Constitution Of The Association

NAME
   
1.0 The Association as hereunder constituted shall be known as the "Association of Property and Facility Managers" hereinafter referred to as the "Association".
   
FOUNDING MEMBERS
   

2.0

The subscribers to the Constitution shall be founding members of the Association and shall appoint all the officers of the Council of the Association to function until the first Annual General Meeting to be held in July of the year following the year of registration of the Association.
   
PLACE OF BUSINESS
   
3.0 The place of business of the Association shall be at "110 Middle Road #09-00 Chiat Hong Building, Singapore 188968", or such other address as may subsequently be decided upon by the Council and approved by the Registrar of Societies. The Association shall carry out its activities only in places and premises which have the prior written approval from the relevant authorities, where necessary.
   
OBJECTS
   
4.0 The objects of the Association are :
To secure the advancement and facilitate the acquisition of that knowledge which constitutes the profession of a property and facility manager encompassing the following :
   
4.1 to promote the standard and practice of property and facility management;
   

4.2

to maintain competency and standards of practice of property and facility managers;
   
4.3 to promote and advance the status and interest of property and facility managers;
   
4.4 to improve and advance the education and research in property and facility management;
   
4.5 to conduct examinations of proficiency in property and facility management and to award certificates therefor;
   
4.6 to grant or issue certificates to members in recognition of their proficiency in property and facility management;
   
4.7 to promote and encourage uniformity in the customs and practices in the conduct of property and facility management; to promote just and honourable practices in the conduct of business and to prohibit and penalise malpractices.
   
4.8 To promote the general interests of the profession and to maintain and extend its usefulness for the public advantage.
   
ACTIVITIES
   
5.0 For the purpose of effecting the objects as aforesaid, the Association shall undertake the following activities:
   
5.1 organise symposiums, seminars, conference, conventions for the benefit of the Association and any surplus fund accrued therefrom shall become the Association's funds.
   
5.2 Promote research, innovation, publish and disseminate such information for the benefit of members;
   
5.3 print and publish journals, periodicals, books or leaflets that the Association may think desirable for the promotion of its objects;
   
5.4 aid by donation or any other means approved by the Association research or things likely to benefit the Association or its members;
   
5.5 construct and maintain and alter any house, building or work necessary or convenient for the purpose of the Association;
   
5.6 sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account or otherwise deal with all or any part of the Association's property or rights;
   
5.7 subscribe to any local or other charities and grant donation for any public purposes and to provide a superannuation fund for the employees, of the Association or otherwise to assist any such employees their widows and children;
   
5.8 invest the monies of the Association not immediately required for its purposes in or upon such investments, securities or property as may be thought fit subject nevertheless to such conditions (if any) and such consent (if any) as may for the time being be imposed or required by law;
   
5.9 enter into any arrangement with any person, firm, company, government or statutory body or other regional and international institutes which may be deemed conducive to the Association's objects or any of them and to obtain from any such person, firm, company, government or statutory body or other regional and international institutes or associations any rights, privileges or concession which the Association may think desirable to obtain and to carry out exercise and comply with any such arrangements, rights, privileges or concessions;
   
5.10 amalgamate with any institution, society or association having objects altogether or in part similar to those of the Association:
   
5.11 purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or part of the property assets, liabilities and engagements of any one or more of the institutions, societies, or associations with which the Association is authorised to amalgamate;
   
5.12 engage, employ and pay staff and employees;
   
5.13 remunerate or reward any person, corporation or association for services rendered or to be rendered to the Association and to pay all costs, charges and expenses in the promotion of the Association.
   
5.14 do all such other lawful things which are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.
   
MEMBERSHIP
   
6.0 The membership of the Association shall consist of :
(i) Honorary Fellow
(ii) Fellow
(iii)
Member
(iv) Associate
(v) Student and
(vi) Corporate Member.
Both Student and Corporate Member are regarded as "Attached Classes".
   
6.1 Membership shall not be restricted by reason of citizenship, nationality, race, sex, religion or creed
   
6.2 HONORARY FELLOW
   
6.2.1 Every Honorary Fellow shall be a person who by reason of his position or experience, or his eminence in the service of property and facility management may be enabled to render assistance in promoting the objects of the Association.
   
6.2.2 A Honorary Fellow may attend any EGM and AGM but he shall have no right of voting or shall not be called to contribute to its fund.
   
6.3 FELLOW
   
6.3.1 The subscribers to the Constitution shall be deemed Fellows of the Association upon its registration.
   
6.3.2 The Council may admit into membership as Fellow or elevate to Fellow any person who:
(i) is not less than thirty-five (35) years of age;
(ii) is eligible for election as Member;
(iii) has been engaged for at least five (5) years in a senior position of responsibility in property and facility management, or of equivalent standing; and
(iv) has satisfied the Council that he is worthy of election as a Fellow.
   
6.3.3 Every fellow shall be eligible for election or appointment to any office of the Association and shall be entitled to all its rights and privileges including voting rights at all general meetings of the Association.
   
6.4 MEMBER
   
6.4.1 The Council may admit into membership as Member any person who:
(i) is not less than twenty-one (21) years of age;
(ii) who is a graduate in estate or building management, quantity surveying, engineering, architecture and allied fields from either the National University of Singapore or Nanyang Technological University or from any other universities or professional institutions approved by the Council; and
(iii) has not less than one (1) year of practical experience in Singapore; and
(iv) has satisfied the Council that he is worthy of election as Member.
   
6.4.2 The Council may also admit into membership as Member any person who:
  (i)
is not less than twenty-one (21) years of age; and
(ii) who is a graduate in estate, building or property management, quantity surveying, engineering, architecture and allied fields from Singapore Polytechnic, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Nanyang Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic or from any other Polytechnics or institutions approved by the Council; and
(iii) (a) has been an Associate of the Association for a period of not less than two (2) years; or
(b) has not less than five (5) years of relevant practical experience in Singapore; and
(iv) has satisfied the Council that he is worthy of election as Member.
   
6.5 ASSOCIATE
   
6.5.1 The Council may in its absolute discretion admit into membership as Associate any person of such experience in property and facility management or maturity as the Council may accept.
   
6.5.2 An Associate shall not be eligible for election or appointment to any office of the Association but shall have the privilege of being present at and may participate in all general meetings of the Association but shall not be entitled to vote at such general meetings.
   
6.6 STUDENT
   
6.6.1 Student members shall be persons not under 17 years of age who are or have been undergoing suitable practical training and instructions approved by the Association/Council in the fields of estate management, building surveying, quantity surveying, engineering, architecture and such other allied field approved by the Association/Council.
   
6.6.2 Students shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except that they shall not be eligible to hold any office of the Association nor have any rights of voting.
   
6.7 CORPORATE MEMBER
   
6.7.1 The Company to be admitted must satisfy the accreditation criteria under the Association's Accreditation Scheme.
   
6.7.2 A Corporate Member will be entitled to nominate two staff members who must be members of the Association to represent the Company. The Corporate Member shall not be entitled to :
  (i) all rights and privileges of the Association.
(ii) vote at any of the Association's general meetings.
(iii) be elected to the office of President or Vice President nor elected or appointed to any office of the Association as representatives of the Corporation they represent.
   
ELECTION TO MEMBERSHIP
   
7.0 Every candidate for membership of the Association shall be proposed by one and seconded by another member of the Association. The application for membership of every such candidate shall be made in writing signed by the candidate, his proposer and his seconder and shall be in such form as the Council may from time to time prescribe.
   
7.1 The admission into membership of the Association is at the absolute discretion of the Council.
   
7.2 A copy of the Constitution shall be furnished to every approved member upon payment of the entrance fee.
   
DESIGNATIONS
   
8.0 The designation of the members by distinguishing initials or words shall be as follows;
(i) every Honorary Fellow shall be entitled to use the designation "Honorary Fellow, APFM".
(ii) every Fellow shall be entitled to use the designation "FAPFM".
(iii) every Member shall be entitled to use the designation "MAPFM".
(iv) every Associate shall be entitled to use the designation "AAPFM".
   
CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP
   
9.0 Every Fellow and Member shall, upon first payment of the monies due from him under this Constitution, or within a reasonable time thereafter, receive a Certificate appropriate to his class of membership in respect of the current year, and shall, so long as he remains a member of the Association be entitled to retain his Certificate on payment of the subscriptions prescribed under this Constitution.
   
9.1 Every Certificate issued shall be in such form as the Council may from time to time determine and shall be the property of the Association. In the event of cessation or suspension of membership the Certificate shall be returned to the Council and failing which shall be recoverable on demand.
   
CESSATION OF MEMBERSHIP
   
10.0 Any member wishing to withdraw his membership from the Association shall give notice in writing of his intention to do so addressed to the Honorary Secretary and deposited at the place of business of the Association before the last day of any calendar year failing which such membership shall be liable to pay the subscription for the following year.
   
10.1 Any membership whose annual subscription for any year remains unpaid by the date of the next Annual General Meeting shall be deemed to have ceased from membership of the Association for that year and to have forfeited all rights and claims against the Association or its property.
   
10.2 Notwithstanding the foregoing sub-clause (10.1), any member who has ceased membership in the manner stated in the sub-clause may be reinstated as a member upon request and paying all arrears of the annual subscription.
   
10.3 Where the conduct of any member shall, in the opinion of the Council be injurious to the character of the Association or objectionable in any respect such member may be required by the Council to resign, and if the member so requested shall not resign within one week, such member may be expelled by resolution of the Council and shall cease to be member of the Association and all sums which have been paid by such member shall thereupon be forfeited. A member expelled under this clause shall have no right of appeal.
   
10.4 Any member expelled in accordance with this Section or otherwise ceasing to be a member of the Association shall forfeit all rights to or claims upon the Association or its property or funds.
   
10.5 The rights of a member shall be personal and shall not be transferable and shall cease upon his death or dissolution of the Association.
   
ENTRANCE FEES, SUBSCRIPTIONS AND OTHER DUES
   
11.0 The amounts of entrance fees, subscriptions and other financial contributions shall be such as may from time to time be determined on the proposal of the Council and confirmed (with or without amendment in reduction of any proposed increase) by resolution of a General Meeting of the members of the Association convened for that purpose.
   
11.1 Where a Fellow or Member has retired from practice and desires to continue his connection with the Association, the Council shall be empowered to retain his name on the register or the Association on payment of one-half of the annual subscription appertaining to his class of membership; or
   
11.2 In case of any Fellow, or Member who is unable, owing to ill health, advanced age or other sufficient causes, to continue to practice the profession, the Council may remit his annual subscription and arrears, if any, wholly or in part, if they find good reasons for so doing.
   
11.3 Subscriptions and other financial contributions are due as follows:
   
11.3.1 All annual subscriptions are due on the 1st day of January in each year in advance, and must be paid before the 1st March of that year. On payment of the annual subscription every member shall be entitled to retain his certificate subject to the provisions of the Constitution. Any Fellow or Member whose subscription is in arrears after the 1st March shall not be entitled to attend or vote at any General Meeting until such arrears are paid.
   
11.3.2 Subscriptions from newly admitted members shall be payable in advance.
   
11.3.3 Other financial contributions as determined by the Council shall be payable at such time and in such manner as may be decided by the Council.
   
11.4 Every person transferred from one class of membership to another shall pay
(i) the difference between the entrance fees, if any, of the old and new class of membership and
(ii) the difference between the annual subscription for the current year of the old new class of membership.
   
11.5 Every person admitted as a member of the Association shall remain liable to the payment of his annual subscriptions until he has either forfeited his claim to membership or has signified to the Secretary in writing his desire to resign when, on payment of all arrears, his name shall be deleted from the Register of the Association except as provided in this Constitution.
   
11.6 A member shall be liable to be suspended from membership for default in financial contributions or part thereof.
   
11.7 A Notice of Demand in a form presented by the Council shall be sent to any person whose subscription shall not have been paid on or before 1st March after the same has become due, and the Council may if they think fit declare his rights of membership suspended, duly notifying him of the same. In the event of his subscription continuing two months in further arrears, a second Notice of Demand shall be made for it, failing the payment of the amount due before the expiration of one month from the date of the second Notice the member shall be reported to the Council who shall have the power to delete the name of the defaulter from the Register of the Association and demand the surrender of his certificate, duly notifying him in such a form as may be prescribed by the Council.
   
11.8 The Council may, where it thinks it desirable, defer taking the action prescribed above until such later date as they may determine.
   
SUPREME AUTHORITY AND GENERAL MEETING
   
12.0 The Supreme authority of the Association is vested in a general meeting of the members presided over by the President.
   
12.1 The General Meetings of the Association shall be the Annual General Meetings, and Extraordinary General Meetings.
   
12.2 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS
   
12.2.1 The Annual General Meeting of the Association shall usually be held in the month of July, on such a day and at such hour of the day as the Council may determine.
   
12.2.2 Notice of the Annual General Meeting shall be sent to all members not less than fourteen (14) days before the meeting.
   
12.2.3 The business of the Annual general meeting shall be to receive and deliberate upon the Annual Report of the Council and the Annual Accounts, to elect the members of the Council for ensuing year and to appoint the Professional Auditors and to consider any other matter of which at least seven (7) days' prior notice have been given to the Honorary Secretary.
   
12.3 EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETINGS
   
12.3.1 The Council may convene an Extraordinary General Meeting when the Council may deem it necessary. An Extraordinary General Meeting shall also be called on a requisition in writing by not less than twenty-five (25) Fellows and Members, of which at least ten (10) must be Fellows. The requisition shall specify the purpose for which the meeting is demanded, and it shall be the duty of the Council to convene the Extraordinary General Meeting for such purpose within three calendar months from the date of the receipt of the requisition by the Honorary Secretary.
   
12.3.2 All Fellows and Members shall have not less than fourteen (14) day's notice to them of the time appointed by the Council for an Extraordinary General Meeting and the notices shall specify the nature of the business to be transacted, at the meeting.
   
12.3.3 If the Council does not within the three months after the date of the receipt of the written request proceed to convene an Extraordinary General Meeting, the members who requested for the Extraordinary General Meeting by giving fourteen days notice to voting members setting for the business to be transacted and simultaneously posting the agenda on the Association's notice board.
   
12.4 VOTING AT GENERAL MEETINGS
   
12.4.1 The voting at general meeting shall be by ballot if so demanded by the person presiding or by not less than one quarter of the Fellows and Members present and voting.
   
12.4.2 On a show of hands every Fellow or Member present shall have one vote. Upon a ballot every Fellow or Member present in person or by proxy shall have one vote.
   
12.4.3 The person presiding shall have a second or casting vote, whether the issue is to be decided by a simple or other stipulated majority.
   
12.4.4 The instrument appoint a proxy shall in such a form as may be prescribed by the Council or as near thereto as possible. A Fellow or Member shall not appoint as his proxy a member other than a member who is entitled to a vote at a meeting of the Association. The proxy shall be valid for use at one meeting or any adjournment thereof. The Council shall be entitled to issue an appeal for proxies in favour of the President or his nominee.
   
12.4.5 When a ballot is demanded, the person presiding at the meeting shall direct how it shall be taken and may adjourn the meeting for that purpose.
   
12.4.6 The instrument in proper form of appointing a proxy must be deposited at the place of business of the Association not less than forty-eight (48) hours before the meeting at which it is intended to be used.
   
12.4.7 At all Annual and Extraordinary General Meeting, one-third or fifty (50) members present in person who are entitled to vote shall form a quorum.
   
12.4.8 In the event of there being no quorum at the commencement of a general meeting, the meeting shall be adjourned for half an hour and should the number then present be insufficient to form a quorum, those present shall be deemed to form a quorum, but they shall have no power to amend the existing Constitution.
   
MANAGEMENT AND COUNCIL
   
13.0 For the purpose of directing and managing the affairs of the Association, there shall be a Council comprising the following officers who shall be elected at each Annual General Meeting in accordance with the Rules of the Association.
(i) President
(ii) Vice-President
(iii) Honorary Secretary
(iv) Assistant Honorary Secretary
(v) Honorary Treasurer
(vi) Assistant Honorary Treasurer
(vii) Up to 5 Ordinary Council members
(viii) The Immediate Past President who shall be an ex-officio member
   
13.1 Names for the above offices shall be proposed and seconded at the Annual General Meeting and election will follow on a simple majority vote of the members. All office-bearers, except the Honorary Treasurer and Assistant Honorary Treasurer, may be re-elected to the same or related post for a consecutive term of office. The term of office of the Council shall be two(2) years commencing from 1st August to 31st July of the 2nd year.
   
13.2 Election will be either by show of hands of, subject to the agreement of the majority of the voting members present, by secret ballots. In the event of a tie, the Chairman of the meeting shall have a casting vote.
   
13.3 A council meeting shall be held at least once every three months after giving seven days' notice to Council Members. The President may call a Council Meeting at any time by giving five days' notice. At least half of the Council members must be present for its proceedings to be valid.
   
13.4 Any member of the Council absenting himself from three meetings consecutively without satisfactory explanations shall be deemed to have withdrawn from the Council and a successor may be co-opted by the Council to serve until the next Annual General Meeting. Any change in the Council shall be notified to the Registrar of Societies within two weeks of the change.
   
13.5 The duty of the Council is to organise and supervise the daily activities of the Association. The Council may not act contrary to the expressed wishes of the general meeting without prior reference to it and always remains subordinate to the general meetings.
   
13.6 Casual vacancies of office bearers and Honorary Auditors shall be filled and shall be elected or appointed as follows:
   
13.6.1 in the case of death, resignation or inability to act of any officer or other member of the Council, the Council may appoint suitably qualified members to fill the vacancy. Officers and members so appointed shall hold office until the next annual election of the Council.
   
13.7 The Honorary Auditors, one of whom shall be a Fellow and the other a Member shall be elected or appointed annually at the Annual General Meeting.
   
13.7.1 No Honorary Auditor may be a member of the Council or of any Committee dealing with the finances of the Association.
   
13.7.2 Any Honorary Auditor shall be eligible for re-election or re-appointment on the conclusion of the term of office in respect of which he was previously elected or appointed.
   
13.7.3 In the case of death, resignation or inability to act of one or both Honorary Auditors, the Council shall appoint an Honorary Auditor or Auditors for the remainder of the term, and report the same at the next Annual General Meeting of the Association.
   
BYE-LAWS
   
14.0 The Council shall have the power to make, amend, add to or repeal Bye-Laws for the purpose of directing and managing the affairs of the Association.
   
DUTIES OF OFFICE-BEARERS
   
15.0 DUTIES OF THE PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT
   
15.0.1 It shall be the duty of the President to deliver an address at the Annual General Meeting of the Association and to represent the Association in its dealing with outside persons.
   
15.0.2 He shall take the chair by right at all General Meetings of the Association, and of the Council at which he is present, and shall regulate the proceedings.
   
15.0.3 In the absence of the President, the Vice-President shall preside in his place and, in the absence of the Vice President, any other member from amongst the Council members present can be appointed to preside in his place.
   
15.1 DUTIES OF HONORARY SECRETARY AND ASSISTANT HONORARY SECRETARY
   
15.1.1 The duties of the Honorary Secretary shall inter-alias, be to keep all records, except financial, of the Association and all minutes of meetings and such other matters as the Council may from time to time determine. He shall also maintain an up-to-date Register of Members at all times.
   
15.1.2 The Assistant Honorary Secretary shall assist the Honorary Secretary in the discharge of the latter's duties and deputise for him in his absence.
   
15.2 DUTIES OF HONORARY TREASURER AND HONORARY ASSISTANT TREASURER
   
15.2.1 The duties of the Honorary Treasurer shall be to keep the financial records of the Association and to perform such other duties as the Council may from time to time determine.
   
15.2.2 The Honorary Treasurer shall demand and receive all monies due to the Association and deposit those received in the name of the Association in a bank approved by the Council.
   
15.2.3 The Honorary Treasurer shall have power to retain in his hand for current expenses of the Association a sum of money not exceeding five hundred dollars ($500) in cash.
   
15.2.4 The Honorary Treasurer shall be responsible for making all payments on behalf of the Association and all such payments exceeding the sum of one hundred dollars ($100) shall be made by cheque drawn in the name of the payee.
   
15.2.5 All cheques drawn on behalf of the Association shall be signed by the Honorary Treasurer and the President or the Vice-President or the Honorary Secretary.
   
15.2.6 No receipts issued on behalf of the Association shall bind the Association unless it bears the signature of the Honorary Treasurer.
   
15.2.7 The Assistant Honorary Treasurer shall assist the Honorary Treasurer in the discharge of the latter's duties and deputise for him in his absence.
   
15.3 DUTIES OF ORDINARY COUNCIL MEMBERS
   
15.3.1 Ordinary Council members shall assist in the general administration of the Association and perform duties assigned by the Council from time to time.
   
AUDIT AND FINANCIAL YEAR
   
16.0 A firm of public accountants shall be appointed as Auditors of the Association at each Annual General Meeting and will hold office for a team of one year only and shall be eligible for re-appointment for a consecutive term. They:
   
16.0.1 will be required to audit each year's accounts and present a report upon them to the Annual General Meeting;
   
16.0.2 may be required by the President to audit the Association's accounts for any period within their tenure of office at any date and make a report to the council.
   
16.1 The financial year shall be from 1st May to 30th April.
   
TRUSTEES
   
17.0 If the Association at any time acquires any immovable property, such property shall be vested in trustees subject to a declaration of trust.
   
17.1 The trustees of the Association shall:
   
17.1.1 not be more than four and not less than two in number;
   
17.1.2 be appointed and approved by a General Meeting of members
   
17.1.3 not effect any sale or mortgage or property without the prior approval of the General Meeting of members.
   
17.2 The office of the trustee shall be vacated:
   
17.2.1 if the trustee dies or becomes a lunatic or of unsound mind;
   
17.2.2 if he is absent from the Republic of Singapore for a period of more than one year;
   
17.2.3 if he is guilty of misconduct of such a kind as to render it undesirable that he continues as a trustee;
   
17.2.4 if he submits notice of resignation from his trusteeship;
   
17.3 Notice of any proposal to remove a trustee from his trusteeship or to appoint a new trustee to fill a vacancy must be given by posting it on the notice board in the Association's premises at least two weeks before the General Meeting at which the proposal is to be discussed. The result of such General Meeting shall then be notified to the Registrar of Societies.
   
17.4 The addresses of immovable properties, name of trustees and any subsequent change must be notified to the Registrar of Societies
   
PROHIBITIONS
   
18.0 Gambling of any kind whether for stakes or not, are forbidden on the Association's premises. The introduction of materials for gambling or drug taking and of bad characters into the premises is prohibited.
   
18.1 The funds of the Association shall not be used to pay the fines of members who have been convicted in Court.
   
18.2 The Association shall not engage in any trade union activity as defined in any written law relating to trade unions for the time being in force in Singapore.
   
18.3 The Association shall not attempt to restrict or interfere with trade or make directly or indirectly any recommendation to, any arrangement with its members which has the purpose or is likely to have the effect of fixing or controlling the price or any discount, allowance or rebate relating to any goods or services which adversely affects consumer interests.
   
18.4 The Association shall not indulge in any political activity or allow its funds and/or premises to be used for political purposes.
   
18.5 The Association shall not hold any lottery, whether confined to its members or not, in the name of Association or its Office-Bearers, Council or members, unless with the prior approval of the relevant authorities.
   
18.6 The Association shall not raise funds from the public for whatever purpose without the prior approval in writing of the Head, Licensing Division. Singapore Police Force and other relevant authorities.
   
AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION
   
19.0 A resolution for amending this Constitution shall be passed so long as not more than twenty-five (25) per centum of the total voting members of the Association vote against that resolution at General Meeting duly convened for that purpose. Such amendment shall not be enforced or applied without prior approval in writing of the Registrar of Societies.
   
INTERPRETATION
   
20.0 In the event of any question or matter arising out of any point (pertaining to day-to day administration of the Association) which is not expressly provided for in the Constitution, the Council shall have power to decide thereon and agreed to by at least two-third of the Council. The decision of the Council shall be final unless it is reversed at a General Meeting of members.
   
DISPUTES
   
21.0 In the event of any dispute arising amongst members, they shall attempt to resolve the matter at an Extraordinary General Meeting in accordance with the Rules in the Constitution. Should the members fail to resolve the matter, they shall refer the disputed matter to an appointed mediator for resolution. If this method fails, the disputed matter shall be referred to Arbitration and the Arbitrator's decision shall be final and binding
   
DISSOLUTION OF ASSOCIATION
   
22.0 The Association shall not be dissolved, except with the consent of not less than three-fifths (3/5) of the total voting members of the Association for the time being resident in Singapore expressed, either in person or by proxy, at a General Meeting convened for the purpose.
   
DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS
   
23.0 In the event of the Association being dissolved as provided herein all debts and liabilities legally incurred on behalf of the Association shall be fully discharged and the remaining funds shall be equally divided among the members.
   
NOTICE TO REGISTRAR OF SOCIETIES
   
24.0 A Certificate of Dissolution shall be given by the Honorary Secretary within seven (7) days of the dissolution to the Registrar of Societies.
   
   
   
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