33. Records and accounts
The Association shall establish and maintain proper records and minutes concerning all transactions, business, meetings and dealings of the Association and the Board and shall produce these as appropriate at each Board or General Meeting. Except as otherwise provided by this constitution, the public officer must keep in his or her custody or under his or her control all records, books and other documents relating to the association.
(2) Records Kept in Accordance with Act
Proper accounting and other records shall be kept in accordance with the Act. The books of account shall be kept in the care and control of the public officer.
(3) Association to Retain Records
The Association shall retain such records for seven (7) years after the completion of the transactions or operations to which they relate.
(4) Board to Submit Accounts
The Board shall cause to be sent to all persons entitled to receive notice of Annual General Meetings in accordance with this Constitution, a copy of the statements of account, the Board's report, the auditor's report and every other document required under the Act (if any).
(5) Accounts Conclusive
The statements of account when approved or adopted by an Annual General Meeting shall be conclusive except as regards any error discovered in them within three months (3) after such approval or adoption.
(6) Negotiable Instruments
All cheques, promissory notes, bankers, drafts, bills of exchange and other negotiable instruments, and all receipts for money paid to the Association, shall be signed, drawn, accepted, endorsed or otherwise executed, as the case may be, by any two (2) duly authorised Directors or in such other manner as the Board determines.