ARTICLE 1 NAME-SEAT 2
ARTICLE 2 PURPOSE OF THE ASSOCIATION 2
ARTICLE 3 MEANS OF ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES 2
ARTICLE 4 RESOURCES 3
ARTICLE 5 MEMBERS 3
HE CANNOT BE A MEMBER OF THE UNION.: 3
ARTICLE 6 OBLIGATIONS OF MEMBERS 4
ARTICLE 7 RIGHTS OF MEMBERS 4
Every member of the association is entitled to: 4
THE HONORARY MEMBERS: 4
ARTICLE 8 WITHDRAWAL OF MEMBERS 4
ARTICLE 9 REMOVAL OF MEMBERS 4
ARTICLE 11 GENERAL ASSEMBLY 5
ARTICLE 12 CONVENING OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 5
ARTICLE 13 QUORUM OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 6
ARTICLE 14 DECISIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 6
ARTICLE 15 SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS 6
ARTICLE 16 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7
ARTICLE 17 RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7
ARTICLE 18 MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7
ARTICLE 19 8
ARTICLE 20 DUTIES OF PRESIDENT 8
ARTICLE 21 DUTIES OF VICE-PRESIDENT 8
ARTICLE 22 DUTIES OF SECRETARY-GENERAL 8
ARTICLE 23 TREASURER’S DUTIES 8
ARTICLE 24 ASSIGNMENT OF BOARD TASKS 9
ARTICLE 25 AUDIT COMMITTEE 9
ARTICLE 26 ELECTIONS-ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 9
ARTICLE 27 DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION 10
ARTICLE 28 FINAL PROVISIONS 10
ARTICLE 29 STAMP 11
PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION OF SAILING SHIP OWNERS PASIDI
ARTICLE 1 NAME-SEAT
Founded by the owners of sailing vessels of all types docked in Greece, an association governed by the provisions of the Civil Code on associations under the name in Greek PASIDI Panhellenic Association of sailboat owners ” and in English “Greek Sailboat Owners Association” and based in Athens.
ARTICLE 2 PURPOSE OF THE ASSOCIATION
The purpose of the Association is:
1. The Union of all owners of sailboats of all types, based, docked and active in Greece, for the collective protection and promotion of competition of all forms, Economic, property and other interests, as well as for the exaltation, protection and development of the marine lifestyle in relation to the sailboat.
2. The development and cultivation of a spirit of unity, cooperation, solidarity and mutual service of members.
3. The promotion and support of the claims of the members and the consolidation of their conquests.
4. The development of sailing, the promotion of maritime tourism as activities that contribute to the protection and promotion of the marine environment.
5. To provide its members with the experience and influence of the Association in areas related to its activity.
6. The organization of members to defend their interests and rights.
7. The strengthening of relations between its members and the information on the issues that concern them.
8. The active participation of the association in the development and constant modernization of sailing
9. The development and promotion of maritime tradition
10. The research and study and taking actions of all forms, on issues related to sailing, such as in relation to the environment and ecology.
ARTICLE 3 MEANS OF ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES
Means for the development and realization of the goals of the Association are:
1. The organization of events, seminars, speeches, lectures, workshops, conferences, exhibitions, nautical events.
2. Membership in respective federations, which may be established for each separate boat sector and cooperation with other associations or organizations.
3. The publication of publications, either in the form of informational journals (electronic form or not), or in the form of books, announcements and studies specialized on issues related to sailing vessels.
4. The monitoring of national and European legislation as well as the voluntary contribution, through all forms of advisory interventions and opinions when necessary, to the formulation of legislation for the protection of members ‘ rights and the safeguarding of their institutional role.
5. The pursuit of participation with specially authorized representatives in the advisory bodies of decisive competence and committees and other administrative or judicial bodies provided for by the legislation in force.
6. The creation, maintenance and development of bonds of unity, solidarity among members and the creative contribution to the unity and strengthening of their position.
7. To contribute to the formulation of a common and unified strategy to address common problems and to find mutually acceptable solutions to issues concerning members.
8. The contribution by any appropriate means to the development, education and prosperity of the institution of sailing (sports, commercial, tourist, leisure and others) and the experience of sailing boat navigation.
9. The creation and operation of electronic systems and databases, electronic or not, libraries and infrastructure and facilities to support its members and sailing.
10. The creation and maintenance of a website and other digital media of the Association on the internet for the promotion of the Association for the purpose of electronic communication between members as well as to keep them constantly informed on issues of interest to them.
11. The organization and operation of special departments and services for the technical support of the work of its members and the recruitment of specialized personnel for the staffing of its departments and services.
12. Any appropriate and lawful means.
ARTICLE 4 RESOURCES
The association’s resources are:
1. The right to register members.
2. Regular annual contributions of members.
3. The special contributions are imposed each time for a specific reason.
The right of registration, the annual contribution and the extraordinary contributions are determined and amended by decision of the Board of Directors.
4. The proceeds from the property of the Association.
5. Income from donations, inheritances, bequests or grants, from festive or other related events
and generally any legal revenue that comes to the Association.
Donations and grants are branded and accepted or not, by decision of the Board of Directors.
ARTICLE 5 MEMBERS
1. The members of the Association are distinguished into regular, and honorary,
2. Full members can become natural or legal persons (through their legal representative):
a. persons who own (regardless of ownership percentage) a sailing vessel flying the flag of a state of the European Union, including the Greek one, or flying the flag of a state of the European Economic Area;
3. C) persons who own (regardless of percentage of ownership) a sailing vessel with the flag of a state outside the European Union or a single European Economic Area, with proven stay of the vessel, and continuous docking of at least two (2) years in Greece, with a proposal from at least two regular members of the Association who are already at least one (1) year members, or are founding members.
4. Honorary members may be declared by Special decision of the General Assembly of the members of the association upon proposal of the Board of directors only natural persons who have participated as regular members of the Association for at least five (5) years and whose participation is deemed to have contributed substantially to the
5. achieving the aims of the Association or any natural person whose action has contributed, according to objective judgment, essentially to the dissemination of sailing and the corresponding way of life.
6. Regular members are represented in the Association:
7. 4.1.- In the case of legal persons, the chairman of the Board of directors or the Chief Executive Officer or their legal representative or manager or another member if appointed by the competent body according to the statute of the legal person.
8. 4.2.- In the case of natural persons, natural persons themselves.
HE CANNOT BE A MEMBER OF THE UNION.:
1) Anyone who has not reached the eighteenth (18th) year of age.
2) Anyone who has been deprived by a final judgment of his political rights and for as long as the deprivation lasts; and
3) Anyone who has been punished in accordance with the provisions of Article 130 of the law. 2725/1999, as applicable and for as long as the punishment lasts.
4) A person who has any of the above impediments shall automatically lose his / her status. The certificate of deduction is issued by the Board of Directors of the association, within fifteen (15) days after it became aware.
5) The Board of Directors, by decision taken within one month from the application for membership, approves or not the application for registration of the new member which is accompanied by the written recommendation of at least two full members provided that the proposing members are at least one (1) year full members of the Association or belong to the founding members. In the event that the month passes, without a decision being made, it is considered that the application for registration was refused.
6) If the application for registration is not approved, the person concerned has the right to appeal to the first General Assembly, which sovereignizes the issue. The appeal shall be submitted by the person concerned to the Administrative Board within ten days of notification of the decision rejecting it. The Board of Directors is obliged to bring the appeal to the first General Meeting. If it does not bring the appeal to the General Meeting, the Board of Directors is deemed to have withdrawn its rejection decision and that the person concerned has become a member of the Association.
ARTICLE 6 OBLIGATIONS OF MEMBERS
Every member of the Association is obliged:
1. To pay ordinary and extraordinary contributions
2. To comply with the provisions of this statute and to observe the decisions of the Board of Directors and the General Assembly.
3. To attend the General Meetings of the Association, to take part in its activity and to make every effort for the realization of its goals.
ARTICLE 7 RIGHTS OF MEMBERS
Every member of the association is entitled to:
1. Participate in general meetings, take part in discussions and vote on decision-making.
2. To elect and be elected to the organs of the Association.
3. To check the actions of the elected organs of the Association, to read the minutes and to be informed about the finances of the association.
4. To propose issues to the General Assembly for decision-making by informing the Board of Directors of the Association, if a response is required by it.
5. To propose ways and procedures to the General Assembly for the resolution of issues of concern to the Association and generally to participate in all activities of the association.
6. To indicate in writing by any appropriate means of communication to the Board of directors ways for the success of the aims of the Association.
THE HONORARY MEMBERS:
6. Honorary members are always invited to attend the General Meetings of the Association. Honorary members do not have the right to “vote” and “stand as a candidate” and are not counted for the calculation of the quorum during general meetings unless the honorary member has at the same time the status of ordinary member. Honorary members, when present at the General Meeting, have the right to speak and express their views on the items on the agenda.
ARTICLE 8 WITHDRAWAL OF MEMBERS
Each member is entitled to withdraw from the Association after a written statement to the Board of Directors and after having paid any fees that may be delayed.
ARTICLE 9 REMOVAL OF MEMBERS
1. Removed from membership of the Association:
A) anyone who unreasonably delays and refuses his assistance for two (2) years, after a decision of the Board of Directors and after a written warning. But it may be re-registered after the late contributions have been paid, in which case it is assumed that it has never ceased to be a member.
B) anyone who has been proven to act against the aims of the Association, the decisions of the general meetings and the Board of directors or prevents the realization of these decisions and generally with his attitude and behavior exposes the prestige and reputation of the Association.
C) anyone who is already a member but does not hold the status of owner (regardless of ownership percentage) of a sailing vessel for a period of more than 2 years . If it wishes to reintegrate due to the purchase of a vessel, no registration is required but only the subscription for the current year.
2. The deletion of a member or members, which may be final or temporary, is made by a proposal of the Board of Directors, which sets out substantiated reasons for the deletion, following a decision of the General Meeting. The same decision shall also determine the duration of the temporary deletion. The Board of Directors sends to the member referred to the general meeting with a proposal for deletion, an individual invitation and at the same time makes available to him all the details of his file, except those relating to personal data.
The General Meeting shall decide on the deletion or not before any other matter of the day and after having heard the member whose deletion is requested.
If the motion for deletion is not accepted by the General Meeting, the member has the right to participate in it, to take the floor and to vote for a decision on the other issues of the day.
3. Those who have been deleted or left have no right to the property of the Association, nor can they request the return of subscriptions, donations or any provision.
ARTICLE 10 INSTITUTIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION
Bodies of the Association are: the General Assembly, the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee.
ARTICLE 11 GENERAL ASSEMBLY
The General Assembly of members is the highest and sovereign body of the Association. The General Meeting may not decide on items outside the agenda unless all the members of the Association are present or represented at the meeting and consent to the discussion and decision on the item outside the agenda. The General Assembly decides on any matter that does not fall under the law and the statutes, within the competence of another body and in particular:
1. It elects every three (3) years the members of the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee, as well as their alternate members.
2. It elects a three-member electoral committee, with two alternate members, to elect the Board of Directors.
3. Supervises and controls the organs of the association, namely the Board of Directors, the Audit Committee, having at any time the right to dismiss these organs or their members from their duties.
4. Approves or rejects the action report of the Board of Directors, the balance sheet of income and expenses, after hearing the report of the Audit Committee and finally approves the budget of the New Year.
5. Decides on the deletion of a member from the Association, and in case of Appeal for the registration of a member in it.
6. Decides on the change of purpose, the amendment of the articles of association, the discharge of the members of the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee from any responsibility for the administration and management of the affairs of the association as well as the dissolution of the Association.
ARTICLE 12 CONVENING OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
1. The General Meeting is convened by the Board of Directors regularly once a year, within the first quarter, and extraordinary whenever deemed necessary by the Board of directors or when they request it, with a written request from the president of the Board of Directors, in which the issue to be discussed is indicated, 1/5 of the financially settled members of the Association.
In the latter case d.P. it is obliged to convene the General Meeting within five (5) days from the submission of the request, informing it, with the items on the agenda, the place and time of its convocation, as specified in Paragraph 2 of this article, three (3) days in advance. If the D.P. the competent court authorises the applicants to convene a General Meeting themselves, at the same time designating the Presidium of the General Meeting and the items on the agenda.
2. The General Meeting shall be convened by the Board of Directors following a written communication from the president, addressed, at least eight (8) days ago, to all members of the General Meeting and which shall contain the items of the agenda, the place, the day and the time of the convening of the General Meeting.
The announcement is made by any means of publicity. the announcement may be drafted and communicated by electronic means (e.g. by sending an email to an e-mail address declared by the members). The General Meeting may be announced and conducted, following a decision of the Board of Directors, using modern digital means of remote participation of members.
3. The work of the General Assembly is headed by a three-member presidium elected at the beginning of each General Assembly by a show of hands and composed of the president, the Secretary and one of its members. Each is elected separately.
4. The invitation of the General Meeting may provide for the possibility of participation of all or some members from a distance and the conduct of the meeting by audiovisual or other electronic means, without the physical presence of the members at the venue. In this case, sufficient measures shall be taken to:
* A) to ensure the identity of the participant, the participation of exclusively members who are entitled to participate or attend the general meeting and the security of the electronic connection,
(B) to enable the participant to monitor by electronic or audiovisual means the conduct of the assembly and to address the assembly, orally or in writing, during the Assembly from a distance, as well as to vote on the items on the agenda; and
(c) it is possible to accurately record the vote of the participant from a distance.
5. Following a specifically reasoned decision of the Board of directors referred to in the invitation of the General Meeting, the issues to be discussed may be determined due to the importance of the issues.
ARTICLE 13 QUORUM OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
The General Assembly is in a quorum when at least 1/5 of the financially settled members participate in it.
If there is no quorum during the first debate, a new General Meeting shall be convened on the same day of the following week, at the same place and at the same time, with the same items on the agenda, without compliance with the formalities of Article 12 par. 2 of the present on convocation and invitations. At this second repeat meeting, the General Assembly meets validly and takes decisions, regardless of the number of members present or represented in the Assembly.
The General Meeting shall act by an absolute majority of the votes of the members present at the meeting.
ARTICLE 14 DECISIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
1. Decisions of the General Assembly shall be taken by vote. The vote shall be by a show of hands, unless otherwise decided by the General Assembly, but never by acclamation. Voting is open unless otherwise specified in other articles of this statute.
2. Secret is any vote that refers to elections of collective bodies (Board of Directors, Audit and Election Committee) matters of trust to the Administration, approval of accountability, personal issues.
3. The decisions of the General Assembly shall be taken by an absolute majority of the members present who have the right to vote.
4. It is allowed to conduct the General Assembly, to hold voting and to take decisions using an appropriate electronic system after a decision of the board of directors. In the event of a decision being taken on an issue provided for by secret ballot under this statute or the provisions of the CC, an electronic system should be used to ensure the transparency and secrecy of voting (indicatively, the use of a “Zeus” – type digital voting system).
ARTICLE 15 SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS
Especially in cases of amendment of the articles of association, dissolution of the Association, on the implementation of the objectives, a quorum of one second (1/2) at least of the entire number of financially settled members of the Association and a majority of three quarters (3/4) of those present is always required at any general meeting.
In order to decide to change the purpose of the Association, all members must agree to it. Absent members may give written consent to a decision on this matter.
In order to take a decision on the removal of a member of the Association, the General Meeting is in a quorum, when informed members are present who constitute (including those legally represented) one fifth (1/5) of the total number of members of the association In such a case, the decision of the Assembly shall be taken by a simple majority of the votes of the members participating or represented in the General Assembly.
ARTICLE 16 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1. The Association is governed by a 9-member Board of Directors with three alternate members elected by the General Assembly for three (3) years, by secret ballot.
2. The elected Board of Directors within eight (8) days from its election, on the initiative of the first majority Councilor, meets and elects by secret ballot a President, Vice-President, General Secretary, and Treasurer.first, the election of the president takes place following a declaration of participations by the members in order elected.
If the latter does not convene a body, the second Councilor shall assume the responsibility of convening it.
3. It is not possible to coincide in the same person the qualities of President, Vice-President, secretary-general, or Treasurer.
4 .The same decision for the establishment of the Board of Directors in a body confers responsibilities on its members and provides the necessary authorizations for their execution, in accordance with the provisions of this decision.
5.It is permitted to reallocate the offices of the members of the Board of Directors during its term of office. For the redistribution of offices, the election procedure is followed
President, Vice-President, Secretary-General and Treasurer and Constitution as provided for in the preceding paragraphs of this article.
ARTICLE 17 RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Board Of Directors:
1. He has the management, management and representation of the Association.
2. It carries out the decisions of the general meetings.
3. Provides, decides and makes every effort in pursuit of the aims of the Association in accordance with the articles of association and generally administers it.
4. It manages the property of the association, determines and approves the expenses.
5. It is accountable before the General Assembly and recommends the taking of the necessary measures and the drawing of the general line of the Association for the achievement of its goals.
6. Ensures the collection of the association’s revenues, prepares the report, the action planning of the Board of Directors and the budget and submits them for approval to the General Assembly.
ARTICLE 18 MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1. The Board of Directors meets regularly at least once (1) a month and by videoconference if necessary and extraordinary whenever the president deems it necessary to convene it or at least five (5) members request it by written or electronic (via email) request, which must indicate the agenda items.
In the latter case, the chairman is obliged to convene by invitation the Board of Directors within 48 hours of the submission of the application. Otherwise, it is convened by those who have requested it without any other formality, but after legally notifying all members of the Board of Directors.
2. The Board of Directors is convened by its chairman, who, by written invitation, notifies the other members at least three (3) days in advance of the place, time and agenda items. The Management Board may meet by videoconference using appropriate audiovisual or other electronic means, without the physical presence of the members at its venue.
3. The board of Directors is in quorum if at least five (5) of its members are present. Decisions are taken by an absolute majority of those present. In the event of a tie, the vote of the president shall prevail.
4. The members of the Board of Directors shall not have the right to vote on matters concerning themselves, their spouses or relatives by blood or marriage up to the second degree.
5. At the meetings of the Board of Directors, minutes shall be taken which they are recorded in a special book under the care of the secretary-general and are signed by the consultants who participate in the meetings. Certified copies of the minutes of the Board of Directors may be issued by the president or by the secretary-general .
A member of the Board of directors who is unreasonably absent from three (3) continuous regular meetings , loses his office, following a decision of the Board of Directors, which is immediately notified to him.
The position of the member who resigned or fell is occupied by the first alternate.
ARTICLE 20 DUTIES OF PRESIDENT
The chairman of the Board of Directors:
1. It convenes and directs the meetings of the Board of Directors as well as of the General Assembly until its three-member presidium is elected and prepares the agenda together with the secretary-general.
2. Signs with the general secretary the minutes of the meetings, the payment orders and any other kind of documents related to the activity of the Association.
3. Represents the Association in the Judicial, Administrative Authorities, in convened Panhellenic Congresses, in appellate organizations and in third parties, unless otherwise specified in other articles herein.
4. He is responsible together with the general secretary for the faithful implementation of the decisions of the general meetings and generally presides over the events of the Association.
ARTICLE 21 DUTIES OF VICE-PRESIDENT
The Vice-President shall replace the president when he is absent or prevented from doing so. In such cases the powers of the Vice-President shall be the same as those of the President.
ARTICLE 22 DUTIES OF SECRETARY-GENERAL
1. Prepares with the president the agenda and proposes the issues of the Board of Directors and the General Meeting, prepares the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and co-signs with the president the minutes of the meetings as well as and all kinds of documents.
2. He directs the offices of the association, handles correspondence, keeps the record, the protocol of incoming – outgoing documents, The Register of members and keeps the seal of the Association.
ARTICLE 23 TREASURER’S DUTIES
1. The Treasurer is responsible for managing the property of the Association. Keeps the fund book of the Association, updates The Register Book of members and keeps in special envelopes all the supporting documents for payment, collects the members ‘ subscriptions and gives relevant for this proof, signed by him.
2. The Treasurer has the power to conclude and sign any kind of contracts, annexes and additional acts with any terms and with any banking institution for the opening of bank accounts in the name of the Association, the granting of a debit or credit card, the use of electronic transaction systems (electronic banking, web banking) and infrastructure systems for the execution of any kind of transactions, indicatively through the Internet, the fixed telephone network and mobile networks. The Treasurer validly binds the Association in all its monetary transactions regardless of amount (indicatively withdrawals, deposits, purchases, payments) with his signature and the seal of the Association, but also by using or typing, as appropriate, the confidentiality of his personal identification code (indicatively PIN, User name and Password) from the respective system and indicatively has the right to move the deposit accounts with orders of any kind of transfer, information movement and balance, the ability to carry out any kind of transactions( indicatively withdrawals, deposits, purchases, payments), 24 hours a day, in an on – line-Real Time environment through the ATM network of the respective bank and the network of dias, with businesses that via electronic payment device (EFT/POS) accept the cards as a means of payment, in Greece or abroad.
3. The cashier is obliged to deposit in a reliable Bank, according to his decision
Board of Directors of All collections of the Association. But it can keep Cash up to five hundred Euros (500 €) -an amount that can be increased or reduced by decision of the Board of Directors, for any urgent needs of the Association. Withdrawals are made by the treasurer or other part of the management following a decision of the Board of Directors.
4. The Treasurer submits:
A) at the beginning (within the first week) of each month to the Board of directors a statement of income and expenses for the previous month and at the end of the year the account of the management of the property of the Association,
(B) before each General Meeting, at the Board of Directors, a nominal list of members who are late in their contributions.
5. In the event that he is absent or prevented from exercising his duties, the treasurer shall be replaced by a decision of the Board of directors by one of the regular advisers.
ARTICLE 24 ASSIGNMENT OF BOARD TASKS
1. Each of the members of the Management Board may be assigned other tasks than those already assigned to it by decision of the Management Board.
The board of Directors may delegate, after a unanimous decision, duties to other members of the Association other than the members of the Board of Directors.
2. In general, apart from the collective responsibility of the Board of Directors, its members have a particular responsibility for the proper functioning of the Association, the promotion of its claims and objectives.
ARTICLE 25 AUDIT COMMITTEE
1. The Audit Committee is three-member with an equal number of alternate members and is elected by the General Assembly together with the Board of Directors for (3) three years.
2. The work of the Audit Committee shall be headed by its chairman, elected at its first meeting.
3. The task of the Audit Committee is to audit and supervise the operations of the financial management of the Board of Directors. In order to achieve its work, it is entitled to examine the documents and books of the Association and he asks to see the contents of the fund. The board is obliged to provide her with all the facilities to successfully finish her work.
4. The Audit Committee prepares every year a detailed report referring to the management by the Board of Directors of the property of the Association in the past year and submits it for approval to the Ordinary General Meeting. It is obliged to do the same for any other assembly, if requested by the Board of directors or the number of members requesting the convocation of the Extraordinary General Assembly. In case any of its members disagrees, a separate report is drawn up and the General Assembly decides. The audit report is signed by the members of the Audit Committee and entered in the General Meeting Minutes book.–
ARTICLE 26 ELECTIONS-ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1. The Board of Directors is elected by a single ballot, drawn up by the outgoing Board of Directors
2. The members of the Association who wish to be included in the single ballot, submit a nomination no later than five (5) days before the date of the General Meeting, which has been convened for the election of the new Board of Directors, with a statement submitted or sent by any appropriate means to the association within the same deadline.
3. Those who submitted a nomination on time are necessarily included in the ballot paper if they are cash-informed members.
4. The Board of Directors, three (3) days before the date of the meeting of the General Assembly in a special meeting, approves or rejects the nominations, if in the person of the candidate the provided conditions in Article 5 of the present and draws up a ballot which distributes to the members when they attend the General Assembly to vote.
5. Each member who votes may place up to nine (9) preference crosses on the same ballot paper.
6. Voting is carried out by three members
Election committee composed by the chairman of the Election Committee and the two tellers elected by the General Assembly, before the beginning of voting for the election of the Board of Directors.
7. The Electoral Commission is responsible for maintaining order and ensuring the conduct of the elections in accordance with the provisions of the law and the statutes and on the basis of The Register of members and temporarily judges any challenge or objection submitted.
8. The Electoral Committee shall draw up minutes for the conduct of elections and elections and for their result, to which it shall attach a nominal list of the members who voted.
9. The minutes after being signed by all members of the committee are submitted by the chairman of the committee to the Presidium of the Assembly and are kept in the archives of the Association until the election of the next Board of Directors.
10. Each member comes and votes by throwing the ballot paper in the ballot box and then his name is deleted from the list of members kept by the Electoral Committee for the voting after which the sorting of votes takes place.
11. The Nine (9) candidates who collected the most preference crosses are elected as full members. In the event of a tie for the last place, a secret draw is made between those who were tied. Alternate members are elected in the order of the votes received.
12. The Electoral Committee applies the same procedure in the case of the election of the members of the Audit Committee.
13. By a decision of the majority of the General Assembly for which a quorum is required that is presumed in the presence of at least 1/5 of the registered and financially settled members, it is possible to determine and apply a procedure for the election of the Board of Directors by electronic voting or to give the possibility to members to vote by letter voting. The details and terms and conditions of the above election procedure are documented and recommended by the Board of Directors and are subject to the voting and acceptance of the General Assembly as above
ARTICLE 27 DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION
1. The association may be dissolved by a decision of the general meeting, only if it is taken unanimously.
2. The association must be dissolved if the number of members falls to less than ten.
3. In case of dissolution of the Association , liquidation is carried out, in accordance with the provisions of the Civil Code in conjunction with the applicable provisions of the laws on Associations of associations .
4. After the end of the liquidation, any remaining property in money, securities, movable and immovable property is transferred to the state or to a non-governmental or charitable organization related to the sea.
ARTICLE 28 FINAL PROVISIONS
1. The Association keeps the books prescribed by law, as well as any other books judged by the Board of Directors for the better functioning of the Association.
2. The Board of Directors may draft rules of procedure, which it submits to the General Meeting for approval. The regulation will provide for the regulation of the internal operation of the Association. The rules of procedure may not be contrary to the law and the statute. The General Assembly may revoke some or all of the rules of procedure.
3. Everything that is not provided for in this Statute shall be regulated in accordance with the provisions of the law on associations, legal persons and the decisions of the General Assembly.
ARTICLE 29 STAMP
The seal of the Association is circular. In the region bears the name of the Association in Greek and English (PASIDI Panhellenic Association of owners of sailboats also in English : Greek Sailboat Owners Association) and in the center of this representation in which are depicted two sails and Ripple and the year of foundation 2021.
This statute, consisting of 29 articles, was read and voted on at the meeting of …March 21, 2021 and will apply after its approval by the competent court.
Athens, 21 March 2021
THE FOUNDING MEMBERS.
FULL NAME SIGNATURE
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