Section 4. President.
(a)The President shall be selected by the General Meeting from amongst the Board of Trustees and shall hold Office until his death or resignation.
(b) The President shall select a Vice President from amongst the Board of Trustees within six calendar months of his taking office and in the absence of his making such a selection the Board of Trustees will select the Vice President who will hold office as if had been selected by the President.
(c) The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer and the Spiritual Head of the College. The President will administer the College when
the Board of Trustees is not sitting.
(d) The President or his delegate shall be the Chairman of all meetings he attends within the College unless he delegates his authority to the Vice President or a member of the Board of Trustees.
Section 5. Vice President and Resident Trustee.
(a) The Vice President shall hold office until death, resignation or supersession.
(b) The Vice President shall be the Chairman of every meeting within the College in the absence of the President.
(c) When acting as Resident Trustee as the President’s delegate he will have all the powers of the President save those attributable to the Spiritual Head of the College.
(d) The Vice President shall be responsible to the president and the Board of Trustees for the administration of the College.
Section 6. Secretary.
(a) The Secretary shall be selected by the Board of trustees with the consent of the President or his delegate from amongst the Board of Trustees.
(b) The Secretary shall hold office until his death, resignation, excommunication, supersession or until he fails to qualify as a Public Officer by reason of any statutory enactments.
(c) The Secretary shall be responsible to the President or his delegate and shall prepare, sign and cause to be mailed all written notices of meetings, prepare and maintain the minutes of all meetings of the Board of Trustees and the meetings of other College bodies and promptly provide the President or his delegate with copies of all resolutions of the Board of Trustees or other College bodies.
Section 7. Treasurer.
(a) The Treasurer shall be selected by the Board of trustees.
(b) The Treasurer shall hold office until his death, resignation excommunication or supersession.
(c) The Treasurer shall annually review the financial condition of the College and shall report his findings and recommendations to the President or his delegate whenever either of them request such.
(d) The Treasurer shall receive each week copies of invoices, deposit slips and other documents xxxxxxing
the deposit of monies or financial transactions in which the College is involved and make such periodic reports to the Board of trustees as it may request.
Section 8. General Meeting.
The ordinary general meeting will take place every year at a place to be determined by the Board of Trustees. The members or their representatives will be convened to the meeting by a notice displayed at the registered office of the College thirty days before the meeting is due to take place. Additionally Church Members will be notified of the meeting by registered letter thirty days before the date on which the meeting is due to take place.
Section 9. Agenda at General Meeting.
The following matters will be considered at the General Meeting in conjunction with any other relevant matter:
(i) The consideration of the annual report and the annual account as well as the auditor’s report.
(ii) The nomination and recall of the Members of the Board of Trustees.
(iii) The nomination and recall of the auditor or auditors of the Association.
Resolutions shall be taken when a quorum is present which for the purpose of the Article shall consist of a majority of the Church Members for the time being or their representatives and resolutions shall be carried by a simple majority of Church Members and in the event of an inequality of votes, the President shall have the casting vote.
Section 10. Election of Board of Trustees.
The general Meeting elects the Board of Trustees and the President. The Board shall consist of not more than five members of which one shall be President. The Board shall formulate the over-riding policy of the Association which shall accord at all times with the Creed and doctrines of the religion of Scientology as founded by L. Ron Hubbard the Founder of the Religion.
The Board takes the resolutions when a quorum is present which for the purpose of this Article consists of a majority of the ministers then holding office.
Section 11. Functions of the Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees presents the annual report and the annual account to the General Meeting. It enacts the rules for the implementation of the Association’s religious and educational functions and for these purposes the Board is entitled to make and promulgate regulations which shall then form an integral part of this constitution.
Section 12. Auditor
The General Meeting nominates every year one auditor.
Section 13. Religious Year.
The religious year will be the calendar year. The annual report and the annual account will be presented on or about the 30th June and the General Meeting will take place on or about the 1st August of each year.
Section 14. Modifications.
The regulations of the Association can be amended upon resolution of the General Meeting. If the Members propose any amendment of the regula5tions they will present it to the Board of Trustees at least 2 months before the General Meeting taking place. No amendment shall be entertained unless it is consonant with the Creed and doctrines of the religion of Scientology as founded by L. Ron Hubbard.