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ADRIA INTERCULTURAL ASSOCIATION

ADRIA INTERKULTURÁLIS EGYESÜLET
STATUTES      
      

Determined to ADRIA INTERCULTURAL ASSOCIATION on the establishment of the Civil Code of 2013. Act V of 2005 (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Civil Code’).) and on the articles of the association, the status of a social benefit and the functioning and support of civil society organisations. year CLXXV. law (Ectv.), and 350/2011 on certain issues of fundraising and public utility.(XII.30.) In accordance with the provisions of the decree, the members adopt the statutes of the organization with the following content:

I. Name and registered address of the Association  
1.         Name of the Association: ADRIA INTERKULTURÁLIS EGYESÜLET
2.         Short name of the Association:  ADRIA EGYESÜLET
3.         Name of the Association in foreign language: ASSOCIAZIONE INTERCULTURALE ‘ADRIATICA”
4.         Registered address of the Association: 3045 Bér Kossuth út 16.
5. Post address: 3176 Hollókő, Szállások út 35.
6.         Website of the Association: adriaticaintercultura.org
7.         Legal personality of the Association: independent legal person
8.         Operational area of the Association: The association operates on the territory of Hungary, maintains contacts with foreign organizations for similar purposes and may establish membership in them.
8.         A list of the names and addresses of the founding members of the association shall be annexed to the statutes. of the European Parliament and of the council.

II. Purpose and activity of the Association  
1. Purpose of the Association:  
Exploring and learning the history, nationalities, past, economy, culture, linguistic memories of the Adriatic Sea People with a millennia of history and history; caring for; creating knowledge libraries (archives of online and traditional books, manuscripts, other documents); strengthening modern social and cultural relations, cooperation, community activities, performances, organising and participating in the organisation of them in ongoing civil and professional dialogues; transferring the common past to the future generation and supporting the integration of the common past in the current social form.  

2. Activities of the Association:  
In order to achieve the aims of the Association, it concentrates on intercultural networking, on the one hand, at the basis of tradition and on the other, by recognizing, articulating and disseminating new civil and professional interests in South-Western Europe. To this end, the members of the Association will target their acquired and mobilisable contacts, organise forums to keep the links between the common past and the realisable common future, create exhibitions, exhibition exchanges, various publications (bulletin, albums, bilingual text collections, digital periodicals) in Motion-Picture cultural history, conduct joint research involving professional and civil society circles, taking advantage of the wide range of tools in the modern digital world, and provide a regular platform in particular for youth culture in order to exchange and care for it, targeted grants, involving resources.  

III. Membership fee
1. Ordinary members of the association shall pay a membership fee as a contribution. The annual amount of the membership fee is HUF 15.000,- which will be paid within 8 days of the final registration of the Association and thereafter on March 31 of each year. by the day of the day, they are obliged to pay in cash to the cashier of the Association or by transfer to the bank account of the Association. After the establishment of the Association, the newly-entered member shall pay the proportion of the membership fee in the year in which the membership was established, within 8 days of the formation of the membership relationship, in cash or by transfer to the bank account of the Association. Thereafter, 31 March each year. by the end of the day, you are obliged to pay the funds of the Association in cash or by transfer to the bank account of the Association.

2. In addition to paying the membership fee, members are not liable for the debts of the association with their own assets.

IV. General rules for the operation of the Association  
The association does not engage in direct political activities, is independent of parties and does not provide financial support to them.  

V. Submission of an application for registration and registration of modification    
The president of the association shall submit the application for registration or the application for registration of the change.  

VI. Membership of the Association  

1.         Membership of the Association:  

The Association has:  
a)         ordinary and
b)         sponsorship members.  

1.1.      The ordinary member of the association may be a natural person, regardless of nationality, a legal person, an organisation without legal personality who agrees with the objectives of the association and accepts the provisions of the articles of association.  

1.2.      The sponsorship member of the association may be any economic organization, institution or individual, regardless of nationality, who wishes to assist the activities of the Association by paying contributions or by other donations.  

2.         Formation of membership          

2.1. Ordinary membership of the association shall be established by the registration of the Association and the acceptance by the Bureau of the entry declaration after its formation. The membership application shall be submitted to the Board, which shall decide on membership by a simple majority by open vote within 30 days of receipt of the application. Its decision shall be communicated in writing to the applicant for membership within five days of the date on which it was taken. Service by written verifiable means, for example, by registered or acknowledgement of receipt, and delivery to the member’s e-mail address with confirmation of delivery (electric receipt). In the event of a negative decision, there shall be no appeal.  

2.2. The information relating to the members shall not be public.  

2.3. The Assembly shall decide on the recruitment of supporting members on the basis of a proposal from the Board. The legal person advocating member may exercise his rights through a representative. The advocating member shall not have the right to vote and shall not be elected as a senior official.  

3.         Termination of membership  

3.1. Membership shall cease
(a) with the withdrawal of the member;
(b) excluding member;
(c) the death or termination of a member without a successor;
(d) termination by the Association of membership.  

3.2. The membership of the member may be terminated at any time by a written declaration addressed to the presidency of the association without justification. Membership shall cease on the day on which the written declaration is received by the bureau.  

4.         Rights of the ordinary member  
a)         The ordinary member of the Association is entitled to participate in the activities of the Association.
b)         The General Assembly shall have the right to vote in its decisions.
c)         The association may make comments or suggestions on the activities and operations of the Association. The executive officers may be informed of the activities of the Association and may make a motion on the agenda items of the general meeting.
d)         Access to The Register of the Association, access to the services provided by the Association to its members.
e)         A member of the association may participate in the events of the association, be elected and re-elected to any executive position of the Association on the basis of a declaration of conflict of interest and acceptance.
f)         The ordinary member of the Association shall have one vote per person when the decision-body is elected and when other decisions are taken by the decision-making body of the Association.
g)         Ordinary members of the Association shall have equal rights.
h)         Members may exercise their membership rights in person.   Every ordinary member has one vote. The right to vote of the ordinary member shall be exercised if no membership fee is paid to the Association.   The ordinary member may also exercise his voting rights at the general meeting through his authorised representative. The power of attorney granted to the representative shall be in writing and shall be given to the chairman of the general meeting at the beginning of the general meeting in a form of a private document with full probative force.   One-tenth of the ordinary members may initiate an extraordinary general assembly and an extraordinary board meeting in writing, stating the reasons and the purpose.  

5.           Rights of the sponsorship member  
a)         He/She can participate in the General Assembly of the association with the right of deliberation;
b)         The sponsorship member(s) may be invited to the events of the Association;
c)         He/She can make suggestions, give an opinion on the operation of the Association.  

6.         Obligations of the ordinary member:  
a)         The member of the Association is obliged to fulfil the membership obligations laid down in the Articles of Association.
b)         The member of the association shall pay the annual membership fee determined by the general meeting on 31 March of each year. the annual membership fee shall be paid on a pro rata basis in cash to the House register or by transfer to the bank account of the Association. The membership fee of the Association: HUF 15,000 per year.
c)         The member of the association shall retain or comply with the resolutions of the general meeting.
d)         The member of the association shall not jeopardise the attainment of the aim of the Association and the activities of the Association.
e)         He/She must report your address to the resindency within 8 days of the change.    

7.         Obligations of the sponsorship member:  
a)         He/She shall retain the provisions of the Articles of association or the decisions of the Association;
b)         It shall fulfil the tasks of the Association which it has voluntarily undertaken in connection with its activities and pay to the Association the financial contribution it has undertaken and thus facilitate the achievement of the objectives of the Association.  

8.         Termination of membership  

8.1.      If the Articles of Association make membership conditional and the member does not comply with these conditions, the association may terminate the membership by 30 days. The General Assembly of the Association shall decide on the termination on the presentation of the presidency.

8.2.      If the member’s backlog of fees reaches 6 (six) months, he / she shall cease to be a member. In such cases, the member shall be deleted from the register. The Board shall inform the member of the removal from the register 30 days before the expiry of the six-month period. If the member does not comply with the obligation to pay the membership fee after the information has been provided, it shall be equivalent to the exit declaration.

9.         Exclusion of an ordinary member  

9.1.      In the event of a serious or repeated violation of a member’s law, the Articles of association or the General Meeting decision, the General Meeting May, at the initiative of any member of the association or body of the association, conduct an exclusion procedure against the member, and the articles of association therefore laid down the rules ensuring the exclusion and fair treatment. These are to ensure impartiality, to hear the member concerned before being expelled, to give him the opportunity to submit a defence.            
An exclusion initiative shall be notified to the Board. The notified initiative shall be submitted to the general meeting by the chairman or, if the Board is prevented from attending, by a member of the Board designated by the chairman. The General Assembly shall order the initiation of the exclusion procedure by decision. In the exclusion procedure, members shall be invited to the general meeting with a warning that their absence, despite their proper invitation, does not prevent the general meeting from being held and the decision taken. He should be given the opportunity to defend himself at the General Assembly. The member may also be represented at the General Assembly by a representative.  

9.2.      The decision to exclude a member shall be in writing and shall state the reasons on which it is based and shall include the facts and evidence on which the exclusion is based and information on the means of Appeal. The decision shall be notified orally at the general meeting and shall be communicated to the member concerned in writing and in a verifiable manner within 8 days of the adoption of the decision (e.g. by registered or acknowledgement of receipt) to the member’s e-mail address with a confirmation of delivery (electronic acknowledgement of receipt).

9.3.      There is no right of appeal against the exclusion decision, the excluded member may request a review of the resolution of the general meeting within 30 days from the competent tribunal in which the Association’s Registered office is situated (Civil Service Tribunal). 3:35.§-3:37.§).  

9.4.      An exclusion procedure shall not be conducted against the sponsorship member.  

9.5.      On the basis of the decision on exclusion, the member’s legal relationship shall cease after the expiry of the period for appeal has been unsuccessful. In the event of termination of membership, the Member shall be removed from the register by the Chairman.

10.       Legal consequences in the event of a breach of law, statute or decision of the Association or a member’s conduct incompatible with the purpose of the Association, and rules of procedure against the member:  

10.1.    Legal consequences in the event of a breach of the law, the statute or the decision of the association, or in the event of a member’s conduct incompatible with the purpose of the Association, for a maximum period of one year.  

10.2.    The procedure for the application of a legal consequence for violation of the law, the statute or the decision of the association, or for the conduct of members incompatible with the purpose of the association, shall be decided by the general meeting on a proposal from the president or member(s) of the Board.  

10.3.    The legal consequences for the application of the procedure concerned, association members the president of the Association, a member of the general assembly designated another person (hereinafter referred to as detector) protocol recordings by listening.  

10.4.    It shall also hear persons who are aware of the facts to be proved in the case, in addition to the examination report. It obtains the examination documents, clarifies the facts and, on the basis of the available evidence, makes a proposal for a decision addressed to the General Assembly within 30 days.  

10.5.    Within 15 days of the preparation of the proposal for a decision, the bureau shall convene the General Assembly. The General Assembly shall discuss the proposal for a decision by the investigator on the application of legal consequences.  

10.6.    In the light of the data of the examination, any member of the association may propose an amendment to the proposal for a decision or the adoption of a proposal for a decision with an amended content.  

10.7.    The General Assembly convened shall decide on the proposal for a decision which has been discussed or amended immediately after the matter has been discussed.  

10.8.    The General Assembly may, as a consequence of adverse legal consequences to the member of the association, apply a warning and a ban on any event or event of the Association for a maximum period of one year.  

10.9.    Information on the right of Appeal shall be included in the resolution of the general meeting on the application of the legal consequence. The General Assembly on the application of the legal consequence shall state the reasons for it. The decision shall be communicated in writing to the member.  

10.10.  A member suffering from adverse legal consequences may request a review of the decision of the general meeting from the competent court of the seat of the Association.  (Ptk. 3:35.§-3:37.§)  
VII. Organisation and operation of the Association  

1.         Bodies of the Association:
–           General Assembly
–           Board
–           General Assembly  

2.         The decision-making body of the Association is the Assembly of members. The ordinary member shall have the right to attend the general meeting, to exercise his voting rights, to speak, to ask questions, to make proposals and to make comments in accordance with the General Assembly’s order. The General Assembly shall meet at least once a year.  

3.         The General Assembly shall not be public; in addition to members and management, persons invited to convene the General Assembly and having the right to consult pursuant to the Articles of Association or the decision of the general meeting may participate. [Ptk. 3:74.§ (1)]
4.         The General Assembly is responsible for  
a)         amendment of the statutes;
b)         decision to terminate, merge and split the Association;
c)         election, recall and determination of remuneration of the senior officer;
d)         approval of the annual budget and establishment of the membership fee;
e)         approval of the annual accounts, including the report of the executive body on the financial situation of the Association;
f)         exercise of employer’s rights over the senior officer if the senior officer is employed by the Association;
g)         approval of the conclusion of a contract concluded by the association with its own member, senior official, member of the supervisory board or their relative;
h)         decision to enforce claims for damages against current and former members of the Association, senior officials or other bodies;
i)          select the liquidator;
j)          a decision on all matters which the legislation or statutes refer to it.  

5.         Decision by the General Assembly  

5.1. Amendments to the statutes of the Association, the merger and division of the association shall be subject to a decision of the General Assembly taken by a three-quarter majority. The decision of the General Assembly to amend the aim of the Association and to terminate the association shall be taken by a three-quarters majority of the members with voting rights.  

5.2. In all cases in which decisions are not required by a three-quarters majority of the members present or of the members having the right to vote, the General Meeting shall take its decisions by a simple majority of the members present. In the event of a tie, the vote shall be repeated. If the vote is repeated, the proposal for a decision shall be deemed not to have been adopted.  

6.         Rules for convening, conducting the general assembly, determining the location of the general assembly, the contents of the invitation to the general assembly, the agenda, the members of the general meeting, the election of the chairman of the general assembly, the Quorum, voting, the minutes-keeping and the publication of the resolutions  

6.1       The General Assembly shall be convened in writing by the chairman, if he is prevented from attending, by any member of the bureau, by informing him of the proposed agenda, at the seat of the Association or at any other place specified with the prior approval of the majority of its members, in a verifiable manner. Service by written verifiable means, for example, by registered or acknowledgement of receipt, and delivery to the member’s e-mail address with confirmation of delivery (electric receipt). The General Assembly shall be convened by means of an invitation printed on electronic or paper. The invitation shall be served on members in such a time that the period from the date of service to the date of the planned general meeting is not less than 15 days. The invitation shall be accompanied by the proposals for a decision already available and the reasons for the authors.  

6.2.      The invitation must contain
a)         name and registered address of the Association;
b)         date and place of the general assembly;
c)         the proposed agenda items. The invitation shall also include the location and date of the repeated general meeting in the event of the general meeting’s Insolvency and a call for the repeated general meeting to be capable of forming a quorum, irrespective of the number of participants, in respect of the original agenda items, if the original date is called for at least three (3) days and not more than fifteen (15) days after.  

6.3.      The agenda shall be indicated in such detail as to enable the voting rights to take their positions on the subjects to be discussed. Within 3 days of service or publication of the invitation to the general meeting, members may request the president to supplement the agenda, stating the reasons for the amendment. The Board shall decide on the matter of supplementing the agenda within 2 days. If the Board does not decide or rejects the application to supplement the agenda, the plenary assembly shall decide separately on the matter of supplementing the agenda before a decision is taken on the adoption of the agenda.  

6.4.      The invitation to the General Assembly shall be published at the registered address and website of the Association.  

6.5.      The association shall hold its meeting at its seat or at another place specified with the prior approval of the majority of its members.  

6.6.      If the meeting of the Association has not been convened in accordance with the rules, the meeting may be held if all the members of the Association are present and unanimously agree to the meeting.  

6.7.      A decision may be taken at the meeting of the Association on an item on the duly communicated agenda, unless all the members of the Association are present and agree unanimously to discuss an item not on the agenda.  

6.8.      The General Assembly shall be chaired by the president of the Association and, if he is prevented from attending, by one of the members of the Association.  

6.9.      The General Assembly shall elect, by a simple majority, by open vote, the chairman of the meeting, the verifier of the minutes and two minutes, and, if necessary, the two-person counting committee.  

6.10.    The General Assembly shall have a quorum if more than half of the voting members are present. The Quorum shall be examined for each decision taken. The General Assembly shall take its decisions by open vote: it shall vote by secret ballot on the election and recall of senior officials. At the request of any member, the General Assembly may decide to vote by secret ballot in relation to the specified agenda. Where a member or founder cannot vote in a case, he shall be disregarded in determining the quorum for taking that decision.  

6.11.    The decisions of the members shall be taken by a majority of the votes taken into account in determining the Quorum. When the decision is taken, it shall not vote on the,
a)         who is exempted by the decision from obligation or liability or who receives other advantages from the legal person;
b)         with whom the decision provides for a contract;
c)         who must be prosecuted on the basis of the decision;
d)         who has a relative who is not a member or founder of the legal person interested in the decision;
e)         who has a majority-based relationship with another entity having an interest in the decision; or
f)         who, by the way, has a personal interest in the decision.  

6.12.    Decisions taken at the General Assembly shall be announced orally by the chairman. Within 15 days of their adoption, the decisions of the General Assembly shall be communicated in writing to the persons not present.  

6.13.    Minutes of the General Assembly shall be recorded. The minutes shall indicate the name of the Association, its Registered office, the place and date of the general meeting, the chairman of the general meeting, the registrar, the names of the minutes verifiers. The minutes shall include the proposed or adopted Agenda, contributions, decisions taken in relation to each item on the agenda (with specific serial numbers), their content, date and scope, and the number of supporters, opponents and persons abstaining from voting (if possible, their identity), together with the signatures of the participants. The minutes shall be authenticated by the signature of the president of the General Assembly, the person elected to be the minutes Officer and the two certifying members chosen from among the members of the General Assembly.  

6.14.    The certified minutes shall be recorded in the minutes of the decisions, which may be viewed by anyone at the Bureau or at any time during the General Meeting on the basis of prior consultation. The report shall be kept in order to establish the content, date and scope of the decisions and the proportion (if possible) of those who support the decision and those who oppose it or who abstain from it.  

6.15.    If the president or the president is prevented from attending, the member of the bureau designated by the president shall convene the general meeting with a view to taking the necessary measures if:
a)         the Association’s assets do not cover outstanding debts;
b)         the Association is not expected to be able to pay the debts on due; or
c)         achieving the goals of the Association has been compromised.  

6.16.    The members of the general meeting convened pursuant to the articles of association shall take action to eliminate the circumstances giving rise to the convocation or decide to terminate the Association.  

7.         Taking decisions without holding a meeting  

7.1.      The articles of association shall permit a decision to be taken without holding a meeting. Such decisions shall be initiated by the management by sending the draft decision to its members. Members shall be allowed a period of at least eight days from the date of receipt of the draft to send their vote to the management.  

7.2.      When deciding without holding a meeting, the quorum and voting provisions of the statutes shall apply, except that the decision-making procedure shall be effective if at least as many votes are sent to the administration as the presence of a member representing the right of vote would be necessary for its quorum if a meeting were held.  

7.3.      If any member wishes to hold a meeting, the meeting of the supreme body shall be convened by the management.  

7.4.      Within three days of the last day of the deadline for voting, if all members ‘ votes arrive before that date, within three days of the date of receipt of the last vote, the management shall determine the result of the vote and shall communicate it to the members within a further three days. The date on which a decision is taken shall be the last day of the voting period, and if all the votes are received earlier, the date on which the last vote is received.  

8.    The Board  

The Board is the executive body of the Association, consisting of 3 members of the Board, which decides on all matters which are not subject to the exclusive competence of the general meeting by law or by statute.   The members of the Board shall be elected by the General Assembly for a fixed term of five years. Senior officials shall be elected from among the members of the Association. Members of the Board: chairman and two members of the Board  

9.    The nomination of senior officials shall be terminated:
a) at the end of the term of the appointment;
b) recall;
c) by resignation;
d) the death or termination of the senior officer without a successor;
e) by limiting the capacity of the seniour officer to the extent necessary for the performance of his or her activities;
f) upon the occurrence of disqualification or conflict of interest vis-à-vis the senior officer.   The senior officer may resign at any time by making a statement addressed to the Association and addressed to the other executive officer of the Association. If the operational character of the legal person so requires, the resignation shall take effect by the appointment or election of the new senior officer, failing which no later than 60 days after the notification.  

10.       A senior official may be an adult whose capacity to act has not been limited to the extent necessary for the performance of his or her activities. If the senior official is a legal person, the legal person shall designate the natural person who performs the functions of senior officials on behalf of the legal person.   The rules applicable to senior officials shall also apply to the designated person. The senior officer shall carry out his / her duties as manager in person. A senior officer shall not be a person who has been convicted of a criminal offence for a final sentence of imprisonment until he has been exempted from the adverse consequences of the criminal record. He / She cannot be a senior official who is subject to a judgment prohibiting public affairs (ICC). 61.§ (2) (i)). She / He shall not be a senior official who has been legally prohibited from doing so. A person who is disqualified from an occupation by a final judgment of the court shall not be a senior official of a legal person exercising the activity specified in that judgment under such prohibition. It shall not be possible for a senior official to be prohibited from acting as a senior official for a period specified in the decision declaring ineligibility.  

11.       Board members of the Association:  

11.1.  The Board of the Association        
    
President of the Association: Name: Kronauer Éva Lilla
Mother’s name is Monori, Erzsébet Address: 2644 Borsosberény, 157 Petőfi út.
Appointmens starting date: 2021.08.25. Appointmens ending date: 24.08.2026.  

Members of the Association:    
Name: Framarin, Giacomo
Mother’s name: Marchetto, Maria Address: 8960 Lenti Harangláb út 36. Appointmens starting date: 2021.08.25. Appointmens ending date: 24.08.2026.  

Name: Bedin Maurizio
Mother’s name: Lerizzi Agnese Address: 26100 Vicenza, str Scuole Anconetta 186 (Italy) Appointmens starting date: 2021.08.25. Appointmens ending date: 24.08.2026.

Senior officials are not paid, but they are not paid to reimburse the part of their actual expenditure incurred by the Association, as certified by the invoice (e.g.: costs incurred in connection with the use of motor vehicles (according to the St.), etc.] claim.   The legal representation of the association shall be carried out by the Executive Officer (Chairman, Members of the Board). The senior officer shall exercise his or her right of representation independently. The exercise of the right of representation: general.   The association shall be registered by the senior officials to sign their name or above the name of the pre-printed Association prescribed by hand or machine in accordance with the signature copy.  

12.  Management is responsible for:
a. / day-to-day management of the Association, taking decisions on matters within its competence;
b. / preparation of reports and referral to the general meeting;
c. / preparation of the annual budget and referral to the general meeting;
d. / management of the assets of the Association, taking and implementing decisions on the use and investment of the assets not falling within the competence of the general meeting;
e. / convening of the general meeting, notification of membership and the bodies of the Association;
f. / defining the agenda items of the general meeting convened by the bureau;
g. / attend the general meeting and answer questions related to the Association;
h. / registration of membership;
i./ administrating of decisions, organisational documents and other books of the Association;
j./ archiving of documents relating to the operation of the Association;
k. / taking of the measures provided for in this act in the event of an investigation of the existence of the grounds for termination of the Association and of its occurrence;
l. / decision to application of  a member; m / decision on any matter which falls within its competence under legislation or statutes.  

13.       The Board shall hold its meetings as necessary and at least once a year. The Board meeting shall be convened in writing by the president by invitation sent at least 15 days before the date of the meeting, primarily at the registered address of the Association, in a verifiable manner. Service by written verifiable means, for example, by registered or acknowledgement of receipt, and delivery to the member’s e-mail address with confirmation of delivery (electric receipt).   The invitation to the bureau meeting shall include the name, seat, place of the bureau meeting, time and proposed agenda items. The agenda items shall be specified in the invitation in at least such detail as to enable the members of the bureau to make their views known.  

14.       The decisions of the Board shall be taken by a simple majority, by open vote, unless otherwise provided for in the statutes or by law. The Board shall have a quorum if more than half of the non-voting members of the bureau are present at its meeting. In the case of the presence of two members of the Board, a decision shall be taken exclusively by unanimity.   When the decision is taken, it shall not vote on the one,
(a) who is relieved of the obligation or liability of the decision or who benefits from another kind of advantage on the part of the legal person;
(b) with whom a contract is to be concluded pursuant to the decision;
(c) who is to be prosecuted on the basis of the decision;
(d) whose relative is not a member of the Association having an interest in the decision;
(e) who has a relationship based on majority influence with another entity having an interest in the decision; or
(f) who, by the way, has a personal interest in the decision.

16. The decisions of the bureau shall be published orally at the bureau meeting and communicated to the member(s) concerned in writing and in a verifiable manner within eight days of the decision being taken, at the same time as the decisions are published at the Registered Office of the Association.  

17. Confidentiality and information obligations  

17.1.    The Executive Officer shall provide the members of the legal person or, in the case of a non-member legal person, the founders of the legal person with information on the legal person and access to the documents and records relating to the legal person. The information and access to the file may be made subject to a written declaration of confidentiality by the executive officer.

17.2.    The senior officer may refuse to disclose information and access to documents if this would violate the business secret of the legal person, if the person seeking information has misused his right or if he has not made a declaration of confidentiality despite an invitation to do so. If the applicant considers the refusal to provide the information to be unjustified, he may ask the court of registry to order the legal person to provide the information.  

18.       Responsibility of the senior officer   The senior officer shall be liable to the legal person for damages caused to the legal person in the course of his / her management activities in accordance with the rules of liability for damage caused by breach of contract.  

19.       Termination of office of senior officer  

19.1.    The appointment of senior officials shall be terminated  
a)         on expiry of the term of the mandate in the case of a temporary assignment;
b)         upon the occurrence of the condition in the event of termination of a term of office;
c)         recall;
d)         by resignation;
e)         with the death or termination of the executive officer without a successor;
f)         by limiting the capacity of the executive officer to perform his or her activities in the general public;
g)         upon the occurrence of a disqualifying or conflict of interest against the senior officer.

19.2.    The members of the Association, in the case of a non-member legal person, the founders of the legal person may recall the executive officer at any time without justification.  

19.3.    The executive officer may resign at any time by making a statement to the legal person addressed to another executive officer or decision-making body of the legal person.  

19.4.    If the operability of the Association so requires, the resignation shall take effect by the appointment or election of the new executive officer, failing which no later than 60 days after the notification.    

20.       List of members of the Association  

20.1.    The Association’s presidency and management shall keep the names, addresses and electronic contact addresses of the members of the Association in a list of members.  

20.2.    The name, place of residence and electronic contact address of the person whose membership has been terminated shall be deleted from the list of members of the association without delay.  

20.3.    The name and place of residence and the electronic contact address of the person who has been admitted to the Association by the bureau shall be entered in the list of members of the association without delay.

20.4.    The list of members in force shall be annexed to the statutes in force.

20.5.    The list of members shall not be public; the bureau shall ensure that the personal data contained in the list of members are properly protected.  

VIII. Property of the Association, management  

Membership fees paid by members and all payments for the common purpose are the property of the Association. The Union’s assets are indivisible. In the event of any termination of membership of the Association, the member shall not be entitled to any compensation from the assets of the Association.   The association shall manage the fees paid by the members, the other benefits of the members voluntarily and the amounts received by external donors. The association does not seek profit in its management.   In order to achieve the objectives of the Association, the association shall seek support and use the agreed support as efficiently as possible and as soon as possible to support and promote the aim pursued.   The association shall carry out their duties without remuneration but may claim reimbursement of their reasonable expenses.  

IX. Mixed and final provisions  

There is no need to set up a supervisory board for the Association because the number of non-natural person members is less than half of the membership, and currently the number of members does not exceed 100.   Issues not covered by the articles of association are covered by the Civil Code. and Ectv. in addition to the provisions of Article 350/2011.(XII.30.) Government decree.   In the event that the General Court of Balassagyarmati considers any part of the statutes to be invalid and requires its amendment, the parts provided for in the Articles of Association for the amendment shall enter into force with the adoption by the General Court of Balassagyarmat.

The founding member, Éva Kronauer, has read these Articles of Association to founder members who do not speak Hungarian – all of whom speak and understand English – in English, and has explained the contents in English in detail, a fact that members who do not speak Hungarian also acknowledged and acknowledged by signing these articles.  

Dated 25 August 2021. Hollókő