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[s. 123 and 124]

1.         The incorporated association was not at the time of incorporation eligible for incorporation under this Act.

2.         The incorporation of the association was obtained by fraud or mistake.

3.         The incorporated association is contravening section 17.

4.         The incorporated association has suspended its operations, or has in effect been dormant, for a whole year or more.

5.         The incorporated association is unable to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable.

6.         The incorporated association has engaged in activities outside the scope of its objects or purposes or has ceased to pursue those objects or purposes.

7.         The management committee of the incorporated association has acted oppressively in relation to members.

8.         The following circumstances apply —

            (a)         the incorporated association has contravened a provision of this Act that applies to it; and

            (b)         the Commissioner has by notice in writing given to the association required the association to remedy the contravention within 60 days after the notice was given; but

            (c)         the association has failed or refused to do so.

9.         The incorporated association has by special resolution resolved that it be wound up by the Supreme Court.

10.         The Supreme Court is of the opinion that it is just and equitable that the incorporated association should be wound up.

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