32. (1) The official list published by the Enrollment Commission and the Inuit register maintained by the General Secretariat shall, in the case of persons whose names are entered or recorded thereon pursuant to sections 12, 13 and 14, indicate the Inuit community to which such persons are affiliated.
(2) A person eligible pursuant to sections 12, 13 and 14 shall be affiliated:
(a) to the Inuit community in which he is accepted for enrollment by the Enrollment Commission; or
(b) after the Enrollment Commission has ceased to exist, to the Inuit community in which he or she is accepted for enrollment pursuant to section 14 or 30; or
(c) to the Inuit community to which one of his parents is affiliated, subject to subsections 3 and 4.
(3) A person eligible pursuant to sections 12, 13 and 14 shall not be affiliated to more than one Inuit community at any given time.
(4) A person born of parents who are affiliated to different Inuit communities shall be deemed affiliated to his father’s community. Upon attaining the age of majority, such person shall have the right to be enrolled in either community and shall notify the General Secretariat as to the community in which he wishes to be enrolled and, failing to do so, he shall remain a member of the father’s community.
(5) Whenever 2 persons affiliated to different Inuit communities marry they shall retain affiliation to their respective Inuit communities of origin.
(6) A person who is affiliated to one Inuit community may become affiliated to another Inuit community with the consent of the latter community. Such consent shall be given in the form of a resolution approved by a majority of the members of the board of directors of the Inuit community corporation of the latter Inuit community present at a meeting called for the purpose. Such resolution shall be forwarded forthwith to the local registry officer.
(7) Notwithstanding the foregoing, a person eligible pursuant to sections 12, 13 and 14 who has established permanent residence in an Inuit community for at least 3 years shall be entitled to be affiliated as of right to such community. This right shall extend to the spouse and minor unmarried children of such person.
(8) An Inuk person in each Inuit community shall be appointed as the local registry officer by the Government.
(9) Each local registry officer shall keep and maintain the Inuit community list and he shall forthwith notify the General Secretariat of all changes in the list necessitating changes in the Inuit register.