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Subject:re annual reports From:Irene Wong <wongword -at- OZEMAIL -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Tue, 2 Mar 1999 19:30:05 +1000
Take ***very careful*** note of Lary's comments about your statutory
obligations. This is the most important advice you can get.
Even if your not a company a voluntary organisation may also have some
If it is a govt body they may have to table it in Parliament. What are
the parliament's rules? Does it have to be on a certain size paper so it
can be bound as a parliamentary paper? How many colours are you allowed
to use? When is parliament sitting so it can be tabled? etc etc
For some more information here are a couple of addresses with an
Australian slant. You may find them useful though.