Statutes of the Cazalrando Association
Version validated at the GA of 10/11/2018
An association governed by the law of 1 July 1901 and the decree of 16 August 1901 was founded on 14 /06/1985, with the title « Groupe des Marcheurs Cazalais et des Environs » which became « Cazalrando » on 16/01/2002.
This association is affiliated to the FFRandonnée and aims to
- to combine hiking and the discovery of the region
- to establish bonds of friendship and conviviality between members
- to make the members aware of the respect and protection of the environment
- to promote the hiker’s charter proposed by our Federation.
The head office is located at the town hall of Cazals (46250). It may be transferred to any other place by simple decision of the Board of Directors.
The Cazalrando association is composed of :
- Active members
- Supporter members
- Members of an external club
- Occasional members
These different categories of members are defined in the Internal Regulations
Termination of membership: Membership of the association is lost by :
- failure to pay the membership fee
- unjustified absence from one or more General Assemblies
- failure to comply with the rules laid down in the statutes and the internal regulations
Board of Directors and Office
The association is managed by the Board of Directors composed of at least 8 and at most 12 members. The members are elected for 3 years by the General Assembly and are renewable by thirds every year.
Outgoing members are eligible for re-election.
The Board of Directors chooses from among its members a bureau composed of
- a president
- a vice-president
- a secretary
- an assistant secretary
- a treasurer
- an assistant treasurer
The Board of Directors meets whenever it is convened by the President or at the request of one third of its members. Decisions are taken by a majority of votes; in the event of a tie, the President has the casting vote.
The General Assembly shall meet every year. Two weeks before the date fixed, the members of the association are invited by letter signed by the President.
The quorum shall be one quarter of the number of members.
Absent members may give a proxy vote to a member who will be present on the day of the General Assembly. Each voter may not receive more than two proxies.
The agenda, defined by the Board of Directors, is included in the notice of meeting.
The President, assisted by the members of the Bureau, chairs the meeting and presents the moral situation of the association.
The Treasurer reports on his management.
The activity report and the financial report are submitted to the Assembly for approval.
After the agenda has been completed, the members of the new Board of Directors shall be elected.
Expenses are ordered by the President, the association is represented in justice and in civil acts by the President or a member designated by the Administrative Council.
The President or the member designated by the Administrative Council must inform the Prefecture within three months of any changes in the composition of the association’s executive committee and any modifications to the statutes.
These changes shall be recorded in a special register and initialled by at least 3 members of the Board of Directors, including the President.
The dissolution of the Association must be pronounced by the General Assembly convened specifically for this purpose.
The General Assembly shall provide for the liquidation of the association’s assets. It may appoint one or more liquidators, who may or may not be members of the Association, whose powers it shall determine at its own discretion.
The dissolution must be declared to the Prefecture and the liquidation of the assets is organised in accordance with article 98 of the law of July 1, 1901 and the application decree of August 16, 1901.
In CAZALS on 10/11/2018
Name First Name Signature President
Last name First name Signature Secretary
Last name First name Signature Treasurer