auDA Calls EGM for Constitutional Changes

19 04 2013

.au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA) the regulator of .au domain names, has called an EGM for Monday 22 April 2013 to put a number of constitutional amendments to its members.

The proposed amendments to the constitution arise out of recommendations from the independent review of auDA, by Westlake Consulting. The proposed changes fall into two categories (1) house keeping, which focuses on errors and redundancies in the constitution; and (2) changes including a reduction in the number elected directors, an increase in directors terms, and a cap of terms that directors may serve.

The EGM will be followed by a public meeting of the Board.

All auDA members are welcome to attend.

Details of the EGM are:

Maddocks Lawyers, 140 William Street, Melbourne

on Monday 22 April 2013 at 10.30am

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