Section 153 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks

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Section 153 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks provides for novel charitable purposes.

Compiled text (Section 153 - Novel charitable purpose)

(1)    Urabba Parks supports the expansion of charitable purposes to better reflect the needs of humanity and the environment.

(2)    If an object that is declared for the purposes of this subsection, being for the public benefit, is not a charitable purpose under the Charities Act 2013, the objects of Urabba Parks shall not include the object but include the advocacy of the inclusion of the object as a charitable purpose, to the extent that it ultimately benefits a purpose that is currently a charitable purpose under the Charities Act 2013.

(3)    The following objects are declared for the purposes of subsection (2):

(a)    the advancement of religion, where religion has the meaning affected by paragraph 3(2)(a) of the Charities Act 2011 of the Parliament of the United Kingdom;
(b)    the advancement of citizenship or community development within the meaning of paragraph 3(2)(c) of the Charities Act 2011 of the Parliament of the United Kingdom;
(c)    the provision of a public non-state jurisdiction;
(d)    the protection of the orbital and celestial environments, including by way of removal of space junk;
(e)    developing and maintaining astronomical and meteorological observations, space craft, satellites, space stations and extraterrestrial structures;
(f)    the provision of quarantine facilities, or support for quarantine and managed isolation facilities, for:
(i)    Australian Citizens and permanent residents of Australia, their dependants and immediate family members;
(ii)    persons coming to Australia to receive or provide a health or educational service; and
(iii)    persons entering Australia for a compassionate or humanitarian purpose, or whose entry would be in the national interest.

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Statute or Instrument Number and year Assent Commencement Application, saving and transitional provisions
Constitution Adoption 2021 No. 1, 2021 11 Jan 2021 1 Feb 2021 (gaz 2021,p. 1)
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348.   This section adopts ‘novel charitable purposes’ as objects.  However, if an object that is declared for the purposes of this subsection, being for the public benefit, is not a charitable purpose under the Charities Act 2013, the objects of Urabba Parks shall not include the object but include the advocacy of the inclusion of the object as a charitable purpose, to the extent that it ultimately benefits a purpose that is currently a charitable purpose under the Charities Act 2013.  These novel charitable purposes include:

(A)   the advancement of religion, where ‘religion’ has the meaning affected by paragraph 3(2)(a) of the Charities Act 2011 of the Parliament of the United Kingdom;
(B)    the advancement of citizenship or community development within the meaning of paragraph 3(2)(c) of the Charities Act 2011 of the Parliament of the United Kingdom;
(C)    the provision of a public non-state jurisdiction;
(D)   the protection of the orbital and celestial environments, including by way of removal of space junk;
(E)    developing and maintaining astronomical and meteorological observations, space craft, satellites, space stations and extraterrestrial structures;
(F)     the provision of quarantine facilities, or support for quarantine and managed isolation facilities, for Australian Citizens and permanent residents of Australia, their dependants and immediate family members, persons coming to Australia to receive or provide a health or educational service and persons entering Australia for a compassionate or humanitarian purpose, or whose entry would be in the national interest.

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