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Offline Jamezilla


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Alan - I set up the Skyline Club in VIC with a mate (Snowman on here) a few years ago.
You need a committee made up of pres, treas, secretary. You need a constitution (I can send you our old one) and you need to pay a fee to CAMS.

Wasn't that hard - we did it so we could run our own events at DECA and Winton, and it grew from there.
Will dig up some old stuff and shoot you an email tomorrow.

J



Offline allanuber


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  • Location: Sydney
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L E G E N D. Thanks for that. I better get off the rectum and get some stuff happening then!



Offline PA

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Offline flamestone

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Offline mondi

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Offline allanuber


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  • Location: Sydney
  • Name: Al
But more importantly, who can join????    :)

Maybe you should ask who can't Mondi   :mischief:



Offline akatyk


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It all depends what you want to achieve. There are a number of ways of getting a name (business that is). Usually people start Pty Ltd companies to restrict liability due to the corporate veil.



Offline allanuber


  • Joined: Aug 2007

  • Location: Sydney
  • Name: Al
It all depends what you want to achieve. There are a number of ways of getting a name (business that is). Usually people start Pty Ltd companies to restrict liability due to the corporate veil.
WTF are you on about? Corporate veil? Is that some kind of office dance involving turkish coffee?



Offline AshSimmonds

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But more importantly, who can join????    :)

...

Quote from: Groucho Sorta
I wouldn't join a club that would have Mondi as a member



Offline mhh

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
It all depends what you want to achieve. There are a number of ways of getting a name (business that is). Usually people start Pty Ltd companies to restrict liability due to the corporate veil.

Every car club I've been a member of has been an incorporated association, not a Pty Ltd company.



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