Registering an association
This page lists the steps you must take to incorporate your association.
Step 1. Meet with members
To prepare for incorporation, your association members need to meet to do all of the following:
- adopt a constitution
- appoint office bearers
- authorise the public officer to submit the application for incorporation.
You will need to provide minutes from this meeting as a supporting document in your application.
Step 2. Fill in the application
Fill in and sign the application to incorporate your association including the statutory declaration sworn by your public officer.
The person submitting the form automatically becomes the association's public officer - no additional forms or fees are needed.
Step 3. Get signatures witnessed
The public officer must sign both the following documents in front of a witness aged 18 or older:
- the annexure clause on the constitution - see legal requirements when drafting a constitution
- a statutory declaration:
Step 4. Submit your application
You will need to submit all of the following:
- the form - including the witnessed statutory declaration
- the constitution - including the witnessed annexure clause
- meeting minutes.
Submit your form and supporting documents, along with the fee, in person, by email or mail to a Territory Business Centre.
Last updated: 29 April 2019