- 14.1 The EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE shall be established on the date that these Statutes are adopted by the first two persons eligible to be Ordinary Members at a EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Meeting called for such purpose.
- 14.2 Dissolution of the EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE can be effected only by a resolution passed by a three-quarters' (3/4) majority vote of the Ordinary Members present in person or by proxy at an EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Meeting called for such purpose.
- 14.3 Any property or assets of the EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE remaining after dissolution of the EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE shall be transferred to the persons or companies nominated by the Executive Committee for such purpose.
TABLE OF CONTENT
ARTICLE 1. Definitions
ARTICLE 2. Name, form and offices of the European Chamber of Commerce
ARTICLE 3. Objectives of the European Chamber of Commerce
ARTICLE 4. Membership
ARTICLE 5. Application and election for membership
ARTICLE 6. Rights and duties of members
ARTICLE 7. Resignation, expulsion and termination of members
ARTICLE 8. The European Chamber of Commerce meetings
ARTICLE 9. Executive committee of the European Chamber of Commerce
ARTICLE 10. Funds, property and financial matters
ARTICLE 11. Advisory committee
ARTICLE 12. Reporting
ARTICLE 13. Amendment of the statutes
ARTICLE 14. Establishment and dissolution of the European Chamber of Commerce
ARTICLE 15. Auditor
ARTICLE 16. Governing law and disputes