The CAA Constitution, which became effective December 3, 1993 in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, comprises of ten (10) Articles which are the established precedents according to which the CAA is governed. The Constitution sets out the objectives of the Association and the means by which such objectives can be realised. It provides a set of guidelines or rules about how the Association’s business should be managed, including:
- The composition of its Executive Council
- The duties and responsibilities of Executive Council
- The classes of Membership
- The management of the Association’s finances
The Constitution can only be amended at the Annual General Meeting of the CAA.