The association

 

The statute 

 

STATUTE OF THE CULTURAL - SOCIAL ASSOCIATION

 

“  WEDDING ON THE MOON  ”

 

 
Art. 1  
The Cultural - Social Association "WEDDING ON THE MOON" is established. It is a free center of associative life, autonomous, pluralist, non-partisan, voluntary, democratic, with unlimited duration in time and without profit, regulated in accordance with the Title I Cap. III art. 36 and following of the Civil Code, as well as this Statute.  

Art. 2  
The Association pursues the following purposes:
  • Organize and promote cultural, musical, artistic, sporting, recreational and theatrical initiatives;
  • Collaborate synergistically with Local Authorities, cultural associations, cooperatives and companies in general with similar purposes, present both on the national territory and elsewhere;
  • Organize and manage preparation courses, professional training, improvement and refresher courses, study holidays, cultural exchanges;
  • Organize and manage: seminars, congresses, conferences, meetings, briefings, round tables, debates, exhibitions, fairs, festivals, happenings and manifestations of collective interest;
  • Organize and manage training courses for wedding planner (wedding organizers), parties and events of regional, national and international importance;
  • Organize and manage training courses for: photography, culinary art, cooking, wedding cake , vegan and organic cooking, agrarian, IT, portamento, journalism, wine knowledge , house cooking , floral decorations and event sets, wedding favors, communication, music, dance, oriental philosophies, meditation, graphics, cultural meetings, book presentations;
  • Organize weddings and events (even with foreign users) and provide all services related to marriage and events. Artistic processing and decoration of wedding favors, invitations and decorative accessories. Promotion and sale of wedding dresses and music services;
  • Design, implement, manage and advertise: recreational facilities, cultural centers, museums and archaeological sites, works of art, buildings of historical, cultural and archaeological interest, research centers;
  • Promote cultural exchanges and twinning, as well as recreational activities such as leisure activities, assistance to children, the elderly and handicapped;
  • Make collective purchases of textbooks, documentation, written or audiovisual material, photographic, scenographic material, as well as all the equipment useful for achieving the aims of the Association;
  • Supply of hostess service for congresses, briefings, fairs, conferences, round tables, etc;
  • Statistical data processing, census and research on: Protection of the territory, environmental protection, Companies of any type and sector, tourism, commerce, agriculture, crafts and industry, cultural and environmental heritage, waste dumps of any kind or nature, rural and civil dwellings , wooded areas or areas destined for wooded areas, areas at risk of hydro-geological instability and landslides, areas with an agricultural vocation, agricultural crops, industrial production.
  • Census, research and data processing related to territory to disadvantaged people, handicapped, single mothers, vulnerable groups, elderly care, quality of life in territory to income produced, per capita income, to families living below poverty line, to serious territory diseases, etc;
  • Drafting of books, newspapers, magazines, videos, CDs, DVDs, on researched data, census and mapping;
  • Mapping and census of legal and illegal landfills, mapping of terrestrial vocation farms, forests, landslide prone areas,rivers, torrents and valloon beds;
  • Social studies related to communication and its evolution over time
  • Assistance to families who experience the discomfort of separation with particular attention to minors
  • Carry out any other activity related and similar to the purposes listed above, as well as carry out all the acts and conclude all the contractual transactions of a real estate, movable, industrial or financial nature necessary and useful for the achievement of the corporate purposes and, in any case, both directly and indirectly pertaining to the same;
  • The Association, in order to realize its social purpose, stipulates conventions with local authorities, public, private and moral institutions supported by specialized people in case of members unavailabilty. The Association, for the achievement of all aforementioned purposes, will be able to avail itself of all the provisions in general, state, provincial, municipal, regional, community and any other legal relief.
   

Art. 3  
The number of members is unlimited. All those who recognize themselves in the present Statute, interested in the realization of institutional goals, can share it with their spirit and ideals, regardless of political or religious convictions, sex, citizenship, ethnicity, age or profession. Aspiring members are required to accept the Statute and adopt the possible Association card.   

Art. 4  
Aspirants must apply to the Board of Directors. The admission of new members is decided at the discretion of the Board of Directors, which will decide on the admission requests within fifteen days. No appeal is admitted against refusal of admission.  

  Art. 5
Members have the right to:  
Attend the premises that the Association will make available, when identified and participate in the initiatives and events promoted by the Association, meet the assembly to discuss and deliberate and vote on questions concerning the Association, to elect and be elected in the management and control bodies.   

Art. 6  
The member is required to pay a membership fee, the extent determined by the Board of Directors to expect the Statute and the internal regulations to observe the resolutions of the corporate bodies. The amounts paid for the membership fees are not refundable.    

Art. 7  
The financial resources of the Association consist of: movable and immovable property, contributions from members and public and private bodies, donations and legacies, reimbursements, donations, commercial and productive activities, any other type of income.   

Art. 8  
The financial year starts on January 1st and ends on December 31st of each year. The final balance must be approved by the Assembly every year by the month of April. A further exception may be provided in the case of proven necessity or impediment.   

Art. 9   
The bodies of the Association are:
  • The shareholders' meeting;
  • The Board of Directors;
  • President;
  • The Treasurer Secretary;
  • The Board of Statutory Auditors.
 

Art. 10  
All members who at call date are in order with the fee membership payment, can attend the assembly. The Assembly can be both ordinary and extraordinary, and is convened by the Board of Directors by written notice, e-mail, verbal or telephone communication, containing the date and time of the first call and the agenda, at least eight days before.   

Art. 11  
The Assembly, both ordinary and extraordinary, is regularly constituted by the presence of half plus one of the members, and decides by absolute majority of the votes of those present. On second call, the Meeting is duly constituted regardless of the number of attendees, and decides with an absolute majority of those present. The ordinary Assembly has the following tasks:  

  • Elect the Board of Directors;
  • Approve the final balance sheet;
  • Approve the internal regulations.
The extraordinary Assembly deliberates on the modifications of the Statute and the eventual dissolution of the Association. At the opening of each session the Assembly elects a President and a Secretary who must sign the final report.   

Art. 12  
The Board of Directors is composed of three members, elected by the Assembly from among the members.  
The Board of Directors is validly constituted when at least two members are present. The members of the Board of Directors remain in office for three years and can be re-elected. The Board of Directors can be revoked by the Assembly with a majority of 2/3 of the members and for just cause.  

  Art. 13   
The Executive Council is the executive body of the Association. It meets on average twice a year and is convened by the President, by at least two of the members, upon reasoned request.  
The Board of Directors has all the powers of ordinary and extraordinary administration.  
In ordinary operations his duties are:  
  • Prepare the documents to be submitted to the Assembly;
  • Formalize the proposals for the management of the Association;
  • Draw up the final balance sheet;
  • Establish the membership fees and contributions that members must pay.
  

Art. 14   
The President holds office for five years and can be re-elected. He is the legal representative of the Association in all respects, convenes and presides over the Board of Directors, signs all the administrative acts performed by the Association; can open and close bank and post office current accounts and proceed with collections, using the mandatory assistance of the Treasury Secretary.  
It grants members special power of attorney to manage various activities.  

  Art. 15  
The Treasurer Secretary remains in office for five years and can be re-elected. He has the task of managing the cash and bank and postal current accounts of the association, can issue checks or collect amounts autonomously, periodically providing, on a quarterly basis, to report during the first meeting of the Board of Directors. He also charged with keeping the economic-financial accounting of the association.    

Art. 16  
The Board of Statutory Auditors, is an optional body and constitutes the controlling body of the association. It will be formed by three members and two substitutes and remains in office for three years. The Board of Statutory Auditors can be elected only twice. Furthermore, it meets on average twice a year and chairs the meetings of the Board of Directors. It is convened by the President, who will be elected between the same members or by at least two of the members, upon justified request. The Board of Statutory Auditors has the power to check the books, the accounting records and to inspect the cash register; the Board of Statutory Auditors is also reserved all the powers provided for by the civil code.  
The Board of Statutory Auditors is an optional body for the Association. The Assembly will decide to appoint the Board of Statutory Auditors, choosing as members, five of the members of the same Association.     

Art. 17      
The dissolution of the Association is decided by the Assembly with the majority referred to in Art. 11.   

Art. 18  
For matters not covered by this Statute, existing laws and standards are applied.

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