Constitution of Urabba Parks/Proclamation
PROCLAMATION ESTABLISHING URABBA PARKS PROPRIETARY LIMITED AS A JURISDICTION
(Urabba Parks Gazette)
2021 No. 1.
At the Court at Urabba Street Reserve,
The 5th day of March, 2021.
The Enactor’s Most Excellent Management.
The following Draft Proclamation was this day read at the Board and approved: –
By The Enactor
WHEREAS by a Statute of the Founder passed in the eighth year of Our Management intituled, “A Statute to provide for the Constitution of Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited,” it is enacted that all references to the Enactor shall be a reference to the Founder’s heirs and successors in the Management of Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited Australian Company Number 159 318 859 and that it shall be lawful for the Enactor, to declare by proclamation that, on and after a day appointed, not being later than one year after the passing of this Statute, that Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited shall be established as a jurisdiction:
And whereas We are satisfied that Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited has agreed thereto accordingly:
We, therefore, by and with the authorisation of Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited, have thought fit to issue this Our Enactorial Proclamation, and We do hereby declare that on and after the fifth day of March, two thousand twenty-one, that Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited shall be established as a jurisdiction.
Given at our Court at Urabba Street Reserve this fifth day of March in the year of Our Lord Jesus Christ two thousand twenty-one and in the eighth year of Our Management in Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited:
Daniel James Racovolis Enactor
God Save The Enactor!
Explanatory memorandum[edit | edit source]
Subsection 2(1) of the Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited Constitution Statute 2021 of the Founder (the 'Statute') provides that Part 2 of the Statute (including the Constitution) commences on the later of a day to be fixed by Proclamation of the Enactor and the passing by Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited of the special resolutions under section 136 of the Corporations Act 2001 of the Parliament of the Commonwealth to adopt the Statute, repeal any existing Constitution and adopting the Constitution as provided in the Statute. However, the provisions do not commence at all if the events mentioned do not occur. The Statute received the Founder’s assent on 5 March 2021 and the resolution of Urabba Parks was passed on 5 March 2021. The purpose of the proposed Proclamation is to fix 5 March 2021 as the day on which Part 2 of the Statute (including the Constitution) commences. The Statute provides a new Constitution for Urabba Parks which establishes it as a non-state jurisdiction, complete with a recognition of a judicial power competent to determine issues arising in the internal legal system. The purpose of creating a non-state jurisdiction is to showcase ‘charitable democracy’ to the world by creating a model jurisdiction which has governance powers over charities which work together to advance humanity and the environment together. By creating a governance system which values responsibility, accountability and creativity, Urabba Parks and its subsidiaries will be able to deliver high-quality relevant charitable services which are controlled and directed by our clients and stakeholders through the system of representative government as established by the new Constitution. The proposed Proclamation would be treated as a notifiable instrument under interim arrangements for classification of legislative-related documents, until such treatment is formalised by way of an Act of the Corporate Parliament of Urabba Parks.