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Once registered the Society constitutes a distinct legal entity which provides protection to members from debts, contracts etc. In return, members do not have a personal financial interest in the property or assets (if any) owned by the society.
To maintain registration, annual returns must be made to the Registrar of Incorporated Societies . At any stage the Society may be wound up by members' resolution, creditors or the Registrar (if compliance is not maintained).