Associations Incorporation Act 2009 No 7
57 Revocation of appointment
(cf Co-operatives Act 1992, section 335)
(1) An administrator holds office until the administrator’s appointment is revoked or the administrator dies.(2) When a liquidator of an association is appointed, the appointment of any administrator of the association is automatically revoked.(3) Immediately on the revocation of an administrator’s appointment, the administrator must prepare and submit a report to the Secretary showing how the administration was carried out, and for that purpose an administrator has access to the association’s records and documents.(4) On providing the report and accounting fully in relation to the administration of the association to the satisfaction of the Secretary, the administrator is released from any further duty to account in relation to the administration of the association otherwise than on account of fraud, dishonesty, negligence or wilful failure to comply with this Act or the regulations.(5) Before revoking the appointment of an administrator of an association, the Secretary:(a) must appoint another administrator, or(b) must ensure that committee members and the public officer have been elected in accordance with the association’s constitution at a meeting convened by the administrator in accordance with the constitution, or(c) must appoint committee members and a public officer for the association.(6) Committee members elected or appointed under subsection (5):(a) take office on revocation of the administrator’s appointment, and(b) if appointed, hold office until the next annual general meeting of the association after the revocation of that appointment.(7) The public officer of an association appointed under subsection (5) (c) takes office on revocation of the administrator’s appointment.