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 CHAPTER 1
THE GENERAL PROVISIONS

§ 1.
The Polish Economic Society (PTE), hereinafter referred to as the “Association”, is an independent association of economists and has a status of a legal entity.
§ 2.
The area of activity of the Association is the territory of the Republic of Poland.
§ 3.
The registered seat of the principal authorities of the Association is the capital city of Warsaw.
§ 4.
The Association uses the seal and badges according to the specimen determined by the National Board of the Association.
§ 5.
1.The activities of the Association are based on the community work of its members. The Association may employ employees for conducting its business.
2. The Executive Committee of the National Board of the Association and the Boards of the Branches may appoint offices.
3. The Association may conduct economic activity according to the general rules stipulated in separate provisions. Income from economic activity of the Association serves the realization of its statutory goals and may not be allocated for distribution to the members. 

CHAPTER 2
THE GOALS AND THE WAYS OF ACTING

§ 6.
The goals of the Association are:
1. propagating the economic thought and contributing to the conditions of the development of economics and presenting their achievements,
2. improving qualifications of economists,
3. lifelong learning of teachers of economic subjects,
4. inspiring and supporting the activities aiming at the social, economic and spatial development of the country, in a manner that is environmentally friendly,
5. propagating economic knowledge and disseminating economic culture in the society,
6. protecting professional interests of economists,
7. integrating the environment of economists representing both science and economic activity.
§ 7.
The goals of the Association are realised mainly by means of:
1. organising and co-organising conventions, congresses, conferences, symposiums, talks, lectures, consultations, contests,
2. carrying out training activities including educating, training and professional upgrading within the scope of economic knowledge,
3. publishing, co-publishing and supporting in other form theoretical and professional publications, including a scientific periodical “Ekonomista” and propagating economic knowledge by way of mass media,
4. organising the Economic Knowledge Contest, in cooperation with the Ministry of National Education,
5. conducting consultative and advisory activities and information activities within the scope of the social and economic issues,
6. initiating and carrying out market research and granting awards for outstanding achievements in economics and in implementing effective methods of managing,
7. drawing up assessments and economic expert opinions and cooperating with self-governments, public and economic administration, as well as other organisations and institutions interested in promoting solid knowledge about the needs, possible solutions and economic threats,
8. establishing and managing post-graduate schools, higher education institutions, postgraduate studies and economic oriented scientific and research establishments, in accordance with the binding regulations,
9. participating in drawing up and updating curricula and training courses within the scope of the economic issues, as well as in propagating them,
10. propagating the rules of professional ethics and caring they are observed.
11. establishing and managing homes of artistic creativeness, clubs, reading rooms and libraries and interest sections,
12. cooperating with related national and foreign associations and other organisations and institutions. 

CHAPTER 3.
THE MEMBERS, THEIR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS

§ 8.
1. Natural persons and legal persons as supporting members may be the members of the Society.
2. The members of the Association include:
1) ordinary members,
2) honorary members,
3) supporting members.
§ 9.
1. A Polish citizen or a foreigner, having higher or secondary economic education, learning or studying economic faculties in upper secondary schools or higher education institutions, as well as a person performing functions requiring economic knowledge, after submitting a written membership declaration, may become an ordinary member of the Association.
2. The members of the Association associate in the Branches or through the circles of the Association.
3. The ordinary member has the right to:
1) elect and be elected to the authority of the Association,
2) participate in the meetings of the Association,
3) use advice and assistance of the Association,
4) have the rights of priority to use the forms of activity of the Association serving to improve professional qualifications,
5) enjoy other benefits and use other equipment of the Association,
6) wear the badge of the Association.
4. The ordinary member is obliged to:
1) take an active part in the work of the Association and propagating its programme,
2) observe the rules of professional ethics,
3) pay membership fees regularly,
4) observe the provisions of the statute and the resolutions of the Association,
5) look after the Association’s good name and financial interests and a social position.
§ 10.
1. A natural person particularly distinguished to the Association and the development of economics and the national economy may be a honorary member.
2. A resolution to confer the rank of the honorary member is passed by the National Assembly of the Association.
3. The honorary member has the rights of the ordinary member and is exempted from the obligation to pay membership fees.
§ 11.
1. A legal person and a natural person accepting the statute of the Association may be a supporting member.
2. The supporting member – the legal person has the right to take part - in an advisory capacity through his/her representative and the supporting member – the natural person in person – in the meetings of the Association, and participate in all forms of activity of the Association, propose applications and enjoy the counselling and assistance.
3. The supporting member is obliged to carry out pledged services for the Association.
§ 12.
Acceptance as the ordinary and supporting members of the Association is made by the boards of the Branches and The Executive Committee of the National Board.
§ 13.
1. Membership ceases by:
1)       voluntary resignation from the Association made in writing,
2) crossing off the list of the members of the Association due to, unjustified for two years, falling behind in the payment of the membership fees or the services,
3) exclusion of the member in the case of a serious breach of the provisions of the statute of the Association, conviction by a valid sentence of the court to an additional penalty of deprivation of public rights,
4) death of the member,
5) liquidation of the legal person being the supporting member,
6) liquidation of the Association.
2. The authority that has passed a resolution on acceptance as the ordinary and supporting members is authorised to state cessation of membership stipulated in
§ 13, section 1.
3. A resolution on cessation of membership arising from § 13, section 1, points 2 and 3 along with the statement of reasons is served on the interested party who within 3 months from its receipt has the right to appeal to the Arbitration by Fellow Members. 

CHAPTER 4
THE AUTHORITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION AND THE ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

§ 14.
The principal authorities of the Association are:
1. the National Assembly,
2. the National Board,
3. the National Audit Commission,
4. the Arbitration by Fellow Members.
§ 15.
1. The Branches are the basic organizational units of the Association.
2. A resolution to appoint the Branch is passed by the National Board of the Association upon the motion of the founding group.
3. A resolution to dissolve the Branch is passed by the National Board upon the motion of the Board of the Branch or on its own initiative in the case of ceasing the activities or a gross breach of the Statute of PTE.
4. Circles may be created at the National Board of the Association and the Branches.
5. A resolution to appoint and dissolve the circle is passed by the National Board of the Association or the competent Board of the Branch, respectively.
§ 16.
1. The Branches of the Association may have a status of a legal entity.
2. Acquiring a status of a legal entity by the Branch of the Association requires a resolution of the National Board of the Association.
3. The National Board of the Association determines ownership rights of the Branches within the scope of real properties taken over in a course of affranchisement.
§ 17.
1. The authorities of the Branch are:
1) the Branch Assembly,
2) the Branch Board,
3) the Branch Audit Commission.
2. The authorities of the circle are:
1) The general meeting of the members of the circle,
2) The Circle Board.
§ 18.
1. In order to solve separate economic or economic and organizational problems, the Executive Committee of the National Board and the Boards of the Branches may appoint problem committees, branch and industry coordinating councils, discussion clubs and other teams.
2. The teams, as referred to in section 1, have a consultative character.
§ 19.
The term of the authorities of the Association is 4 years. The National Board of the Association, the Boards of the Branches and the Boards of the circles are obliged to act till the new boards are constituted.
§ 20.
1. Resolutions of the authorities of the Association, unless the statute stipulates otherwise, are passed in an open ballot by an ordinary majority of votes in the first term with the presence of 1/2 of the total number of eligible members (delegates). In the second term, resolutions are legally valid regardless of the number of present members (delegates).
2. In case the member of the authorities of the Association resigns during the term of office, these authorities have the right to supplement their compositions. The number of the co-opted members of the authorities in this manner may not exceed 1/2 of the number of the elected members.
3. The persons particularly distinguished to the Association, to the development of economics and the national economy may be awarded with:
1) rank of the Honorary Chairman of the Association or the Branch,
2) honorary distinction of the Association.
4. The rank of the Honorary Chairman of the Association is conferred by the National Assembly upon the motion of the National Board. The rank of the Honorary Chairman of the Branch is conferred by the Branch Assembly upon the motion of the Branch Board.
5. The Honorary Distinction of the Association is awarded by the National Board on its own initiative or upon the motion of the Branch Board. 

CHAPTER 5
THE PRINCIPAL AUTHORITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION

A. The National Assembly
§ 21.
The National Assembly is the highest authority of the Association.
§ 22.
The National Assembly
1. determines the general directions of the activity of the Association,
2. passes resolutions specifying the changes of the statute,
3. passes resolutions specifying the dissolution of the Association and the appropriation of its assets,
4. confers the title of the honorary chairman and the honorary members of the Association,
5. examines and approves reports of the National Board of the Association, the National Audit Commission, the Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association,
6. elects the chairman of the Association, the National Board of the Association, the National Audit Commission, the Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association and the Scientific Council of the Association,
7. passes resolutions specifying the issues submitted to the Assembly for consideration and concerning the activity of the Association,
8. gives a discharge to the National Board.
§ 23.
1. The National Assembly is convened by the National Board of the Association once every 4 years.
2. The National Board of the Association determines the date, place and the proposed agenda of the session of the National Assembly and notifies it to the delegates at least 30 days prior to the date of the Assembly.
§ 24.
1. The National Board may convene, at any time, the Extraordinary National Assembly on its own initiative, upon the request of the National Audit Commission or upon the written motion of at least 1/3 of the total number of the boards of the Branches.
2. The National Board of the Association is obliged to convene the Extraordinary National Assembly within 3 months from the date of the receipt of the request of the National Audit Commission of the Association or the motion of the boards of the Branches.
§ 25.
1. The National Assembly is composed of:
1) with a decisive voice – the delegates elected at the assemblies of the branches and the general meeting of the members of the Circle at the National Board,
2) in an advisory capacity – the members of the authorities of the Association who are not delegates, the honorary members and the guests invited by the Executive Committee of the National Board of the Association.
2. The delegates to the Assembly in the number that does not exceed 100 persons are elected in a secret ballot at the Assemblies of the Branches and at the general meeting of the members of the Circle at the National Board of the Association proportionally to the number of the members, every time determined by the National Board of the Association.
3. The term of office of the delegate lasts to the time of the new election. The National Board of the Association shall stipulate the rules of filling appointments expired ahead of time.
§ 26.
1. The chairman, the authorities of the Association and the members of the Scientific Council are elected in a secret ballot.
2. In the case of the need to make a change at the position of the chairman of the Association in the period between the national assemblies, the new chairman is elected by the National Board of the Association from among its circle.

B. The National Board of the Association
§ 27.
1. The National Board of the Association conducts the activity of the Association in accordance with the resolutions of the National Assembly and represents the Association outside. It is held responsible for its activity before the National Assembly.
2. The scope of the activity of the Board of the Association includes in particular:
1) making resolutions of the National Assembly and the Extraordinary Assemblies,
2) taking the initiatives concerning the manners of the realization of the goals of the activities of the Association,
3) determining the date, place and the proposed agenda of the session of the National Assembly and the Extraordinary Assemblies,
4) passing the working programmes and budgets and approving annual reports on the activities concerning the substance and the financial activities of the National Board of the Association,
5) receiving the information about the working programmes, budgets and annual reports on the activities concerning the substance and the financial activities of the Branches,
6) drawing up overall, annual reports of the Association,
7) determining the rules of the services of the Branches for the general goals of the Association,
8) appointing and dissolving the Branches,
9) appointing and dissolving the Circle at the National Board of the Association,
10) passing on the periodic information about the activity of the Association to the Branches,
11) putting forward a motion to the National Assembly for conferring the title of the honorary chairman and the honorary member of the Association,
12) awarding the honorary badges of the Association and other distinctions,
13) passing the resolutions specifying the Association membership to the national and international organizations,
14) suspending the resolutions and declaring the resolutions of the Boards of the Branches invalid if they are contrary to the rules of law, the provisions of the statute of the Association and the resolutions of its authorities, The Branches have the right to appeal against the decision to the National Assembly,
15) determining the rules of managing the assets of the Association,
16) reporting to the National Assembly on the activity of the Association,
17) cooperating with the Scientific Council of the Association,
18) the organizational and financial supporting of the nation-wide, annual Economic Knowledge Contest; the rules of the functioning of the Contest are stipulated in the Rules of the Economic Knowledge Contest,
19) interpreting the statute of PTE.
§ 28.
1. The National Board of the Association is composed of: the Chairman, the Chairmen of the Branches and up to 10 members elected by the National Board in a manner stipulated in the rules of the election.
2. The meetings of the National Board of the Association are held when needed, at least 2 times a year.
3. The meetings of the National Board of the Association are convened by the Executive Committee of the Board of the Association on its own initiative or upon the motion of at least 1/3 of the total number of the members of the National Board of the Association, within 14 days from submitting the motion.
§ 29.
The National Board of the Association elects in a secret ballot the Executive Committee consisting of: two vice chairmen, the secretary general and up to 9 members. The changes in the members may be made in the course of the term of office upon the motion of the Executive Committee or the National Board.
§ 30.
1. In the period between the meetings of the National Board of the Association, the Executive Committee of the National Board manages the work of the Association in accordance with the regulations determined by the National Board of the Association with the reservation of exclusive authority of the National Board of the Association in the matters mentioned in § 27, section 2, points 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16.2. The scope of the activity of the Executive Committee of the National Board, apart from the obligations arising from § 27, section 2 (with the reservations), includes:
1) appointing and dissolving the office and other organisational teams to carry out the definite statutory tasks,
2) passing the rules of the functioning of the Office of the National Board of the Association,
3) approving the work regulations of the Office of the National Board of the Association and the remuneration regulations,
4) drawing up the budget of the National Board of the Association and annual reports on its activities concerning the substance and its financial activities,
5) delegating the representatives of the Association to cooperate with the national and international organisations,
6) passing other regulations,
7) performing acts in law between the Executive Committee of the Association and the employees of the Office of the National Board.
3. The meetings of the Executive Committee of the National Board of the Association are convened by the Chairman and, in the case of his absence, by the Secretary General or the Vice Chairman.
4. The meetings of the Executive Committee of the National Board of the Association are held at least once a quarter of a year.
5. The Executive Committee of the National Board of the Association reports to the National Board of the Association on its activity in the period between the meetings of the National Board of the Association.

C. The National Audit Commission of the Association
§ 31.
The National Audit Commission of the Association is an inspection body of the Association, separate from other authorities of the Association and is not subordinate to them within the scope of making inspections.
§ 32.
The scope of the activity of the National Audit Commission of the Association includes:
1. inspecting the entirety of the activity of the Association, with the exception of the activity of the Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association,
2. submitting at the National Assembly the reports and motions for accepting the report of the outgoing National Board of the Association,
3. presenting to the National Board of the Association and the Boards of the Branches and their Executive Committees comments and motions and after inspection recommendations concerning the statutory and financial activity of the National Board of the Association and the Branches of the Association.
§ 33.
1. The number of the members of the National Audit Commission is from 3 to 7 persons.
2. The National Audit Commission of the Association elects from among its circle the chairman and 1-2 vice chairmen.
§ 34.
The members of the National Audit Commission of the Association:
a) may not be the members of other authorities of the Association and may not be in a blood relationship, affinity or subordination due to employment with them,
b) have not been convicted by a valid sentence for an offence committed by intentional fault,
c) may receive, due to serving in the Commission, reimbursement of the justified costs or remuneration in the amount not exceeding the amount prescribed in Article 8, point 8 of the Act of the 3rd March 2000 on Remuneration of the Persons Managing Certain Legal Entities.
§ 35.
The National Audit Commission of the Association acts under its own regulations.D. The Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association
§ 36.
1. The scope of the activity of The Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association includes trying cases connected with a breach of the provisions of the statute, the programme rules of the Association by the members, the obligations connected with the membership, with a breach of good reputation of the Association and its financial interests by the members.
2. The Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association is composed of 5 members who elect from among its circle the chairman, the vice chairman and the secretary.
3. The Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association decides in the composition of at least 3 persons.
4. The meetings of the Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association are held when needed, and the cases filed should be adjudicated within two months.
5. An appeal against the ruling of the Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association may be made to the National Assembly within 3 months from the date in which the court ruling along with the statement of reasons is served on the interested member. The decisions of the Assembly are final.
§ 37.
1. The Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association may impose the following penalties:
1) admonition,
2) reprimand,
3) suspension of the rights of the member for a period from 6 months to 2 years.
2. The Arbitration by Fellow Members adjudicates the appeals against the resolutions on crossing off and exclusion from the Association.
3. In the case of breaching the financial interests of the Association by the member of the Association, the Arbitration by Fellow Members is obliged to put forward a motion to the National Board of the Association or to the competent Branch for referring the case to the court.
4. The National Board should be notified about the cases adjudicated by the Arbitration by Fellow Members.
§ 38.
1. The Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association acts under its own regulations.
2. The Arbitration by Fellow Members of the Association reports to the National Assembly.
3. The members of the Arbitration by Fellow Members may not perform other functions in the principal authorities of the Association. 

CHAPTER 6
THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL OF THE ASSOCIATION

§ 39.
The Scientific Council of the Association is a body appointed to initiate and carry out the scientific activity of the Association and is an advisory body in all the matters arising from its statutory activity.
§ 40.
1. The number of the members of the Scientific Council of the Association is from 21 to 35 persons who elect from among its circle the chairman, 1-2 vice chairmen and the secretary.
2. Supplement of the composition of the Scientific Council is set forth in § 20.2.
§ 41.
A procedure for convening and presiding over the sessions is stipulated in the regulations passed by the Council. 

CHAPTER 7
THE BRANCH AUTHORITIES

A. The Branch Assembly,
§ 42.
The Branch Assembly is the highest authority of the Association.
§ 43.
1. The Branch Assembly:
1) examines and approves reports of the Branch Board and the Audit Commission,
2) elects the Chairman of the Branch, the Board and the Audit Commission,
3) elects delegates to the National Assembly,
4) passes resolutions specifying the issues submitted to the Assembly for consideration and concerning the Branch,
5) gives a discharge to the outgoing Branch Board,
6) confers the rank of the Honorary Chairman of the Branch,
2. The Branch Assembly may elect the Scientific Council of the Branch and determine the number of its members. The scope and the rules under which the Scientific Council acts are stipulated in its regulations.
§ 44.
1. The Branch Assembly is convened by the Branch Board at least once every 4 years.
2. The Branch Board determines the date, place and the proposed agenda of the Branch Assembly and notifies it to the delegates at least 14 days prior to the date of the Assembly.
§ 45.
1. The Extraordinary Branch Assembly may be held at any time and is convened by the Branch Board on its own initiative or upon the motion of the National Board of the Association, the National Audit Commission, the Branch Audit Commission or upon the written motion of at least 1/5 of the total number of the ordinary members.
2. The Branch Board is obliged to convene the Extraordinary Branch Assembly within 3 months from submitting the motion.
§ 46.
The Branch Assembly is composed of:
1. with a decisive voice – the delegates or the ordinary and honorary members of the branch in accordance with the rules determined by the Branch Board,
2. in an advisory capacity – the members of the principal authorities of the Association, as well as the supporting members – natural persons or representatives of the members legal persons supporting the Branch and the guests invited by the Branch Board.

B. The Branch Board,
§ 47.
1. The Branch Board conducts the activity of the Branch of the Association in accordance with the resolutions of the principal authorities of the Association and the Branch Assembly and is held responsible for its work before the Branch Assembly and the National Board of the Association.
2. The scope of the activity of the Branch Board includes in particular:
1) making resolutions of the Branch Assembly and the resolutions of the principal authorities of the Association,
2) determining the rules of participation in the Branch Assemblies,
3) appointing and dissolving the office of the branch and the teams appointed to carry out the definite statutory tasks,
4) passing the regulations of the functioning of the Office and the organisational teams,
5) passing the periodic working programmes and approving reports on the activities of the Branch,
6) passing the budget of the Branch and approving the annual financial report,
7) presenting motions for awarding badges and conferring honorary titles to the National Board of the Association,
8) passing the resolutions on managing the assets and financial resources of the Branch,
9) carrying out the services for the statutory goals of the Association in accordance with the rules determined by the National Board of the Association,
10) reporting to the National Board of the Association and the Branch Assembly on its activity concerning the substance and the financial activity,
11) determining the date, place and the agenda of the Branch Assembly and the Extraordinary Assemblies and notifying it to the delegates or the members at least 14 days prior to the date of the Assembly,
12) passing the regulations specifying the structure and the rules of the functioning of the Branch and its bodies,
13) organisational and financial supporting the appointed teams and the Regional Committees of The Economic Knowledge Contest,
14) determining the amount of membership fees,
15) supervising the financial management of the Branch.
3. The Branch Board may give, in the extent determined by itself, some of its rights to the Executive Committee of the Branch Board.
4. The Branch Board may pass a resolution to put forward a motion to the National Assembly for the dissolution of the Branch, notifying the abovementioned at least 1 month before to the National Board of the Association.
§ 48.
1. The Branch Board is composed of the chairman, 1-3 vice chairmen, the secretary and up to 25 members elected by the Assembly in a secret ballot.
2. The Branch Board assembles when needed, at least 2 times a year.
3. The provisions of § 26. are applicable respectively.
§ 49.
1. The Branch Board may elect the Executive Committee composed of the chairman, 1-3 vice chairmen, the secretary and up to 10 members elected from among the members of the Board in a secret ballot.
2. The changes in the members may be made in the course of the term of office upon the motion of the Chairman of the Branch Board, the Executive Committee or the Branch Board.
§ 50.
1. In the period between the meetings of the Board, the Executive Committee manages the work of the Branch in accordance with the regulations determined by the Branch Board. The Branch Board has exclusive authority as regards the matters mentioned in § 47, section 2, points 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14.
2. The provisions of § 30, sections 3 and 4 are applicable respectively.

C. The Branch Audit Commission
§ 51.
1.
The Branch Audit Commission is an inspection body of the Branch, separate from other authorities of the Branch and is not subordinate to them within the scope of making inspections.
2. The provisions of § 34 are applicable respectively.
§ 52.
The scope of the activity of the Branch Audit Commission includes:
1. inspecting the entirety of the activity of the Branch,
2. submitting at the Branch Assembly the reports on its activity, and submitting the motions for giving a discharge to the Branch Board,
3. presenting to the Branch Board or its Executive Committee comments and motions and after inspection recommendations concerning the statutory and financial activity of the Branch.
§ 53.
1. The number of the members of the Committee is from 3 to 5 persons.
2. The Branch Audit Commission elects from among its circle the chairman and the vice chairman.
§ 54.
The members of the Audit Commission may not perform other functions in the authorities of the Association.
§ 55.
The Branch Audit Commission acts under its own regulations. 

CHAPTER 8
THE CIRCLES OF THE ASSOCIATION

A.
The general meeting of the members of the Circle
§ 56.
1. The general meeting of the members of the Circle is the highest authority of the Circle.
2. The general meeting of the members of the Circle has the authority to:
1) elect delegates to the Branch Assembly (National),
2) elect the Circle Board and its chairman,
3) give a discharge to the outgoing Circle Board,
4) to make resolutions of the authorities of the Association.
3. The general meeting of the members of the Circle is convened by the Circle Board.
4. The reporting and election meeting of the Circles are convened in the periods corresponding to the term of the authorities of the Branch. The authorities of the Circle and the delegates to the Circle Assembly are elected in a secret ballot unless the general meeting decides otherwise.

B. The Circle Board
§ 57.
1. The Circle Board is composed of 3 to 5 persons.
2. The chairman manages the work of the Board.
3. The Circle Board has the authority to:
1) present to the general meeting of the members of the circle the reports on the realization of the programme of acting,
2) keep the members of the Circle informed about the activity of the Association and the resolutions of the authorities of the Association being passed,
3) accomplish the goals of the Association as they arise. 

CHAPTER 9
THE ASSETS AND THE FUNDS OF THE ASSOCIATION

§ 58.
The Assets of the Association – real properties, movables and the funds owned by the National Board of the Association and the Branches are the joint property of the Polish Economic Society.
§ 59.
1.
In order to realize the statutory tasks, the National Board of the Association and the branches have fixed assets, current assets, as well as the funds, which include:
1) the membership fees of ordinary members and benefits of supporting members,
2) proceeds from the statutory activity,
3) income from the assets of the Association,
4) income from the economic activity,
5) subsidies, donations, bequests.
2. The subject of the economic activity of The Polish Economic Society is:
1) Publishing books,
2) Publishing magazines and periodical publications,
3) Other publishing activities,
4) Other printing activities, nowhere else classified,
5) Wholesale of other household and personal goods,
6) Retail sales of books, newspapers and stationery,
7) Canteens,
8) Other forms of granting credits (money loans outside the banking system),
9) Real property services on a self employment basis,
10) The renting of real properties on a self employment basis,
11) Residential real properties management,
12) Research and development in the field of economics,
13) Bookkeeping and accounting activity,
14) Market research and public opinion research,
15) Consultancy in conducting the economic activity and management,
16) Managing and directing within the scope of conducting the economic activity,
17) Advertising,
18) Activity connected with the employment agency,
19) Recruitment of employees and recruiting staff,
20) Activity connected with translations and secretarial services,
21) Activity connected with the organization of fairs and exhibitions,
22) Other commercial activities, nowhere else classified
23) Vocational schools and institutions of practical education for young people,
24) Higher education institutions,
25) Higher vocational schools,
26) Lifelong learning of adults and other forms of learning nowhere else classified,
27) Activity of commercial organizations and employers,
28) Activity of professional organizations,
29) Activity of other membership organizations, nowhere else classified,
30) Activity of community houses and centres,
31) Activity of libraries other than public ones.
3. Decisions about the choosing of the kinds of economic activity conducted in the Branch, from among those mentioned in section 2, are made by the Branch Board in the form of a resolution.
§ 60.
1. Decisions about buying, selling and encumbering immovables handed over to the Branch under the Resolutions of the Board of the Association passed in 1997, are made by the National Board of the Association on the grounds of a motion submitted by the competent Branch.
2. Decisions about buying, selling and encumbering immovables purchased by the Branches after acquiring a status of a legal entity with the exception of the assets mentioned in § 60.1 are made by the Boards of the Branches.
3. Decisions about buying, selling and encumbering immovables assigned to the Polish Economic Society with its registered seat in Warsaw, ul. Nowy Świat 49 are made by the National Board of the Association.
4. The Boards of the Branches and the National Board of the Association may give some of their rights within the scope of disposing of immovables to the competent Executive Committees.
5. Decisions about disposing of financial resources are made by the Executive Committee of the National Board of the Association and the Executive Committees of the Branches within the scope of their resources, respectively.
6. To represent the Association, conclude agreements, give powers of attorney and make declarations of will within the scope of the property rights and obligations, the cooperation of two persons is required:- on behalf of the National Board of the Association – the Chairman or the Vice Chairman of the National Board and one from among the remaining members of the Executive Committee of the National Board,- on behalf of the Branch Board – the Chairman or the Vice Chairman of the Branch Board and one from among the remaining members of the Executive Committee of this Branch. 

CHAPTER 10
THE CHANGE OF THE STATUTE AND THE DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION

§ 61.
The changes of the statute, as well as the dissolution of the Association require a resolution of the National Assembly, passed by a 2/3 majority of votes of the delegates, in the presence of at least 1/2 of the total number of elected delegates in the first term, and in the second term regardless of the number of those present.
§ 62.
1. In case the National Assembly passes a resolution on the dissolution of the Association, the Assembly shall appoint a liquidation committee, which in accordance with the instructions passed by the Assembly, shall conduct liquidation.
2. While passing the resolution on the dissolution of the Association, the National Assembly may appoint an organization or social institutions, for the benefit of which the assets of the Association shall be passed after the obligations of the Association are fulfilled. 



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