Associations Incorporation Act 2009 No 7
Current version for 4 July 2014 to date (accessed 28 January 2015 at 23:07)
Part 10Section 99

99   Power of Director-General to refuse to register or reject documents

(1)  The Director-General may refuse to register or may reject a document submitted to the Director-General if the Director-General considers the document:
(a)  contains matter contrary to law, or
(b)  contains matter that is false or misleading in a material particular in the form or context in which it is included, or
(c)  because of an omission or misdescription, has not been properly completed, or
(d)  does not comply with the requirements of this Act, or
(e)  contains an error, alteration or erasure, or
(f)  has been submitted by electronic transmission in a form that is not readily or satisfactorily accessible by the Director-General.
(2)  If the Director-General refuses to register or rejects a document under subsection (1), the Director-General may ask that:
(a)  the document be appropriately altered, or
(b)  a fresh document be submitted in its place, or
(c)  if the document has not been properly completed—a supplementary document in the approved form be submitted.
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