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Singapore Management University Act
Singapore Management University (Students’ Association and Constituent Bodies) (Exemption) Order
O 1
G.N. No. S 568/2005
REVISED EDITION 2007
(15th May 2007)
[31st August 2005]
Exemption from Societies Act
2.
—(1)  The Singapore Management University Students’ Association (referred to in this Order as the Association) is exempted from the provisions of the Societies Act (Cap. 311), subject to the following conditions:
(a)
the Association shall furnish the Registrar of Societies with such information concerning, and such documents, accounts and books relating to, the Association as he may require;
(b)
the Association shall not use any flag, symbol, emblem, badge or insignia without the consent in writing of the Registrar of Societies; and
(c)
the Association shall not be used —
(i)
for unlawful purposes;
(ii)
for purposes prejudicial to public peace, welfare or good order in Singapore; or
(iii)
for any purpose incompatible with the objects and rules of the Association.
(2)  Each constituent body of the Association specified in the Schedule is exempted from the provisions of the Societies Act (Cap. 311), subject to the following conditions:
(a)
the constituent body shall furnish the Registrar of Societies with such information concerning, and such documents, accounts and books relating to, the constituent body as he may require;
(b)
the constituent body shall not use any flag, symbol, emblem, badge or insignia without the consent in writing of the Registrar of Societies; and
(c)
the constituent body shall not be used —
(i)
for unlawful purposes;
(ii)
for purposes prejudicial to public peace, welfare or good order in Singapore; or
(iii)
for any purpose incompatible with the objects and rules of the constituent body.