code of Ethics for a crisis helpline for women who have been abused. It bases the analysis on two fundamental pragmatic ethical principles related to personal crisis. It compares these two principles to the mission of the helpline and generates ten rules of "right" and "wrong" associated with running a helpline. It explains why these ethical considerations are unavoidable. International corporate policy. (C-5007)

28857Code of Ethics - Long Day Care
This code of ethics for a long day care facility begins with two basic concepts: "parental day care" and "long day care". It generates the rules for "duty of care" by the provider and analyses the needs of the child from these basic concepts. It highlights some actions that are ethically inseparable from this duty of care. International corporate policy. (C-5002)

42807Code of Ethics - Out Of School Hours (OOSH) Care
This code of ethics for an out of school hour care facility begins with two basic concepts: (a) the "reason for professional OOSH care" in the modern world and (b) the temporal proximity of the OOSH care to formal education. It considers the needs of the child, both "physical" and "social needs". It generates the rules for "duty of care" by the provider and in doing so identifies some actions that are ethically inseparable from this duty of care. International corporate policy. (C-5003)

28625Code of Ethics - Race & Racial Vilification at Work
This code of ethics was developed at the request of a member who is a middle-level manager who experiences racial vilification at a low level in her everyday operations at work. She wondered if her only recourse was the Racial Discrimination Act 1975, or if she could raise the issue at work at another level? This code of ethics begins with a history of the concept of 'race' and differs from the Racial Discrimination Act which fails to give a definition of 'race', 'racial' or 'racism'. It supports the requirements that the Act places on companies, management and staff but rejects the whole notion of 'race', since it has no scientific or biological basis, and warns of the dangers of a failure to reject 'race' as a fundamental concept and describes its past and current links to acts of genocide. It translates the ethical statement into practical objectives. International corporate policy with an Australian bias. (C-5019)

96672Code of Ethics - Residential Aged Care
This code of ethics for a residential aged care facility begins with two basic concepts: the "mission" of the Home and the "reason for aged care" in the modern world. It considers the needs of the resident, both "human needs", applicable to all residents, and "personal needs", particular to this resident. It generates the rules for "duty of care" by the provider and in doing so identifies some actions that are ethically comensurate with duty of care and some actions that are ethically incompatible with duty of care. International corporate policy. (C-5001)

96386Code of Ethics - Sexual Misconduct in the Parish
At the request of three different members (one of whom is developing central church policy and two of whom are on a local parish council) we developed a code of ethics that looks at the issue of sexual misconduct by a priest, in his many and varied dealings with members of his parish. It begins by looking historically at the parish and why this level is still the most crucial level in the church, even today. From this historical account we look at the question of sexual misconduct and generate some practical rules to be included in the Code of Conduct being generated for religious clergy at the level of the parish. International corporate policy (church) with an Australian bias. (C-5023)

93757Daily Rainfall sheet
A golf club has a clear policy on watering and therefore to keep a good record of rainfall is important to the issue of clear instructions to the operatives. (N-0001)

40499Damage report form
Golf balls cause damage, especially to cars. These incidents may have an impact on the insurance of the club. When one happens the club needs a clear and precise way of finding out what happened, who witnessed it, etc. (N-0003)

45959Delegation by Committee to a sub-committee
This legal document is the instrument upon which the functions of the committee can be delegated to a sub-committee. It is endorsed by the appointed members of the sub-committee, and signed by office-holders for and on behalf of the committee. It makes clear the functions being delegated and the conditions of delegation. (N-2010)

46212Duty of Care - Parental Consent Form - Excursion 1
In order to perform duty of care, you must know what care is needed. Each child is different. This form to be filled out by the parent giving informed consent to the child to participate in the excursion and clear details regarding health and allergies etc, and granting indemnity to supervisors if duty of care is complied with. Informed consent requires clear details by the delegated supervisor about what the parent is agreeing to. Both Supervisor and Parent completes with a pen. (N-6000)

26544Duty of Care - Parental Consent Form - Excursion 2
In order to perform duty of care, you must know what care is needed. Each child is different. This form to be filled out by the parent giving informed consent to the child to participate in the excursion and clear details regarding health and allergies etc, and granting indemnity to supervisors if duty of care is complied with. Informed consent requires clear details by the delegated supervisor about what the parent is agreeing to. Supervisor completes details of the excursion on the screen and parent completes with a pen. (N-6001)

17784Duty of Care - Parental Consent Form - Excursion 3 NSW
Duty of Care in the State of NSW. Exemption under Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998. In order to perform duty of care, you must know what care is needed. Each child is different. This form to be filled out by the parent giving informed consent to the child to participate in the excursion and clear details regarding health and allergies etc, and granting indemnity to supervisors if duty of care is complied with. Informed consent requires clear details by the delegated supervisor about what the parent is agreeing to. Both Supervisor and Parent completes with a pen. (N-6003)

43983Duty of Care - Parental Consent Form - Excursion 4 NSW
Duty of Care in the State of NSW. Exemption under Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998. In order to perform duty of care, you must know what care is needed. Each child is different. This form to be filled out by the parent giving informed consent to the child to participate in the excursion and clear details regarding health and allergies etc, and granting indemnity to supervisors if duty of care is complied with. Informed consent requires clear details by the delegated supervisor about what the parent is agreeing to. Supervisor completes details of the excursion on the screen and parent completes with a pen. (N-6002)

73997Fitness Program - Instructor's analysis & design sheet
Free document. A more detailed gym workout programme for an individual member of a fitness club, useful for the design of a fitness programme by the instructor. It includes a cardio programme, a resistance programme and a coolit programme. (fitness plan, exercise chart, gymnasium plan, resistance program, weight program) (N-4004)

86593Fitness Program - Member's overview
Free document. A gym workout programme for an individual member of a fitness club. It includes an attendance record for every day of the year 2004. It has a place for up to 9 plans in the year, including a full description of every routine and includes warm-up, gym workout and cool down. (fitness plan, exercise chart, gymnasium plan, resistance program, weight program) (N-4003)

64872Fortnightly time sheet
This fortnightly time sheet is designed for administrators and office staff and contains basic hours, overtime and control over public holidays and sick leave . It assumes that overtime will be paid for as time off in lieu. (N-0011)

34245Fortnightly time sheet
This fortnightly time sheet is designed for labourers (such as greeenstaff on a golf course or the handyperson at the day care centre) and contains basic hours, overtime and control over public holidays and sick leave. (N-0009)

90166Gym Workout Programme
Free document. A gym workout programme for an individual member of a fitness club. It includes an attendance record for every day of the year 2004. It has a place for up to 9 plans in the year, including a full description of every routine and includes warm-up, gym workout and cool down. (fitness plan, exercise chart, gymnasium plan, resistance program, weight program) (N-4003)

73411Injury report form
People are sometimes injured on a golf course and care must be taken to ensure that the injury is properly dealt with and recorded. (N-0004)

63523Key Register - staff access
Free. This register is for the issue of relevant keys to staff. International security record. (C-1030)

65404Key Register - temporary access
This register is for the issue of keys out of the key cabinet to allow temporary access and includes the rules for control of this process. Very useful for areas of increased security such as the computer room. International security document. (C-1029)

52741Leave Deferral application
This application for deferral of annual leave contains the rules governing applications for leave, the deferral of leave and the approval process and what happens if leave is not taken. (N-0007)

90774Leave application
This application for leave contains an application for Annual Leave, Leave Without Pay, Sick leave and Other. It contains the rules governing applications for leave and the approval process and what happens if leave is not taken. (N-0006)

12187Machines & tools - training programme Competency Checklist
A list of all the machines and tools in use at the golf course and a programme for systematically training a new employee in their use. (N-0005)

53023Match Report - Cricket
Free document. Match report for a club game of cricket at any level. (N-4002)

28320Minutes - internal meeting
A simple Minutes of internal meeting including outstanding tasks list. (C-0040)

89945Minutes of Committee meeting
This template for the minutes of a committee meeting contains details of notice, date/time of meeting, quorum present, scribe, chairperson, matters agreed to be recorded in the minutes, formal voting on motions, assignment of agreed actions arising from the committee meeting, outstanding issues, next meeting and confirmation of minutes by the chairperson. (N-2009)

71069Minutes of a Regular Monthly General Committe Meeting
"Friendly Style" minutes designed for a regular monthly general committee meeting with some standard business routines expected by the committee meeting each month, including attendance apologies, minutes, secretary's report, treasurer's report, receipts, expenditures, etc. This format could be expanded to include standard reporting from regular meetings of sub-committees. (N-2019)

30123New Employee record
This new employee record is in document form, useful for printing out and filling in with a pen. (N-0013)

61274New Employee record (Form)
This new employee record is in questionnaire form, useful for completing on the screen. (N-0014)

44678Policy statement - Principles of Global Compact
Initial policy statement for associations wishing to adopt broad policy platform that complies with the Global Compact 2000. International corporate administration document. (C-5047)

70937Publicity Consent Form
A form to be filled out by the person, group, or organisation upon which the advertising material is focussing (the subject). It gives the government or semi-government or NGO department the right to use and publish the material collected, pictures taken, etc. without further approval or payment, but gives a final right of approval prior to publication to the subject and a right to withdraw approval at any time. Privacy Act, 1998 (Cth). (M-0010)

18789Weekly Booking Sheet
Free document. 17 weeks of weekly booking sheet, designed to be printed out, put on a clip board and filled in with a pen. (N-4005)

11279Weekly Time Sheet
This weekly time sheet is designed for casual labourers (in the Proshop of the golf course or in the day centre) who are under a specific contract entitling them to different rates depending on whether it is basic hours, Sunday or a public holiday, and are not entitled to sick leave. (N-0012)

50072Weekly Time Sheet
This weekly time sheet is designed for labourers (such as greens-staff on the golf course or the handyperson at the day care centre) and contains basic hours, overtime and control over public holidays and sick leave. (N-0008)

20376Weekly Time Sheet
This weekly time sheet is designed for administrators and office staff and contains basic hours, overtime and control over public holidays and sick leave . It assumes that overtime will be paid for as time off in lieu. (N-0010)

28775Yearly Rainfall Sheet
Some golf clubs like to keep a yearly record of the rainfall recorded on the Daily Rainfall Sheet and transferred each month. (N-0002)

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