The SBA is an Incorporated Association and as such has to have a Constitution that is the SBA’s heart and soul. In addition to identifying the rules that govern the SBA, it includes its Statement of Purpose and the SBA’s structure.

The Constitution, amongst other things:
  • Guides how an association operates.
  • Is a contract between the association and its members
  • Sets out the association’s purposes
  • Lists the rights and responsibilities of members and office holders
Members should know the rules and are welcome to provide comment and suggestions for improvements at any time.
Please find below latest version of the SBA Constitution (amendments passed at the EGM held on 28 October 2020).