Cen­tre sta­tus clar­i­fied

Kapi-Mana News - - OPINION -


Per­haps this let­ter will shed a lit­tle light on the sad sub­ject of the Porirua Whanau Cen­tre.

As I un­der­stand the facts the Whanau Cen­tre was in­cor­po­rated and reg­is­tered as a so­ci­ety and be­came vested in the land and as­sets. From a le­gal point of view the mem­bers of that cen­tre should fol­low its rules and call a spe­cial gen­eral meet­ing to ap­point its ex­ec­u­tive and re­solve out­stand­ing mat­ters. Should that not be pos­si­ble, if that cen­tre is de­funct the Reg­is­trar of In­cor­po­rated So­ci­eties has re­serve pow­ers.

The sec­ond cen­tre is presently just an­other body with no rights to the land and as­sets.

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