REGULATION OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC
RESEARCH CENTER ASSOCIATION
Name and Center of the Association
Article 1 – Name of the Association: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH CENTER ASSOCIATION.
The center of the association is Antalya.
The Association may open branches abroad and within the country.
Purpose of the Association
Article 2 – The association was established with the aim of promoting democracy and human rights, carrying out economic, social, and cultural activities, conducting research, projects, scientific and cultural studies on this subject in order to support economic and social development.
Working Subjects and Formats Carried On by the Association are:
Article 3 – The association carries out studies on the following subjects in order to achieve its establishment objectives.
- Do research to activate and develop the actions,
- Organise educational works such as seminar, conference and panel,
- Obtain any required knowledge, document and publications to make real the target goals; create a documentation centre; release news through magazine, book, bulletin or new media in order to announce the works,
- Collect charity donations on condition that necessary permissions are obtained and accept charities domestic and abroad,
- Establish, operate and participate in economic, commercial and industrial enterprises in order to provide the revenues needed for the objectives of the regulation,
- Open local, build social and cultural facilities and furnish them in order for their members to benefit and to evaluate their free time,
- Organise dinner meetings, concerts, balls, theatres, exhibitions, sports, excursions and fun events, etc. or enable its members to benefit from these kinds of activities for the development and maintenance of human relations among their members,
- Buy, sell, rent, the movable & immovable property needed and establish the same right on immovables for association activities,
- Establish foundations, a federation or join an established federation facility at domestic and abroad to make real the goals if necessary,
10.Operate international activities, become a member of associations or organizations abroad, and collaborate or assist with these organizations,
11.Carry out joint projects including public institutions and their duties on the condition that rights reserved to the provisions of Law No. 5072 on Associations and Foundations’ Relations with Public Institutions and Organizations if necessary,
12.Open branches and representative offices where necessary,
13.Create platforms to achieve a common purpose with other associations or foundations, unions and similar non-governmental organizations in which areas that are related to the purpose of the association and are not prohibited by law,
14.Carry out all kinds of activities that are needed and not prohibited by law to achieve the goals,
15.Contribute to social responsibility projects implemented in the city, follow them, give awards to the selected projects,
16.Give scholarships and awards.
Activity Area of the Association
Article 4 – The association operates domestic and abroad services in the social, cultural, artistic, economic, social and sports fields.
To Be a Membership Rights and Procedures
Article 5 – Every natural and legal person who possesses the action license and accepts the objectives and principles of the association and accepts to work in this direction and meets the conditions stipulated by the Legislation that has the right to become a member of this association. However, having right of habitation in Turkey is required to be a member of the foreign real persons. This condition is not valid for honorary membership.
The membership application to be made in writing to the presidency of the association is decided by the board of directors of the association in the form of membership acceptance or rejection of the request within thirty days and the result is notified to the applicant with a written letter. The member whose application has been accepted is recorded in the book for this purpose.
The main members of the association are the persons who are accepted by the board of directors upon their application with the founders of the association.
Those who have provided significant financial and moral support to the association can be accepted as honorary members with the decision of the board of directors.
The membership records of those registered in the association centre are transferred to the branches when the number of branches of the association is more than three. New membership applications are made to the branch. Membership admissions and deletions are made by the branch board of directors and notified to the Headquarters with a letter within a maximum of thirty days.
Resignation of the Membership
Article 6 – Each member has the right to leave the association, provided that they notify them with a written form.
When the petition of the resignation of the member reaches to the board of directors, the leaving procedures are deemed to be concluded. Leaving membership does not end the accumulated debts of the member to the association.
Dismissal of the Membership
Article 7 – Situations that require dismissal from association membership are as follows:
- Behaving contrary to the charter of the association,
- To avoid the assigned tasks constantly,
- Not to pay the membership fee within six months despite written notices,
- Not to comply with the decisions made by the organs of the association,
- To have lost the conditions of being a member.
In case one of the above-mentioned situations is detected, the membership can be removed by the decision of the board of directors.
Those exited or removed from the association are deleted from the member registry and cannot claim rights from the association’s assets.
Boards of Association
Article 8 – Boards of the association are shown below:
- General Assembly
- Board of Management
- Supervisory Board
- Advisory Board
Formation of the General Assembly of the Association, Call & Meeting Time and Meeting Procedure
Article 9 – The general assembly is the most authoritative decision-making body of the association. This board consists of members registered in the association. In case the association’s branch is opened, the number of branches is up to three members registered in its headquarters; in case the number of branches is more than three, the registered members in the headquarters are transferred to the other branches and they consist of the delegates elected at the general meetings of the branches.
- usual at the time specified in this regulation,
- meets extraordinarily in thirty days, when it is deemed necessary by the management or supervisory board or upon the written request of one fifth of the members of the association.
The Ordinary General Assembly convenes every 3 years, in December, at the place and time determined by the Board of Directors.
The general assembly is called to the meeting by the board of directors.
If the board of directors does not call the general assembly to the meeting upon the application of one of the members, the magistrate appoints three members to call the general assembly for a meeting.
The board of directors organizes the list of members who have the right to attend the general meeting according to the association’s charter. Members who have the right to attend the general assembly, to be announced at least fifteen days in advance, on the day, hour, place and agenda of the meeting through a newspaper or on the website of the association, to be notified with a written form, to send a message to the E-mail address or contact number reported by the member or local, are called to the meeting by using these broadcast tools. The period between the first meeting and the second meeting cannot be less than seven days and more than sixty days.
If the meeting is postponed for any reason other than the absence of a majority, this situation is announced to the members in accordance with the call procedure made for the first meeting by stating the reasons for postponement. It is obligatory to hold the second meeting within six months from the date of postponement. Members are recalled to the second meeting according to the principles stated in the first paragraph.
The general assembly meeting cannot be postponed more than once.
The General Assembly convenes with the participation of the absolute majority of the members who have the right to attend with the participation of two thirds in case of amendments to the regulation and termination of the association. If the meeting is postponed due to lack of majority, the majority is not sought in the second meeting. However, the number of members attending this meeting cannot be less than twice the total number of members of the board of directors and supervisors.
The list of members who have the right to attend the general assembly is kept at the meeting place. The identity documents of the members who will enter the meeting place by the official authorities are checked by the members of the board of directors or the officers to be assigned by the board of directors. The members enter the meeting place by signing against their names on the list organized by the board of directors.
If the meeting quorum is provided, the situation is determined with a record. The meeting is opened by the chairman of the board of directors or one of the members of the board of directors. In case the meeting quorum is not met, official reports issued by the board of directors.
After the opening, a chairman and a sufficient number of vice presidents and a delegation are formed to manage the meeting. It is obligatory for the voting members to show their identity to the council committee and sign their names against the list of attendees in the voting to be held for the election of the board of the association.
The management and security of the meeting belongs to the chairman of the council.
In the general assembly, only the items on the agenda are discussed. However, it is obligatory to include the topics that are requested to be discussed in writing by one tenth of the members present in the meeting.
In the general assembly, each member has one vote. Each member must use the vote personally. Honorary members may attend general meetings but cannot vote. In the event that the legal person is a member, the chairman of the legal person or the person to be appointed by representation can vote.
The issues discussed and decisions taken at the meeting are written in official report and signed together by the chairman of the council and the clerk.
At the end of the meeting, the official reports and other documents are delivered to the chairman of the board of directors. The chairman of the board is responsible for protecting these documents and delivering them to the new elected board within seven days.
Voting and Decision-Making Procedures of the General Assembly
Article 10 – Voting is made openly in the general assembly if there is no decision on the contrary. The method specified by the chairman of the general assembly is applied in the open voting.
In the case of secret voting, the papers or ballot papers sealed by the chairman of the meeting are put into a hollow container after the operations are done by the members and after the end of the voting, the results are determined by making an open cast.
General assembly decisions are taken by the absolute majority of the members attending the meeting. In other words, the amendments to the charter and the termination of the association can only be made by the two-thirds majority of the members attending the meeting.
Decisions taken without meetings or calls
The decisions taken with the written participation of all members without coming together and the decisions of all members of the association coming together without following the call procedure written in this regulation are valid.
Decision making in this way is not a regular meeting.
Duties and Authorities of the General Assembly
Article 11 – The issues written below are discussed and resolved by the general assembly.
- Election of association organs,
- Amendment of association charter,
- Discussion of the reports of the board of directors and auditors and the discharge of the board of directors,
- Discussion of the budget prepared by the board of directors and acceptation of it exactly or change of it,
- Inspecting other organs of the association for justified reasons and dismissing them when necessary,
- Examining and resolving the objections against the decisions of the board of directors related to the rejection or dismissal of membership,
- Authorization of the board of directors on the purchase of immovable properties required for the association or the sale of existing immovable properties,
- Examining the regulations to be prepared by the Board of Directors related to the activities of the association via approving them exactly or changing them,
- Determination of the wages to be paid to the president and members of the association’s executive and supervisory boards that are not public officials and the amount of daily and travel allowances given to the members who would be assigned for the services of the association,
- Deciding to join the association and leaving the association,
- Deciding to open the branches of the association and authorizing the board of directors to carry out the procedures related to the branch, which is decided to open,
- Joining or leaving activities of the associations and organizations abroad as a member,
- Foundation of the association,
- Termination of the association,
- Examining and resolving other suggestions of the board of directors,
- Seeing the works that have not been given to another body of the association and to using powers as the most authoritative body of the association,
- Performing other duties specified by the general assembly in the legislation.
Article 12 – The board of directors is elected by the general assembly as nine principal and five alternate members.
The Board of Directors determines the president, 3 vice presidents, 1 secretary, 1 treasurer and members by dividing the task with a decision in the first meeting after the election.
The board of directors can be called to the meeting at any time provided that all members are informed. The board of directors is come together when more than half of the total number of members is present. Decisions are taken by the absolute majority of the total number of members attending the meeting.
If there is a vacancy due to resignation or other reasons in the main membership of the board of directors, it is obligatory to call the substitute members according to the majority of votes received in the general assembly.
Duties and Authorities of the Board of Directors
The board of directors meets the following issues.
- Representing the association or authorizing one of its members or a third party in this regard,
- Making transactions regarding income and expense accounts, and preparing the budget for the next period and present it to the general assembly,
- Preparing regulations regarding the activities of the association, and presenting it to the approval of the general assembly,
- Purchasing of immovable property, selling movable and immovable property belonging to the association, building a building or facility, making a lease agreement, establishing a pledge mortgage or real rights in favour of the association based on the authority granted by the general assembly,
- Ensuring that the procedures related to opening a branch are carried out with the authority granted by the general assembly,
- Ensuring the audit of the branches of the association,
- Providing representation in places that is deemed necessary,
- Implementing the decisions taken in the general assembly,
- Preparing the report of the association explaining the business account or balance sheet and income statement and the work of the board of directors, and submitting it to the general assembly when it is assembled at the end of each year of activity,
- Ensuring the implementation of the budget,
- Deciding on accepting or dismissing members,
- Making and implementing all kinds of decisions within the authority of the association to actualize its purpose,
- Performing other duties assigned by the legislation and using authorities.
Formation, Duties and Authorities of the Supervisory Board
Article 13 – The supervisory board is elected by the general assembly as three principal and three alternate members.
In case of vacancy due to resignation or other reasons in the main membership of the board of directors, it is obligatory to call the substitute members according to the majority of votes received in the general assembly.
Duties and Authorities of the Supervisory Board
Supervisory board audits at intervals not exceeding one year according to the principles and procedures determined in the charter of the association, and submits the results of the audit to the board of directors and to the general assembly when they come together. Moreover, supervisory board presents that whether the association operates in line with the work subjects stated in the charter and the work subjects stated to be pursued in order to achieve the purpose (or not), whether books, accounts and records are kept in accordance with the legislation and the charter of the association (or not).
The supervisory board calls the general assembly for a meeting when necessary.
Formation, Duties and Authorities of the Advisory Board
Article 14 – The Advisory Board consists of professionals who have knowledge and experience that can make the objectives and activities of the Board of Directors operative, who are experts in the subjects specified in the purpose of the Association, industry veterans, business owners and ex-chairmen of the Association selected for two years by the Board of Directors. Being a member of the association is not required to take part in the Advisory Board. Advisory Board might come together as often as required.
The Advisory Board is invited to the meeting in accordance with the agenda set by the Chairman or the President of the Association determined by the Board of Directors. A copy of the official reports of the meeting is sent to the Board of Directors.
Duties and Authorities of the Advisory Board
Preparing draft programs related to the activities to be carried out in terms of the objectives and service issues of the association, making suggestions and wishes for applications,
Expressing the authorities’ opinions about the requests and wishes of the Board of Directors and the General Assembly on other issues,
Contributing to the development of the association’s relations with sectoral associations and other non-governmental organizations at home and abroad, and increasing the prestige of the association and introducing it to all individuals and organizations.
Making recommendations to the board of directors by monitoring the activities of the Association in conducting the studies, projects and researches carried out by the association, and determining the fields of activity and forming the public.
Advising the board of directors by making consultative decisions on matters determined and required by the board of directors of the Association.
Income Sources of the Association
Article 15 – The income sources of the association are listed below:
- Membership fee: 20 TL monthly fee is collected from the members. The general assembly is authorized for this amount to increase or decrease,
- Branch payment: 50% of the member payments collected by the branches to cover the general expenses of the association are sent to the headquarters every six months,
- Donations and aids made by real and legal persons to the association based upon their own wish,
- Revenues from activities such as tea and dinner meeting, travel and entertainment, representation, concert, sports competition, and conference organized by the association,
- Income from the assets of the association,
- Donations and aids collected in accordance with the provisions of the legislation on fundraising,
- Earnings from commercial activities undertaken in order to provide the income required by the association to achieve its purpose,
- Other revenues.
Bookkeeping Principles and Procedures of the Association and Notebooks that will be Kept
Article 16 – Bookkeeping principles
The Association is to keep account books according to the principles; however, if the annual gross income exceeds the limit specified in Article 31 of the Associations Regulation, the book is kept on a balance sheet basis starting from the following accounting period.
In case of switching to the balance sheet basis, it can be returned to the operating account basis from the following year, if it is subjected to the above-mentioned limit in two consecutive accounting periods.
Regardless of the above-mentioned limit, books can be kept on a balance sheet basis by the decision of the director board.
In case of opening a commercial enterprise of the association, books are also kept for this commercial enterprise in accordance with the provisions of the Tax Procedure Law.
The books and records of the association are kept in accordance with the procedures and principles specified in the Associations Regulation.
Registries to be Kept
The books below are kept in the association.
- The books to be kept on a business account basis and the principles to be followed are as follows:
1-Decision Book: Board decisions are written in this book in the order of date and number and six of the decisions are signed by the members attending the meeting.
2-Membership Registry Book: Identity information, entry and quit dates of the members who are members of the association are recorded in this book. Entrance and annual dues paid by the members can be recorded in this book.
3-Document Registry: Incoming and outgoing documents are recorded in this book with their date and order number. The original copies of incoming documents and outgoing documents are filed. Documents incoming or outgoing via electronic mail are stored by printing.
4-Business Account Book: Incomes and expenses incurred on behalf of the Association are clearly and regularly recorded in this book.
5-Receipt Document Registry: Serial and sequence numbers of the receipt documents, the names, surnames and signatures of the receivers and returners, and the dates they received and returned are recorded in this book.
6-Fixture Book: The date and form of the fixtures of the association, the places where they are used or given, and those who have expired, are recorded in this book.
It is not mandatory to keep the Receipt Document Registry and the Fixture Book.
- The books to be kept on the balance sheet basis and the principles to be followed are as follows:
- The books registered in subparagraphs 1, 2 and 3 of subparagraph (a) shall also be kept if a book is kept on a balance sheet basis.
- Journal Book and Large Book: The method of keeping and recording of these books is done according to the Tax Procedure Law and the principles of the Accounting System Application General Communiqués published pursuant to the authority granted by this Law to the Ministry of Finance.
Approval of Notebooks
In case of keeping records on the basis of business account, “Business Account Table” is arranged at the end of the year (31 December). In case of keeping a book on a balance sheet basis, the balance sheet and income statement are prepared at the end of the year (31 December) based on the General Notices of Accounting System Implementation that is published by the Ministry of Finance.
Income and Expense Transactions of the Association
Article 17 – Income and expense documents
Association revenues are collected with a “Receipt Document”. In case of collection of the income of the association through banks, documents such as receipts or bank statements issued by the bank replace the receipt.
Association expenses are made with expenditure documents such as invoices, retail vouchers, self-employment receipts; however, according to the provisions of the Tax Procedure Law for the payments of the association, which are within the scope of Article 94 of the Income Tax Law, documents such as the “Expense Receipt” or “Bank Receipt” are used as expenditure documents.
Free goods and service deliveries to be made by the association to individuals, institutions or organizations are made with “In-kind Assistance Delivery Document”. Free goods and service deliveries to be made by individuals, institutions or organizations to the association are accepted with the “In kind Donation Receipt Document”.
The “Receipt Documents” to be used in the collection of the revenues of the association are printed by the decision of the board of directors.
It is acted in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Regulations of the Associations related to the printing and control of receipt documents, delivery from the printing house, recording in the notebook, transfer between the old and new treasurers and the receipt of the receipt and the receipts of the association and the receipts of the collected income.
Licence of authorization
Except for the principal members of the board of directors, the person or persons who will collect income on behalf of the association are determined by the decision of the board of directors by specifying the term of authority. The “Certificate of Authority” containing the clear identity, signature and photographs of the people who will collect the income is issued by the association in two copies and approved by the chairman of the association’s board of directors. Principal members of the board of directors can collect income without authorization.
The duration of the authorization documents is determined by the board of directors at most as one year. Authorization documents that are expired are renewed according to the first paragraph. In cases where the authorization certificate expires or if the person whose authorization certificate is issued leaves his / her duty, death, termination of his / her job or duty, the authorization documents given must be submitted to the board of directors within one week. Also, the revenue collection authority can be revoked at any time by the decision of the board of directors.
Retention Period of Income and Expenditure Documents
With the exception of the books, receipts, expenditure documents and other documents used by the association are kept for 5 years in accordance with the number and date order in the books in which they are recorded, without prejudice to the periods specified in special laws.
Submission of a Declaration
Article 18 – After the “Association Statement” regarding the activities of the association, the activities of the previous year, and the results of income and expense transactions as of the end of the year, is approved by the association’s board of directors within the first four months of each calendar year.
Obligation of Notification
Article 19 – Notifications to the local authority:
General Assembly Result Notification
That within thirty days following the ordinary or extraordinary general assembly meetings, the General Assembly Result Statement, which includes the main and alternate members elected to the executive and supervisory boards and other bodies, is submitted to the local administrative authority. In case of a change of regulation in the general assembly meeting; The minutes of the general assembly meeting, the old and new form of the amended articles of the regulation, the final form of the association charter, each page of which is signed by the absolute majority of the members of the board of directors, are given to the administrative authority within the period specified in this paragraph and in a letter of attachment.
Notification of Immovables
The immovables acquired by the association are notified to the administrative authority by filling out the “Immovable Property Notice” within thirty days after registration.
Notice of Getting Help from Abroad
If assistance is to be received from abroad, the Association shall fill in the “Receive Aid Notification from Abroad” and notify the administrative authority before receiving the aid.
It is obligatory to receive cash aids through banks and fulfill the notification requirement before use.
Notification of Changes
Changes in the settlement of the Association “Notice of Change of Settlement”; Changes in association organs other than the general assembly meeting are notified to the administrative authority within thirty days following the change by filling out the “Notification of Change in Association Bodies”.
Amendments made to the charter of the association are also notified to the administrative authority in the attachment of the general meeting result statement within thirty days following the general meeting of the regulation.
Internal Audit of the Association
Article 20 – Internal audit can be performed by the general assembly, the board of directors or the audit committee as well as independent audit institutions. The fact that an audit has been carried out by the general assembly, the board of directors or independent audit firms does not relieve the liability of the audit committee.
Audit of the association is carried out at least once a year by the board of supervisors. The general assembly or the board of directors may conduct audits when deemed necessary or may audit the independent audit firms.
Loan Procedures of the Association
Article 21 – The Association may borrow with the decision of the board of directors, if necessary, in order to realize its purpose and carry out its activities. This borrowing can be on the purchase of goods and services on credit, or on cash. However, this borrowing cannot be made in amounts that cannot be covered by the income sources of the association and in a quality that will make the association difficult to pay.
Foundation of the Association’s Branches
Article 22- The association may open a branch in the places deemed necessary by the decision of the general assembly. For this purpose, the founders board of at least three persons authorized by the board of directors of the association gives the branch establishment notification and necessary documents specified in the Regulations of Associations to the largest civilian authority of the place where the branch will be opened.
Duties and Authorities of the Branches
Article 23- Branches are the internal organization of the organization, which does not have legal personality, is responsible for carrying out autonomous activities in line with the objectives and service issues of the association, for which it is responsible for receivables and debts arising from all transactions.
Organs of Branches and Provisions to be Applied to Branches
Article 24- The organs of the branch are the general assembly, the board of directors and the supervisory board.
The General Assembly is composed of branches of registered members. The board of directors is elected by the branch general assembly as five principal and five substitutes, and the supervisory board as three principal and three alternate members.
The duties and authorities of these bodies and other provisions related to the association included in this regulation are also applied in the branch within the framework stipulated by the legislation.
The Time of the General Assembly Meetings of the Branches and How to Represent them at the General Assembly
Article 25- Branches must put an end their ordinary general assembly meeting at least two months before the headquarters general assembly meeting.
The ordinary general assembly of the branches meets every 3 years, in September, at the place and time determined by the branch management board.
Branches are obliged to notify a copy of the general assembly result notification to the administrative authority and headquarters of the association within thirty days following the date of the meeting.
Branches; with the direct participation of all members at the headquarters general assembly of up to three branches, have that if the number of branches is more than three, one (1) for every twenty (20) members registered at the branch, and if the remaining number is more than 10, the right to attend the general assembly through the delegates to be elected at the branch general assembly among these members.
Delegates elected in the branch general assembly attend the headquarters general assembly. Headquarters management and supervisory board members attend the headquarters general assembly, but cannot vote unless a delegate is elected on behalf of the branch.
Those who are assigned to the management or supervisory board of branches leave their posts at the branch when they are elected to the headquarters or supervisory board.
Article 26- The association may open a representative office with the decision of the board of directors in order to carry out the activities of the association where it deems necessary.
The address of the representative office is notified with written letter to the administrative authority of that place by the person or persons appointed as a representative by the decision of the board of directors. Representatives may not be represented in the General Assembly. Branches cannot open representative offices.
How to Change the Regulation
Article 27- The amendment can be made by the decision of the general assembly.
2/3 majority of the members who have the right to attend the general assembly and vote in order to change the bylaws in the general assembly is required. If the meeting is postponed due to the lack of majority, there is no majority requirement in the second meeting. However, the number of members attending this meeting cannot be less than twice the total number of members of the board of directors and supervisors.
The majority of decisions required for the amendment of the Regulation is 2/3 of the votes of the members who attend the meeting and have the right to vote. In the general assembly, the amendment of the bylaws is made openly.
Termination of the Association and Liquidation of Assets
Article 28- The general assembly can always decide to annul the association.
In order to discuss the issue of termination in the general assembly, 2/3 majority condition of the members who have the right to attend and vote in the general assembly is required. If the meeting is postponed due to lack of majority, the majority is not compulsory in the second meeting. However, the number of members attending this meeting cannot be less than twice the total number of members of the board of directors and supervisors.
The majority of decisions required to take the termination decision are 2/3 of the votes of the members who attend the meeting and have the right to vote. Decision of termination voting is made openly in the General Assembly.
When the general assembly decides to terminate, the money, property and rights of the association are liquidated by the liquidation committee consisting of the members of the last board of directors. These transactions are started from the date when the general assembly decision regarding the termination is taken or the spontaneous termination becomes final. The term “Association for Social and Economic Research in Liquidation” is used in all transactions during the liquidation period.
The liquidation committee is responsible and authorized to complete the liquidation procedures of the association’s money, property, and rights in accordance with the legislation. This board first examines the accounts of the association. During the examination, the books, receipts, expenditure documents, deed and bank records and other documents of the association are determined, and their assets and liabilities are recorded in a written official paper. During liquidation proceedings, the creditors of the association are called and if any, their goods are converted into money and paid to creditors. In case the association is a creditor, the receivables are collected. All money, property and rights remaining after collection of receivables and payment of debts are transferred to the place determined in the general assembly. If the place transferred is not determined in the general assembly, it is transferred to the association which has the highest number of members at the time of termination and closest to its purpose in the province where the association is located.
All transactions related to liquidation are shown in the liquidation minutes and liquidation procedures are completed within three months, excluding the additional periods given by the administrative offices based on a just cause.
Following the completion of the liquidation and transfer of the money, property and rights of the association, the liquidation committee must notify the administrative authority of the place where the headquarters of the association is located within seven days and the liquidation written report must be added to this letter.
The members of the last board of directors are responsible for keeping the books and documents of the association as a liquidation committee. This duty can be conferred to a board of member too. These books and records must be kept for five years.
Lack of Judgment
Article 29- The provisions of the Associations Law, the Turkish Civil Code and the Regulations of Associations issued with reference to these laws, and other relevant legislation on associations are applied for the matters not mentioned in this regulation,
This regulation consists of 29 (Twenty-nine) articles.
Members of the Board of Directors
Name and Surname – Job Title
Prof. Dr. İlhan GÖLBAŞI – President
Prof. Dr. Cengiz SAYIN – Vice President
Prof.Dr.Mustafa GÜLMEZ – Vice President
Salih ÇENE – Vice President
Melike Tamer KÖSE – General Secretary
Hakan PÜRE – Financial Treasurer
Sadi KAN – Member
Celal VECEL – Member
Güldal SİĞİNÇ – Member