An organisation, a registered charity, was originally incorporated under letters patent. The Associations Incorporation Act 1981 (Qld), by section 144 of that Act, provides that those letters patent 'continue to be of full force and effect and to be subject to that Act as if this Act had not been passed'. What does that mean for how that organisation is to operate? Does it mean, for instance, that it continues to derive its incorporation from the letters patent, but that it must comply with the Associations legislation? Or the opposite - all its requirements come from the letters patent. Or something in between?