ARTICLE 1 / NAME
It is founded between the adherents to the present statutes an association governed by the law of July 1st, 1901 and the decree of August 16th, 1901, having for title: HOMEO-GEHU.
ARTICLE 2 / OBJECT GOAL
This association aims to deepen theoretical and clinical knowledge in homeopathic medicine. This includes the study of homeopathic literature, its doctrine, pathogenesis, studies and clinical cases related thereto.
ARTICLE 3 / HEAD OFFICE
The registered office is set at the following address: HOMEO-GEHU, at Dr. Philippe Servais, 18 rue Littré 75006 Paris.
It may be transferred by simple decision of the Board of Directors.
Article 4 – DURATION
The duration of the association is unlimited.
ARTICLE 5 – COMPOSITION>
The association consists of:
a) Active or adherent members
b) Benevolent members (are benefactor members, people willing, by their gifts, to help the association in its exercise).
ARTICLE 6 / ADMISSION
The association is open to doctors, pharmacists, midwives practicing homeopathy as well as any other person whose expertise can be useful to the studies carried out by the association.
Membership in the association requires, after sponsorship, to be approved by the board of directors, which decides, at each of its meetings, on the admission applications submitted.
ARTICLE 7 / MEMBERS & amp; CONTRIBUTIONS
Active members are those who have made the commitment to pay annually a contribution, defined each year by the general assembly and the rules of procedure as well as to participate actively in working meetings.
Active members, up to date of contribution, have the sole power to vote at the annual general meeting.
ARTICLE 8 / RADIATIONS
Membership is lost by:
b) The death
c) The cancellation pronounced by the board of directors for non-payment of the subscription or for serious motive, the interested person having been invited, by registered letter, to provide explanations before the office and / or in writing.
ARTICLE 9 / AFFILIATION
This association may join other associations, unions or groupings by decision of the board of directors.
ARTICLE 10 / RESOURCES
The resources of the association include:
1 ° The amount of contributions
2 ° Donations
ARTICLE 11 / ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
The ordinary general assembly includes all members of the association for whatever reason.
It meets every year in September. At least three weeks before the date fixed, the members of the association are convened by the secretary. The agenda is on the convocations. The president, assisted by the members of the council, presides the assembly and exposes the moral situation or the activity of the association. The treasurer reports on his management and submits the annual accounts (balance sheet, income statement and appendix) to the approval of the meeting. The General Assembly sets the amount of the annual contributions to be paid by the different categories of members.
Only the items on the agenda can be discussed.
Decisions are taken by a majority of the votes of the members present or represented (or of the votes cast).
Once the agenda has been exhausted, the outgoing members of the Board are replaced by a majority vote.
All deliberations are taken by show of hands, except the election of the members of the council.
The decisions of general meetings are binding on all members, including absent or represented.
ARTICLE 12 / EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY
If necessary or at the request of half plus one of the registered members, the president may convene an extraordinary general meeting, in accordance with the terms and conditions provided for in these statutes, and only for the amendment of the statutes or internal regulations or the dissolution of the association.
The convening procedures are the same as for the ordinary general meeting.
The deliberations are taken by a majority of the members present (or of the votes cast).
ARTICLE 13 / BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The association is governed by a council of 3 to 6 members, elected for 3 years by the general assembly. Members are re-eligible. The board being renewed every three years by half, the first year, the outgoing members are designated by drawing lots.
In case of vacations, the council provisionally provides for the replacement of its members. They are finally replaced by the next general meeting. The powers of the members so elected shall terminate upon the expiry of the term of the members replaced.
The CA represents the association before any official body (justice etc.).
The board of directors meets at least once every six months, convened by the president or at the request of a quarter of its members. Decisions are taken by a majority of votes; in the event of a tie, the chairman has the casting vote. Any member of the Board who, without excuse, has not attended three consecutive meetings will be deemed to have resigned. The board of directors may delegate any of its powers for a fixed term to one or more of its members.
ARTICLE 14 / THE OFFICE>
The board of directors elects from among its members, by secret ballot, an office composed of:
2) A vice-president
3) A secretary and, if applicable, an assistant secretary
4) Treasurer and, if applicable, Assistant Treasurer
The functions of President and Treasurer are not cumulative. The respective functions, powers and powers of the officers are specified in the rules of procedure.
ARTICLE 15 / INDEMNITIES
All functions, including those of the Board and the Board, are free and voluntary. Only the costs incurred in the fulfillment of their mandate are reimbursed on the receipts. The financial report presented to the ordinary general meeting presents, by beneficiary, the reimbursements of expenses of mission, displacement or representation.
These provisions can be fine-tuned in the internal regulations (nature of costs, missions, quality of beneficiaries, etc.).
ARTICLE – 16 / INTERNAL RULES
Internal regulations may be established by the board of directors, which then makes it approved by the general meeting. This possible settlement is intended to fix the various points not provided for by the present statutes, in particular those which relate to the internal administration of the association.
ARTICLE – 17 / DISSOLUTION
In the event of dissolution in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in section 12, one or more liquidators are appointed, and the net assets, if any, are vested in a non-profit organization (or an association). with similar goals) in accordance with the decisions of the extraordinary general meeting which decides on the dissolution. The net assets can not be vested in a member of the association, even partially, except taking back a contribution.
Article – 18 / FREEDOMS
The report and the annual accounts, as defined in article 11, are sent each year to the prefect of the department.
The association undertakes to present its registers and accounting documents on any requisition of the administrative authorities with regard to the use of donations it would be authorized to receive, to allow its representatives to visit its headquarters by representatives of these competent authorities and to give them an account of how the association works.
Paris, 30th November 2017
The President em> / Philippe SERVAIS
The Secretary General em> / Didier LUSTIG
The Treasurer em> / Francis HEYMAN