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  • 3.4 For the purposes of section 93 of the Act, the amount of the annual contribution to the contingency reserve fund for the fiscal year following the first annual general meeting must be determined as follows:
  • (a) if the amount of money in the contingency reserve fund at the time of the first annual general meeting is less than 25% of the estimated operating expenses for the 12 month period set out in the interim budget, the annual contribution to the contingency reserve fund under the first annual budget must be at least 10% of the total amount budgeted for the contribution to the operating fund for the 12 month period covered by that budget;
  • (b) if the amount of money in the contingency reserve fund at the time of the first annual general meeting is at least 25% of the estimated operating expenses for the 12 month period set out in the interim budget, additional contributions to the contingency reserve fund may be made as part of the annual budget approval process after consideration of the depreciation report, if any, obtained under section 94 of the Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 238/2011, para. (b), sch. 1.]