(1) The following must accompany an application under section 22-1:
(a) evidence of the resolution referred to in section 29-17;
(b) copies of the consents referred to in subsection 22-1(2);
(c) a certified copy of a current certificate of the body's incorporation in its place of origin, or of a document that has a similar effect;
(d) a certified printed copy of the body's constitution (if any);
(e) evidence that the body is not a Chapter 5 body corporate;
(f) evidence that no application to wind up the body has been made to a court (in Australia or elsewhere) that has not been dealt with;
(g) evidence that no application to approve a compromise or arrangement between the body and another person has been made to a court (in Australia or elsewhere) that has not been dealt with;
(h) evidence that under the law of the body's place of origin:
(i) the transfer of the body's incorporation is authorised; and
(ii) the body has complied with the requirements (if any) of that law for the transfer of its incorporation;
(i) any other documents that are prescribed.
Note: Under the internal governance rules requirement (see section 29-20), a copy of the proposed constitution of a proposed corporation must also be provided to the Registrar before the time the Registrar makes a decision under section 26-1 in respect of the application.
(2) The evidence lodged in accordance with subsections (1) must be satisfactory proof to the Registrar of the matters referred to in that subsection.
Note: Section 376-5 requires documents that are not in English to be translated into English.