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NSW Constitution - Public Company Limited By Guarantee - What Does It Mean?

Discussion in 'Commercial Law Forum' started by sedge, 11 June 2015.

  1. sedge

    sedge Active Member

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    Last one for the RSL thing. The front of constitution booklet says, "corporations act 2001, a public company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital," does this mean it is a public place?
     
  2. Ivy

    Ivy Well-Known Member

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    No, the use of the word "public" refers to the legal classification of the company and has nothing to do with being a space for public use. In this case, the company is limited by guarantee so that means it doesn't have shareholders. It is still a private premises and they can allow you on the premises or ask you to leave as they see fit (so long as they don't breach some other law).
     
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    thanks - what about a shopping centre with shops both left and right no roof over the part inbetween is this space public
     
  4. Rod

    Rod Well-Known Member

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    'Public space' is normally defined as land belonging to the government (Federal/state/local) and able to be used by the public.

    'Open to the public' means the public can enter onto private land without fear of trespassing.

    I suspect the land you are referring to is 'open to the public'. Most shopping centres are on private land.

    The old style strip centres with a road through the middle generally have public footpaths and public roads.
     
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  5. sedge

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    all good ta
     
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