There are a
number of documents, rules and guidelines which the Adelaide
Gamers' Association is bound to possess by law. These
documents are displayed on our Web Site for anyone to view as proof of
the AGA's status as a non-profit organization
solely devoted to the facilitation of Gaming.
The Charter of the Adelaide Gamers' Assoc.
As the AGA
is an incorporated body registered with the Australian
Securities Commission, it is compulsory to possess a Charter
which the Association acts under. A Charter (or Constitution) is
a document which details how Association meetings are run, how Committee
elections occur, the Association's complaints and disciplinary policy,
and details the duties and responsibilities of Club Officials.
The Standing Orders of the Adelaide Gamers' Assoc.
Orders of the Association contain the common sense club rules
which everyone must adhere to whilst at the AGA
Premises. Standards of behaviour and dress, rules of conduct governing
Officials, information pertaining to membership and other pieces of important
information are contained within this document.
The On-line Policy of the Adelaide Gamers' Assoc.
These days it's necessary to possess an On-line Policy and Legal Disclaimer to protect and acknowledge the rights and ownership of material displayed on a Web Site. The AGA's On-line Policy covers what material can and cannot be used without the AGA's permission
Gamers' Association acknowledges the Trademarks, Registered
Trademarks, and Copyrights held by Gaming Companies in regards to products
mentioned on this Web Site on our Trademarks
Page. Here, the most commonly used Marks have been listed
in association with their owners.
Select one of the categories
below to browse the AGA Web Site.
Adelaide Gamers' Assoc. 1999.