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Article 1

Admission of members.

  1. Those who wish to join the association as a member state their name, address, postal code and place of residence in their written registration. If it concerns a registration as a youth member, the date of birth is also stated. When registering as a family member, the name of the partner is stated.
  2. The secretary communicates the board decision regarding the admission in writing as soon as possible to the  person involved. In the event of non-admission, the motives that led the board to its decision will be communicated. In case of admission, a copy of the statutes and these internal regulations will be attached.

Article 2

Cancellation, disqualification and suspension.

  1. If the board intends to take a decision to terminate, expel or suspend as referred to in Articles 15, 16 or 17 of the articles of association, the board will inform the member concerned in writing in good time, stating the reasons for this intention. informed.
  2. The member concerned may submit a notice of objection to the board against the intention referred to in the first paragraph within two weeks.
  3. The member will also be heard orally by the board if so requested in the notice of objection. The board may also hear others before making a decision.
  4. In urgent cases, the board may decide to deal with the notice of objection, but only after the member concerned has been heard or has had the opportunity to be heard.

Article 3

Chairman.

  1. The chairman promotes the promotion of the interests of and the smooth running of the association.
  2. He presides, subject to the provisions of article 41 of the articles of association, the General Meetings and the meetings of the board. He enforces the statutes and regulations of the association in the meetings and also supervises this enforcement outside the meetings.
  3. He determines the order of dealing with matters at the meeting, as long as the meeting itself does not decide on this.
  4. He maintains order in the meeting.
  5. Together with the secretary, he signs the minutes of all meetings and the important outgoing letters.

Article 4

Secretary.

  1. The secretary conducts the association's correspondence, signs all outgoing letters and submits the important outgoing letters to the chairman for review and co-signation.
  2. Subject to the provisions of Article 41 of the Articles of Association, he makes the minutes of the General Meetings and of the Board meetings. He sends the draft minutes of a board meeting to all board members as soon as possible after that meeting and puts them on the agenda for the next board meeting. He signs the minutes after adoption, possibly amended, together with the chairman and also records any changes made by the board in the minutes of the meeting in which these changes were decided upon.
  3. In consultation with the chairman, he is responsible for drawing up the agendas and all associated documents for the General Meetings and board meetings and ensures that they are sent on time.
  4. He announces all incoming letters at every board meeting. Letters addressed to the board or intended for the board, but received by other board members, are immediately forwarded by these board members to the secretary.
  5. He is responsible for keeping a well-arranged archive, in which, in addition to all incoming, a copy of all outgoing correspondence and all meeting documents and minutes, all other documents that are important to the association are also included.
  6. He is responsible for the continuous and accurate maintenance of a membership register, in which the names, addresses and the type of membership of all members are included. This register is available for inspection by all members at the secretary.
  7. He shall ensure, by registering the voting members present in a General Meeting and by other measures, that each voting member present can cast one vote in the most effective manner possible in the event of a vote.
  8. He prepares the annual report in such a timely manner that it can be published after adoption by the board in accordance with article 34 of the articles of association.
  9. The board may decide that part of the secretary's activities will be performed by another member of the board or, pursuant to Article 28 of the articles of association and under the supervision and responsibility of the secretary, by a member outside the board. performs in accordance with a written job description that requires the approval of the board.

Article 5

Treasurer.

  1. Subject to the provisions of the seventh paragraph, the treasurer supervises the making of all receipts and expenses of the association. He ensures a timely collection of the annual contribution of the members.
  2. The treasurer requires prior permission from  the board for making expenses up to an amount that is higher than that determined by the board.
  3. The treasurer is authorized to sign receipts on behalf of the association. He may, however, delegate this authority to the manager of a daily treasury as referred to in the seventh paragraph, up to a maximum amount to be determined by the board for specifically defined receipts.
  4. The treasurer is responsible for accurate accounting of all receipts and expenditure and of all other data that may be important for the implementation of Articles 35 and 36 of the Articles of Association.
  5. He also implements article 35, second paragraph, of the articles of association.
  6. He shall ensure that the budget, the balance sheet and the statement of income and expenditure are drawn up in good time, so that they can be issued after adoption by the board in accordance with Articles 33 and 36 of the Articles of Association. In addition to the estimates for the new year, the budget also states the estimates for the previous year and the results of the last closed year. In the state  of income and expenditure, in addition to the results of the year in question, the estimates for that year and the results of the previous year are also stated.
  7. The board may determine that board members other than the treasurer or members of a committee established by the board are authorized to make receipts and expenses up to a maximum amount to be determined by the board, and are charged with the management of the resulting daily cash, insofar as this is directly related to their specific board or committee task. The balance of such cash may not exceed an amount determined for that purpose by the board; the excess is immediately handed over to the treasurer. The manager of a daily treasury is accountable to the treasurer for his management. To this end, he shall keep an accurate record of all receipts and expenditures and of all other data that the treasurer  deemed necessary and shall provide the treasurer with an overview thereof as often as he so requires. The treasurer ensures that all receipts and expenses made by other board members and committee members are also accounted for in the books of the association.

Article 6

Board meetings.

  1. The board meets if the chairman or at least half of the other sitting board members deem this desirable.
  2. With the exception of urgent cases, the board members are notified at least two weeks in advance of the day, time and place of the meeting determined by the chairman.
  3. The agenda, stating the topics to be discussed, and any explanatory documents, except in urgent cases, will be sent to all board members in good time to enable them to prepare for the meeting in a responsible manner.
  4. If the second and third paragraphs have not been observed or the relevant subject is not clearly described in the agenda, a resolution can only be passed at the meeting if at least two-thirds of the number of sitting board members are present and agree to make a decision. If necessary, all decisions will be voted on orally, after the chairman has clearly formulated the proposal to be voted on. The absolute majority is achieved if at least one vote more in favor than against the proposal is cast, whereby blank votes are not counted.

Article 7

End of board membership.

  1. Anyone who ceases to be a member of the board is obliged within two weeks after the end of his board membership to designate all association documents and property of the association in his possession, properly ordered, to his successor or to another person designated by the board for that purpose. transferring board member. The board can extend this term.

Article 8

Committees.

  1. The members of committees as referred to in article 28 of the articles of association are appointed by the board. They can be suspended and dismissed by the board at any time.
  2. A committee set up by the board can be dissolved by the board at any time.

Article 9

Cash committee; interim investigation.

  1. The audit committee is at all times authorized, either at the request of the board or on its own initiative, to initiate an interim investigation.and. Article 37, paragraphs 3 and 4, of the Articles of Association shall apply mutatis mutandis to such an interim investigation.
  2. An interim investigation is in any case initiated when a retiring treasurer hands over the accounts and the cash and values ​​to his successor.
  3. The audit committee reports in writing to the board of an interim investigation.

Article 10

General Assemblies; agenda items and proposals.

  1. The General Meeting cannot pass resolutions on a subject that is not clearly described in the agenda as an item to be discussed.
  2. Letters addressed to the General Meeting will be announced in the next General Meeting when the agenda item ʹIncoming documents is discussed. They are not subject to deliberation if they are not separately mentioned on the agenda as an agenda item to be discussed or are related to another agenda item, unless the meeting resolves otherwise. In that case, however, the General Assembly cannot deviate from the first paragraph.
  3. Each member may not speak more than twice during a meeting on one item on the agenda, unless with the consent of the chairman or of the meeting.
  4. Every member entitled to vote can make a proposal of order at the meeting. Such a proposal concerns the manner of handling the agenda or an agenda item.
  5. Each member entitled to vote can submit a clearly described proposal at the meeting regarding an item on the agenda. The proposal will only be discussed if it is supported by at least four other voting members present.
  6. Any voting member may submit an amendment at the meeting. An amendment contains a clearly defined proposal to amend a proposal under discussion. The amendment shall be debated only if supported by at least four other voting members present.
  7. Any voting member can submit a motion at the meeting. A motion consists of a clearly defined proposal to express an opinion or make a request. The motion shall only be subject to deliberation if it is supported by at least four other members with voting rights present. A motion that does not relate to a specific agenda item can be submitted to the other business.
  8. If an adopted motion asks the board to do or refrain from doing something, including making decisions, the board will deliberate at the next board meeting and announce its decision in the club magazine as soon as possible. If the board decides not to act on the motion, it is obliged to mention the subject on the agenda for the next General Meeting as an agenda item to be discussed.

Article 11

General Assemblies; moods.

  1. A vote cast in a General Meeting is invalid if, in the opinion of the chairman or, if a polling station has been formed, the choice of the member concerned is not clear and unambiguous in the opinion of the polling station.</li >
  2. A ballot by ballot is invalid if more votes are cast than there are voting members present and the difference may affect the result of the vote.

Article 12

General Assemblies; order.

  1. The chairman may, after warning, deprive a member who uses indecent language or misbehaves at a meeting the right to continue speaking on the relevant agenda item or during the entire meeting. In the event of repeated misconduct, the chairman may deprive the member of the right to continue attending the meeting.

Article 13

Contribution.

  1. New members who are admitted as a member after July 1, only owe half of the membership fee for the current association year.

Article 14

Representation.

  1. The members do not give the impression to third parties that they represent the association, unless they are part of the board or have been expressly authorized to represent by the board.

Article 15

Organ of the association.

  1. The board promotes that a club magazine is published as an organ of the association at least four times a year.
  2. Pursuant to article 28 of the articles of association, the board appoints an editorial committee, consisting of a board member as a delegate of the board and at least two members who are not members of the board. The second paragraph of that article does not apply, subject to the provisions of this article.
  3. Within the limits of the budget, the board determines the size anddesign of the club magazine after consultation with the editorial committee.
  4. The editorial committee determines the content of the club magazine with due observance of the provisions of this article. It decides by a majority of votes on the placement of articles and other contributions. If the votes are tied, placement is deemed to have been decided.
  5. If the posting of a contribution submitted by a member is refused, the copy will be returned to the entrant within two months of submission, stating the reason for refusal. If the member concerned does not agree with this refusal, he can   to the point  in writing  until  the  board  turn.  The  board  takes  if possible, make a decision at its next meeting and communicate this in writing and with reasons to the submitter and to the editorial committee. If the board still decides to place it, the editorial committee is obliged to place it. However, it may, with reference to the provisions of this paragraph, express that placement takes place under the responsibility of the board.
  6. The club magazine shall in any case state or include:
    a.    the names and addresses of the board members;
    b.    the committees established by the board and the correspondence address of these committees;
    c.    announcements from the board and committees;
  7. The advertising rate is determined by the board. The board decides on the placement of advertisements.

Article 16

Fees.

  1. The members of the board receive a compensation for necessary travel and accommodation costs, at the expense of the association, and postage  and telephone charges.
  2. The reimbursement for travel costs is based on the costs of public transport, unless the journey can be made more efficiently by car, in which case an amount is reimbursed per kilometer driven, which is determined by the General Meeting. The other fees are equal to the actual costs incurred.
  3. The board can set maximums for the accommodation costs to be reimbursed. For multi-day trips and for trips abroad, prior permission from the board is required.
  4. The costs must be declared in writing in the year in which they are incurred. The treasurer will not pay out until the declaration has been co-signed for approval by the chairman or, if it concerns the chairman himself or a non-board member, by another most eligible board member.
  5. The board may determine that this article also applies to members of committees and to others who have incurred costs in the performance of a board assignment.
  6. Insofar as the board decides on further regulations in the form of regulations,  serves  the  general  meeting  to that  are  approval  to give. The content of such regulations may not conflict with previous paragraphs of this article.

Article 17

Introduction.

  1. Each member can introduce one person to meetings and meetings with the chairman's permission, unless the board has determined that introduction is not allowed for a certain meeting or meeting. However, only Article 40, second paragraph, of the Articles of Association applies to introduction at a General Meeting.

Article 18

Changes.

  1. These By-laws can only be amended by a resolution of the General Assembly passed with at least two-thirds of the votes cast.

Article 19

Unforeseen cases.

  1. In cases not provided for by law, the articles of association and these regulations, the board will decide. On request, the board will account for its decision to the General Meeting.
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Mevr. J.J. Suetens
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Ms. J. Bode - van de Meeberg
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Ms. Ch. Fooy - van Roosbroeck
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Mr. R.A. Groenhorst

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