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Why Vanuatu?
The Concept of Our Land
How Do I Become a Landholder and Build my Vacation Home?
How was the Club Established and What is its Legal Basis?
What are the Rights and Obligations of Membership?
What are the Committees and their Functions?
And if I Decide to Sell my Membership?
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Who Wants to Become a Member?
Application for Membership
  What are the Committees and their Functions?
 
  • As a Member, you have an equal right to vote and be elected to serve any role at the Club. The principle is, one Member one vote, regardless how many memberships an individual holds.

  • The Management Committee has a central role, making decisions about how to invest the Members' common funds. Every Member will receive an annual report detailing its activities, including formal financial statements.

  • Other committees will be created as the Members deem necessary. The basic aims of all committees are to manage the Club's common resources so as to increase the value and enjoyment of the land held by Members and the community as a whole and to enhance Members' lifestyles and social well-being. Further, where the Members may collectively decide for the Club to support non-profit activities, such as cultural exchanges and education programs, and a committee will be set up to administer those.

  • While it is expected that Club activity will create employment for some Members, it is fundamental that the Club will be run in an efficient manner. The overriding aim of all Club activities is to use the Club's resources for the benefit of the Members as a whole, together with specific approved activities aimed at helping our indigenous Vanuatu neighbours.

  • The first projects will be to establish a permanent Club office and a social meeting place in Tokyo, conceived as a Vanuatu CafE The Club may decide to create offices or meeting places in other cities where the number of Members warrant.

  • Whenever Club activities yield profits, those profits too will be used in Vanuatu or Japan for the welfare of the Members and our Vanuatu neighbours, as decided by the Club's democratically-elected committees.

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