On behalf of the Consortium of Australian Huntington’s Associations (CAHA) we are updating you on the proposed merger of the five State and Territory Associations into one new national body. Each State Board has determined that the merger is the best path forward for enhanced and sustainable supports and services to be provided for people affected by Huntington’s disease.
At the upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) of each State Association a Special Resolution will be put to all members asking whether they agree that their Association merge into a new, single, national entity and to eventually wind up their State Association, transferring all its assets (and liabilities) to the new entity. Usually a 75% majority is required to pass a Special Resolution.
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