Statutes

The Statutes of the Hungarian Youth Hostel Association

As a result of the decision of the General Meeting held on March 10, 2017 – crossed out to be repealed, deleted or marked down in italics – as a result of the amendment of the new provisions, the Civil Organization is the Civil Code. (2013 Act V) and Act CLXXV of 2011 on the Right to Merger, Public Benefit Status and the Operation and Support of Civil Organizations. (hereinafter referred to as “the ECV.”, as a public benefit organization).

I. General provisions

1) Name of the Association: Hungarian Association of Youth Hostels Public Benefit Organization
2) Headquarters: 1121 Budapest, Miklós Konkoly-Thege road 21.
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4) Year of development: 1989.
5) Operating area: Hungary
II. The purpose and mission of the Alliance

The mission of the Alliance is to educate and develop the spirit of youth, with special regard to disadvantaged young people, to increase their knowledge, to love and protect their environment, to respect cultural values ​​throughout the world.

Taking into account our value orientation, the basics of achieving goals are offering accommodation where there is no discrimination on the basis of origin, nationality, color, religion, gender, social class or political view; where it is possible to get to know and understand each other better.

The Alliance aims to achieve its goals while respecting the full autonomy of its members.

Alliance Purpose:
a) Professional representation of youth hostels in Hungary, development of a position on economic, financial and legal issues affecting youth hostels and its validation; to keep young people active in youth tourism and other organizations interested in youth tourism informed and informed about issues related to their situation and work.

b) Supporting the development of domestic youth tourism through the establishment and strengthening of the spirit of the Youth Hostel movement;

(c) Contacting and liaising with domestic and foreign youth hostels and youth hostels, basically through the channels of IYHF and EUFED; providing information, systematic and systematic exchange of information on the professional development of youth tourism on a national and international scale.

d) Making youth hostels more efficient, promoting better use and modernization of accommodations;

e) Supporting the development of youth tourism through specific means; encouraging the mobility of young people, increasing their openness to the world, encouraging their environment by organizing various actions and programs.

f) Development of youth hostel services to enhance the sport and leisure activities of young people.

g) Improving the quality of youth hostels.

h) Serving the country’s rural economic, social and cultural development, improving the quality of life of the population by promoting the development of rural accommodation and forest schools.

i) Collaboration with public administration and tourism, rural development and other national bodies and NGOs for the development or support of youth hostels.

j) Building the image of youth tourism by building and operating public relations.

k) Supports the creation and operation of tourism clusters for the professional development of youth tourism, which can greatly facilitate the widespread dissemination of environmentally conscious approaches and farming practices.

l) Encouraging and supporting rural tourism.

m) For the purpose of developing and successfully operating tourism in the field of youth tourism, the Alliance may cooperate with other national associations that play a role in youth tourism in order to make youth tourism more effective.

2) The tasks of the Alliance to achieve its goals, which the Ectv. taking into account the public benefit activities that contribute indirectly to the public and municipal tasks of the designated legal entities in the areas listed below, contributing to meeting the common needs of society and the individual.

a) Organize and carry out the interest and advocacy of youth hostels for the purposes of point 1a); in this context, it unites all those who are active in youth tourism, their activities are related to youth tourism, and they want to support the development of youth tourism in an organized way.

The Association provides an organizational framework for exploring and formulating the interests of those active in youth tourism and for effectively representing these interests.

With this task, it promotes and supports the CLXXXIX of 2011 on Local Governments in Hungary. Article 13 (3), Section 15, and Section 23 (4) of Act No 1 of the Act 1

7), and the municipal tasks related to tourism set out in Article 23 (4) (15).

(b) Cooperate with the International Youth Hostel Association for the purposes of points (c), (i) and (m), with the Association of Youth Hostels in the European Union, enter into cooperation agreements, in principle within the framework of the IYHF and the EUFED; as well as with domestic sports and leisure organizations; and to deepen relations with the European Union. In the framework of cooperation with domestic civil organizations, raising the awareness of the environment, raising the level of environmental awareness and farming methods.

With this task, it promotes and supports the CLXXXIX of 2011 on Local Governments in Hungary. (13) (13), 13 (3), 15 and 23 (4), point 17 of the Local Government Act.

In addition, it cooperates with its sporting organizations in its public service role in the field of youth sport as described in Section 49 (e) of Act I of 2004 on Sport.

By familiarizing with the environmentally conscious approach, it promotes the improvement of the quality of life of the population and ensures the implementation of the CLIV. Article 144 (2) of the Act on Public Service. In the framework of the environmentally conscious approach, by developing the nature conservation culture, LIII. implements the state task described in Article 64 (1) of the Act.

c) Develop and operate an information system between youth hostels operating in Hungary for the purposes of clauses 1c-d, f, i) and m).

With this task, it promotes and supports the CLXXXIX of 2011 on Local Governments in Hungary. (13) (13), 13 (3), 15 and 23 (4), point 17 of the Local Government Act.

d) Initiates and facilitates the training of professionals necessary for the functioning of youth hostels for the purposes of points 1a, c and i both abroad and abroad. In addition, in order to raise the standard of service for youth tourism, it organizes basic and in-service training for its members, and provides adult training.

  With this extra-curricular, self-educating, self-educating, quality-of-life and life-enhancing activity, it contributes to the success of the CXL of 1997 on museum institutions, public library supply and public education. (1) and (2) (a) and Act 85 (1) (d) of the Act, it indirectly supports it, promotes its implementation.

e) Provides youth hostels with assistance for the provision of accommodation, programs for the purposes of items 1d-e, g, h and l

  With this activity, which promotes cultural tourism, it contributes to the success of the CXL of 1997 on museums, public library services and public education. Article 85 (1) (d) of the Act on the Local Government of the Republic of Hungary, implicitly supports it, promotes its implementation.

f) Develops and carries out joint marketing activities for youth hostels for the purposes of points 1d), g), j) and l). In addition, he tries to pass on the experience of educational qualification, product development and successful marketing to the Hungarian civil organizations working in the youth tourism of the Carpathian Basin destination, to help their professional work.

With this task, it promotes and supports the CLXXXIX of 2011 on Local Governments in Hungary. (13) (13), 13 (3), 15 and 23 (4), point 17 of the Local Government Act.

3) a) The Alliance does not exclude the possibility for its members to benefit from its public benefit services.

b) The Association shall only perform economic-entrepreneurial activities without endangering the performance of the activity pursued by the public interest or the basic purpose specified in the articles of association.

4) The Association may establish and maintain facilities and institutions for the fulfillment of its tasks, and may establish foundations and enterprises, and may participate in the establishment and operation of other civil organizations or business associations for such purpose. The Alliance uses the profit from this activity to fulfill its public benefit objectives and to develop its public benefit tasks.

5) The Association does not engage in direct political activity, its organization is independent of parties and does not provide financial support to them and does not receive financial support from them.

III. Membership of the Association

All Hungarian and foreign youth hostels and operators in Hungary can be members of the Association

ldi is a legal person, company, business association, economic and civic organization and an individual who agrees with the Alliance’s goals and accepts the statutes. The normal membership relationship is based on recruitment. Applications for the establishment of a regular membership must be submitted in writing to the Presidency. The Board shall decide on the admission of the ordinary member. An accommodation or owner or operator may be a full member of the Association.
All Hungarian citizens, as well as any other citizen with a residence permit in Hungary who supports the Alliance’s goals and agrees with them, and undertakes to pay the support of the sponsor, may be a supporting member of the Association. You must apply in writing for membership support. The Board of the Association decides on the admission of the sponsor. Supporting members may participate in the General Meeting with consultation rights.
3) Any Hungarian or foreign citizen who accepts and supports the Alliance’s goals may be an honorary member of the Association. The General Meeting decides on the admission of the Honorary Member upon the proposal of the Association Presidency. Honorary members may participate in the General Meeting with consultation rights.

4) Any Hungarian or foreign citizen who supports the Alliance’s goals and agrees with them may be an individual member of the Association. Individual membership is established by purchasing a membership card. Individual members may participate in the General Meeting with consultation rights.

5) All Hungarian and foreign legal persons, enterprises, business associations, economic and non-governmental organizations, and private individuals who are in agreement with the Alliance’s purpose, accept the Statutes and pay the Observer Membership Fee to become an observer member of the Association in Hungary and abroad. .

6) Rights of the ordinary member:

a) Have the right to vote under the mandate of the General Assembly of the Association and the election of the leading bodies and officers of the Association;

(b) Eligibility for senior management bodies or positions of the Association;

c) You may use the services and benefits of the Association;

d) Make a statement, make a proposal, initiate a decision on any issue affecting the Association,

e) May object to the Alliance’s decisions,

f) Participate in Alliance programs, events, camps, etc.

g) You may temporarily suspend your membership status (for a maximum of one year).

7) Duties of the ordinary member:

a) Compliance with the Statutes, compliance with the requirements set by the Association for the standard of operation of youth hostels,

b) Compliance with the Membership Rules (hereinafter referred to as the Membership Fee Rules), the payment of the membership fee under the conditions set out in the Membership Rules, at least 10% discount on the price of Hostelling International or Hungarian Federal Members. The member’s obligation also covers the promotion of the individual membership / membership card system of Hostelling International.

c) Indication of the alliance and IYHF logo on the accommodation and marketing materials, in a prominent place on your website

d) Protecting Federal Property

e) Statistical reporting.

8) Rights of the Support Member:

(a) may participate in the General Assembly of the Association and in the meetings of all its organs with the right of consultation;

b) Participate in Alliance programs, events, camps,

c) You can use the Alliance’s services, benefits, facilities, equipment,

9) Obligations of the Supporting Member:

a) Compliance with the rules of the institutions used,

b) Payment of the sponsorship that it undertakes,

c) Protecting Federal Property.

10) Rights of the Honorary Member:

a) have the right to participate in the General Assembly of the Association, at the meetings of all its organs and in the election of the leading bodies and officers of the Association;

b)

c) You can use the Alliance’s services, benefits, facilities, equipment,

d) Make a statement, make a proposal, initiate a decision on any issue affecting the Association,

e) Participate in the programs, events and camps of the Association.

11) Duties of the Honorary Member:

a) Compliance with the rules of the institutions used,

b) Protecting Federal Property,

12) Individual Member Rights:

a) may participate in the General Assembly of the Association with the right of consultation;

b) You can use the services, discounts, facilities, equipment of the Association,

c) Participate in Alliance programs, events, camps,

13) Duties of the individual member:

a) Compliance with the rules of the institutions used,

b) Protecting Federal Property.

14) Rights of the Observing Member

a) may participate in the General Assembly of the Association with the right of consultation;

b) Can make an opinion, make a suggestion, initiate a decision on anything that affects the Alliance

ly question

c) Participate in the programs, events, and camps of the Association by not receiving marketing services at all

The duties of the observer:

a) Compliance with the Statutes, compliance with the requirements set by the Association for the standard of operation of youth hostels,

b) Compliance with the Membership Rules, payment of the membership fee,

c) Protecting Federal Property

d) Statistical reporting.

14 / A) The membership fee paid by the members – as an annex to the articles of association – is an integral part of the Membership Rules.

15) The Association keeps records of its members.

16) Members of the Association may be members of other non-governmental organizations at the same time.

17) Entering the Alliance and exiting the Alliance is voluntary.

18) Membership ceases:

(a) with the withdrawal of the member, which shall be notified in writing to the representative of the Association. The Member shall be deemed to have withdrawn from the date of receipt by the representative of the exit statement,

(b) with the exclusion of the member, on the date of receipt of the final negative decision, \ t

(c) by the death or termination of the member of the member on that day.

19) The presidency decides at first instance on the exclusion of members, and the general assembly acts on the second level. The General Assembly decides on the members of the Presidium and the Disciplinary Board at first instance.

Excluded from Alliance members

(a) a member who endangers the attainment of the objectives of the Association by his or her activities, conduct or omission, and any member who acts in serious or repeated violation of the Statutes or General Meeting;

b) a member who, despite a written request from the Presidency, expressing an extra deadline and expressly calling for the legal consequences of repeated failure, also wrote in the Membership Schedule by the 15th of December of that year at the latest.

(c) a member who has been convicted by a court of a final and enforceable custodial sentence and banned from public affairs.

The statutes do not establish any other possible legal consequences for such conduct.

20) The exclusion procedure shall be conducted by the Presidency at first instance, with the exception of the members of the Presidency. The initiation of the procedure may be initiated by any member in writing, with details of the facts and circumstances known to him or her, or by indicating and attaching available evidence. The President decides to initiate the procedure. The subject subject to the proceedings shall be notified of the initiation of the proceedings and of the reasons therefor, the evidence thereof and shall have the opportunity to present his defense and evidence. The member may also use a legal representative during the procedure. The member must be invited to the Presidency’s exclusion meeting and be given the opportunity to present his defense properly.

The member shall be notified in writing of the negative decision of the presidency. The decision shall set out the reasons, facts and evidence on which it is based in the grounds for exclusion. The decision should further include precise and explicit information on the available remedies available within and outside the Alliance.

The excluded member may appeal to the General Meeting within fifteen days of receipt of the decision on exclusion. The appeal shall state the reasons for the change of the decision to exclude and shall indicate the evidence to that effect. The person authorized to convene the General Meeting shall make a decision on the merits of the appeal within 30 days after receipt of the appeal. In the event of an appropriate appeal, the convenor shall convene the general meeting to discuss the appeal within 30 days at the latest. The possibility of the member’s defense and participation must also be ensured at the general meeting, with the member concerned not being able to vote on the matter at the time of the decision.

With respect to the members of the Presidency, their legal relationship shall cease by adopting a negative decision of the General Meeting.

ARC. Organization of the Alliance

The Association’s corporate bodies are:
a) General Assembly

b) Bureau

V. General Assembly

1) The General Assembly is the decision-making body of the Association.

2) The General Meeting is made up of members.

3) The General Meeting shall be convened as necessary, and at least once a year, and the members shall be notified at least 30 days in advance in a verifiable manner, indicating the venue and agenda, at an address other than that of the seat.

The invitation to the general meeting includes the name of the association, its seat, the place, time and proposed agenda items of the general meeting.

The invitation shall also include the place and date of the repeated general meeting in the event of the quorum of the general meeting, and the invitation to the quorum of the repeated general meeting for the items on the agenda, irrespective of those appearing. The repeated general meeting will be 3-15 years after the original date of the general meeting

pra can be called.

The agenda shall be indicated in the invitation in such detail as to enable those entitled to vote to formulate their positions on the subjects to be discussed.

In addition, the date of the General Meeting shall be published at least 30 days prior to the date, venue and agenda with the Alliance’s website (www. Miszsz.hu). Proposals requiring a decision must also be sent in writing in advance.

The General Assembly shall be convened by the Presidency.

The Assembly is public.

A resolution may be made at a general meeting on a matter on the duly announced agenda, unless all the persons entitled to attend are present and agree unanimously to discuss an item not on the agenda.

Within 15 days of the date of delivery of the invitation to the General Meeting, the members may request the Bureau to supplement the agenda with an explanation of the addition. The Presidency is entitled to decide on the addition of the agenda within 2 days. The Presidency may reject the agenda or approve the request. In any event, its decision and, in the case of acceptance, the supplemented agenda items shall be communicated to the members in a verifiable manner, no later than 2 days after its adoption.

If the Presidency does not decide on a request to supplement the agenda, the General Meeting shall decide separately on the addition of the agenda prior to the adoption of the decision on the agenda, provided that a decision on the item not duly included in the agenda can be taken only if all those entitled to attend are present and present. they unanimously agree to discuss a non-agenda item.

If the general meeting is not convened properly, the meeting may be held if at least three-quarters of the eligible persons are present at the meeting and unanimously agree to the meeting. A decision may be made on an item on the duly notified agenda, unless at least three-quarters of those entitled to attend are present and agree unanimously to discuss an item not on the agenda. Except as a result of these two conditions, an unlawfully convened or held General Meeting shall, for this reason, become invalid with effect from the date of its acceptance if the decision is recognized by all members unanimously within thirty days of the date of the General Meeting.

4) Extraordinary General Meeting:

a) by a majority decision of the Association Presidency,

b) if one-third of the members of the Association so request, by indicating the cause and the purpose;

(c) if ordered by the court

d) if the federal property does not cover the due debts; and if the association is unlikely to be able to pay its debts on due date; or the attainment of the goals of the alliance was compromised.

In the case specified in (d), at the general meeting convened, the members are required to take action or decide to terminate the association in order to terminate the convocation.

5) The General Meeting has a quorum if more than half of the members entitled to vote are present

a) The members will have a mandate for each hundred beds that they have started.

b) The number of mandates shall be determined on the basis of the number of beds taken into account for the last membership fee, which shall be certified by the Presidency in a letter to the General Meeting, if more than one mandate is available to the member.

6) Representation of the member can be done by written authorization in a private document with full probative force.

7) The Assembly:

a) Usually takes decisions by open ballot, by simple majority.

b) Decides by secret ballot if at least 1/3 of the mandates are requested.

Members shall take their decisions by a majority of the votes taken into account for the quorum. When making the decision, you cannot vote for

(a) who is released from the obligation or liability by the decision or is otherwise favored by the legal person;

(b) to whom a contract is to be awarded under the decision;

(c) who is to be sued pursuant to the decision;

d) whose relatives have an interest in the decision who is not a member of the association;

e) who is in a relationship based on majority influence with other organizations interested in the decision; or

f) who is otherwise personally interested in the decision.

A person who has close relatives on the basis of a decision may not participate in the decision of the general meeting

(a) is exempt from liability or liability;

(b) any other advantage or interest in the legal transaction to be entered into.

It is not an advantage to provide non-pecuniary service that can be used by anybody without a restriction in the framework of the purposeful benefits of the public benefit organization or to the purpose of the statutory instrument provided by the association to the member based on the membership status.

8) To change the association’s statutes, the alliance merger

A resolution of the General Assembly by a three-quarters majority shall be required for the division and division of the \ t To amend the purpose of the association and to decide on the termination of the alliance, a resolution of the voting members with a three-fourths majority vote is required.

The General Meeting adopts its decision on the adoption of the annual report in accordance with the general rules, ie the simple majority of the members with voting rights present.

9) Following the opening of the general meeting, the quorum, ie the number of members who have been published and entitled to vote compared to the current number of members, shall be determined primarily. Prior to the discussion of the agenda items, the general meeting elects the chairman of the chairman, the person who keeps the minutes and the two minutes, and, if necessary, the two-person counting committee.

Members of the General Meeting shall be provided with an attendance list, stating the name and domicile of the member and, in the case of a member of a sponsoring legal entity, his or her domicile. The attendance sheet shall be authenticated by the signature of the chairman of the general meeting and the record holder.

10) The General Meeting has exclusive competence:

(a) amendments to the statutes and to the insolvency rules which form an integral part thereof;

(b) deciding on the dissolution, merger and division of the Association;

c) Election, recall and determination of remuneration of the Chief Executive Officer (Chairman, Board Members);

(d) adoption of the annual budget;

e) Accepting the annual report (with a public benefit supplement).

11) In addition to matters within its exclusive competence, the General Assembly shall decide on any matter submitted to or submitted to the Assembly by a representative of the Presidency or a member of the General Assembly.

12) Detailed minutes shall be drawn up of the General Meeting. The minutes shall contain the name and seat of the association, the place and time of the general meeting, the name of the chairman of the general meeting, the record holder, the verifier of the minutes, the quorum, the agenda, the summary of the agenda items, the decisions taken. The report should include – in numbered form – the full content, scope, and number of supporters and opponents of the decisions taken (if possible, the person). Recorded and numbered protocols also serve as the Register of Decisions.

The minutes shall be authenticated by the chairman and two members elected for this purpose. Any member can view the report.

The decision taken shall be communicated to the persons concerned in a verifiable manner within two weeks of their adoption and shall be made public on the Association’s website.

13) An objection to a resolution of the General Meeting has no suspensive effect. The objection must be judged at the next General Assembly. No further objection may be raised against the decision to object.

VI.

VI. presidency

1) The Association’s management tasks are performed by a five-member Bureau. The presidency is elected by the general assembly for a period of three years. The appointment of a new official to serve as a replacement for a member who ceases to serve during the cycle is for the remainder of the cycle.

2) The members of the Board are the Chairman and two other members of the Presidium, two of which are not based in Budapest. The mandate of the members is established by their election.

A member of the presidency may be a person of legal age whose capacity to act is not limited to the extent necessary for the performance of his or her activities.

It may not be a member of the presidency who has been sentenced to a term of imprisonment for the duration of a criminal offense until such time as the adverse consequences to the criminal record have been released; as well as anyone who has been banned from this profession with force. A person who has been banned from a profession by a judicial decision shall not be a senior official of the legal person pursuing the activity specified in the judgment.

For the period specified in the prohibition decision, there shall be no senior officer who has been prohibited from acting as chief executive officer.

It may not be a senior official who is subject to a judgment prohibiting public affairs (Section 61 (2) (i) CC).

In the case of a senior official’s legal position – if he does not perform a managerial position in the context of an employment relationship and not as a social work – the Civil Code. the rules of the contract of engagement are relevant.

Termination of Chief Executive Officer:

(a) upon expiry of the term of the assignment;

b) by recall;

c) resignation;

(d) death or cessation of the chief executive officer;

(e) limiting the ability of the executive officer to perform his duties to the extent necessary for the performance of his activities;

(f) inconvenience or inconsistency with the senior official

You can resign at any time by a statement addressed to the federation by a senior official who is addressed to the federation. If required by the legal personality, the resignation shall take effect by the appointment or election of the new executive officer, or, failing that, no later than sixty days after the announcement.

If the senior official is a member of a member organization and the legal relationship between them ceases, then the member organization appoints the newest natural person.

3) The Bureau holds its meetings as often as necessary, but at least every six months. The President shall convene meetings of the Bureau in writing. A convocation shall be deemed to be regular if the members are notified in writing at least fifteen days prior to the date of the meeting and receive a description of the subject matter of the meeting. Occasionally, additional persons may be invited to the Bureau meeting, subject to its subject matter.

The meetings of the Bureau are public.

4) The Board meeting has a quorum if all members of the Presidium are present. It makes its decisions by open voting, simple majority.

In the event of a quorum, within 15 days at the latest, the Bureau meeting shall be re-convened. Meetings convened repeatedly as a result of a quorum shall be quorum only if more than half of the members of the Bureau are present. The decision can only be made by unanimous decision.

When making the decision, you cannot vote for

(a) who is released from the obligation or liability by the decision or is otherwise favored by the legal person;

(b) to whom a contract is to be awarded under the decision;

(c) who is to be sued pursuant to the decision;

d) whose relatives have an interest in the decision not to be a member of the association;

e) who is in a relationship based on majority influence with other organizations interested in the decision; or

f) who is otherwise personally interested in the decision.

5) A reminder of the meeting of the Bureau shall be drawn up, in which the place, time, number and person of the Presidium, the quorum, the agenda and the short summary of the comments made shall be recorded. The reminder should also contain – numbered – the full content, scope, and number of decision supporters and opponents (if possible the person). The queued and numbered reminders also serve as the Register of Decisions.

The members of the Board shall be notified of the decisions of the Board in a verifiable manner within two weeks of their adoption and shall be made public on the Association’s website (www.miszsz.hu).

6) The Board shall decide on any matter relating to the management of the Association which is not referred to in the exclusive competence of the General Assembly.

Tasks of the Bureau:

a) discussing the daily affairs of the association, making decisions on matters within the competence of the management;

b) preparing reports and submitting them to the general meeting;

(c) drawing up the annual budget and submitting it to the general assembly;

(d) the management and implementation of decisions concerning the use and investment of assets of the Association, which are not within the competence of the General Assembly;

e) preparing the formation of the association’s statutory and statutory bodies and the election of officers;

f) convening a general meeting, notifying the membership and the bodies of the association;

(g) defining items on the agenda of the general meeting convened by the executive body;

h) Participation in the General Meeting and answering questions relating to the Association;

(i) registration of membership;

j) managing the decisions, organizational documents and other books of the association;

(k) preservation of records relating to the operation of the association;

(l) to examine at any time the existence of a cessation of association and, if so, to take the measures provided for in this Act; and

m) decision on the admission of the member based on the authorization of the articles of association.

The members of the presidency are required to attend the general meeting, to answer questions related to the association at the general meeting, to report on the activities and economic situation of the association.

The Bureau shall report on its activities during the period between the two General Meetings before the General Assembly and its measures shall be approved by the General Assembly.

VII.
VIII. officials

Alliance Officers:
a) President of the Association,

b) Two members of the Association’s four Presidencies

The president of the Association represents the organization with the right of representation, the scope of its right of representation is general.
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XI.

XII.

XIII. Conflict of interest rules

A person who is close relative to the decision under the decision may not participate in the decision of the leading bodies

(a) is exempt from liability or liability;

b) any other advantage

c) or otherwise in the legal transaction to be concluded

dated.

It is not an advantage to provide non-pecuniary services that can be used by anyone without a restriction in the framework of the purposeful benefits of the public benefit organization, or to the purpose of the statutory instrument provided by the social organization based on the membership status.

For a period of three years after the termination of the public benefit organization, a person who has previously been a senior official (member of the supervisory body) of a public benefit organization for at least one year before the termination of the public benefit organization shall not be a member of the executive officer of the public benefit organization.

(a) which has ceased without a legal successor by offsetting its tax and customs debt registered with the State tax and customs authorities;

(b) a significant tax shortfall has been identified by the public tax and customs authorities,

(c) against which the State tax and customs administration has imposed a closure measure or imposed a fine for the closure of a business;

(d) whose tax number has been suspended or canceled by the State Tax and Customs Administration under the Act on Taxation.

A senior official or a person nominated for them shall inform all relevant public benefit organizations in advance that he or she is also filling such a position with another public benefit organization.

XIV. Management of the Alliance

The Association manages the available assets by the budget approved by the General Assembly.
Alliance Income:
a) Membership, Membership Card, International Membership, Membership,

b) Proposals and contributions from legal entities and individuals

(c) State aid, \ t

(d) Grants awarded by tender, \ t

e) Revenue from events organized by the Association, revenues from marketed publications

f) Gifts, donations

(g) income from an economic enterprise activity directly related to its principal activity;

h) Revenue from accommodation ratings

(i) Amount of the specific portion of the personal income tax allocated by the taxpayer,

j) Other income

3) The Association performs their duties as officers without remuneration. However, they may claim compensation for their justified expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. Costs may include: travel costs: air ticket, train ticket, taxi, SME ticket, car posting, other travel expenses. Other costs: phone usage, training costs, accommodation costs,

Honorable staff and volunteers can be employed to perform administrative tasks. However, they may claim compensation for their justified expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. (Costs included: see e), the employer exercises over the employer.

4) Alliance assets can be:

a) Cash (banknote, current account amount),

b) Claim

(c) movable and immovable property, \ t

d) Property law,

e) Securities

f) Capital participation.

5) The Association is responsible for its debts with its own assets. Members are only required to pay the membership fee, and the members are not liable for their debts for the Alliance’s debts.

XV. Public benefit statements

The Association is obliged to prepare a public benefit attachment at the same time as its report.
The public benefit annex is prepared by the presidency, the adoption of which is decided by the General Assembly at the same time as the annual report is adopted.
The chairman is responsible for providing access to documents relating to the operation of the public benefit organization and for providing information on them. The request for access to the file (request) must be sent to the President in writing. The chairman shall promptly consult the documents requested by any body or person authorized by law; in other cases, to have access to the file within the time limit agreed with the applicant or within the time limit prescribed by law or official decision. The chairman shall keep a separate record of access to the file, from which the name of the applicant, the name of the requested document, the time of the request and the execution of the application may be established, subject to his / her written consent to the processing of his / her personal data. This entitlement is granted to all external interested parties, limited to data protection and the protection of privacy.
The Association is obliged to deposit its report and the public benefit attachment approved by the body authorized for approval by the last day of the fifth month following the balance sheet date of the given business year at the National Judicial Office and at the headquarters of the Association and publish it on its website.
The Association fulfills the above obligation in the manner prescribed by the Act on the Register of the Court and the related procedural rules.
The Association shall ensure the continued availability of the data published on its website at least until the publication of the data for the second business year following publication.
The deposit

The report, as well as the public benefit annex, shall be published in the manner prescribed by the Act on the judicial records of civil organizations and the related procedural rules, and the retrieval of their data by the Civil Information Portal shall be possible.
Otherwise, the provisions of the Accounting Act and the Government Decree issued on the basis of its authorization shall apply to the Association’s accounts.
12) The Association discloses the following information on its website www.miszsz.hu / with the support designation:

a) the operational data of the Association (in particular: the most important data of the statutes, activities and management, invitations to the general meeting and the presidencies, keeping the preliminary notice period, and – as already mentioned – their decisions),

(b) the way in which the services of the Association are used (in particular: support, application opportunities, their extent and conditions). Alliance benefits are available to anyone;

(c) a professional or accounting report on the operation, including its annexes.

XVI. Final provisions

1) The Association is a legal entity that has been acquired through the registration of social organizations. The Association was registered by the Metropolitan Court.

2) The successor of the Association to the Young Travelers Club, founded in 1970.

3) The Association ceases without legal successor if:

a) Members declare terminated; or

(b) terminated by an authorized body;

c) the Alliance has achieved its purpose or the attainment of the Alliance’s purpose has become impossible and no new purpose has been set; or

(d) the number of members of the Association shall not be less than ten for a period of six months, provided that, in each case, the court deletes the legal person from the register upon completion of the appropriate procedure to close the legal person.

4) The Association shall cease to be a legal successor if it is united with another Association or is divided into one or more Associations.

5) In the event of the termination of the Association, the remaining assets after the satisfaction of the creditors shall be transferred to a non-profit organization established and operating for the same purpose.

By signing this Statute, the President of the Association (its representative) certifies that the consolidated text of the Articles of Association complies with the content of the Articles of Association in force.

Budapest, March 10, 2017

chairman

By signing this Statute, the representative of the Association certifies that the consolidated text of the Articles of Association is in conformity with the content of the Articles of Association in force on the basis of the amendments, therefore I will accept in Budapest on March 10, 2017: