(Approved by the CSLA Board of Directors on 29 May 2014.)
The responsibility for invoicing and collecting lies with the Executive Director, the Finance Committee and the CSLA bookkeeper.
The purpose of the CSLA Policy and Procedure on Invoicing is to establish standards for invoicing, account collections and to ensure consistency in the way all but particularly overdue invoices are managed.
This procedure will apply to all all CSLA issued invoices.
Policy on Invoicing
Customers shall be invoiced when the service/product is provided by the CSLA.
Customers are responsible for paying the full amount specified on the invoice.
All invoices are due upon receipt.
Members who have not paid their invoice by the Society’s next Annual General Meeting will not be eligible to vote.
Failure to receive an invoice does not release a customer from their responsibility to pay. CSLA’s records of the date of mailing an invoice shall be conclusive evidence of the date of rendering.
Policy on Members’ Standing
Regular Members in good standing are landscape architects who are members of Components or members in Affiliate membership categories approved for Society membership.
Members in good standing are defined as:
Members in good standing may
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