6 Duration and Dissolution of PPEU
6 Duration and Dissolution of PPEU
|10.1 Upon a proposal to the Council by the Committee or by a minimum of one third of the
Full Members, the Council may decide upon the dissolution and liquidation of the
European Green Party provided the proper proceedings have been complied with. The
decision by the Council to liquidate the European Green Party must be made by a threequarters
majority of the Allocated Votes.
10.2 As from the moment the decision of dissolution is taken, the European Green Party is
required to mention at all times that it is ‘in dissolution’.
10.3 Upon dissolution, the Council shall decide on (i) the appointment, the powers and the
remuneration of the liquidator(s), (ii) the methods and procedures of the liquidation. All
such decisions have to be duly filed at the clerk’s office of the competent Commercial
Court and published in the Annexes to the Moniteur Belge in line with the applicable
10.4 In the event that European legislation provides for a different legal status for political
parties and the Council of the European Green Party decides to adopt such a status, the
financial and other assets of the European Green Party aisbl shall be transferred to the
new legal entity upon the cessation of the activities of the aisbl.
Page 6 Statutes of the European Green Party / adopted at the European Green Party Council, 12 November 2011, Paris
10.5 In the event of the final liquidation of the European Green Party, after the settlement of
contractual obligations to staff and other obligations, the remaining financial and other
assets shall be transferred to the Green European Foundation.
|The association shall be set up for an unlimited period. It may be dissolved at any time by decision of the general meeting or by decision of the court which has jurisdiction.
|The association shall not be dissolved by the death or termination of membership of a member, provided that the number of active members does not in consequence total less than three.
Except in the event of judicial dissolution and automatic dissolution due to the requirements of the law, the association may be prematurely dissolved only by a decision of the general assembly acting in accordance with Article 20 of the Law on Not-for-profit Associations.
In the event of dissolution by the general assembly or, where appropriate, by the court, one or more liquidators shall be appointed and their powers and the liquidation conditions shall be determined.
In the event of dissolution, the assets, after payment of the debts, shall be transferred to one or more associations, foundations, institutes or institutions, whatever their identity, as determined by the general assembly.
The decision of the court, the general assembly or the liquidators concerning the dissolution or invalidity of the association, the liquidation conditions, the appointment and termination of duties of the liquidators, the completion of the liquidation and the determination of the assets shall be deposited at the Registry of the commercial court.
The dissolution of the EL requires a decision of the Congress. Any assets of the EL as well as all obligations should at the time of the dissolution be divided among the member parties according to their financial contributions.
|The association is established for an indefinite duration.
42.3. If the association is dissolved, the Congress shall decide by simple majority on the disinterested allocation of the net assets of the association after its liquidation.
|The Association is formed for an indefinite duration.
The voluntary dissolution of the Association shall require a two-thirds decision by the Congress. Upon
dissolution, any assets and liabilities shall be divided among the members according to their financial
|The Association is incorporated for an unlimited period of time.
An attendance quorum of at least two-thirds of the full members is required for decisions regarding amendments to the Articles of Association or the dissolution of the Association. Where this quorum is not reached, a new meeting of the Congress shall be called no earlier than 15 calendar days after the first meeting. The second meeting of the Congress shall be entitled to take valid decisions irrespective of the number of full members present.
Decisions regarding amendments to the Articles of Association shall be taken with a majority of two-thirds of the votes cast. Decisions regarding the dissolution of the Association shall be taken with a majority of four-fifth of the votes cast. Any decision relating to the amendments to the Articles of Association shall be submitted to the Ministry of Justice and published in the Annexes to the Belgian Official Gazette.
In the event that the Association is dissolved, the Congress shall decide by a simple majority of the votes cast on (i) the appointment, powers and remuneration of the liquidators, (ii) the methods and procedures for the liquidation of the Association and (iii) the destination to be given to the net assets of the Association. The net assets of the Association will have to be allocated to a non-profit purpose.
|The association is constituted for an undetermined period of time.
The association may be dissolved voluntarily with a majority vote of four fifths, by a decision of Congress, conforming to what the law foresees or by a judicial decision.
In the case of voluntary dissolution, one or more liquidators are nominated by the general assembly, which determines the fees. The assembly establishes the mode of liquidation of the debts and realization of the assets.
In the case of voluntary or judicial dissolution, at any time or for what ever reason, the net partnership asset, once the debts have been paid and the expenses regulated, will be assigned to an initiative having the same aim and objective as those of the present association, decided unanimously by the members present in Congress. In the absence of this unanimous decision by the general assembly in the three months following the dissolution, this operation will be performed respecting the possible limits of the objective and purpose indicated above.
|The association is incorporated for an indefinite duration.
The association is not dissolved as a result of the death, dissolution or resignation of a member, provided the number of members is not less than two.
The association may be dissolved voluntarily by a decision of the Congress with a three-quarters majority of the members present, in accordance with the rules applicable to its functioning, as set out in the Internal Regulations.
In the event of voluntary dissolution, the Congress elects the liquidator(s). In the absence of liquidator(s), the members of the Presidency will act as liquidators.
In the event of dissolution, the Political Assembly decides on the disposal of the assets.
Such disposal must serve a not-for-profit purpose.
|In case of a dissolution pronounced by at least two thirds of the members of the General Assembly, one or several liquidators are appointed by it, and assets, if necessary, will be allotted according to the ad hoc Dutch law.
|(1) The organization can only be dissolved by a vote of at least two thirds of the total Members of the General Assembly, on an extraordinary meeting called for this purpose only.
(2)In the event of the liquidation of Pirate Parties International, after the settlement of contractual obligations to staff and other obligations, the remaining financial means shall be transferred to an NGO that is acting in the spirit of the the principles of Pirate Parties International as defined by the Statutes.
|(1) PPEU may be dissolved by a majority of 4/5 in a vote of the Congress.
(2) In the event of dissolution, PPEU's net assets shall be allocated to a non-profit organisation of the Council's choosing.
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