Organizational and operational rules
ORGANIZATIONAL AND OPERATING RULES OF THE ASSOCIATION OF THE CONSTITUENTS
I. GENERAL PART
Name of the Association: Blind and Visually Impaired Csongrád County Association
The seat of the Association is 6721 Szeged, Bocskai street 11.
The court registration order no. and dated: Pk. 60156/2004 / 5,2004.12.07.
Tax Administration Number of the Association: 18473951-1-06
The starting assets of the Association: 0, - Ft.
II. THE PURPOSE OF THE ASSOCIATION
The aim of the Association is to provide its members with the individual and collective interests of their members, including the possibility of expressing their interests in the interests of their members, creating opportunities to enforce them and provide their advocacy.
III. THE REGISTER AND MEMBERSHIP OF THE ASSOCIATION
The status of the Association is a separate legal entity.
Forms of Association membership:
b supporting membership.
The candidate may apply for membership of the Association by submitting a duly completed and signed entry declaration and an attached certificate. The statement - if a legal entity requests its admission - must be accompanied by a justification of the legal person on who may act as a representative in the membership of the Association.
The records of the Association shall be governed by the rules of book keeping applicable to it. Donations to the Association are recorded at book value, and in the absence thereof, they are recorded at the usual market price. Non-cash contributions are, according to the Presidency's decision, to be treated in the most expedient way, used and safeguarded.
The Association may receive subsidies from the subsystems of public finances, with the exception of normative support, only on the basis of a written contract. The contract must specify the terms and conditions for the settlement of the subsidy. Subsidies from subsystems of public finances can not be used to cover the loan or repay the loan.
The Association is independent of parties and other political organizations and does not seek or accept support from or to support them. The Association does not engage in political activities, does not support or support a parliamentary or European representative, county and local elections. The nomination of a local or national minority self-government election by a national minority body as defined by separate law and the nomination of the mayor shall not be considered as a direct political activity.
ARC. METHOD OF USING THE SUCCESSFUL LIABILITY
Provision of the Assets of the Association is subject to the Presidency. The assets of the Association, its interests and the grants can be used in full in order to achieve the aims of the Association.
The Association can provide subsidies on the basis of individual requests or tenders.
You can apply for the Association for any purpose. The application must not contain any conditions from which, by considering all the circumstances of the case, it can be stated that the application has a predetermined winner (implied bid). Shared tenders can not serve as the basis for the intended benefit.
The Association may also engage in entrepreneurial activity, but it may not be the main activity of the Association. The Association conducts business activities only for the purpose of achieving its public benefit goals, and does not endanger them. You will not be able to share your results during your business, use it for activities in association goals.
V. THE ORGANIZATION AND POWERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
V.1. The organs of the Association
V.1.1. Bodies of the Association:
a) General Assembly,
c) Supervisory Board
d) Nomination Committee.
V.1.2. Officers of the Association:
• Vice President,
• Board members,
• Members of the Supervisory Board.
The General Assembly is the sum of the members, the supreme body of the Association.
The Presidency shall ensure the implementation of the Association's management system in accordance with current legislation. The Bureau is the general adjudicating body of the Association.
V.1.3. Representation of the Association
The president of the association is entitled to the independent, general representation of the Association, unless otherwise provided in the founding document.
V.1.3.1. Operation of the General Assembly
The General Assembly may be ordinary and extraordinary. The Annual General Meeting is held annually by the Association. The Bureau shall convene the Extraordinary General Meeting to take the necessary measures if the assets of the Association do not cover the debts owed, the Association is not expected to be able to pay the debts upon due date if the achievement of the Association's objectives is endangered. The Bureau may convene an Extraordinary General Meeting if the Bureau deems it necessary and will take a decision if the Court so decides that 1/3 of the members are required to indicate the reason and the purpose if the Supervisory Board intends to convene the meeting.
The General Meeting is convened by the Chairman in writing. A convocation is considered to be regular if members are notified in writing at least fifteen days prior to the date of the meeting and are given a description of the subject matter of the meeting. Meetings of the General Assembly are public.
The General Assembly has a quorum if at least half of those entitled to vote are present. If the otherwise convened General Assembly is unqualified due to the number of members lower than required, the repeated General Meeting may be convened on the same day, at the same venue, with the same agenda, 15 minutes later, which has a quorum, irrespective of the members. The unquestioned General Assembly, even if the conditions so far have been made, will only become quorative if the Members' attention is drawn in advance to the original invitation.
The invitation to the original General Meeting shall state the circumstances of the repeated general meeting: its date, venue and the quorum for the original agenda, regardless of the number of persons present.
At the General Assembly, the Chairperson or the designated person shall preside in the event of the President being prevented from attending.
At the General Assembly, proposals may be submitted to the President of the Association at least one day before the General Assembly. Participants in the Assembly may decide by simple majority to include further proposals on the agenda.
A vote is taken on the meeting of the General Assembly, which must be written in writing within 15 days of the meeting, which is certified by the President of the General Assembly and the General Assembly by two members invited by the Chair.
The General Assembly's decisions are usually made by open vote, by simple majority. Voting is the omission of the resolution proposal. The General Assembly may order a secret ballot to present the president or to initiate one third of the members. In personal matters, voting is always secret.
The decision of the General Assembly and the Presidium of the Association shall not be taken by a person who is or is a close relative of his (Ptk. 8: 1st § 1 (1)], his relative: his partner [Para. 8: 1st § (1) subsection 2], his sister (s. 8: 1st (4)] on the basis of the decision
(a) is exempt from liability or liability, or
(b) has any preference or is otherwise interested in the legal transaction to be concluded. No Benefit in the form of a non-monetary service offered by the Association in the context of the purposeful Benefits of the Association, or by a member of the Association on the basis of the membership relationship, is an advantage in the sense of the Articles of Association.
You may not be the chairman or member of the Supervisory Board or the auditor of the person who
(a) is a member of the Association's Chair or of the Bureau;
b) he / she is in the other relationship with the Association in the performance of his / her employment other than his / her mandate, unless otherwise provided by law;
c) receive the purposeful benefit of the Association, except in the case of non-cash services which may be exercised without any restriction and the allowance granted by the member of the Association on the basis of the membership relationship, in accordance with the Articles of Association;
(d) close relatives or relatives of persons specified in points (a) to (c).
The senior officer and close relative or relative of the Association can not be elected at the same time as a member of the Supervisory Board, the Nomination Committee and the Bureau.
For a period of three years following the termination of the public benefit organization, no other public benefit organization may be a person who has been in a public benefit organization for at least one year before the end of the term of office, for a period of at least one year, without the legal successor of the NTC tax or customs debt or where the NTC disclosed a significant tax disability or against whom a NTC closed-end measure was imposed or replaced by a fine or a NTC suspended or canceled by virtue of Art.
The senior officer or the person nominated shall be required to inform all relevant public benefit organizations in advance that he or she is simultaneously resident in another public benefit organization.
The minutes and records of the meetings of the General Assembly and the Bureau are always prepared, from which it is possible to determine the content, date and scope of their decisions, and the number of supporters and opponents of the decision (if possible). The minutes and records, as a record of the registration of decisions, shall be kept in the Association's records and stamped and numbered. The president of the Association is in charge of its continuous management.
Within two weeks of the date of the decision, the General Assembly and the Bureau shall make their decisions in writing and in a verifiable manner to the parties concerned and to make their views known at the headquarters of the Association.
Any documents relating to the operation of the Association can be inspected at any time at the Association's headquarters, at a pre-agreed date with the representative of the Association.
The General Assembly publishes, on the notice board or website of the association, the method of using the services of the Association, the possibilities of subsidies, the manner of operation and the extent and conditions thereof, as well as the professional financial report on the operation. Target Benefits provided by the Association are available to anyone.
The exclusive competence of the General Assembly:
a) Elects the Leadership Bodies of the Association: the Bureau, the Supervisory Board and the Nomination Committee;
b) decides on matters of importance to the Association presented by the Bureau and establishes the Association's position on the current issues that the Bureau has to represent;
c) approves or modifies the statutes or the electoral code;
d) determine the amount of membership fees due for the next calendar year;
e) discuss the motions put forward by the members;
f) merger with other civil society organizations and the dissolution of dissolution;
(g) accept the annual accounts of the managing bodies. The Association is obliged to prepare an accounting report and a public utility attachment at the same time as the annual report is approved. The General Meeting shall have sole discretion to adopt the Accounting Report and the Public Benefit Annex. The approval of the Annual Report of the Association shall be effected by the unanimous decision of the General Meeting at the same time as the Accounting Report and the Public Benefit Annex are adopted by 31 May of the year following the reference year;
(h) recalling officials and accepting their resignation.
V.1.3.2. The Bureau's work
The tasks related to the operational leadership of the Association are performed by the five-member Bureau. The members of the Bureau are members of the Chair, Vice-Chair, Presidency. The Bureau meeting may be invoked by other members, subject to its subject matter.
Bureau meetings are held as often as necessary, but at least every two months. Bureau meetings are convened by the President. A convocation is considered to be regular if the members are informed at least five working days before the date of the meeting and that they receive a description of the subject matter of the meeting. The Bureau meeting is quorate if there are at least three members of the board who are entitled to vote. Decisions are made by an open vote, by a simple majority. In the case of a tie, the draft resolution shall be deemed to be rejected. Meetings of the Bureau are public.
In the event of a declaration of invalidity, the Bureau shall be convened again within 15 days. Repeated meetings due to ineffectiveness can only be quorified if at least three members of the Bureau are present.
The Bureau shall decide on any matter that the Articles of Association do not refer to the exclusive competence of the General Assembly.
Tasks of the Bureau:
• carries out tasks related to the operational management of the Association;
• issues matters to the Assembly in matters concerning the Association;
• decide on membership issues;
• Accepts the member's written notification in the event of his intention to leave;
• the Bureau's decision to terminate membership;
• decide on the admission of the supporting member.
The Bureau announces its activities during the period between the two General Meetings before the General Assembly and its actions are approved by the General Assembly. The Bureau informs the members of the Association about its decisions at the General Assembly.
The Bureau decides on the denial of membership.
Reasons for exclusion:
• endangering the achievement of the goals of the Association with the activity or conduct of the member;
• after a one-year failure to pay the membership fee after the 90-day deadline for the request.
Officials of the Association: members of the Bureau, the chairman, the vice-president, the members of the Supervisory Board.
Officials are elected by the General Assembly. The term of office of the Chairperson shall be five years from the date of the election.
Tasks of the Chair:
a) conducting the General Meeting and the Bureau meetings,
b) organization of conferences and other events,
c) a request to validate the minutes of the General Assembly,
d) management of the operation of the Association,
(e) exercising the right to a voucher with the vice-president or the head of office,
f) prepares the meetings of the executive body, ensures its operation and ensures the implementation of the decisions, keeps its records continuously,
g) represent the Association.
The duties of the vice-president:
(a) the President acts as a consultant,
(b) in the event of an impediment of the Chair, it shall discharge the General Meeting and / or the Bureau's meeting,
c) informs the membership about the work of the association,
d) Exercising the right to make a purchase together with the chair or the head of the office
VI. THE SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE
With reference to the 2011 CLXXV. (1) of the Act, the Association shall establish a separate Supervisory Board, if the Association's annual income is fifty million HUF or the membership exceeds 100 persons.
It defines the organizational and procedural rules of the Supervisory Board.
The Supervisory Body is obliged to monitor the operation of the Association comprehensively in the whole range of cases, in particular
• considering the consistency of the decisions of the General Assembly with the Association's goals set out in the Articles of Association, taking into account the minutes of the General Meetings,
• The Annual Report of the Supervisory Board examines the regularity of the financial management activity and the balance sheet.
The Supervisory Board is entitled to:
• pursue a targeting if you see a threat to the realization of the association's objectives and to the regularity of financial management;
• Ask for information on the affairs of the Association, examine the business books, documents of the Association, the order of money management and ordering.
The Supervisory Board shall meet as necessary, but at least twice a year.
The members of the Supervisory Board are entitled to equal rights and obligations, in particular: they are entitled to control the operation and management of the Association, to request reports, information or clarification from the Presidency of the Association or its employees, to the books and documents of the Association, and to examine them. At the meeting of the General Assembly, it may participate in deliberations, in the event of violation of law or gross negligence, to inform the General Assembly and to convene it.
The meetings of the Supervisory Board are public and the minutes are numbered, and their resolutions are numbered.
The minutes include the seat, the time of the meeting, the names of the members present, the persons invited and the minutes leader, the agenda, the comments, the substantive decisions and their scope. The minutes must be kept in such a way that the proportion of supporters and opponents of the substantive decision can be established. Any member of the Supervisory Board is entitled to include in his minutes his / her name and his or her vote. The minutes are signed by the participating members at the meeting of the Supervisory Board.
The Supervisory Board monitors the operation and management of the public benefit organization. In doing so, you can request a report from the senior officers, request information or information from the employees of the organization, and access the books and documents of the public benefit organization and examine them.
A member of the Supervisory Body may attend and participate in the deliberations of the non-profit organization's board of directors when the statute or the instrument of incorporation so provides.
The Supervisory Board is obliged to inform the management body that is entitled to the action and to initiate a convocation if it becomes aware that
(a) during the operation of the organization, a violation of law or an otherwise serious offense (omission) of the interests of the organization, the elimination of which or the elimination or mitigation of its consequences necessitates the decision of the governing body responsible for the measure;
(b) the fact that the senior officials were responsible.
The lead body authorized to act must be convened at the request of the Supervisory Board within thirty days of its being convened. The Supervisory Board is entitled to convene the lead body when the deadline is not effective.
If the authorized body fails to take the necessary measures to restore legitimate operations, the Supervisory Board shall immediately notify the body responsible for legality.
VII. OTHER PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE ASSOCIATION
By performing the technical tasks related to the management of the Association's assets (finance, accounting, tax, etc.), the Presidency may outsource an external organization under a separate contract.
The Presidency decides on the use of the Assets of the Association. It determines the amount and the method of allocating the funds that can be used to execute the tasks listed in the Association's objectives each year.
The President exercises employer's rights over the employees of the Association. The President of the Association is entitled to determine the amount of basic salaries and reimbursement of employees.
The President and Vice-President of the Association (if represented) shall be entitled to stand alone signature on behalf of the Association, unless otherwise provided in the charter.
The president and the vice president have unlimited access to the Association's bank account. A representative of the Association may give a mandate to sign two major co-signatures.
The president and vice president of the Association is entitled to unlimited right of recourse. The Chairperson of the Association may grant a member of the Bureau in writing with a right of voucher for fixing any restrictions if it complies with the legal requirements.
The General Meeting shall have exclusive competence (if any) to the Association's financial and accounting auditing mandate.
The auditor's term of office is at least one year.
The extent of the remuneration of the auditor is determined by the General Meeting.
IX. FINAL PROVISIONS
This Organizational and Operating Code will enter into force on the date of its adoption.
Szeged, on June 25, 2014
The Rules were approved by the General Assembly of the Association on June 25, 2014 and found that these Rules are in force.
the president of the Association is the Vice-President of the Association