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Latest updated version of the Statues, which were approved on the 15th of March 2013 by the General Extraordinary Assembly,  of the Catalan Association of Management Consulting Companies (ACEC).



Article 1.- The name of the Association is the Catalan Association of Management Consulting Companies (ACEC), which is an Association of private nature without lucrative purpose, of indefinite duration, which enjoys its own legal personality and full capacity to act.

Article 2.- The registered office is located at 9 Plaza Cataluña, 1st floor, Barcelona, it may be transferred to a different location by a resolution of the Board of Directors upon ratification by vote at a General Meeting, it would have to be ratified, with the corresponding modification of this Article at the Statutes, by the Extraordinary General Meeting.

Article 3.- The main territorial scope of action of the Association is the Autonomous Community of Catalonia.

Article 4.- The Association main aims are as follows :

A) To group together companies dedicated to management consulting companies, -which includes public and private entities-, encouraging collaboration among them.

B) To Help to maintain the quality level and improve the practise of this essential activity for the business process improvement.

C) To make known the activity and to promote the public image of its members.

D) To represent, promote and defend the interests of the management consulting business, fighting against unfair competition.

E) To transmit to customers and interested third parties the guarantees of morality and experience of the members of the Association, ensuring compliance with the Code of Ethics for the profession of consultancy.

F) To encourage and promote activities, and to publicise information to associates, who can provide the professional practise of consultancy.

G) To acting as a business association in the labour and tax field and other who relate, especially in collective labour bargaining, the approach of collective labour disputes, social dialogue and institutional participation in public bodies of labour administration.

To achieve these aims, the Association will conduct the following activities, including but not limited to:

1. Conduct or commission studies and debates on economic and social issues in relation to its sector or other related.

2. Promote policies that create a competitive environment for the consulting companies, and a standard training and certification regulating consultancy studies to facilitate the access to the profession.

3. Cooperate with the companies activity in the economic and social fields, agreeing collective agreements, or other agreements with the trade unions and public administrations. 

4. Form partnerships, foundations, and participate or collaborate with public and private institutions, for purposes of interest for management consulting companies.

5. Found mediation and arbitration systems in industrial or commercial matters, or participate in them. 

6. Coordinate its activities with the Spanish and European organisation of consulting companies.

7. Practise before the public authorities the necessary actions in the interests of the consulting companies, and search for systems to ensure the quality of their services.

8. Promote or participate in events/general discussion sessions or debates of sectoral or social interest.

9. To promote solidarity among the consulting companies, creating or participating in mutual societies of insurance, records, or other centres of interest for consultants.

Article 5.- The Association may establish agreements and contracts with agencies of government at all levels, in order to promote and develop business consultancy and help the recognition of its partners. It can also establish agreements and membership in other associations and corporate or professional federations, and organisms or state entity and international.

Article 6.- For the purposes of the Association, the consulting business is the provision of professional services advice or advice and management, outsourced (outsourcing) or not, to companies and public or private entities, in relation to one or more of the normally recognised following areas of specialisation:

-Strategic Consulting

-Process Consulting

-Information Systems Consulting

-Human Resources Consulting

-Communication Consulting, e-commerce and other media

-Business Training

or others that can be accepted by the Association, or regulated in the future by the public administrations.

The Accounts Audit, Quality Certification, and any other external control activity of companies and entities that require a completely independent third party as security, are not included within the areas of business consulting. Not are included engineering specialities, advertising and public relations, or legal advice, tax or labour.



Article 7.- The Association may have four types of memberships: Full Right members, in Process, Participating members and Honorary members.

A. Full Right Members

Any consulting company or similar entity that meet all the requirements of Article 8 of the Statute shall be eligible to be a Full Right Member.

B. Members being Processed

Any consulting company that meet the requirements of Article 8 of the Statutes, except incidentally or temporarily, those set out in paragraphs 2, 4 or 6 of this Article shall be Members being Processed. Membership in process is usually transient, and reviewed as appropriate, at his request or the Board of Directors of the Association.

C. Participating Members

All those companies Spanish Association of Consulting Firms with offices in Catalonia who have not executed the high in the Catalan Association shall be Participating Members.

D. Honorary Members

May become Honorary Members, individuals or legal entities that have made outstanding contributions to the Association or in the business world in general, on a proposal from the Board reviewed by the Ordinary General Assembly.

The Association shall keep a register of members of the Association.

Article 8.- The requirements to became a Full Member of the association are: 

1. Being established as a company under the commercial law.

2. Have their head office or permanent office in Catalonia. 

3. Dedicate all or a substantial part of its activities to the business consultancy.

4. Have a minimum of 2 years experience.

5. Define clearly the areas of specialisation in which it develops his business consulting activities. 

6. Give permanent occupation to a number of professionals specialised in these areas, adapted to the given services.

7. Not to enjoy advantages opposite to the free competition.

8. Have recent and precise references of work realised within the business consultancy.

9. Willing to accept the Statues and the Code of Professional Ethics of the Association, developing its activities inside its strict fulfilment.

10. Commit to pay, in the established conditions, the economic contributions fixed by the Association.

Article 9.- The companies that want to be associate as Full Right Members or In Process will have to present in writing:

1. Request to applied for a membership to the President of the Association.

2. Justification of the conditions and the requirements established in Articles 6 and 8.

3. Commitment to communicate to the Association any eventual change that should concern the fulfilment of the demanded requirements.

4. Other information that could be considered of interest by the solicitor or by the Board of directors of the Association.

The Board of directors will decide for positive majority of two thirds on the admission, which, when it becomes effective, it will be communicated to all the members of the Association. The agreement will have to be ratified by the first General Assembly celebrated.

Even this way, in case of refusal, the candidate will be able to resort to the Regular General Assembly, which will take the definitive decision.

The Board of directors will be able to do, when it considers it appropriate, a checking of the maintenance of the requirements demanded from the members.


Article 10.- The rights of the associated members are as follows:

A) Full Right Members:

1. To Assist to the General Assemblies, with the right to speak in debate and to vote

2. To request and to receive information about the Association situation and of its books statement, having access at any time to the Minutes book and Membership's Record.

3. To expose in writing to the Board of directors all the suggestions that they believe necessary for the proper operation of the Association.

4. To take part in all the internal or external activities that the Association organises. 

5. To request the incorporation in the agenda of the regular General Assembly of one or more matters to discuss, or, if it proceeds, the summons of Extraordinary Assembly to the effect, as long as the request is signed by a minimum of 10 % of the members of Full Law of the Association. 

6. To choose and to be chosen for the member's post of the Board of directors.

7. To be designated for a function or particular activity.

B) Members Being Processed:

1. To Assist to the General Assemblies, with the right to vote

2. To request and to receive information about the Association situation and of its books statement, having access at any time to the Minutes book and Membership's Record.

3. To expose in writing to the Board of directors all the suggestions that they believe necessary for the proper operation of the Association.

4. To take part in all the internal or external activities that the Association organises. 

5. To request the incorporation in the agenda of the regular General Assembly of one or more matters to discuss, or, if it proceeds, the summons of Extraordinary Assembly to the effect, as long as the request is signed by a minimum of 10 % of the members of Full Law of the Association.

6. To choose and to be chosen for the member's post of the Board of directors. In case to be chosen, the designation will be provisional until the member becomes a Full Right member, and from that point on it will be designated. 

7. To be designated for a function or particular activity.

C) Participating Members:

1. To Assist to the General Assemblies, with the right to vote

2. To expose in writing to the Board of directors all the suggestions that they believe necessary for the proper operation of the Association.

3. To take part in all the internal or external activities that the Association organises. 

Article 11.- The Full Right Members and to Be Processed Members duties are the following: 

A) To collaborate actively in the fulfilment of the purpose of the Association.

B) To fulfil the agreements the Association adopts.

C) To contribute economically to the maintenance of the Association and its activities, through the fees that are approved in agreement by the Statutes, and to pay them in the established conditions.

D) To practises faithfully the accepted positions, in case of to be elected a member of the Board of Directors, or to be designated for a function or certain activity.

E) To agree and to fulfil the present Statutes, the decisions made by the Association on the basis of the same ones, the Code of Professional Ethics of the Association and, in its case, the Regulation of Interior Regime and all the obligations imposed by the agreements adopted according to the Statutes.

Article 12.- Fall of the Association will be caused and there will get lost the Full Right, Being processed or Participating membership.

A) To cease the activity of management consulting or being legally prevented from continuing the activity.

B) To stop being a member of the Spanish Association of Consulting, in the case of the members defined in Article 7 C.

C) By voluntary resignation by writing to the Board one month in advance at least. 

D) By expulsion, prior record, opened by the Board of Directors, they will explain and give reasons for the decision made, once they will study the situation and collected the explanations of the member concerned and the evidence the member can provide to defend himself within 15 days prior to the resolution. The file may be opened by any of the following reasons:

a. Unfillfiment of any of the requirements established in Article 8 for admission.

b. The commission of commit a serious error, under Article 13.

c. As soon as the pre-established term of 30 days expires after have been warned by nonpayment of dues, without having corrected the situation.

In the case of expulsion, the Board of Directors of the Association shall be decided by a majority of two thirds positive and associated lower entail, who may be contacted in the first General Assembly to be held.

Associates who otherwise removed for any reason, will have to pay the fees due to the time of cancellation, and eventual loss of all rights to the assets of the Association.

Article 13.- It is considered a serious offence committed by a Full Member, In Process or Participating Members:

- The unfulfillment of any statutory duty, especially those listed in the Code of Ethics of the Association as well as the failure, if any, of the Internal Regulations, after formal notice of the Board that has been neglected. 

- The unfulfillment of any agreement validly adopted by the General Assembly or the Board of Directors of the Association, previous reliable notice.

- Actions or demonstrations that threaten the prestige and good name of the Association or any of their members, if required by public correction that has been neglected.

The above actions are considered minor offences without request or notice.

Article 14.- The sanctions that may be imposed by the Board of Directors to Full Right, In Process or Participating Members by misconduct, always for justified reasons, after hearing the alleged infringe, and depending on the severity and / or repetition of the offence , are: 

- Private warning in case of a minor misconduct. 

- Warning not Private, in case of minor misconduct.

- Disqualification representative offices and directors of the Association during the period of one year in case of serious misconduct.

- Suspension of membership in the Association for a maximum period of one year, in case of serious misconduct.

- Expulsion, following the procedure established by Article 12, as provided in Article 12 D.

In the last four cases, the sanction will be communicated exclusively to the other Full Rights, In Process and Participating members.

Sanctions may go to the General Assembly of the Association, which may be confirmed, cancelled or modified.

The Association and its members shall be exempt from all liability for any damages, either directly or indirectly, may be of the penalty imposed.



Article 15.- The Association is regulated by the following bodies:

A) The General Assembly.

B) The Board of Directors.

C) The Executive Committee.

D) The General Director.

A) The General Assembly

Article 16.- The General Assembly is the supreme body of the Association and consists of all the Full Rights, in Process and Participating Members, which may be present or represented at it. In Process Members and Participating Members have voice but no vote.

The resolutions of the General Assembly are a mandatory to all members.

They shall meet in ordinary session once a year, within the first quarter.

They will meet in a extraordinary session when the Board deems it necessary, by a resolution adopted by a simple majority, and when requested by 20%, at least, of the Full Rights Members.

Article 17.- Corresponds to the Ordinary General Assembly

A) To consider and approve, as appropriate, the Annual Report.

B) To consider and approve, as appropriate, the statement of the accounts for the last financial year. 

C)  To approve, if appropriate, the management of the Board of Directors.

D) To examine and approve, as appropriate, the budget.

E) To set the way and amount of fees to be paid by members of the Association, in accordance with the proposals made by the Board of Directors in accordance with the budget.

F) To ratified, if applicable, the entry of new associates in any category of membership, and know all the applications made, cancellation and any changes of name of the members of the Association.

G) To approve, if appropriate, the Code of Ethics, Internal Regulations and any other rules of procedure, the Board of Directors propose.

H) To ratify, as appropriate, the decisions the Board makes regarding sanctions travelled low and any members of the Association

Y) To resolve appeals against decisions of the Board of Directors, being its final unappealable decision

J) To consider and decide any matter that is legally applicable and proposed by the Board of Directors on its own initiative or any Full Right, in Process or Participating Member. 

K) To ensure to fulfil the purposes of the Association, and on the straight line performance of members of the Board of Directors.

Corresponds to the Extraordinary General Assembly:

A) To set the number of components of the Board of Directors, within the limits prescribed by the Statutes.

B) To elect the members of the Board of Directors and appoint the President and Vice president

C) To approve the removal of the Chairman or any other member of the Board of Director, or this same, to proposals endorsed by two-thirds of the members of the Board of Directors or the majority of the members with full rights. 

D) To establish, where appropriate, the form and amount of outstanding dues payable by members of the Association

E) To decide any amendment of the Statutes

F) To decide on the merger, federation or union with other associations

H) To consider and decide any matter that is legally applicable and proposed by the Board of Directors.

G) To decide on the dissolution of the Association.

H) To discuss and decide any other matter that the law confers to the General Assembly and is not their responsibility.

Article 18.- General Assembly meetings shall be convened by the Chairman of the Board of Directors at least fifteen calendar days before the due date, by any means of inform the members, in a reliable way of conclusion. Any General Assembly must have first and second call, the latter the same day and place, but at least 30 minutes later. The General Assembly shall be constituted with any validity, on first call if they are present or represented by half plus one of the Full Right Members of the Association, and secondly whatever the number of Full Right members are present or represented. The President and Secretary of the Board of Directors shall also serve in the Assembly, unless it otherwise decides.

Article 19.- The call of the General Assembly must include, at least, the agenda, the place, the date and time of the meeting.

A minimum of 10% of the Full Right Members may request and require to the Board of Directors  to include in the agenda of one or more issues to deal with and, if the Assembly has already been called, if they do so within the first third of period between the receipt of the notification and the date of that meeting. The application can also be made directly to the Assembly, but in this case the agreement may only be adopted if the Assembly has become as universal nature, or whether the agreements are limited to making the call to treat them in a new assembly.

If the General Assembly intended to treat the exercise of an action for responsibility against members of the government body or separation from their duties, shall be called in the same act an extraordinary general meeting with this single point in the agenda.

Article 20.- Each Full Rights Member has one vote at the General Assembly Meetings. Full Right, In Process and Participating company members will designate a representative in the Assembly, although they can also assist without the right to vote or speak others from each member company.

Article 21.-For the agreements to be valid it will require a simple majority of the votes in the Assembly, except the provisions of Articles 19, 31 and 33 of these Statutes. Any member entitled to vote may delegate their representation and the Assembly vote in favour of another associated with the right, through a letter sent to the Chairman of the Board of Directors.


Article 22.- The Board of Directors is the permanent executive and representative body of the Association, and shall consist of a minimum of 7 and a maximum of 25 members elected by Full Right, in Process and Participating company members, during the Extraordinary General Meeting.

The positions assumed by the members of the Board of Directors are: President, one to three Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, 1 to 19 or 21 members, depending on the number of vice presidents have been appointed.

The position of President and Vice president must be allocated directly by the Extraordinary General Assembly, taking into account the actual people who have to take this responsibility. Not so the other positions, which shall be assigned by the same Board of Directors among its members.

The Board of Directors will be renewed every five years, which detached from the electoral process may be reelected, either in part or in full.

When there is a cancellation, the Board of Directors shall appoint a replacement between the Full Rights and in Process Members, while it is not promote a new call for an Extraordinary General Meeting, which will make the appropriate choice. If it is the President's cancellation, it will be temporarily replaced by a Vice-President on the proposal of the Board of Directors and the position of this will be borne by one of the remaining members of the Board of Directors.

If the President, during his term of office, ceases to represent the Full Right company member of the Association, may exercise, on proposal of the Board of Directors, the office of President as an independent individual, until the end of the period for which he was elected .

People who have held the position of President may be candidates for the election of President as an independent individual, not representing a company associate member. This is an exception to the other members of the Board of Directors by the fact that, in this case, the Executive Chairman placed on the person named in the company and an associated member.

Article 22 BIS.- The Election Process

The offices of the Board of Directors are elected every five years by vote at the Extraordinary General Assembly, being eligible and voters all Full Right and In Process Members who are current on their statutory obligations, except as provided for the President in Article 22.

The election process begins with the convening of an Extraordinary General Assembly by the Board of Directors one month in advance, at least, to the date of meeting the five years since the previous election, being one of the points of the agenda total renewal of the Board of Directors and convening to all Full Rights Members and in Process so they can submit their nominations.

The candidates will have to submit to the Secretary with a maximum of ten days before the date of the Assembly and to be considered valid they will be composed of at least the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

The Electoral Board will be created in the same Assembly and shall consist of three members appointed by the Board of Directors, only if they do not present their candidate to the President or a member of the Board of Directors, or otherwise shall be the two oldest and the newest of the Association who are present.

The Electoral Board, to begin the Assembly approves the list of electors, accepts or rejects the applications submitted. Then voters or candidates may appeal the decision of the table in a single resource at the same table, which then has to solve.

Then the electoral table makes the proclamation in the case that there is only one nomination validly filed.

If there has been no proclamation for having more than one application validly filed, then voters vote personally or by delegation reliably, in free and secret suffrage, and completed the ratings, the polling place and proclaims publicly elected scrutiny candidacy who has obtained the highest number of votes.

In the case that no bid is submitted, the Board will continue in the exercise of his office until new elections or the dissolution of the Association.

The elected Board is constituted within three days of the proclamation.

Article 23.- The Board shall meet at least twice a year, at the request of the President or upon request of half plus one of the members. They can not spend more than seven calendar months between two Board meetings.

The calls will be made in a reliable way, with 48 hours in advance, at least, the day of the meeting, and must include the agenda with talking points. You may not take any decision on an important issue that is not included in the agenda of the meeting, unless you are present or represented the majority of the members of the Board.

The Board shall be validly constituted when they are assembled or represented at least half of its members. If this has not been possible at the time of the call, 30 minutes later will be enough at least 6 members present or represented. A member may be represented by another member of the Board, by putting it in writing and specifically for each meeting.

Except in the cases set forth in Articles 9 and 12 of this Constitution that requires a qualified majority of two thirds, decisions are taken by simple majority of members present or represented at each Board of Directors, which shall have one vote each, deciding in case of a tie, the vote of the President. It will take you a Minutes Book signed by the President and Secretary.

The Board may meet exceptionally via videoconference, conference or any other system that does not involve the physical presence of the members. In these cases it is necessary to ensure the identification of those attending the meeting, continued communication, the possibility of intervening in the deliberations and voting. The meeting must be held in the place where you are the president. In virtual meetings are to be considered members attending those who participated in the conference and / or video. The convening of the meetings is for the president and must contain the agenda of all matters that need to be addressed at the meeting, out of which you can not take valid resolutions.

Article 24.- The Board of Directors has the widest powers and full authority to act on behalf of the Association before third and take the necessary actions of all kinds, among them:

- To define and monitor the activities of the Association.

- To defend the legitimate interests of the members as a group.

- To submit to the General Assembly the annual budget of revenues and expenditures, suggesting the membership fees.

- To prepare and submit to the General Assembly the annual report and the accounts.

- To propose the annual program of actions and policies in the medium and long term.

- To implement the resolutions of the General Assembly.

- To develop and modify, if appropriate, the Code of Ethics.

- To create Committees and / or Working Groups

- To hire and firing.

- To gather market information as well as technical innovations, quality commercial or within the areas of interest of the Association.

- To promote and encourage compliance with quality standards in the provision of services by members of the Association.

- To perform all kinds of acts and actions in order to promote and improve the image of the Association, its members and the general business consulting in business and public administration.

- To promote mutual understanding and cooperation among members of the Association

- To promote and encourage the presence and activity recognition management consulting to government and institutions.

- To agree to the terms of agreements with other agencies.

Article 25.- The functions of each of the offices of the Board of Directors shall be the following:


- To be the head of the implementation of the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly and the Board of Directors.

- To represent the Association's legal

- To ensure compliance with what is provided in these Bylaws.

- To propose the number and Vice candidates.

- To convene and chair meetings of the Board of Directors and General Assembly.

- To authorise and approve the minutes issued by the Secretary in each session.

- To prepare annual report for the relevant Ordinary.

- To represent the Association at meetings held with other entities or any agency of the Public Administration.

- To take the personnel management and services.


- To act for the President in his absence or on the occasions that this prompted.

- In case of the removal of the Chairman, taking office until the General Assembly appoint another.


- To act as such in meetings, issuing minutes of the sessions, both the General Assembly and the Board of Directors.

- To be responsible for the Minute Books, the Register of Members, file documentation, and all real and virtual correspondence of the Association.


- To be responsible for the books and accounting documents, and funds of the Association.

- To take charge of the receipts and payments of the Association, respecting the budgetary and any agreements the Board.

- To submit annually the status of accounts and preparing the draft next year's Budget.


- To exercise permanent or temporary functions that the Board will commission and contribute actively to the good functioning of the Association.


Article 25 bis.-

The Executive Committee is the governing body of the Association, appointed by the Board, at the proposal of the President, provided that the general assembly agreed its constitution, which is optional.

For set up, the Executive Committee shall consist of:

The President.

The Vice-Presidents, the Secretary and Members as necessary up to a number not exceeding 7 elected by the Board from among its members.

The Director General is a member with voice but no vote.

The Executive Committee may perform all you function delegated to it by the Board that are not delegated. His positions have a duration of five years, consistent with the mandate of the Board, extensiable, and his call and operating systems, disciplinary and adopt resolutions that apply provided by the Board, in that not foreseen in this article .

The President runs the agreements of the Executive Committee, if this does not have you run another of its members.

The Executive Committee meets as often as deemed necessary, convened by the President or one-third of its members.


Article 25.-

The Board may appoint a Director / General to develop the executive leadership of the Association, with the functions delegated to it.

The position of Director / a General is paid, and employment or professional relationship has to be articulated by a contract that clearly spells out the employment or professional duties are remunerated in the terms that are considered appropriate to the nature and representation of the position and its functions.

The Director / General to attend all meetings of the General Assembly, of the Board and Executive Committee, if established, to which I will call ever, and can interfere with voice but no vote.



Article 26.- The Catalan Association of Management Consulting companies, at the time of its creation, it has no assets. Any financial surpluses of the exercises may not be distributed but assigned to the assets of the Association in the Social Fund chapters, or Remnants Voluntary Reserves, to cover potential investments, operating deficits or extraordinary expenses, and in any case help ensure the continuity of the Association.

Article 27.- The resources of the Association may be from the following sources:

- normal fees approved by the Annual General Meeting, which may be of three kinds:

- ordinary, which normally have to be basic income

- extraordinary, for investment needs or extraordinary expenses, or to cover operating deficits not covered by remnants of previous years or possibly surplus by next financial year

- entry of new partners, if they are believed suitable for the development of the Association

- outstanding shares approved by the Extraordinary General Assembly to meet financial needs not covered by the normal fees

- income from the activities of the Association as training or outreach, publications, audiovisual, and other

- subsidies and grants from the government and other national and international agencies

- donations, bequests and miscellaneous financial contributions

- any other lawful income and consistent with the purposes of the Association

Article 28.- The financial period is by calendar year from 1 January to 31 December. During the first quarter of each year, the Board shall report to the General Assembly on the activities and accounts of the previous year and the current year budget, which must be approved by the Assembly, with or without modification . The books of account shall be available to all Full Right Members and In Process.

Article 29.- The audit of the accounts of the Association shall be made by two auditors appointed by the Assembly from among the members o Step Full Rights, which issued report. Yet the Assembly may decide that the Board commission an audit to an external company and in this case would not need the auditing

Article 30.- Members full rights and In Step are required to pay the established fees, the amount of which will be the same for each of them within each category.

The ordinary shares will occur normally calendar quarters and paid within the first month of each of them. Also you can bill for years, months, semesters or agreement of the Board. In cases of new additions the first instalment will be from the first day of the month of acceptance of the entry of the new member.

Extraordinary fees and outstanding fees are always set equally between members and In Step full rights in proportion to the amount of ordinary shares for each type of member.

In any case, a Full Member and In Step are responsible for the payments due to them according to a decision by the General Assembly.


Article 31.- The Association shall be dissolved by agreement of at least two-thirds of the votes of the members with full rights present or represented at an Extraordinary General Meeting called for that purpose, as well as corresponding legal causes.

Article 32.- At present the dissolution, the Board shall act in Settlement Commission, establishing a definitive inventory-balance, once all outstanding obligations, if any remaining, will grant a cultural entity or charitable nonprofit Catalonia, designated by the Assembly.

Article 33.- The merger, federation, union or any other institutional arrangement with other associations will have to be proposed by the Board or by more than half of a Full Member of the Association.

The merger, federation, union or other institutional arrangement will be sent to all members with full rights, Step and sticky In Association with at least 15 calendar days before the celebration of the Extraordinary General Assembly, which were required, will be convened to discuss and possibly decide the proposal, which must be approved by at least two-thirds of the votes of the members present or represented full rights to the Assembly.



Article 34.- These Statutes are governed by the provisions of Law 19/1977 on regulating the right of association in trade unions, or any other provision replacing it.

Article 35.- In case of conflict between the Association and any of its members, and in case of disputes by reason of the operation of the Association, the resolution will be submitted to arbitration law of the Arbitration Technician Catalonia, who is entrusted with the supervision and administration the arbitration. If any of the entities in conflict had some connection with the Court of Arbitration, the referee will choose the entities by mutual agreement, and in case of disagreement each party shall appoint one arbitrator and the third person appointed elect, who will chair the arbitration board.

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