STATUTES OF THE SOCIETY OF LEGAL AND FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY SPANISH TITLE I OF THE SOCIETY IN GENERAL
Article 1. DENOMINATION.
The "Spanish society of Psychology legal and forensic" is a corporation of people volunteer and non-profit, which shall be governed by these bylaws and by the organic law 1/2002 of 22 March governing the right of society and other applicable legislation.
Article 2º. PURPOSES OF THE SOCIETY.
ultimately) general of the society shall be the promotion of scientific research in psychology, legal and forensic, the dissemination among scientists, teachers, professionals, legal professionals and society in general as well as the promotion of practices legal and forensic psychologist.
b) to achieve these objectives the Spanish society of Psychology legal and forensic applies in particular:
1. To contribute to the production of knowledge, dissemination and the use of the contributions of research in legal and forensic psychology. In this area it will strive to provide technical assistance to professionals, legal professionals and public institutions.
2. To promote the progress of techniques and the creation of any material liable to increase the rigour of the methods of legal and forensic psychologists.
3. To establish contacts between researchers and other professionals in the field of psychology and law, and promote among them, scientific exchanges by means of different resources: publications, scientific sessions, seminars, congresses, information, etc.
4. To encourage coordination of investigations, while promoting the creation of teams of researchers on topics common and likely to be the subject of communications at scientific meetings.
5. To promote a permanent reflection on the evolution of the procedures, techniques and materials in legal and forensic psychology.
6. To contribute to the mutual and continuous training of members.
Section 3. DURATION AND TERRITORIAL SCOPE.
The "Spanish society of Psychology legal and forensic" has an indefinite duration and will have its scope throughout the territory of the State Spanish, promoting structure suited to its purposes.
Article 4. DOMICILE.
The "Spanish society of Psychology legal and forensic", established its domicile in the city of Santiago de Compostela, in the building of the Faculty of psychology, within the legal and forensic, psychology in the South Campus drive, s/n.; without prejudice to other addresses or delegations to be established later for the expansion and development of its activities. The change of Headquarters will be Faculty of the General Assembly, while secondary local changes will be attribution of the Board of Directors.
5 article. MEMBERS
They may belong to the society as full members, all individuals with recognized legal capacity. Members shall accept the contents of these by-laws and commit themselves to contribute their dedication to the achievement of the purposes of the society.
6 article. COLLABORATING MEMBERS
Collaborating members may be persons who by their technical contribution, support, support or economic cooperation for the purposes of the society, are deserving of the nomination and were accepted as such by the Board of Directors. Despite its importance and collaboration, they legally won't have membership.
7 article. HONORARY MEMBERS
The Board of Directors on the proposal of the General Assembly may appoint honorary members persons or institutions that stand out for their work in the promotion and development of the purposes of the society. Legally they will not have membership.
Article 8. ADMISSION
Persons who wish to obtain membership referred to in article 5 of these bylaws will need to request it in writing to the Board of Directors. This may decide the admission or not of the applicant and its agreement may be appealed to the General Assembly.
9 article. RIGHTS
Rights of members of the society shall be:
9.1. Participate in the General Assembly of the society, with the right to speak and vote according to the regulations.
9.2. Own a copy of the statutes and rules for internal system as well as be informed of the adopted agreements.
9.3. Receive all the information and the possible assistance for the fulfilment of the purposes and objectives of the society.
9.4. Participate in activities organized by the company and its directing bodies.
9.5. Expose possible differences and possible solutions as well as all sorts of suggestions verb to the society and its activities to the Board of Directors.
9.6. Enjoy all the rights that are recognized him statuary and according to the rules.
9.7. Enjoy the services of the society according to the reglemantarias rules.
These rights relate to the members, those referred to in article 5 of the present statutes. Collaborating members and honor can nonetheless benefit from the rights referred to in paragraphs 9.3 and 9.7.
Article 10. DUTIES
Duties of the members of the society shall be:
10.1. Accept and comply with the statutes and rules of procedure as well as social arrangements.
10.2. Help meet the expenses involved in the running of the society and its activities, paying dues set annually by the General Assembly.
10.3. Collaborate, within its possibilities, actions, activities and services of the society.
11 article. LOW
Partners may resign at any time provided such requesting his low, by writing to the Board of Directors. Of it, may be low in society members who commit any of the following reasons:
a. Repeated failure to comply with statutory or legal rules.
(b). Failure to comply with the purposes of the society.
(c). Conduct discredit or prejudice to society, previous individual record brought to the effect by the Board of Directors, with the ensuing appeal to the General Assembly.
12 article. LIABILITY.
The financial responsibility of the members of the Sociedadse is limited to the initial economic contribution that is made in the Constitution.
Title III of the organs of Government and administration chapter 1: corporate bodies
13 article. GOVERNING BODIES
The organs of Government, representation, administration and management are the Association are:
a. General Assembly.
(b). Board of Directors.
(c). Consulting fees.
Chapter 2: General Assembly
14 article. THE ASSEMBLY
The highest organ of the society is the General Assembly of its members, both in regular meeting as extraordinary. The General Assembly shall consist of all are the members referred to in article 5.
Article 15. CLASSES
The General Assembly may meet in ordinary or extraordinary session. The ordinary will be held once a year. The extraordinary will be held when deemed necessary or convenient Board to porpuesta of one-third of its members or a minimum of one-third of the members.
16 article. CALL
Calls for Assembly both ordinary and extraordinary will be maintained through letter addressed to each of the members 15 days before the date scheduled for the meeting, where it will have the date and time, both the first and the second convicatoria, the place of the meeting and the topics of the agenda. The period of time between the two calls may not be less than 30 minutes.
Article 17. FUNCTIONS OF THE ORDINARY ASSEMBLY
It is up to the ordinary General Assembly:
1st. The approval of the strategic plan and the general lines of action of the society.
2 °. The adoption of a code of ethics for society.
3rd. The adoption of a regulation of the society's internal regime.
4 °. The approval if it comes from the annual exercise of accounts, budgets and business plan.
5 °. Establish and modify the members fees and rates for activities and services.
6 °. Choose the Board charges and proceed to renewal according to article 23 of these bylaws.
7th. Other functions that are designated in these bylaws, in the internal regime regulations or agreements of the same Assembly.
8th. The creation or elimination of the consulting committees on the proposal of the Board of Directors.
18 article. THE EXTRAORDINARY ASSEMBLY FUNCTIONS.
It corresponds to the extraordinary General Assembly:
1st. Reform and amendment of the articles of Association and internal regime regulation.
2 °. Change of registered office.
3rd. The disposal of immovable property and acts of patrimonial domain.
4 °. Resources, records and penalties and dissolution of the society, the appointment of liquidators partners and final approval of the social settlement.
5 °. And any other matter that the Board of directors submit to your consideration or approval, at the request of one third of the Board of directors or one-third of the members, according to article 15 of the Statute.
Article 19. CONSTITUTION
To be able to validly constitute General Assembly in first call, must be present or represented in writing half of the members. Second call the Assembly may constituted regardless of the number of attendees. If the call of the Assembly is to agree on and put to the vote the dissolution of the entity, it will be payable to presence of all the members of the entity. Collaborating members may attend meetings with voice but without vote.
Article 20. AGREEMENTS
Society members will have one vote each one of them. Agreements shall be adopted by simple majority of the votes of members attending or represented with voting rights, both the ordinary and the extraordinary. However, the favorable settlement of two-thirds of the members attending or represented for the modification of the statutes, sale or encumbrance of real estate or dissolution of the society and in the other supestos required by these bylaws shall be required.
Agreements are entered in a record of the session and in the proceedings of the entity, signed by the Secretary and with the agreement of the President.
Chapter 3. The Board of Directors
21 article. OBJECT
The Board of Directors is the legal representative of the society which functions of representation, management and administration are entitled to and likewise the Executive that delegate you General Assembly, according to the guidelines and strategic plans set out in the General Assembly. All of this without prejudice to the delegations that the Board of Directors can make in commissions consultants and Coordinator.
Article 22. COMPOSITION
The Board of Directors shall be composed of a President, a Treasurer, a Secretary and a minimum of eight vowels. All the members of the Board of Directors will be proposed by a minimum of two members and shall be elected for a period of four years by the General Assembly.
23 article. FUNCTIONS
As the body Manager or coordinator will assume, among others, the following functions:
1st. Execute agreements, policies and strategic plan approved by the General Assembly.
2 °. Comply with and enforce the statutes and the rules of procedure.
3rd. Represent the Association at all levels.
4 °. Promote the fulfillment of the purposes of the society and take control of the economic regime of entity.
5 °. The Organization and coordination of all social activities.
6 °. Prepare the annual budgets of income and expenses, ordered audits economic, accounting, and management that are considered appropriate.
7th. Any other function that may be necessary for the proper conduct of the entity.
The Board of Directors may delegate functions considered appropriate in one or more Comisiones-Consultoras or in these and the Coordinator.
24 article. MEETINGS AND AGREEMENTS
The Board of Directors will meet in a way ordinary, at least once a year and every time that it convene a minimum of one-third of its members. Agreements shall be made by simple majority of votes.
25 article. THE PRESIDENT
The President of the company, that also will be the Board of Directors will have, among others, the following functions:
1. Legal representation of the company.
2. Presiding over the session that the General Assembly and the Board of Directors and guide its deliberations.
3. Peomover the general lines of action, the strategic plan and the plan annual performance porpuesto by the Board of Directors and approved by the General Assembly.
4. Order validly agreed payments.
5. Hold full power for spinning and traffic of the society, including the notarial and all remaining powers that are granted to it by the General Assembly and the Board of Directors.
6. The President may delegate its functions in one or several commissions consultants or in these and the Coordinator.
26 article. THE SECRETARY
The Secretary will be responsible for the receipt and processing of membership applications and verify the required documentation, take control of the partners file and the book record of partners; you will be responsible for the direction of work and administrative and general services and those responsible.
Article 27. THE TREASURER
Treasurer shall direct accounting, will take control of revenues and expenditures, will intervene in all economic and financial operations, will be in charge of the collection and custody of the funds of the entity and will be the control of receipts and payments that order you the President and the other duties of his position.
Article 28. THE VOWELS
Members will chair the consulting committees of the entity, and will attend and will help the rest of the members of the Board of Directors in their tasks.
Chapter 4. Consultancies commissions
29 article. CREATION
The Board of Directors may create commissions consultants study, work and/or management for the realization of concrete and permanent tasks or sporadic and specific tasks. The development of the consulting committees functions may work individually or with other commissions, being co-ordinated, one way or another, by the Coordinator.
Article 30. FUNCTIONS
It will be a function of the consulting committees: organising and managing the activity or task specific appropriate him, in an autonomous way, respecting the general lines and the strategic plan of the Organization and manage the budget approved by the Board of Directors.
Chapter 5. The Coordinator
Article 31. CREATION
On the proposal of the Board of Directors, ratified by the General Assembly, will designate a coordinator of the entity, for a period of four years. The coordinator may be ceased and replaced at any time by the Board of Directors with the subsequent ratification of the General Assembly.
32 article. FUNCTIONS
They are functions of the Coordinator, the coordination of the work done by the consultants fees and any other delegate by the President, Board of directors or General Assembly.
Article 33. HERITAGE
The society has no initial heritage. Subsequently its heritage will be integrated by the movable or real estate values you purchase, any legal title, for the development of their activities and the fulfillment of its purposes. Society, not having any intention of profit, may not use goods and yields more than for the fulfilment of the aims and objectives mentioned.
The associative and economic exercise will be annual and its closure will take place on 31 December each year.
34 article. BUDGET
The annual budget of expenses of adapt to anticipated revenues.
35 article. RESOURCES
The financial resources provided for the development of the activities of the society shall be:
a. Periodic fees that members pay.
(b). The revenue obtained through the activities and services agreed upon by the Board of Directors.
(c). The products of the property and rights that apply, as well as all kinds of grants, agreements with the Administration, legacies, inheritances, donations or grants you may receive for any legal title.
36 article. PROVISIONS
Society, as a legal entity with its own personality independent, and through its social organs, may acquire, sell or encumber any kind of good or right, by any means and may have their property without any limit, except the to their goods and returns a lucrative purpose of agreement always social purposes.
DISSOLUTION AND LIQUIDATION
Article 37. DISSOLUTION
The dissolution of the company may only be agreed upon by the General Assembly, special session, convened expressly and with regulatory and sufficient quorum.
Article 38. LIQUIDATION
In the event of a dissolution agreement be adopted, the directive Board of the society Act Commission liquidator, unless the General Assembly considered most opportune to appoint other members to this task.
The liquidator Commission will proceed to the payment of debts and the payment of appropriations and outstanding services and allocated heritage resulting, if it exists, to the same purposes and objectives of the society distributed it among entities that have the same purpose, according to the agreement of the General Assembly that approves the settlement.
In any case the provisions of these statutes does not limitation or substitution of those precepts of forced compliance with the law which is expressly subjected.
As long as you do not designate a first Board of Directors, constitutes a Commission Manager formed in the following way:
Chairman: Ramón Arce Fernández
Secretary: Mercedes Novo Perez
Treasurer: Francisco Javier Rodríguez Díaz
Vocal: Francisco Manuel Tortosa Gil
Vocal: Francisca Fariña Rivera
Vocal: Miguel Angel Soria Green
Vocal: Antonio Andrés Pueyo
Member: Juan Romero Rodríguez
Vocal: Elisa Alfaro Ferreres
Vocal: Sebastian of the Peña Velasco
Vocal: Gualberto Buela Casal
In Murcia at September 21, 2006