Faye Gibbins <email@example.com> writes: > We still need to get a bank account for our funds, if anyones has any > ideas please let us know. We might need to get a constitution to get a > bank account, this has until now been an anathema for us but times > change. Anyone have any ideas? As I recall, the last time I set up an account for a society we didn't need a constitution, just minutes of a meeting of the society in which it was decided to set up the bank account (they had a form to use to take the minutes on). I think that we did need officers, and of course account holders... These may imply some kind of constitution, but I don't think we need necessarily either discuss it or write it down... Canditates for the Presidential Elections may queue over there --> :-). OK, -- Andrew Aylett | www.aylett.co.uk | 1.79 x 10^12 furlongs per fortnight... firstname.lastname@example.org | answer==42 | -- it's not just a good idea, it's the law!
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