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Constitution clauses

Constitution clauses

11 October 2017

Changes are coming in Incorporated Society law. In the meantime, all NSOs are required to have at the constitutional level a commitment to anti-doping and integrity in sport (match-fixing).

The document should have simple clauses stating the organisation's commitment. Full policies will exist at the operational level.


[NSO] recognises and respects the Drug Free Sport New Zealand Sport Anti-Doping Rules. All relevant persons are bound by them to the extent they are applicable, as outlined by the [NSO] Anti-doping policy/regulations/by-laws.

Anti-Match-Fixing and related corruption

[NSO] is committed to protecting the integrity and reputation of [sport]. All relevant persons are bound by the [NSO] Anti-Match-Fixing policy/regulations/by-laws which describe all prohibited conduct and the breach resolution process.

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