Statutes

GOLF ASSOCIATION OF VOLUNTEERS – AVG –

CHAPTER I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

ARTICLE 1: PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF ACTION

The Association has the following purposes, cultural and sporting character, non-profit and not-occupation policy issues:

a) The dissemination and practice of volunteering for golf tournaments.
b) The national and international cooperation with other agencies and organizations that understand the same terms.
c) Training of members and partners for the above purposes.

To fulfill these purposes will be made to the activities listed below, plus all those not described in the meaning and scope of the Association:

Dissemination and practice of voluntary courses

Organize campaigns to disseminate the values ​​of the Association.
Carry out recruitment and selection processes of Volunteers.
Organize training courses.

Areas of Action and Intervention

Participation as a Volunteer Golf Tournament Professionals and Amateurs.
Participation as a partner in the development of the Golf Tournament.
Use the media to disseminate our work.
Allow actions outside the Spanish territory.

ARTICLE 2: NAME AND DURATION

The Association shall be called “GOLF ASSOCIATION OF VOLUNTEERS – AVG -” and will be in effect indefinitely.

ARTICLE 3: HOME AND GEOGRAPHICAL

REWRITE: By change of registered office (Adopted at the General Meeting of the day 9-4-15)

The Association establishes its registered office in Madrid, at Paseo de la Castellana No. 159 – 2nd Floor – 28046 – MADRID and the territory in which will make especially its activities is, in the whole Spanish State, which may establish the local offices as it deems appropriate. It may also act in other countries, by setting out cooperation agreements necessary for the development of voluntary activities of Golf.

CHAPTER II. GOVERNING BODIES

ARTICLE 4: GENERAL PROVISIONS

The Association is governed by the following bodies:

General Assembly of the Association.
Board of Directors.

ARTICLE 5: GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Composition and constitution call

The General Assembly is the supreme organ of the Association. It is composed of all members who are part of it, and its decisions are binding on all partners, including absentees, dissident or disabled.

The Ordinary General Assembly shall meet at least once a year. Members must be invited, with at least 15 days or 5 days in case of emergency. The Assembly shall be chaired by the President or in his absence the Vice President.

The Extraordinary General Assembly shall have the same powers as the Ordinary and will be held at the proposal of the President of the Board or when requested by a number of shareholders representing at least one-tenth of the total number of partners. The Extraordinary General Assembly shall be chaired by the President or in his absence the Vice President.

Notices of General Meetings shall be in writing suffices to written communication or e-mail stating the place, date and time of the meeting and the agenda, with specific expression of the matters under consideration.

The General Assembly shall be validly constituted at the first call when half plus one of the partners and in second call whatever number the same.

Partners entitled to vote who can not attend the assembly, whether ordinary or extraordinary, they may delegate their vote by a written statement showing the name, surname and membership number and the absent partner’s name and membership number in whom delegates, and the signature of both.

Functions

Attributed to the General Assembly the following functions:

Election of Chairman of the Board, for a period of two years, who in turn appoint the members of the same.
Receive the annual report of the Board on its activities.
Receive the report on annual income and expenditure.
Agree on the performance of all publications related to its purposes as agreed.
Set the regular contributions of members.
Amendments to the Statutes.
Dissolution of the Association.
Expulsion of members, a proposal from the Board.
Federations Constitution or integration in them.
Approval of the actions to be taken by the association.

Adoption of resolutions

The resolutions of the General Assembly shall be by majority vote, except in cases of amendment of these Statutes or dissolution of the Association, in which cases they will require two-thirds of the members present at the event.

The deliberations and resolutions of the Assembly, ordinary or extraordinary, shall be recorded in a minute book, signed by the President and Secretary.
The resolutions adopted shall be notified to all members present voting in the Assembly no.

ARTICLE 6: THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Composition and constitution call

The Board is composed of the following members to be appointed by the President appointed by the General Assembly for a period of two years:

A President
A Vice
A Secretary
A Treasurer

REWRITE: (Adopted at the General Meeting of the day 9-4-15)

Vowels in number from one to six.

Members of the Board may withdraw by voluntary resignation communicated in writing to the Board for breach of the obligations were assigned and expiry of the mandate.

Members of the Board who have exhausted the time for which they were elected, continued to hold office until the time of acceptance occurs replace them.

The positions within the Board will be free and honorable.

The Board shall be validly constituted at the first call when it most of its members. In the second call will be sufficient for at least a third of its members and in any event, the President, the Vice President or the Secretary.

The Board shall be convened by its President two days before at least the date of celebration. It may also be convened at the request of three or more members.

The Board also will be considered valid when all members are present but there was no prior announcement mediated.

REWRITE: (Adopted at the General Meeting of the day 9-4-15)

It was also agreed that any bank arrangement shall be signed by the President and at least one other board member, to do the signatures be collected in the organ.

Functions

The Board manages the affairs of the Association towards fulfilling its ends, having the highest powers within the Act and these Bylaws set.

The Board is also responsible for organizing social activities and admission of new members in the Association, who in any case shall meet the qualifications for that purpose may be appropriate. When the Board resolved in the negative the application by a candidate or candidates, the decision may be appealed to the General Assembly at its most immediate.

Adoption of resolutions

For the valid adoption by the Board it will require at least the presence of its Chairman or Vice Chairman in his absence, plus at least two members and that their agreements are valid should be taken by majority vote. In case of tie votes, the Chairman or in his absence the Deputy Chairman shall be of quality.

ARTICLE 7: PRESIDENT

The President legally represents the Association before any kind of public or private organizations, convenes and presides and closing of meetings held by the General Assembly and Board of Directors and directs the proceedings of one another; orders and authorize payment by signing documents, records and correspondence; adopt any urgent measures that good advice progress of the Association or the development of their activities is necessary or desirable, subject to later realize the Board.

ARTICLE 8: VICE PRESIDENT

The Vice President in his absence, caused by illness or other cause, shall have the powers to him.

ARTICLE 9: SECRETARY

The Secretary shall issue certifications, shall maintain the association must be legally established and to keep the documentation of the organization, making communications are entered on the appointment of boards and other social arrangements to the corresponding registers registrable as well as the presentation of annual accounts and documentary obligations under the terms legally appropriate.

ARTICLE 10: TREASURER

The Treasurer shall be the depository of the Association, signed receipts, authorize payments and keep the books. During the first quarter of each year, enter into a balance sheet and income and expense accounts, which shall inform all partners

ARTICLE 11: VOICE

The Members shall have the duties of their office as members of the Board of Directors, as well as those born of delegations or working committees that the Board of parcels.

ARTICLE 12: VACANCIES

Vacancies that may occur during the term of any member of the Board shall be provisionally covered by such members or new designation by the President.

CHAPTER III. PARTNERS

ARTICLE 13: MEMBERSHIP CLASSES

The minimum age for membership is 18 years. Within the Association there will be the following classes of members:
a) Founder members: shall be those involved in the act of incorporation of the Association.
b) MEMBERS OF ISSUE: will be entering after the establishment of the Association.
c) Honorary members: shall be as per their prestige or for having contributed so relevant to the dignity and development of the Association, to become worthy of such distinction. The appointment of honorary members shall be for the Board.

ARTICLE 14: RIGHTS OF PARTNERS

Members of the Association holds the following rights:

Assistance with voice and vote at the General Assembly.
Being chosen by the President as a member of the Board.
Participate in all activities undertaken by the Association.
Use the flags that identify you as a member of it.
Board Exposing few complaints, suggestions or requests for information about the Association deems necessary for the proper functioning of the

ARTICLE 15: Duties

To comply with these statutes and the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly and Board of Directors and the Internal Regulations which in his case was prepared by Board and approved by the General Assembly.
Contribute to the maintenance of the Association by paying appropriate fees to be determined at the AGM.
Personal and cooperate actively in the development of the activities of the Association as well as appear in any actions to study and social activities carried out by it.
Perform the duties inherent to the position they occupy.

ARTICLE 16: LOST Associate Status

Membership shall be lost.
1 .- The voluntary resignation communicated in writing.
2 .- The default of payment, prior to their claim.
3 .- The expulsion decided by the General Assembly the report of the President. The agreement should motivate expulsion, based on the loss of any legal requirements, statutory or in the internal rules provided for the purpose or actions contrary to the interests, goals and image of the Association. The expulsion will need prior warning except in the event that the conduct or performance is rated as very serious.

ARTICLE 17: THE RIGHT OF SEPARATION FROM PARTNER

Members may be separated from the Association at any time upon written notice to the Board without right to reimbursement of membership fees to the Association had paid.

CHAPTER IV. THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL SYSTEM

ARTICLE 18: HERITAGE OF THE ASSOCIATION

The partnership has no assets at the time of drafting these statutes, and in the future will consist of:
a) The economic contributions of the members approve the General Assembly.
b) donations or grants that may be perceived.
c) The economic results that can produce the events organized.
d) Income, fruit or interest of their heritage.
The total revenue to be applied to fulfill its social goals.

ARTICLE 19: POWER OF DISPOSITION

The Association may encumber and dispose of movable or immovable property, borrow money, provided they meet the following requirements:
a) such transactions are agreed by a majority of two thirds of General Assembly.
b) The proceeds from the sale is invested entirely in the interests of the Association and it directly affects.

CHAPTER V. DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION

ARTICLE 20: CAUSES OF DISSOLUTION

The Association shall be dissolved voluntarily when so decided by the General Assembly, convened for the purpose by a majority of 2 / 3 of the members.
Dissolution will cause failure to exercise any activity for a period of at least two years as well as physically unable to comply with the objectives and social goals.

ARTICLE 21: SETTLEMENT OF THE ASSOCIATION

In case of dissolution, the members of the Board shall act as liquidating commission which, once extinguished debt, and if there is excess liquid was destined to end not detract from its non-profit nature.

Additional provision

In all matters not provided for in these Regulations shall apply the Organic Law 1 / 2002 of 22 March on the Right of Association, and supplementary provisions.

For the purposes stated in Organic Law 1 / 2002 of March 22 and the requirements for registration in the Register of Associations of the Community of Madrid, the promoters of this Golf Association Volunteers – AVG – signing these bylaws approved duplicate each and every one of your pages.

Signed. Fernando Mena de Piniés

Signed. Antonio Pérez Garcia

Signed. Cristina Martínez Felipe

Signed. Francisco José Moreno Rodríguez

 

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