AQIE General Regulations

Article 1: Preamble

1.1  Not Applicable N/A

Article 2: Interpretation

2.1  In the event of a conflict in the interpretation of the by-laws, the Board of Directors shall prevail.

Article 3: Name and registered office

3.1  The name of the corporation, hereinafter called the Association, is "Association québecoise de l'industrie de l'Enseigne", also known as "AQIE", its head office is established in the province of Québec, as determined by resolution of the Board of Directors.

Article 4: Jurisdiction and scope

4.1   The Quebec Association of the sign industry brings together sign makers working in the province of Quebec.

 

4.2  The Sign Maker's Code of Conduct and the notes thereto form an integral part of these regulations. See Annex 1

 

4.3   These rules apply to AQIE members regardless of the class to which they belong. They shall apply as long as they have not been amended or repealed by an annual or special general meeting at the request of the Board of Directors of AQIE.

Article 5: Seal

5.1  The official stamp, the imprint of which is affixed in the margin of this document, is hereby adopted and recognized as the official seal of the corporation.

Article 6: Definitions

Accreditation: In the case of a member: official recognition of a member in the class to which he belongs within the Association. In the case of a delegate: official recognition by a member of his representative to the Association.

 

Administrator: All persons elected or appointed to the Board of Directors of the AQIE.

 

Affiliation: In the case of a member: see accreditation. In the case of AQIE: the link between AQIE and ACE / SAC.

Class: Designates the different types of members according to their activities. There are four classes of members at AQIE

Code of ethics: Rules of conduct respecting Quebec sign makers who are members of the AQIE.

Council: Designates the Board of Directors of AQIE. (IT)

Contravenant: Any natural or legal person alleged to have violated the AQIE's status, regulations or policies.

Membership Fees: Membership fees or annual renewal fees paid by a member to the Association. It is established by the Board of Directors.

Regular Mail: Refers to all items sent by mail, fax or e-mail.

Recommended Mail: Refers to any shipment requiring valid proof of receipt.

Delegate: An individual who, by delegation of authority, represents the interests of a member.

Sign maker: Any person or company engaged in the design, manufacture, installation, sale and repair of signs or who provides products or services in connection with the sign industry.

Exercise: For the AQIE, period of activity that extends from 1 January to 31 December. Also called "fiscal year".

Expulsion: Exclusion of a member of the Association.

Credentials: A document attesting to the delegation of authority to a person by a member.

Members: With the exception of honorary members in respect of the membership fee, means the following individuals or legal entities who have paid membership dues to the Association:

Sign makers


Suppliers of the field of the sign
Users of products in the field of the sign
Associations or professional bodies
Professionals or consultants
Honorary Members
Affiliated Organizations.

Officers: Designates the president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer of a corporation.

Complainant: Refers to a natural or legal person who files a complaint.

Cancellation: Deletes a member from the membership table.

Registered office: Designates the place where the Association is established according to a resolution of the Board of Directors. Main address of a member.

Suspension: Temporary termination of membership.

 

Article 7: Forms

7.1   To facilitate the management of the association, AQIE provides members with forms prescribed by current regulations and statuses.

Article 8 : Logo

8.1 The Association logo is a symbol of credibility and pride for its members. It means that the company using it is recognized as a respectable member of the sign industry, anxious to comply with the laws, regulations and rules that apply to its business and to deliver to its customers the Products that best meet their needs.

AQIE members are strongly encouraged to use the Association's logo in their business communications, in their advertising. In their presentations and on their vehicles. Their membership in the Association should also be prominently displayed as a symbol of their reputation and commitment to the rules of professional conduct of the sign industry.

8.2 Only members in good standing of the Association québécoise de l'industrie de l'enseigne shall have the right to use the AQIE logo and to assert their membership in the Association. Any person or company that does not comply with this directive is liable to prosecution.

Article 9: Vision, mission and objectives

9.1 Vision

Create a strong, socially responsible industry, looking to the future and proud of the image it projects in the community.

To become, as an association, the reference and the place of assembly in the design, manufacture, installation, repair of signs and supplies of products and services in Quebec.

9.2 Mission

The mission of AQIE is to promote, improve, maintain and defend the professionalism of Quebec sign makers in the interests of its members and their clients.

9.3 Objectives

To fulfill its mission and achieve its vision, AQIE has set itself the following objectives:

  • Bring together the designers, manufacturers, installers and repairers of signs in Quebec.

  • Bring together suppliers of goods and services in the sign industry.

  • To inform Quebec sign makers of all new legislative, regulatory or other developments affecting their activities and to inform them of the measures to be taken to comply with them.

  • To actively advocate and promote the common interests of Quebec sign makers with legislation, regulation and other authorities.

  • Ensure the Association's influence within Quebec's society by promoting the professionalism of its members and their desire to meet the expectations of their clients and to respect the laws and regulations in force.

  • Provide direct or indirect professional development and upgrading the skills of the personnel of the companies.

  • Participate in the training of the next generation.

  • Collaborate with other local or national associations to promote and defend the professionalism and common interests of sign makers.

Article 10: Roles and functions of AQIE

10.1  The AQIE exercises, to the extent permitted by statutes and its by-laws and by-laws, the roles and functions required to carry out its vision, mission and objectives.

Article 11: Accreditation

11.1 In keeping with its vision of becoming the benchmark and venue for the design, manufacture, installation and repair of signs in Quebec, AQIE accredits members according to the professional qualifications they hold .

11.2 Any person, company or organization wishing to join the ranks of the association must submit its membership form to the AQIE which forwards it to the Board of Directors for evaluation and acceptance.

11.3 No person shall be accredited if he fails to comply with the by-laws and regulations of the Association.

Article 12: Accreditation procedure

12.1 Any company, organization or person wishing to be accredited must:

  1. Fill out the membership or renewal form and confirm by signature that they have accepted the membership requirements and the general by-laws of the Association.

  2. To respect the criteria corresponding to the class to which it wants to belong.

  3. Hold the mandatory certificates and licenses corresponding to its activities.

  4. To pay his subscription.

Article 13: Withdrawal of accreditation

13.1 The AQIE may withdraw its accreditation to any member who contravenes the AQIE's by-laws or regulations and who no longer meets the criteria established by the AQIE. He is then deemed to be expelled.

13.2 That member shall forfeit all the powers and privileges vested in him under the AQIE by-laws and by-laws. The activities or files for which it is responsible may be assumed by another member of the AQIE or by any other physical or moral person designated by the AQIE.

Article 14: Appeal

14.1 A member may appeal a refusal of accreditation by sending, by registered mail, a notice to that effect to the AQIE, together with the relevant documents, within fifteen (15) days of receipt of the refusal.

14.2 The appeal shall be heard and disposed of within thirty (30) days of receipt of the appeal to the Association.

Article 15: Affiliation

15.1 The Association is affiliated with the Canadian Association of Signs (ACE / SAC) and, subject to specific exemptions, is subject to its by-laws and regulations.

15.2 ACE's share of the ACE / SAC shall be determined by the ACE / SAC.

Article 16: Withdrawal and reinstatement

16.1 Any member may withdraw from the Association by written notice to the secretariat of the Association. The member is then removed from the membership table either immediately or on the date indicated by the member. Such cancellation shall come into force on the date prescribed, but the member shall not be released from his previous financial or other obligations which he may have incurred in respect of or on behalf of the Association, A resolution to that effect was not adopted by the Governing Body.

16.2 Any reinstatement shall be subject to the conditions established by the Governing Body.

Article 17: Financial year

17.1 The fiscal year of the Association shall end on the thirty-first (31st) day of December of each year.

Article 18: Members

18.1 Any company or organization engaged in the manufacture of signs, distributors or manufacturers of equipment, products or components used in the manufacture of signs, any supplier of goods and services related to The sign industry and any user of the sign products. They shall become members by virtue of the accreditation procedures prescribed in the general by-laws of the Association.

18.2 Members who join the AQIE through the Canadian Association of Signs (ACE / SAC) must pay the fees prescribed by the Association and the fees prescribed for a provincial affiliation. They are accredited under the procedures prescribed by AQIE.

18.3 Any professional, consultant or organization working in Québec in a field related to that of the sign or who is interested in the domain and who has been duly accredited by the Board of Directors in accordance with the Association.

18.4 An honorary member of the Association may be any natural person whom the board of directors decides to honor for its exceptional contribution to the Québec Association of the sign industry or to the sign industry.

Article 19: Classes of members

19.1 In the class of sign makers the areas of specialization of the members will be determined from the membership form.

19.2 The Association recognizes four (4) classes of members:

Class 1: Sign makers
A person or company engaged in the design, manufacture, installation or repair of signs, or who supplies goods and services in Québec and who pays the prescribed fee and complies with the by-laws and regulations of the Association.

Class 2: User Members
Any user of the products of the sign who pays the prescribed contribution and complies with the statutes and regulations of the Association.

Class 3: Associate Members
Any organization, consultant or professional whose activities affect the area of ​​the sign in any way, and who pays the prescribed contribution and meets the criteria set out in these regulations.

Class 4: Honorary Members
Any natural person to whom the AQIE grants the title of honorary member as a mark of consideration. This person is appointed for life and does not pay dues.

Article 20: Roles and functions of AQIE members

20.1 Actively contribute to the realization of the AQIE vision, mission and objectives while ensuring the development and promotion of the sign and association industry.

 

Article 21: Duties of members of AQIE

21.1

  • Respect the AQIE's by-laws and regulations, including the code of ethics that is an integral part of the by-laws.

  • Paying your annual membership fee

  • Attend AQIE General and Special Meetings

Article 22: Membership Fees

22.1 The annual membership fee shall be determined by the Board of Directors.

22.2 The AQIE membership of ACE / SAC accredited national members shall be determined by ACE / SAC and transmitted to AQIE in accordance with established rules.

Article 23: Obligations

23.1 Contributing members shall make a contribution to the Association. This shall be determined by the Board of Directors of the Association and shall be paid as prescribed. Contributions collected on behalf of the AQIE by the Canadian Association of Signs are forwarded to the AQIE in accordance with the terms and conditions established by the ACE / SAC.

23.2 Contributing Members shall pay their annual dues to the Association upon their membership or renewal and, where applicable, before the date prescribed by the Board of Directors in order not to be rededicated from the membership roll.

23.3 Any member who withdraws from the Association or is removed from the Association by election or as a result of a suspension or expulsion remains responsible for the financial or other commitments made in respect of or on behalf of the Association as long as A resolution releasing it from its obligations has not been adopted by the Board of Directors.

Article 24: Suspension and Expulsion

24.1 The Board of Directors may suspend or expel any contributing or non-contributing member who fails to comply with the by-laws or regulations of the Association or whose conduct is found to be prejudicial to the Association. However, before making such a decision, the board of directors shall, by letter sent by registered mail, notify the member of the date, place and time of the hearing of his case, And to invite him to be heard by the Governing Body. The latter shall take its decision only after hearing the parties concerned.

24.2 The decision to suspend or expel a contributing or non-contributing member must be confirmed by two-thirds (2/3) of all voting members of the Board of Directors. The decision of the Board of Directors is final.

24.3 The suspension or expulsion of a contributing or non-contributing member automatically results in its being struck off and the loss of all rights, benefits and privileges arising from membership.

24.4 The suspension or expulsion of any member shall remain in effect until the conditions for reinstatement set out in the decision have been complied with.

Article 25: Acquisitions / Mergers

25.1 The acquisition or amalgamation of two (2) or more member companies results in the obligation of the acquiring or merged firm to pay all financial or other obligations incurred by the members in Or on behalf of the Association

25.2 The acquisition or amalgamation of two or more undertakings or the change of name or corporate name of an undertaking that occurs in the course of a fiscal year has no effect on the acquisition, Application of the AQIE by-laws and by-laws only from the following year.

 

Article 26: Communications with Members

26.1 Notwithstanding any other provisions, AQIE may communicate directly with its members or through its quarterly publication.

Article 27: Members in good standing

27.1 In order for a member to be considered in good standing for a given year, to delegate a representative to a General Assembly of the Association and to be entitled to vote, he must have respected, for the year in The following conditions:

  • To have filled in and handed to the secretariat of the Association a form of membership or renewal of membership provided by the Association.

  • Have been accredited by the Association.

  • To have paid the annual fee prescribed by the Association.

  • To have satisfied all its financial or other obligations in respect of or on behalf of the Association on the prescribed or agreed dates.

Article 28: Delegates of Members

28.1 Members of the Association in good standing shall be represented at the Annual General Meeting and the Extraordinary Meetings by one or two delegates.

28.2 A person who produces a letter of credence duly signed by an authorized officer of the company or member organization that he represents is recognized as a delegate.

28.3 Credential forms shall be sent by ordinary mail at least fifteen (15) days before the scheduled date of any meeting or such forms shall be submitted.

Article 29: Annual General Meeting

29.1 The Annual General Meeting of the Association shall be held within six (6) months of the beginning of the Association's fiscal year at such times and places as may be determined by its Board of Directors. The venue must be advertised at least forty-five (45) days in advance.

29.2 The annual general meeting of the Association shall be convened by notice signed by the President and sent by ordinary mail to all contributing or non - contributing members and to the directors of the Association at least fifteen (15) days before the scheduled date Of the said meeting. The notice shall state the date, place, time and proposed agenda.

29.3 The proposed agenda for the Annual General Meeting shall include the following items, if any;

  • Verification of the right of presence and the right to vote.

  • Reading and adoption of the transcript of the last Annual General Meeting.

  • Report of the President.

  • Directors' reports.

  • Presentation and approval of financial statements.

  • Consideration and approval of amendments to statutes or regulations.

  • Election of directors.

  • New business.

Article 30: Extraordinary General Assembly

30.1 The President may convene an Extraordinary General Meeting upon written request signed by at least five (5) members in good standing to the head office of the Association.

30.2 Such meeting shall be held within thirty (30) days of the request. All members must be notified at least fifteen (15) days in advance of the meeting and of the reason for convening the meeting and receive all relevant documents at least seven days before the meeting.

30.3 The Extraordinary General Meeting may deal only with the items mentioned in the agenda unless unanimously agreed by all delegates present and in good standing.

30.4  In case of emergency, an Extraordinary General Meeting may be held only seven (7) days after its convening. The latter, accompanied by the relevant documents, must be sent at least three (3) days before the said meeting.

Artcile 31: Quorum

Modified on June 4th 2005

 

31.1     Fifteen per cent (15%) of members in good standing attending any general meeting shall constitute the quorum.

Article 32: Voting right

32.1     At the time of voting, each dues-paying member in good standing at the annual general meeting or special meeting is entitled to one (1) vote.

 

32.2     Unless otherwise specified in the statutes and regulations of the Association, decisions taken during the annual general meeting and special general meetings are approved with a majority of expressed votes and are executory. In the case of a tie, the Chairman shall cast the deciding vote. Any other voting situations, elections aside, are conducted by show of hands, unless a secret ballot vote is requested by a majority of members in good standing attending the meeting. Elections shall be by secret ballot if there is more than one candidate for a position. 

Article 33: Meeting

33.1     In each meeting, the Chairman outlines the procedure he intends to follow in the course of deliberations.

Article 31: Auditors

34.1     Auditors are appointed by the Association’s members in good standing, during the annual general meeting.

Article 35: Director nomination process

35.1     Any member can be a director within the Association. His nomination must be supported by two (2) members in good standing during the annual general meeting. Otherwise, a nomination form can be completed and sent to the Association or handed in during the meeting. 

 

35.2     If a named candidate is not attending the meeting, the member who supports him must provide a statement in which the candidate agrees to his nomination and accepts to assume his role as director for the position he seeks.

 

35.3     In the absence of candidates for the director position, the Board can choose a person to fill the vacant position.

 

Article 36: Elections

36.1     The elected directors of the Association are:

 

  • Chairman

  • Vice-chairman

  • Secretary-Treasurer

  • Directors (4 to 7) modified on May 30th 2008

 

Article 37: Vacant positions

37.1     A director of the Association is automatically relieved of his duties if he is absent from three (3) consecutive Board Meetings without a valid reason, if he is expulsed, suspended or banned in any way by the Board or if the member he represents is expulsed, suspended or banned in any way from the Association.

 

37.2     A director can resign from the Board by presenting a letter of resignation to the Chairman or Vice-Chairman. The resignation is effective after being endorsed by the Board.

 

37.3     Any vacant administrative position can be filled by a person named by the Board for a duration that does not exceed the date of the next annual general meeting.

 

Article 38: Member titles and duties

38.1     Chairman 

  • The Chairman is the first officer of the Association. He presides or appoints someone to preside Board Meetings, the annual general meeting and any special general meetings.

  • He ensures that the decisions of the Board are applied. He signs all the documents requiring his signature and assumes all functions pertinent to his position.

  • He exercises all powers that have been conferred upon him by the Board. He is an ex officio member of all the Association’s committees. He represents the Association within the Sign Association of Canada.

 

38.2     Vice-Chairman

 

  • In the Chairman’s absence, the Vice-Chairman presides all meetings, represents the Association and assumes the same duties as the Chairman.

  • He carries out all tasks entrusted by the Chairman.

  • He is in charge of the statutes and regulations.

  • He prepares the annual report, which will be presented to the general meeting of the Association.

  • He is in charge of communication with other members.

  • Pursuant to the statutes, he fulfills all the duties attributed to him by the Board.

 

38.3     The Secretary-Treasurer

 

  • He ensures the financial administration of the Association and keeps proper books of account.

  • He signs cheques issued by the Association or complies with any procedure established by the Board to this effect.

  • He only withdraws from the bank authorized amounts by the Board.

  • Upon request, he presents receipts and deposits books to the Board.

  • He prepares the monthly financial report and the financial statements for the annual general meeting.

 

38.4     Directors (4 to 7)

            Directors share amongst them the following tasks:

 

  • They carry out all tasks and assume all functions attributed to them by the Chairman.

  • They assume all functions attributed to them by the current statutes.

  • They ensure that member help services are offered.

  • When needed, they take charge of the different committees created.

  • They participate in the drafting of the Association’s official publications.

  1. Former Chairman

 

  • He is the last person to have completed a mandate as Chairman before the election of a new one. That person can serve on the Board for a year after the end of his mandate

 

38.6     Permanent staff 

 

  • Reports to the Chairman.

  • Conducts the current business of the Association in accordance with the mandate entrusted to them by the Board.

  • Drafts and signs the transcripts of every Board Meeting. 

  • Produces all documents and keeps books and records of the Association, as directed by the Board.

  • Receives and manages the mail of the Association.

  • Is the custodian of the corporate seal of the Association, the minutes binder and all other books or documents owned by the Association.

Article 39 : Powers and role of the Board of Directors

39.1     The Board of Directors manages the business of the Association according to the mandate entrusted to them at the general meeting and the powers conferred by the statutes and regulations of the Association and the Companies Act. It has the power to: 

 

  • Create committees and commissions and entrust them with specific mandates.

  • Invest and move the money of the Association, without causing prejudice to its interests.  

  • Compensate the board, committee and commission members for all fees, losses or expenses incurred during the fulfillment of their duties, only if said fees, losses and expenses are not solely attributable to their fault or negligence.

 

39.2     The Board has the power to amend the Association’s regulations during two (2) annual general meetings. These amendments are effective immediately upon adoption and stay as such until the next annual general meeting or the next special meeting convened expressly for the purpose of approving them. They must be approved in accordance with article 49 of the statutes in order to still be applied.

 

39.3     The Board recommends the broad strategies, priorities and objectives of the Association.

 

39.4     The Board adopts the financial statements of the Association at the end of the fiscal year.

 

39.5     The Board adopts the operating budget and submits it to the annual general meeting.

 

39.6     The Board responds to the daily needs of the Association, including:

 

  • The representation of the Association with various organisms and authorities.

  • The inquiry into any situation deemed important or detrimental to the proper functioning of the Association.

  • The reception and analysis of the professional staff reports pertaining to the evolution of current activities.

  • The evaluation of operating policies and the organisation of the Association, and, when needed, the formulation of recommendations at the general meeting.

  • The sending of the adopted transcripts of the Board to the members who request it. 

 

39.7     The Board must approve all purchases, rentals and goods acquisitions that have not been budgeted, but are deemed necessary for the promotion and the realisation of the Association’s objectives.

 

39.8     The Board can authorize any improvement, development, form of management, rental, sale, transfer or sharing of any assets and rights belonging to the Association or a part thereof, if deemed necessary.

 

39.9     The Board has the power to establish rules, formulate regulations and to take means to conduct business, only if the current statutes do not already address those rules, regulations and means.

 

39.10   For the Association to function properly, the Board recommends the necessary staff to hire, establishes their duties, determines their salary and recommends their dismissal, if necessary.

Article 40 : Member eligibility

40.1 Delegates of all classes of members shall be eligible for election to the Board of Directors. Only Sign Makers Member Delegates are eligible for the position of Chairman unless no sign maker is available.

Article 41 : Eligibility of the delegates

41.1     In order to be eligible for the Board of Directors, a delegate must obtain a letter of credentials from the member he represents. A delegate must be a person. A delegate must have reached the age of legal majority and not have been declared unfit by the Courts of Quebec or elsewhere.

 

41.2     If a member revokes a delegate’s letters of credentials, the latter must, within 90 days, become an individual member or become the delegate of another member in order to keep his member status on the Board.   

Article 42 : Composition of the Board

42.1     The Board consists of at least 7 (seven) and at most ten (10) elected or named directors, amongst the different classes of eligible members. The Board must consist of a majority of sign makers.

 

42.2   A member cannot be represented by more than two (2) delegates on the Board.

 

42.3   The elected officers and directors of the Association are:

 

Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary-Treasurer and from four (4) to seven (7) directors.

Article 43 : Duration of mandates

43.1    The directors of the Association are elected for a term of two years by the attending members’ delegates in good standing in the annual general meeting.

 ​

43.2    Elections are split as follows: the Chairman is elected one year, the Vice-Chairman and the Treasurer the next one. As for other directors, depending on how many there are, half of them are elected a year and the other half the next.

43.3  The former Chairman can attend all Board Meetings during a year after the end of his mandate, with the right to speak but not to vote.  

Article 44 : Expulsion of Board members

44.1     Resignation, expulsion, or suspension of a Board member or the banishment of a member represented by a delegate on the Board automatically leads to the loss of this Board member’s director status.

Article 45 : Board Meetings

45.1     The Board holds at least 5 regular meetings a year, which can be included individually in any annual general meetings or special meetings.

 

45.2     Board Meetings are convened by the Chairman or by the Vice-Chairman upon the request of the majority of the members.

 

45.3     The notice of Board Meetings must be published at least seven (7) days before the scheduled meeting.

Article 46 : Quorum

46.1     The Board Meetings quorum is established by the majority of attending voting members.

 

Article 47 : Voting right

47.1     All Board Meetings’ decisions are reached by a vote of majority. Each member is entitled to one vote. In the case of a tie, the Chairman casts the deciding vote.  

 

47.2     The former Chairman has the right to speak, but not the right to vote.

Article 48 : Members

48.1     Any member in good standing of the Association can be a committee member or a commission member if he was invited to play this role by the Board.

 

48.2     The Chairman is an ex-officio member of all commissions or committees created by the Association.

 

48.3     By resolution, the Board can invite a person outside the Association to become a member of a commission or a committee if deemed necessary. In which case, that person does not have to be a member of the AQIE to attend those commission or committee meetings.

Article 49 : Special cases

49.1     Any case not covered by the current statutes falls under the jurisdiction of the Board of the AQIE. 

 

49.2     Notwithstanding these regulations, at all times and for any reason deemed sufficiently serious, the Board of the AQIE can convene a member, in a reasonable delay, to interrogate him on a given subject.

 

49.3     Any valid decision reached or ratified by the Board cannot be put into question unless it is the will of the majority.

 

49.4     Notwithstanding these statutes, AQIE has the exclusive right to evaluate each case and allow an exemption, if necessary.

 

49.5     Complaint investigations will be carried out in accordance with the established procedures and regulations of the AQIE.

Article 50 : Statutes and regulations amendments

50.1     Any amendment of the Association’s statutes and regulations must be adopted by the Board and then approved by at least two-thirds (2/3) of the attending voting members in good standing, during the general annual meeting or during a special general meeting convened to this effect.

50.2     All members in good standing and members of the Board can suggest amendments to the Association statutes and regulations. For an amendment to be considered, it must pass by the Association’s office at least thirty (30) days before the scheduled Board Meeting where it will be debated. The Association must send a copy of all proposed amendments to all members at least fifteen (15) days before said Board Meeting.

 

50.3     A draft of all amendments brought to statutes and regulations must be transmitted to all members in good standing by the Association, within 60 days following their adoption.

 

Article 51 : Dissolution of the Association

51.1     The association can only be dissolved if a resolution by the Board to this effect is adopted by three-quarters (3/4) of the reunited members in good standing from the four different classes acknowledged by the Association, during a special general meeting convened to that end.

 

51.2     In case of the dissolution and liquidation of the Association, all remaining assets after the payment of debts and obligations shall be shared between the contributing members in good standing at the time of the dissolution.

 

 

Article 52 : Liability

52.1     Members of the Board must act within the scope of the functions and powers conferred to them, and exercise the care, prudence and diligence that a reasonable person would exercise in similar circumstances. They must act with honesty, loyalty and in the interest of the Association.

 

52.2     Members of the Board cannot be prosecuted for an act done in good faith in the performance of their duties.

 

Please reload

© 2017 Association Québécoise de l'Industrie de l'Enseigne