Legal Issues/Electronic Meetings

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It is possible that Electronic Meetings/AGMs are not allowed under New Zealand Law (Incorporated Societies Act (1908)), this could mean that a rewrite of the constitution is required. The reason why this is important is that it is important to protect the interests of the society, by complying with New Zealand law.


Nigel is currently monitoring the situation of the New Zealand Computer Society AGM/SGM which is discussing the matter, and should have results/minutes from this sometime during the week starting 15 May 2006.


There is no resolution as of yet

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