Association for promoting electric vehicles in Romania

Statut

STATUTE

  • CHAPTER I
  • GENERAL DISPOSITIONS
  • Article 1. - It is THE ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTING ELECTRIC VEHICLES in ROMANIA "AVER" as Romanian legal entity of private law, governmental, and non-affiliated nonprofit, according to the proof Nr. 31 232 / 08.02.2005, the availability of the name issued by the Ministry of Justice, Department of Public Relations and cooperation with NGOs.

    Article 2. - The association is headquartered in the Icpe Solar Park. Splaiul Unirii 313, 030138, M Block, 2nd floor, D1 suite.

    Article 3. - The association is constituted under the provisions O.G. 26/2000 and operate under the this law and this Statute.

    Article 4. - The Association is of indefinite duration from the date of its registration in the Register of Associations and Foundations.

  • CHAPTER II
  • GOAL AND OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSOCIATION.
  • Article 5. - The Association aims to contribute to the sustainable development of transport by promoting research, design, manufacture, import and ecological exploitation of unconventional vehicles (having The main objective electric vehicle), hereinafter called EV and their components and systems, infrastructure and energy sources specific to electric mobility;

  • stimulate creative scientific work in the field
  • implement national programs or projects in Europe
  • contribute to the development of the national continuing education and training of professionals
  • help educate and inform, especially young people, in the spirit of sustainable development of society, to understand the importance of environmental protection
  • help promote in the country, clean technologies that ensure progress in harmony with nature
  • contribute to harmonization of Romanian legislation with that of the EU and generally contribute to the harmonization of Romanian objectives in the field of electric mobility with environmental friendly means, with the European
  • contribute to the initiation of laws encouraging the use of electric vehicles by consumers through subsidies and tax breaks by the Romanian State upon their acquisition
  • push for infrastructure development dedicated to electric mobility in order to encourage the use of electric vehicles in urban environments
  • to represent and promote the interests of its members nationally and internationally.
  • Article 6. - To achieve the goal, the association has as main objectives the following:

  • organizes events and meetings technical and scientific nature in the national or international electric mobility
  • cooperate with other organizations in the country and abroad
  • part, by association, the work of international organizations in the field
  • publishes magazines, newsletters, papers, studies and books, exchanging their publications in relation to its goals
  • distributes and exports its publications, imports and distributes specialty print publications and edited by similar foreign organizations in purpose or in law
  • granted for achievements in the field, honors, diplomas, awards
  • organizes study centers, training and professional certification
  • develop specific activities for youth (prizes, scholarships, internships, training visits etc.)
  • lucrative activities in its field based on the decisions of the general meeting
  • in its purpose, establish relations and collaborate with other organizations scientific technical, and socio-professional employers through participation and / or organization of joint actions of mutual interest and become a shareholder in companies and banks.
  • Article 7. - Association can conduct business in order to acquire the financial resources intended to obtain the intended purpose.

  • CHAPTER III
  • FOUNDING MEMBERS. Association members.
  • Article 8. - Members founders are represented by natural and legal persons who consent to the establishment Association and that association will be established and operate legally. Founding members have voting rights and are not exempt from paying annual dues.
    Article 9 - member of the association may subsequently become any natural or legal person, Romanian or foreign, wishing to contribute to achieving the goals and objectives of the association and adhere to the charter. Association members have voting rights and are not exempt from paying annual dues.
    In terms of this statute, the Association may have honorary members invited to join the association by the board of directors with powers of representation and international image of the association. Honorary members do not have voting rights and are exempted from the annual fee required for the current operation of the association. Board chairman becomes honorary member after expiry of their term of office, followed by the re-election of a new president.
    Association members can have partisans. Partisan members are exempt from paying annual dues and have no right to vote in general meetings. All categories of members may attend general meetings of shareholders.

    Article 9. - Association members, in their entirety will contribute to achieving the goals and objectives Foundation, both through their work and through contributions in kind or in cash.
    Art.10. - The rights and obligations of members and founding members of the association:

    b. Rights
  • to have access to all information regarding business association
  • to take part in activities organized by the association and to have access to documentation and dissemination center
  • to participate in events and scientific and technical meetings organized by the association without paying participation fees
  • to seek and obtain professional and technical consulting
  • to obtain preferential publications issued by the association or distributed through the association
  • receive recommendations and interventions for the benefit of fee reductions for participation in international scientific and technical meetings
  • to get discounts on advertising fees in prints edited by AVER
  • inclusion in catalogs published by associations with companies that collaborate AVER
  • tax cuts for employees participating in specialized courses organized by AVER
  • participation fee reductions for promotional activities in the exhibitions organized by AVER
  • to give up membership in the association
  • to vote and to be elected in the management bodies of the association
  • voting in the general meeting of members.
  • b. Liabilities
  • to respect the statutes and internal regulations of the association, including protection of the interests and image of AVER
  • to contribute materially and spiritually to fulfill the purpose and objectives of the association
  • to pay until 31 March of each calendar year, the annual contribution rates laid down by Council
  • actively participate in activities organized by AVER, including submission of suggestions and attracting new members
  • to comply with their duties honestly in AVER functions for which they were elected.
  • Art.11. - Partisan Association members and members can make donations or lease under the law, material and financial means necessary for the purpose and objectives of the association.
    Art.12. - Termination of founding member may take place after voting exclusion of half plus one of the founding members, following their decision for termination of membership upon written request, to the death or legal erasure. Termination of membership of the association, honorary member or adherent member may occur in the following cases:
  • at the request of the member who wishes to cease activity in the association: the request must be made in writing and notified to the bodies of the association 30 days before the date of withdrawal;
  • excluded by the general meeting if the member is totally idle and disinterested purpose and objectives of the association, either seriously or repeatedly violates the statute or internal regulations of the association;
  • by not paying the annual fee on the date fixed by the statute only for association members and founding members;
  • in case of death of individuals and legal persons dissolution;
  • by dissolving the association.

  • CHAPTER IV
  • ADMINISTRATIVE BODIES, ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL OF THE ASSOCIATION
  • Art.13. - The governing body of the association is the general meeting of shareholders. Art.14. - The general assembly of members is the supreme governing body and is convened by half plus one of its members or board of directors.
    The General Assembly is valid at the first convocation in the presence of a simple majority (half plus one) of the members of the association and makes valid decisions with the vote of half plus one of the members present. The second convocation is valid when at least 20% of association members and takes valid decrees with the vote of half plus one of the members present. To change the bylaws, the General Meeting decides valid by simple majority vote of members.
    Convening members can be made by letter, e-mail, SMS or any way that makes proof of service at least ten days before the date fixed for its development.
    The General Assembly is headed by President and in his absence, by another member of the board of directors mandated by the President. Secretary General of the Association shall, at the beginning of the general assembly meeting, communicating this situation and the nominal list of the members present.
    At each general meeting the Secretary General shall prepare a report which records the conduct debates that took place and the decisions which were taken.

    Associations are informed debate absent from the minutes before the secretariat of the association.
    Art.15. - An individual vote is equal to the vote of a legal person.
    Art.16. - The general meeting of members shall have the following powers:

  • elect and dismiss the Board of Directors and Secretary General
  • approves the auditing committee or appoint the auditor proposed
  • review and approve the program of the association, the draft budget and the annual expenditure
  • approve the modification or amendment of the bylaws
  • approve the establishment or abolition of the association subsidiaries
  • Foundation decides dissolution and liquidation of their assets.
  • Art.17. - Board is the managing body of the association and is elected general meeting of members. Board consists of five members: a president who can also act as executive director, a vice president, two members and a secretary general.
    Direct the board chairman for this Administration may delegate the exercise of one of its board members.
    Art.18. - The board of directors is elected for four years, enjoys stability mandate, with the possibility of being confirmed in whole or in part with the votes of half plus one of the members present at the general assembly associates. Revocation board before term it has a majority of three fourths of all members of the association and only in case of serious or repeated violation of the statutes or internal regulations of the association.
    Art.19. - Board meets obligatory at least once per quarter, and could also develop internal rules of operation. Statutory Board is convened in the presence of half plus one of its members (five). If the first meeting quorum is not met, proceed to a new convocation, within five days after the previous one. At the second meeting, the board is legally constituted with two members. Board adopts valid decisions by majority vote of members present. In case of equality of votes, the Chairman's vote is decisive. The deliberations and decisions of the board of directors shall be recorded in the minutes concluded at each meeting.
    Art.20. - Board of Directors has the following powers:
  • apply the decisions of the general meeting of members
  • decide on membership in other groups of organizations
  • approve new members
  • sets new tasks of the Executive Director
  • manages heritage association
  • determined the annual dues of its members and seeks collection
  • prepare reports, budget revenues and expenditures or anything required by the general meeting of members
  • organizes the accounts of the association
  • make proposals to the General Assembly for organizing association
  • association seeks to achieve goals and objectives
  • develop internal rules of procedure of the Association
  • approve the organizational functions within the association, the association and committed staff employee negotiate their salaries
  • enforce the activities necessary to achieve the goals and objectives of the Foundation
  • has the association office change
  • Art.21. - Chairman of the Board of Directors shall:
  • represents the association in relations with third parties
  • shall represent the association at national and international level, defines relationships with other governmental or nongovernmental organizations nationally and internationally.
  • Article 22 - In the absence of the president, his powers shall be exercised by delegation by the Vice-President or by another board member
    Art.23. - The Executive Director shall:
  • has the right to legally valid signature on behalf of the association
  • ensure executive management association
  • achieved effective management of the association between board meetings
  • shall represent the association at national and international level.
  • Art.24. - Auditor shall:
  • controls the form and composition of the association's funds and if they are managed properly
  • check the accounts and submit a report to the General Assembly
  • check how the association is managed assets.
  • The censor can not be part of the board.
  • CHAPTER V
  • HERITAGE ASSOCIATION
  • Art.25. - Heritage Association is composed of all goods and valuables from members and third-party association. Assets given to the use of association of natural or legal persons under the law, not part of the heritage association. Their record is kept separately.
    Art.26. - On creation of the association patrimony it consists of a social fund LEI 1000 (one thousand lei) made by participating members of the association.
    Art.27. - Heritage Association is filled with other contributions from members, donations and any other lawful sources. Annual dues of members shall be collected until 31 March each year, according to the quotas set by the board for each year individually.
    Art.28. - Association open a bank account and financial accounting transactions are only signed by the executive director or the person authorized by him.
  • CHAPTER VI
  • INCOME AND EXPENSES OF THE ASSOCIATION
  • Art.29. - Association derives its income:
  • interest and dividends resulting from investments in the law
  • dividends companies set up foundation
  • donations, sponsorship or related funds from the country or from abroad, from individuals and companies, domestic and foreign currency, in accordance with the legal provisions
  • income from direct economic activities
  • resources from the state budget and / or local budgets
  • membership fees
  • other income provided by law. Art.30. - The association can establish commercial companies whose dividends, unless reinvest in these companies will be used to achieve its goal. The Association can carry out any other direct economic activities, if they have accessory character and are closely related to its main purpose.
    Art.31. - The main expenses of the association are:
  • wage and salary increases
  • allowances, bonuses and prizes
  • purchase of school supplies, office printers, computers etc.
  • rents, interest, taxes, bank fees
  • informational materials and demonstration
  • travel, accommodation, meals, transportation, utilities
  • other expenses in order to promote and achieve the objectives of the association.
  • Art.32. - Expenditure takes place according to the income and expenditure budget and approved board of directors. Salaries, allowances and emoluments of staff limits are established and functions of state budget revenue and expenditure. Board may order the payment of prizes, bonuses and the like from existing availability.
    33. - Association drafts its own budget of revenues and expenses and the balance sheet drawn up in Under the legal provisions in force. Economic and financial activities begin on January 1 and ends on December 31st of each year.
  • CHAPTER VII
  • DISSOLUTION AND LIQUIDATION OF THE ASSOCIATION
  • Art.34. - The Association is dissolved in one of the following cases:
  • judgment general meeting of members
  • Failure to achieve the purpose and objectives of the association, if within three months of becoming aware of such a fact is not repurposing association
  • Failure to constitute the shareholders' meeting or board of directors if this situation lasts more than one year after the adoption of the constitution of the association

  • In case of dissolution of the association, its assets will be transferred under a handover protocol, a legal person with identical or similar purpose, which will be designated by the decision of general meeting of members. Art.35. - Liquidation heritage association is in accordance with legal provisions, the liquidators following the be appointed by court or elected by the general meeting where the forum decides dissolution of the association. I liquidators fulfill their mandate under the control of the Auditing Commission, will take stock and draw a balance sheet of assets and liabilities exact status of the association. With the appointment of liquidators, board mandate terminates. Liquidators may be natural or legal persons authorized in the law. Art.36. - The liquidators are obliged to receive and keep the registers and any other acts of association. Also, they shall keep a register of all liquidation operations, in chronological order. Liquidators fulfill their mandate under the control of the censor. Liquidators are obliged to continue the legal operations in progress, to collect claims, to pay creditors and, if the cash is insufficient to transform the rest of the assets in cash, proceeding at a public auction sale of movable and immovable property. Liquidators can accomplish only those new operations needed to finalize those in progress. Art.37. - Liquidators complete the operations and administration account to those entitled emit only after expiration of six months from the publication of the dissolution of the association. 38. - After the closing of the liquidation, the liquidators are obliged, within 2 months to submit the balance sheet, the journal register and a memorandum, stating the liquidation operations to the Registry of Associations and Foundations of the court in whose territorial circumscription the association is located and meet all the publication procedures and removal from the register. If within 30 days free of deposit balance not recorded any complaint, the balance sheet is considered definitely approved and the liquidators, with the authorization of the court, shall submit liquidation, together with all the books and documents of the association of the right assets and cash left .After from the liquidators will be held download and will be issued a document examiner. 39. - The Association shall cease to have being the dissolution and liquidation, the date of removal from the Register of Associations and Foundations, based on a proof document that will be issued to liquidators by the court in whose territorial association is located, after the distribution of goods and amounts remaining after liquidation, on discharge their obligations.