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Constitution of the Association of Specialised Kinesiologists South Africa (ASKSA)

This Constitution, accepted and ratified by all members of ASKSA, supersedes all previous Constitutions, to better reflect its aims and purpose within a changing workplace.

It is therefore agreed as follows: That the Association shall be called the Association of Specialised Kinesiologists South Africa (ASKSA) or by such other name that the National Committee may determine.That a National Committee shall be maintained to:-
That these principles shall be brought into effect through a set of Rules and Regulations, to be approved by the National Committee from time to time. Decisions of the National Committee shall only be valid if consensus is reached at a properly constituted meeting. This Constitution may only be amended at a properly held National Annual General Meeting and requires a 2/3 (two-thirds) majority agreement of all members. All members are bound by this constitution through the act of becoming a member of ASKSA.
This Constitution supersedes all and any other ASKSA documents (including the Rules and Regulations) and will be used by the Members and Committee Members in the guidance of decision making for the proper administration of ASKSA. The Constitution and the Rules and Regulations are contemporaneous documents and as such must be read together. In the event of obscurity, the provisions in the Rules and Regulations must yield to the Constitution.