Amagi

Self-determination in harmony with AllM

Statutes Association Amagi

 

Sstatutes (founding agreement) of the Association

Amagi - Self-determination in harmony with everything

 

Association for development and Exploration of an auf nature and in harmony with it oriented, ecological and happy life.

Statutes Amagi 1

The goal is to promote the reconnection of all living beings to the earth in order to realize their own self-determination in accordance with natural law.

Statutes

§1 Name, seat and field of activity

The association bears the name Amagi - Self-determination at Harmony with All and has hisn registered office in Zahling. Its activities extend to Austria and, for the aforementioned purposes, shall extend its activities to any Countries and territories expand and enter into cooperative ventures. The establishment of non-profit branch associations or branches is intended.

§2 Purpose of the association

The Activity of the Associations, Amagi - Self-determination in harmony with everything Sync and corrections by n17t01 exclusively non-profit and not for profit. The aim is to the Reconnection of all Living creature to the earthin order to protect one's own Self-determination in accordance with natural law. Dhe man and the Alive, his physical, social, spiritual and mental wholeness is the focus of the association and is in its totality and originality indispensable for all life on earth, for a self-determined and harmonious development of society and dem free and peacefuln Living together. Its Striving and working for the connection in nature should be be supported and protected.

 

These Interests and freedom shall be preserved, developed, promoted and accompanied. Impairments due to stressful influences of modern civilization or the social constructs bound to them, are to be excluded, neutralized and regenerated as far as possible. Dhe realization of the importance of the interrelation of all things from their origin and the Intergenerational assistance of any kind should be developed and implemented, knowledge preserved and promoted and den people be made available. The possibilities, methods, technologies and concepts are researched and examined in the sense of the association's purpose, and the implementation capability is demonstrated by means of example projects. The resulting knowledge is passed on to others through information and teaching activities, for the benefit of all.

§3 Values, means and activities to achieve the purpose of the association

Ideal resources

One's own esteem, the esteem of every living being, the consistent pursuit of the very highest moral values in harmony with creation of all kinds and nature. in harmony, are the Maxims of the association Amagi - Self-determination at Harmony with All.

They are the basis for the implementation and realization of the idealistic goals and the development of new concepts and experiences. In addition to research into the social coexistence of living beings, animals, nature and intergenerational assistance of any kind, the association also provides for the dissemination of knowledge, possibilities for applications, availability, implementations and utilization, especially in the areas mentioned. A cross-cultural exchange is to lead to a mutual fertilization with ideas for concepts with simultaneous appreciation of individual coinages. In projects, project accompaniment and/or cooperation should been To bring people closer to organizing the experience and living together also close to nature and skin. For this purpose, it is possible to cooperate with existing clubs, organizations and associations that have similar objectives and/or whose activities complement the goals of the association.

Likewise, the idealistic means can be used by planning, organizing and carrying out events to promote the purpose of the association (courses, lectures, seminars, Coursesnature experience days, presentations of products and services) can be achieved. Also the cooperation with educational institutions of all kinds, serves the implementation of the purpose of the association. Insofar as justified interests are violated, restricted or not recognised by third parties, the association may engage in the enforcement of rights and claims. This also includes the promotion of projects, the prevention of inadmissible measures, the cooperation with external consultants and specialists, provided that these can be engaged on a voluntary basis or sufficient funds can be acquired for their financing. An integration into the work of the association and a use of acquired knowledge and skills should be made possible and continuously expanded for all interested parties, whereby an acceptance as a member of the association is the goal. The areas of the association's work can be promoted through broadcasts, public relations, media, networking, cooperation with sponsors of institutions, governmental and non-governmental institutions and the like.

Material resources

The necessary funds shall be raised, inter alia, through membership fees, admission fees, sponsorship fees, voluntary contributions, donations, donations in kind and other contributions, sponsorship, grants, crowdfunding, patronage, exploitation, cost sharing and apportionments in the context of the purpose activities of the association, including project-related, or by contract with partners. Members pay their dues, honorary members are exempt from dues. The General Assembly decides on the annual contribution of ordinary members, the minimum amount and the duration of the contribution for sustaining memberships as well as on the collection of an admission fee. The Association pursues exclusively and directly charitable purposes and is not geared towards making profits or surpluses. Existing surpluses are spent on the promotion of the purposes of the Association, unless reserves are formed.

Material resources

The necessary funds shall be raised, inter alia, through membership fees, admission fees, sponsorship fees, voluntary contributions, donations, donations in kind and other contributions, sponsorship, grants, crowdfunding, patronage, exploitation, cost sharing and apportionments in the context of the purpose activities of the association, including project-related, or by contract with partners. Members pay their dues, honorary members are exempt from dues. The General Assembly decides on the annual contribution of ordinary members, the minimum amount and the duration of the contribution for sustaining memberships as well as on the collection of an admission fee. The Association pursues exclusively and directly charitable purposes and is not geared towards making profits or surpluses. Existing surpluses are spent on the promotion of the purposes of the Association, unless reserves are formed.

§4 Types of membership

A membership in the association Amagi - Self-determination at Harmony with All is for all natural persons possible. Ordinary members are those with full participation in the work of the association. Extraordinary members are supporters of the association without the right to vote in the general meeting according to the statutes. They can be supporting members or honorary members. Honorary membership may be conferred by resolution of the Presidium on people who have rendered outstanding services to the Association or the objectives of the Association.

§5 Acquisition of membership

The acquisition of membership in the association Amagi - Self-determination at In harmony with everything, requires an application for admission. The presidium decides on the admission to the association. It can be refused without giving reasons. Temporally limited trial memberships are possible and are approved by the presidium according to the statutes.

"Have courage to use your own mind."

Immanuel Kant

Statutes

§6 Termination of membership

Membership expires by resignation, expiration, exclusion or death. The withdrawal from the association Amagi - Self-determination at Harmony with AllThe membership period, except for the trial membership (it ends automatically after one month if it is not converted into an annual membership), is one year and is renewed for a further year if it is not terminated with a notice period of three months to the end of the membership year. Notice of termination must be given in text form or informally to a member of the Executive Committee. Expulsion by unanimous decision of the Executive Committee is only possible if the member to be expelled has damaged or endangered the reputation or interests of the Association through his conduct. In the event of arrears in membership fees of at least two months or if notice of termination has already been given, the Association may terminate the membership. Claims arising from the membership relationship shall thus end irrespective of the claims of the association to already existing claims.

§7 Rights and duties of the members

The members (of the community of interests) are entitled to participate in all events of the association and to use the facilities of the association. Members are obliged to promote the interests of the Association to the best of their ability and to refrain from doing anything that could damage the reputation and purpose of the Association. The ordinary and extraordinary members are obliged to pay the membership fees punctually in the amount decided by the General Assembly.

§8 The organs of the association

The organs of the Association are the Presidium, the General Assembly (members), the Auditors and the arbitral tribunal.

§9 General Assembly (Members)

The Presidium shall convene a General Assembly at least every 4 years, to which the Members to be convened at least eight days in advance, with notification of the agenda. The General Assembly shall also be convened if 10% of the members so request. The invitations shall be made in text form or by posting on the information board in the clubhouse. The General Assembly shall constitute a quorum regardless of the number of members present. Elections and resolutions in the General Assembly are generally carried out with a simple majority of the valid votes cast. However, resolutions to amend the statutes of the Association or to dissolve the Association require a qualified majority of 90% of valid votes cast and the approval of the President and Vice President.

§10 Tasks of the General Assembly

The following tasks are reserved for the General Assembly: Adoption of resolutions on the budget, receipt and approval of the statement of accounts and the financial statement with the involvement of the auditors, election and dismissal of the members of the Presidium and the auditors, approval of legal transactions between the auditors and the Association, discharge of the Presidium and the auditors from liability.idium, resolutions on amendments to the Articles of Association and the voluntary dissolution of the Association, deliberation and resolutions on othere issues on the agenda.

§11 The Governing Body (Presidium)

The Presidium consists of the President and the Vice-President. In case of resignation of a member of the Presidium, a co-optation from the ordinary members is possible. The General Assembly may remove the Presidium or individual organs of the Association from office. The Presidium is elected by the General Assembly for a period of 4 years, re-election is possible. The members of the Presidium carry out their activities as a management body exclusively on an honorary basis. The members of the Presidium can declare their resignation in writing at any time.

§12 Tasks of the Presidium, meetings and quorum

The Presidium is responsible for the management, direction and administration of the Association as well as for the admission of members and amendments and changes to the Statutes. The president and/or the vice-president represent the association judicially or extrajudicially and are responsible for the association. signingshall be entitled to do so. The Presidium shall meet whenever the President or the Vice-President deems it necessary. The Presidium shall constitute a quorum when its members have been invited and at least two are present. Resolutions may only be passed unanimously. The meeting shall be chaired by the President.

§13 Special Duties of Individual Presidium Members

The President and/or the Vice-President shall conduct the day-to-day business of the Association. The President and/or the Vice-President represent the Association externally. Written copies require the consent of the President to be valid. Signature of the President and/or the Vice-President. Legal transactions between the members of the Presidium are possible. Legal authorisations to represent the Association externally or to sign on its behalf may only be granted by members of the Presidium. In case of imminent danger, the President is entitled to issue orders on his own responsibility, even in matters that fall within the scope of the General Assembly or the Presidium; in the internal relationship, however, these require the subsequent approval of the competent body of the Association. The President shall chair the General Assembly and the Presidium in accordance with the Statutes.

§14 Auditors

Two Auditor are elected by the General Assembly for a period of 4 years. Re-election is possible. The auditors may not belong to any body except the General Assembly. The auditors are responsible for the ongoing business control as well as the audit of the financial management of the association with regard to the correctness of the accounting and the use of funds in accordance with the statutes. The Presidium shall submit the necessary documents to the Auditors and provide them with the required information. The auditors shall report to the Presidium on the results of the audit.

§15 Arbitration court

The internal arbitration court is appointed to settle all disputes arising from the association relationship. It shall be formed in such a way that each party to the dispute submits within seven days to the Presiding Committee two Members as arbitrators. These shall elect by relative majority a chairman for the Arbitration. In the event of a tie, a joint decision shall be taken. The decisions of the arbitral tribunal shall be final and shall be taken by a simple majority of votes. The arbitral tribunal shall make its decision after hearing the parties concerned, in the presence of all its members, by a simple majority of votes in accordance with the statutes. It decides according to its best knowledge and conscience and the maxims of the association. Its decisions are final within the Association.

§16 Dissolution

Voluntary dissolution of the association Amagi - Self-determination at Harmony with All, can only be held in a general meeting and only with a 95%igen share of the votes cast and must be approved by the Presidents and Vice-Presidents shall be confirmed. This General Assembly also has to decide on the liquidation of the Association - insofar as the Association's assets are available. In particular, it shall appoint a liquidator and decide to whom the remaining assets of the Association shall be transferred after the liabilities have been covered. In the event of the dissolution of the Association or in the event of the discontinuation of the previous beneficiary purpose of the Association, the remaining assets of the Association shall be used for charitable or benevolent purposes..

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"No man is free who is not master of himself."

Matthias Claudius