Articles of Association of a Charity to be incorporated as a company limited by guarantee.
For the purposes of registration, the number of members of the Association is declared not to exceed 25.
The subscribers to the Memorandum of Association and such other persons as the Board of Directors shall admit to membership shall be members of the Association.
When any person desires to be admitted to membership of the Association, he must sign and deliver to the Association an application for admission framed in such form as the Board of Directors shall require.
No person shall be admitted a member of the Association unless he is first approved by the Board of Directors and the Board of Directors shall have full discretions as to the admission of any person to membership.
The rights and privileges of each and every member shall be personal and shall not be transferable by his own act or by operation of law.
Any member may withdraw from the Association by giving one month's notice in writing to the Secretary of the Association of his intention so to do, and upon the expiration of the notice and after payment of any outstanding dues and liabilities due from such member of the Association, he shall cease to be a member.
Every member shall be bound to further to the best of his ability the objects and influence of the Association, and shall observe all regulations and bye-laws of the Association made pursuant to the powers in that behalf hereinafter contained.
If it is brought to the notice of the Board of Directors that any member has failed to observe any regulations and bye-laws of the Association or the conduct of any member has been dishonourable or improper or otherwise injurious to the character and interests of the Association the Board of Directors may after notifying the member concerned thereof and giving him an opportunity to be heard, or to make representations in writing by resolution without assigning any reason therefore expel such member from the Association and he shall then forfeit his interest and privileges in the Association.