Christians on the Internet
Constitution

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1. NAME

2. AIM

3. OBJECTS

4. POWERS

In furtherance of the above aim and objects, but not otherwise, the Association shall have the power:

  1. To raise such monies either in the form of grants, by donation, subscriptions or otherwise as shall be necessary to carry out its aim and objects.
  2. To employ such staff, either paid or unpaid, as shall be deemed necessary, and to determine the remuneration of such staff.
  3. To enter into agreements with other bodies (on a commercial basis or otherwise) for the provision of such goods and services as it shall determine to be necessary.
  4. To associate with any other organisation with aims and objects similar to all or any one of its own.
  5. To appoint not less than three Trustees or a Trust Corporation to hold assets or real property on behalf of the Association, and to determine the terms of such a trust or trusts.
  6. To do all such other things as shall be necessary to fulfil the aim and objects of the Association.

5. MEMBERSHIP

6. CONDUCT OF MEMBERS

7. CONDUCT OF BUSINESS

8. ELECTED MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE

9. EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS OF EXECUTIVE

10. CO-OPTED MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE

11. CASUAL VACANCIES

12. NOMINATIONS FOR ELECTION

GENERAL MEETINGS

13. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS

14. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS

15. QUORUM AT MEETINGS

THE EXECUTIVE

16. EXECUTIVE MEETINGS

17. VOTING AT EXECUTIVE MEETINGS

18. SUB-COMMITTEES

DUTIES OF OFFICERS

19. THE CHAIR

20. THE TREASURER

21. THE SECRETARY

22. REPRESENTATION ON OTHER BODIES

23. ALTERATION TO THE CONSTITUTION

24. DISSOLUTION

25. INTERPRETATION

This Constitution was adopted at a meeting on the 4th November 1995 at Betjeman House, Cambridge. Amended 2001.