By-laws of the Australian School Library Association Incorporated
By-law 1: Direct membership
The application fee is the first year's annual subscription. All existing members of ASLA Member Associations remain members of ASLA at the time the State/Territory association ceases to exist.
By-law 2: Association Membership
By-law 3: Elections
Dates and timeline for nominations and voting will be determined as part of the annual calendar to be approved at the final Board meeting for each year. Nominations and elections take place before the Annual General Meeting. Any nominator, nominee or elected officer must be a financial member of the Association. No person can hold more than one position on the Board.
By-law 4: Board
Any changes to the Board are by special resolution passed by Voting Members as part of any Constitutional amendment through an Annual General Meeting.
By-law 5: Project Teams
Project Teams may be formed for specific purposes that may be either short or long term. The Board determines the scope and terms of reference for each team. For short-term teams a proposal must be presented to the Board for consideration.
By-law 6: Meetings
The annual calendar of meetings, as approved by the Board, will be available to members via the website. Members will be notified of the meeting schedule via email.
By-law 7: Remunerated personnel
The Board shall determine the timeframe for the process.