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25. Recognition of Voluntary Associations

1. The council must within 90 days from the date of its first meeting, submit the framework for the requirements for recognition of a voluntary association to the CBE for approval.

2. Any voluntary association may apply to the council to be recognised as such.

3. The council may, if the voluntary association complies with the requirements determined in terms of section 14(d), recognise that association and issue it with a certificate of recognition.

4. A certificate of recognition is valid for a period of five years from the date of issue.

5. A voluntary association must display its certificate of recognition in a prominent place at its head office.

6. The recognition of a voluntary association lapses -

(a) if that association, no longer complies with the requirements contemplated in section 14(d); or

(b) at the expiry of the five year period referred to in subsection (4).

7. A voluntary association must, at least three months prior to the expiry of its recognition, apply in the prescribed manner to the council for the renewal thereof.

8. A voluntary association whose recognition has lapsed must, within 30 days from the dale on which it is so directed in writing by the council, return its certificate of recognition.

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