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Paintball Association (Singapore) - Constitution July 2008
« on: 19 December 2010, 10:41:07 PM »
To download the Paintball Association (Singapore) Constitution (2008)

http://www.singaporepaintball.ord/downloads/rosadm_305824.DOC
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Re: Paintball Association (Singapore) - Constitution July 2008
« Reply #1 on: 07 March 2011, 01:46:28 PM »
A quick informal update on the Paintball Association (Singapore) 07/03/11

As many of you may have heard, PBAS formed a interim committee of volunteers to review the current PBAS constitution and suggest changes that will ensure the future good governance of the association and assist PBAS in achieving shot term and long term goals for paintball development in Singapore.

Unfortunately so far, only a handful of volunteers have made an effort to make suggestions and comments, so we are now asking everyone to review the previous PBAS constitution and make some comments or suggestions.

We are also meeting with the Singapore Sports Council regarding this matter.

Areas in the constitution we are looking to change are:

- PBAS Objectives
- Membership Categories
- Membership Fees
- Executive Committee Terms
- Quorum for General Meeting Voting
- Conflict of Interest Policy
- By Laws

To download the Paintball Association (Singapore) Constitution (2008)
http://www.singaporepaintball.ord/downloads/rosadm_305824.DOC

Members of the public are welcome to make any comments or suggestions in the forums or
by emailing PBAS [email protected]

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
The current constitution was created in 2008 to serve certain objectives and goals that we feel are no longer relevant. Wording in the document also restricts the association in expanding membership and ensuring good governance by committee members. PBAS has an obligation to its members and the government to ensure the association is operated in accordance to the Register of Society laws.

By law, all associations must abide by their constitutions so how these documents are worded is very important to the operation of PBAS.

We feel that by making improvements to the constitution, PBAS can grow, be more effective and build better relationships with the paintball industry, the Singapore Sports Council and other government bodies.