An Incorporated Association has split into 2 groups. There are 8 Executive Committee members and there are 4 on each side. The break-away group has been calling meetings outside the Constitution and carrying resolutions without the other half of the incorporated associations Executive Committee, comprising of the President, Treasurer, Financial Adviser and Public Officer. Now the break-away group has called for their own General Meeting to have a vote of no confidence in the President, the Treasurer and the Public Officer. What right have the break-away group got to do it outside their registered Constitution? And what are the legal avenues under commercial law available to the President and her group to stop this group from holding unconstitutional meetings? Thank you.