CLUB CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS
The MG Car Club of Queensland (Inc.) ("the Club") is governed in accordance to its Constitution. Did you know that the objectives for which the Club is established are stated in the Constitution and are:
To promote the sport and pastime of motoring in all its branches, and in particular, to further the interests of the owners and drivers of MG cars.
To promote, organise and hold all forms of automobile competitions as shall be approved from time to time by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd trading as Motorsport Australia (hereinafter referred to as " Motorsport Australia "), and to offer prizes and awards in respect thereof.
To be affiliated with Motorsport Australia or with such other body as may be approved by the Federation Internationale Automobile (hereinafter referred to as the "FIA") and abide by its rules and regulations from time to time in force.
The Club is an Incorporated Association and is governed by the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 (Qld) as amended.
As such, the Club has a written set of rules (or constitution) to govern how it runs.
The Constitution sets out:
how the association operates
the rights available to members
how the management committee works
how meetings will run
Where can you get a copy of the current Constitution? It is available for viewing and download from the link below. A paper copy is always held at the Club Rooms and available for review.
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