Association Statutes

STATUTES OF THE “DE LA VEGA MOSQUE” CULTURAL ASSOCIATION

CHAPTER 1

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1.- NAME AND NATURE

Under the name: CULTURAL ASSOCIATION “THE MOSQUE OF THE VEGA”, constitutes Atarfe (Granada), on October 16, 2010, an organization of associative and non-profit, under the provisions of article 22 of the Spanish Constitution, the Organic Law 1 / 2002 of 22 March on the Association Law, Decree 152/2002, of 21 May, the Ministry of Justice and Public Administration of the Government of Andalusia, on the approving the Regulation of organization and operation of the Register of Associations of Andalusia and other regulations consistent.The partnership scheme will be determined by the provisions of these statutes.

Article 2.- PERSONALITY AND ABILITY

The Association has established its own legal personality and full legal capacity and can carry, therefore, all acts necessary for the fulfillment of the purpose for which it was created, subject to the provisions of law.

Article 3.- NATIONALITY AND ADDRESS

Establishing the Association of Spanish nationality.

The registered office of the Association lies in: Camino de la Viñuela s / n 18230 ATARFE (Granada).

The address change will require the agreement of the General Assembly, convened specifically for that purpose, and the amendment of these statutes.

The agreement of the General Assembly shall be reported to the Registry of Associations within a month and takes effect only for both partners and for third parties, from registration to occur.

Article 4.- SCOPE OF ACTION

The territorial scope of action of the Association is nationally and internationally.

Article 5.- DURATION

The association is established for an indefinite period.

 

CHAPTER 2

OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSOCIATION

Article 6.- ENDS

The aims of the Association are:

1. Promoting actions of cultural activities aimed at local LMAN musu community, thus facilitating their integration.

2. Promotion and development of education for school-age youth, especially those with adjustment difficulties, through activities, entertainment, and leisure.

And for their achievement, their activity is directed primarily to:

a.Promote lectures, conferences, seminars, exhibitions and in general all what leads to a better understanding of the culture of Islam.

b.Promote and harmonize traditional and contemporary teaching, providing resources to improve the prospects of bringing young people to relevant training courses or work activity.

c.Improving the vocational training of the community through local craft shops.

d.Promote sports and leisure time to teach values ​​and group solidarity.

 

CHAPTER 3

GOVERNING BODIES AND METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION

 

SECTION 1

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MEMBERS

Article 7.- ASSEMBLY MEMBERS

The supreme and sovereign body of the Association is the General Partner or General Assembly, comprising all the partners are in full use of their social rights.

Adopts its decisions by majority or the principle of internal democracy and must meet at least once a year.

Assemblies can be both ordinary and extraordinary, in the form and powers set out in these Regulations.

Article 8.- EMPOWERMENT TO CONVENE MEETINGS

The meetings shall be convened by the President of the Association, on its own initiative, agreed by the Board or by petition signed by 25% of members.

Board agreed to convene a General Assembly, the President will convene later than fifteen calendar days to its conclusion, within thirty days from the date of the agreement.

The call request made by the partners will expressly contain the agenda of the meeting, including any supporting documents or information as may be necessary for the adoption of agreements, if such documentation or information has to be taken into account for this.

The request must be filed with the secretary of the Association, who will stamp a copy for delivery to the presenter of that.

The Secretary of the Association may, if satisfied the formal requirements (number of members, notice and documentation, if any), the President shall immediately so that, within fifteen days after its submission, the Assembly will convene held within the month following the date of filing.If the application adoleciere antecitados formal requirements, the Secretary shall not make a request, filed it with communication to the partner who heads the list, or signatures.

If not convening by the President within fifteen days thereafter, or convening by the Assembly within the time for celebration after the month of application, developers will be entitled to proceed with the convening of the General Assembly, stating those facts in the call, which shall be signed by the person to head the firms or listed on the application.

Article 9.- FORM CALL

The call made by the persons entitled thereto, in accordance with the provisions of the preceding article shall be communicated in advance of fifteen days the conclusion of the meeting and if any bulletin board, will be exhibited in directed it to advance.

The notice shall contain the agenda and the place, date and time of its conclusion.

The necessary documentation and information that has to be taken into account for the adoption of agreements will be available to partners in the Secretariat of the Association, with a minimum of fifteen days at the conclusion of the Assembly, which may be considered by those in the said Ministry.

Article 10.- ORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

a)    The Ordinary General Assembly be convened in January of each year, in order to address the following agenda:

b)    Reading and approval, if appropriate, the minutes of previous meeting (whether ordinary or extraordinary General Assembly.)

c)     Examination and approval, if any, of the previous year’s accounts.

d)    Examination and approval, if appropriate, by the Budget exercise.

e)    Consideration of the report of activities and approval, if appropriate, for the Board.

f)     Approval, if applicable, the Programme of Activities.

Article 11.- EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Outside the agenda items set forth in the preceding article for the adoption of any agreement will require the convening of an Extraordinary General Assembly, specifically to address the following aspects:

a)    Partial or total modification of the Statute.

b)    Dissolution of the Association.

c)     Appointment of the Board.

d)    Disposition and Sale of Goods.

e)    Constitution of a federation, confederation or union of associations or their integration and it if it exists already.

f)     Approval of change of address.

Article 12.- QUORUM

The first call Assemblies, both ordinary and extraordinary, shall be validly constituted, following a call made fifteen days before the meeting when they attend, present or represented one third of the members.

The second call assemblies require no quorum and will be incorporated with existing partners, regardless of them.

For computation of partners or number of total votes, the representations must be submitted to Mr. Secretary with immediacy at the beginning of the session.

The president and the secretary of the Assembly shall be appointed at the beginning of the meeting.

Article 13.- Adoption of Resolutions

The resolutions of the General Assembly shall be adopted by simple majority of those present or represented when the yeas outweigh the negatives.

However, require a qualified majority of those present or represented, that result when the affirmative votes exceed half the agreements on dissolution of the partnership, amend the Statutes, disposals of property and compensation of Board members Directive.

The resolutions of the General Assembly affecting the Association name, address, purpose and statutory activities, scope, appointing members of the Board, opening and closing of delegations, establishment of federations, confederations and unions, dissolution, or statutory amendments, be reported to the Registry of Associations for registration within one month after the agreement takes place.

Article 14.- Voting by proxy or representative

The representation or proxy shall be valid only for the session or call for the issuance, with no representation of any delegation or indefinite.

Will be recorded in writing, indicating the personal data and membership number of the delegator and represented, and signed and initialed by both.

No member may represent more than five partners in a common celebration of the Assembly.

Section 2

Of the Board

Article 15.- Board Composition, Duration

The Board is the collegiate governing body, representation and administration of the Association, without prejudice to the powers of the General Assembly as the sovereign body.

Shall consist of a minimum of four and a maximum of eight members.

It will last three years, its members may be reelected indefinitely.

Article 16.- of the charges

Among the members of the Board will proceed to the election of officers thereof, which shall be: President, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, and vocals.

The staff of office will therefore not be delegated to exercise the vote in the meetings of the Board.

Article 17.- Elections

To become a member of the Board shall be prerequisites of age, be in full possession of civil rights and does not fall within the grounds of incompatibility laid down in legislation.

Members of the Board shall be elected among the members, in Extraordinary General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of Section 11.

General Assembly convened for the appointment of the Board, the partners intend to exercise their right of eligibility, must file your notice with a notice at least twenty-four hours at the conclusion of the Assembly.

When a vacancy arises, tentatively, the Board may designate another member of the same for replacement until there is the choice of voice for the General Assembly at the first session to be convened.

Article 18.- Dismissal of Charges

Members of the Board cease in their respective positions for the following reasons:

a)    Death or declaration of death.

b)    Disability, disqualification or incompatibility, in accordance with the provisions of law or by court order.

c)     Of course the period of his mandate. However, until it is appropriate to the General Assembly following the election of the new board, that will continue in office, needing to express that character in how we were to sign documents according to their respective offices.

d)    Resignation.

e)    By resolution adopted with the statutory formalities, at any time, by the General Assembly.

f)     For the loss of membership.

The dismissals and appointments shall be reported to the Registry of Associations for proper consistency and advertising.

Article 19.- President

The Chairman should:

a)    To represent the Association in all kinds of people, authorities and public or private entities.

b)    Convening meetings of the Board and General Assembly, chairing, direct its discussions, suspend and terminate the sessions.

c)     Implement the resolutions of the Board and General Assembly, though it can do all kinds of acts and contracts and sign documents necessary for that purpose, notwithstanding that for every body in the exercise of its powers to adopt resolutions is expressly empowered to run any other member of the Board.

d)    Observe and enforce the agreements of the Board and General Assembly.

e)    Sort expenses and payments of the Association.

f)     To settle the tie with his vote.

g)    To approve the minutes and certifications of the resolutions of the Board and General Assembly.

h)    Exercise any other duties that are inherent in his capacity as Chairman of the Board and the Association.

Article 20.- Vice President

Vice President shall perform the functions of President in office falls vacant due to absence or illness, may also act on behalf of the Association in cases where so decided by the Board or General Assembly, under the agreements.

Article 21.- Secretary

The Secretary of the Board the following functions:

a)    Attend meetings of the Board and Assembly and to draft and approve the minutes of those.

b)    Make the call for meetings of the Board and the Assembly, by order of the President, and citations of the conference members and partners of it.

c)     Give immediate notice to the President of the request to call made ​​by the partners as provided in Article 8 of these Regulations.

d)    Receive the communication acts of members of the Board with respect thereto and the partners and, therefore, notification, data requests, rectifications, certificates or any other kind of writings of which must have knowledge.

e)    Prepare the dispatch of business, and therefore the relevant documentation had to be used or taken into account.

f)     Issue certificates of approved agreements and any other certifications, with the approval of the President, and reports as may be necessary.

g)    Have under its responsibility and custody of the Archives, documents and books of the Association, except for / the books.

h)    Any other duties inherent to their status as secretary

In cases of absence or illness and, in general, when any cause, the Secretary shall be replaced by the vocal minority.

Article 22.- Treasurer

The Treasurer should:

a)    Raising the funds of the association, guard them and invest them in the manner determined by the Board.

b)    Make payments, with the approval of the President.

c)    Interfere with their signature all documents of receipts and payments, with the assent of the President.

d)    The keeping of accounting records and compliance with tax obligations on time and form, of the Association.

e)    The preliminary draft budget for approval by the Board for submission to the General Assembly. In the same procedure shall be according to State Auditor General to annual approval by the Assembly.

f)     Any other condition attached to his treasurer, responsible for economic and financial management.

Article 23.- The members

It is for the members:

a)    Receive the notice of Board meeting scheduled in advance by these statutes, it contains the agenda.

b)    Participate in discussion sessions.

c)     Exercise their right to vote and make his dissenting opinion, and express the meaning of their vote and the reasons justifying it.

d)    Formulate questions and answers.

e)    Obtain the information necessary for the fulfillment of its functions may be assigned.

Article 24.- Takeovers

The Board may appoint general or special.

The general powers of attorney and revocation shall be filed with the Registrar of Associations, for registration, if applicable.

Article 25.- Call for sessions

  1. For the valid constitution of the Board, for the purpose of holding meetings, discussions and adoption of agreements, must be present in half of its members requiring necessarily the presence of the President and the Secretary or those who replace them.
  2. The Board shall meet at least once a quarter and as often as necessary for the proper conduct of the Association, call issued by the President, on his own initiative or any of its members.
  3. The call, with its formal elements (agenda, venue and date.) Will come with a minimum of 48 hours of its conclusion.
  4. Resolutions shall be adopted by simple majority of the votes cast, the President’s vote settled in case of a tie.
  5. Any agreement may be taken not on the agenda, except that, being present all the Members of the Board of Directors unanimously agree.
  6. Also be validly constituted the Board without prior notice when being present each and every one of the members shall be so decided unanimously as mentioned in paragraph in the agreements. The boards thus constituted shall be known as Universal Board.
  7. The sessions of the Board may assist those with advisory functions, previously referred or invited by the President, with voice but no vote for improved success in their deliberations.

Article 26.- Competence

The Board shall have the following powers:

a)    To prepare the Business Plan.

b)    Provide general or special powers of attorney.

c)     Organize and develop the activities approved by the General Assembly.

d)    To approve the Proposed Budget for final adoption by the General Assembly.

e)    To approve the statement prepared by the Treasurer for final approval, if necessary, by the General Assembly.

f)     Creation of working committees as it deems appropriate for the development of the mandated functions and activities approved, as well as any other issues arising from compliance with social goals.These committees regulate their internal operation in the form to be agreed by them in his first inaugural sitting.

Article 27.- of the obligations and responsibilities of board members

The obligations of the members of the Board, without limitation, execute and enforce the purposes of the association, attend meetings that are called, perform the duties with due diligence of a loyal representative and comply with their performances as determined in the existing legal provisions and these Statutes.

Members of the Board be liable to the Association of the damages caused by actions contrary to the law or the Constitution or by negligently made.Be exempt from responsibility those who are unfavorable to the agreement expressly for such acts or has not participated in its adoption.

Article 28.- Free nature of charge

Members of the Board shall hold office for free, but in no case may receive remuneration for the performance of their duties, without prejudice to the right to be reimbursed expenses incurred in the exercise of the charges, provided they are duly justified .

 

Section 3

Provisions common to the bodies

Article 29.- of minutes

a)    In each session to conclude the General Assembly and Board of Directors shall be recorded by the Registrar, specifying the quorum necessary for the valid constitution (in the case of the Board is necessarily specify the attendees), the agenda of the meeting The circumstances of place and time that have been held, the main points of discussions and the content of the resolutions adopted.

b)    The record shall contain, at the request of the respective members and / or members voting against the resolution adopted, abstention and the reasons which justify or direction of their vote. Also, any member is entitled to apply for full transcript of his speech or proposal, provided input on the spot or within forty-eight hours the text that corresponds closely to his speech, thus becoming in the minutes or joining copy to it.

c)     The minutes were approved at the same or the next session, however may issue the certificate on the Secretary-specific agreements have been adopted, without prejudice to the subsequent approval of the minutes.

d)    The certificates issued resolutions adopted prior to the approval of the minutes are to state expressly that circumstance.

e)    The minutes shall be signed by the Secretary and countersigned by the President.

Article 30.- agreements challenge

The resolutions of the General Assembly and the Board may be contested before the civil courts in the manner established by law.

The members may challenge the resolutions and proceedings of the association as they deem contrary to the laws within forty days from the date of adoption thereof, urging the amendment or revocation and the appropriate preventive suspension, or accumulated both claims procedures established by the Civil Procedure Act.

In both contests are resolved internal order that may arise in the partnership, the registration record requests that are made about controversial issues will only result in temporary notes.

 

Chapter 4

Admission procedure and loss of quality of partner

Article 31.- acquisition of membership

To become a partner is required to be natural or legal person, and be interested in the aims of the Association.

Individuals must be adults or emancipated minors with full capacity to act or not subject to any legal status for the practice of law.

All children under fourteen years unemancipated require the consent, documented accredited by the persons to fill its capacity.

The associative nature of legal persons require the express agreement of the competent body, and institutional in nature, the agreement of its governing body.

Article 32.- loss of membership

Membership shall be forfeited by any of the following reasons:

a)    By the free will of the partner.

b)    By default three successive contributions.

c)     A material breach of these statutes or agreements validly adopted by the governing bodies.

In the case of point a) of this Article, will be presenting written waiver filed with the Secretary of the Association.The effects will be automatic from the date of submission.

To operate the cause b) will require the issuance of the certificate Treasurer discovered, signed under President .- The effects will be from its notification to the defaulting shareholder cover, and necessarily the loss of membership .

Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, the member who has lost that status by that cause, be rehabilitated if, within six months of notification, paid in respect of fees due and the period from that time until the application for readmission over a penalty for a monthly fee. After the specified time limit shall not admit new membership application.

To operate the cause c) will be essential, according to the General Assembly adopted by 2 / 3 the number of votes validly cast, motivating enough.

 

Chapter 5

Rights and duties of members.

Article 33.- Rights

The rights of the partners:

a)    Participate in the activities of the association and the governing and representative bodies, to exercise the right to vote and to attend the General Assembly, in accordance with the statutes.

b)    Be informed about the composition of governing and representative bodies of the association, its balance and development of their business.

c)     Be heard prior to the disciplinary action against him and be informed of the events giving rise to such measures, the agreement must be reasoned that, if appropriate, impose the penalty.

d)    Access to the documentation of the association through the Board.

e)    Using the property and common use facilities of the Association, with respect to the equal right of other members.

Article 34.- obligations

The duties of the partners:

a)    Share the goals of the partnership and work together to achieve them.

b)    Pay fees, and other contributions pour in accordance with the statutes, may correspond to each member.

c)     Meet its other obligations arising from statutory provisions.

d)    Abide by and fulfill the agreements validly adopted by the Board and the General Assembly.

Notwithstanding the loss of membership for nonpayment of membership fees, meanwhile proceed to his expulsion, the member shall suspend the right to vote and stand. This suspension of the right to non-payment will result in one of the quotas as they proceed with the regularization or permanent loss of membership.

 

Chapter 6

Economic system

Article 35.- heritage foundation

The Heritage Foundation of the Association at the time of its establishment has $ 0.

Article 36.- Ownership of property and rights.

The Association shall be listed as owner of all property and rights that comprise its assets, which would be reflected in your inventory and mark, as appropriate, in relevant public records.

Article 37 .- financing

The Association for the development of its activities will be financed:

a)    The resources come from the performance of its assets, if any.

b)    The membership fees, ordinary and extraordinary.

c)     Gifts or grants that may be granted by individuals or entities, public or private.

d)    Donations, legacies and bequests accepted by the Board.

e)    Income from their activities.

Article 38.- fiscal year, budget and accounting

The financial year shall coincide with the calendar year, so beginning 1 January to 31 December each year.

Annually the Board shall prepare the budget and be approved in General Assembly.With the approval of that budget is adopted by the regular fees for the current year.

For approval of extra fees, be convened in Extraordinary General Assembly, unless the Association is neither liquidity and expenditure for the provision and was urgent, in which case the agreement’s approval by the Board on the report of the Treasurer and further General Assembly ratification, to be approved within thirty days following the adoption of the agreement by the Board.

The General Assembly approve annually the accounts of the Association, once the financial year to which they relate.

The Board shall maintain appropriate accounting records, to obtain a true and fair view, the results and financial position of the Association.

 

Chapter 7

Dissolution and application of social capital

Article 39.- Dissolution

The Association is dissolved for the following reasons:

a)    By resolution adopted by qualified majority in the Extraordinary General Assembly.

b)    For the reasons identified in Article 39 of the Civil Code.

c)     By court order.

Article 40.- Settlement

Agreed to dissolve the Association, opens the settlement period to the end of which the entity will retain its legal personality.

Members of the Board at the time of dissolution become liquidators, unless the General Assembly expressly designated or judge, if necessary, declare the dissolution.

Corresponds to the liquidators:

a)    Ensure the integrity of the assets of the Association

b)    Conclude outstanding transactions and conduct whatever that is necessary for the liquidation.

c)     Collect the receivables of the Association.

d)    Liquidate assets and pay creditors.

e)    Apply surplus property for the purposes intended by the Constitution.

f)    Request the cancellation of the entries in the registry.

The assets remaining after paying the debts and social security, will go to nonprofits that pursue general interest purposes similar to those made by it.

In case of insolvency of the association, the Board or, where appropriate, the liquidators must promote appropriate insolvency proceedings immediately before the judge.