Statutes "Castellans - unsolicited circular music bever liked eV"
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§ 1 - Name, location, legal form
The association bears the name "Castellans - unsolicited circular bever music like" and should be entered in the register, after registration, he shall bear the suffix "eV". The seat of the association is Horstel. Mailing address is the address of the Chairman. The fiscal year of the Association shall be the calendar year.
§ 2 - Purpose of the Association
Purpose of the association is to promote performance opportunities for music groups, in particular the promotion of European folk music culture in the regional space. The association serves the development and promotion of free amateur artistic work in the field of music as well as related initiatives, models and projects in the artistic and cultural education area. The purpose of the association is achieved in particular by non-businesslike placement of bands and performance opportunities of the organization and implementation of cultural events, including in cooperation with associations and initiatives with similar objectives in the regional space. The association pursues exclusively and directly non-profit and charitable purposes within the meaning of section "tax purposes of the Tax Code." Funds may only be used for statutory purposes. The Association is active, it does not primarily pursue their own economic purposes. The members receive no dividends or other payments from the funds of the Association, a member also receives a remuneration for artistic or organizational services by the Association. All holders of club offices are volunteers. Will they work as a contractor of the association, as an agency agreement is complete. No person may benefit from expenditures that are related to the purpose of the association or from disproportionately high remuneration. The association is politically and religiously neutral. A legal entitlement to benefits by association does not exist. The self-determination of the members to look for.
§ 3 - Acquisition of membership
Member of the Association may be any natural or legal person. On the written request of the Board. Minors can become members only upon presentation of a written consent of the legal representative.
§ 4 - Termination of Membership
Membership ends with the death of the member, by voluntary resignation or expulsion from the Association. The voluntary withdrawal is made by written notice to the Board. He is allowed to end with a notice period of 2 weeks. Donations and membership fees are non-refundable. The Member Assembly may by resolution expel a member from the Association for gross violation of the association's interests. The exclusion will be notified to the Member with written notice. Previously, the opportunity to comment to give. The same applies to Post residue despite reminders.
§ 5 - membership fees
Of the members (individuals and legal entities) contributions are made, the level of membership is determined at the Annual General Meeting.
§ 6 - Organs of the Association
Bodies of the Association are the Board and the General Assembly.
§ 7 - The Executive Board
The Board consists of the chairman, his deputy, the treasurer and the secretary. Board within the meaning of § 26 BGB, the chairman and his deputy. Both represent the Association in court and out of court. Both have sole power of representation. The Board is responsible for the affairs of the association, unless they are transferred to another body by the statutes of the association. The members of the Board: the Chairman, the Deputy Chairman, the Treasurer and the Secretary shall be elected by the General Assembly for a term of two years. (Exception: Deputy and Secretary are elected at the founding meeting for a year.) The chairman and the treasurer in the even years, the deputy and the secretary is to ensure a continuous work on the board elected in odd years. The first chairman must be a club membership of at least one year of related work. The Management Board shall take its decisions by a majority of its members.
§ 8 - Rights of Members
All members of the Association are entitled to use the facilities of the Association in accordance with the statutes and the decisions of the organs of the association decisions and arrangements made and where no legal provisions prohibit this, take part in the events of the association. Each full-time member has active and passive right to vote and to vote at the general meeting. The young members have the right to participate in the general meetings, as far as the "Law for the Protection of Young People in Public" allows this.
§ 9 - Obligations of Members
All members have to comply with the profits arising from the Statute, in particular from the purpose of the association duties. They are obliged to promote the interests of the Association to the best of their ability and to refrain from doing anything which the reputation and the purpose of the association could be jeopardized. Members are obliged to follow the decisions of the organs of the association decisions and arrangements.
§ 10 - The General Assembly
The Annual General Meeting shall be convened at least once per year by the Board subject to a term of two weeks in writing, stating the agenda. An extraordinary general meeting shall be called if a written request is received at the Board, which must be signed by at least one third of all members of the association. Each member has one vote in the Assembly. The chairman or a deputy appointed by him directs the General Assembly. The chairman of the meeting shall appoint a secretary. The minutes shall be signed by the chairman and the secretary. It contains the time and place of the meeting, the participants, the agenda, voting results and the method of voting. The General Assembly shall take decisions by a simple majority of the valid votes cast. Abstentions are not counted. In the first general meeting a business user and order are created and resolved.
§ 11 - Auditors
The general meeting for a term of 2 years, two auditors. The auditors are alternately choose, so that each year a new auditor is to be selected. A direct re-election of each retiring cash auditor is not possible. To the Auditors shall be responsible for the accounts. They give the extended board noted the results of their respective inspections and report to the General Assembly report.
§ 12 - Dissolution of the Association
In case of dissolution of the association, the available funds go to the home club Bevergern, if it is recognized as a charitable organization at this time. Should this not be the case, the assets will be applied to another date to be determined, charitable purpose within the meaning of the Tax Code. The ability to use an appropriate manner the association's purpose. A resolution can only be performed by a qualified majority in the General Assembly.
§ 13 - Entry into force of the Statute
This constitution was at 04 Established in July 2004 and approved by the undersigned.