NAME AND HEADQUARTERS OF THEASSOCIATION
ARTICLE 1- The name of the association is“TURKISH CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES SOCIETY” andits headquarter is located inEskisehir. The headquarters of theassociation may be moved to another city by resolution of GeneralAssembly. Branches may be established athome or abroad when necessary upon resolutionof General Assembly.
ASSOCIATION’S AIM, FIELDS OFSTUDY AND METHODS
A) The aim of theassociation is:
To increase theknowledge about the causes of cerebrovascular diseases, preventive measures andtreatment methods; to contribute to the developments throughout the country andthroughout the world regarding this; to provide communication, information andexchange of experience between physicians and other staff working in thisfield; to encourage, support and award ongoing researches and studies; to helppatients suffering from cerebrovascular diseases.
B) Fields of Studyand Methods:
a) To organize researches, congresses, seminars, panels,symposiums, conferences, courses and meetings regarding cerebrovasculardiseases, vascular headaches, hypertension and genetic, degenerative,inflammatory, traumatic or other influencing conditions that directly orindirectly affect brain and neck vessels; to form working groups for scientificand social activities; to make scientific publications; to subscribe periodicaljournals complying with the aim; to create archive; to participate in ororganize activities, when necessary, in order to enlighten the community onthese issues. To contribute to the education of medical students oncerebrovascular diseases.
b) To issue orsupport periodical or abstracting journals such as computer software, audibleor visual materials, bulletins, magazines, newspapers to ensure informationcommunication between the members, regarding the aims of the Association.
c) To establish andoperate health facilities, hospitals, health centers,polyclinics regarding this group of diseases.
d) To coordinatewith other local and foreign associations, institutions and organizations regarding its own subject and aims.
e) To purchase, whennecessary to sell, assign and grant immovable properties in order to attain its aims.
f) To invite physicians and other members athome and abroad who focused their studies on cerebrovascular diseases and whocome to the fore with their scientific activities, for the purpose ofbenefiting from their knowledge and experiences; to send members of theassociation to advanced Medicine and Research centers at home and abroadinvolved in this subject for the purpose of allowing them to improve theirknowledge and experiences.
g) To establish a foundation when necessary.
ARTICLE 3- The association shall not be involved in politics.
ARTICLE 4 – Founders of association are nationals of Republic of Turkey and their names and addresses are as follows.
Kamuran KUMRAL- Mithatpaşa Cd. 900/17, İzmir.
Hayrünnisa DENKTAS- Poyracık Sk. Kardeşler Apt. 3-4 8200 Teşvikiye-İstanbul.
Okay SARIBAS- Nilgün Sk. 13A/7. Çankaya-Ankara.
Erhan OĞUL- Çekirge Cd.127, Berke Apt. Bursa.
Gazi ÖZDEMİR- İki Eylül caddesi, Yediler sokak, 1/11, Eskişehir.
Yakup SARICA- Reşat bey mahallesi, 258. Sokak, 11/18 Adana.
Sevin BALKAN- Gençlik mahallesi, Işıklar caddesi, 1320 sokak, 3/1, Antalya.
Sara BAHAR- Sisli Siracevizler caddesi, Irma Apt., No: 110/10, İstanbul.
Sevinç AKTAN- Altunizade Sirmaperde Sk. Altunizade Konutları F blok No:5 81190 Üsküdar-İstanbul.
Kürsad KUTLUK- 2018 sokak, No: 2/13, Işık Apt. 35540 Bostanlı, İzmir.
Emre KUMRAL- Kir Sk. 28/9, Güzelyalı, İzmir.
Oğuzhan ÇOBAN- Zuhuratbaba mahallesi 9.10 kısım, B.30 D.48 Bakırköy, İstanbul
Dursun KIRBAS- Yeşilköy, Hacı Muzaffer sokak, no:26/5, İstanbul.
Ali ÖZEREN- Kenan Evren Bulvarı, Adasa sitesi, E blok, Kat:4, Daire: 99, Adana.
Şükrü TORUN- Deliklitaş Caddesi, 34/1 (26090) Eskişehir.
Ceyhan KUTLU- Akarbaşı mahallesi, Ada sokak, 28/1, Eskişehir.
Oğuz Osman ERDİNÇ-Hoşnudiye Mahallesi, İsmet İnönü Caddesi, Bayraktar Apt. 65/5, Eskişehir.
Nevzat UZUNER- Dumlupınar Caddesi, Oluşum Sitesi, B-1/11, Eskişehir.
ARTICLE 5 – Types and Conditions of Membership:
A) Principal Members: Article 5, Sub-paragraph A: Principal Members: are comprised of specialists, Ph.D and ResearchAssociates who are experienced in Cerebrovascular Diseases and Vascularheadaches and who conduct studies in these fields and who conduct researches inNeurology, Neurological Intensive Care, Interventional Neurology, Neurosurgery,Cardiology, Cardiovascular Surgery, Hematology, Endocrinology, other fields ofInternal Diseases, Neurological Basic Sciences, Pathology, Radiology, NuclearMedicine, Pharmacology, Medical Biology, Genetics, Emergency Medicine, andother departments and fields which directly or indirectly concern cerebralvessels. However, at least sixty percent of the number of principal members ofthe association is Specialist Physicians. Principal Members are obliged to pay the yearly contribution to bedetermined by General Assembly. Those who do not pay yearly contribution for consecutively two years cannot attend thegeneral assembly meeting and shall be deemedresigned. Decisions on changes to yearly contribution shall be taken by generalassembly. Members, while affiliating with the association, shall fill out andsign the membership declaration to be prepared by the Association. Board ofDirectors is obliged to decide on whether to accept or reject membershipapplications within thirty days and to inform the applicant about the resultthereof. Only principal members can be elected for the Board of Directors of theAssociation. Members who intend tobecome a candidate and to be elected arerequired to have Assoc. Prof. or Prof. title in Neurologydepartment.
In case the number of branches of theassociation is more than three, the membership records enrolled in theheadquarters of the association shall betransferred to the branches. The new membership applications shall be made to the branches. Proceedings regarding admission and removalof memberships shall be carried out by the Board of Directors of the branch and shall be notified to theHeadquarters no more than thirty days in written.
B) HonoraryMembers: Persons with special studies and information on cerebralvascular diseases and related fields in homeand abroad may be admitted to thehonorary membership by the resolution of Board of Directors. Honorary members are not entitled to vote anddo not pay contribution. Principal members may be turned into honorarymembers by resolution of Board ofDirectors, provided that they consent thereto.
C) VoluntaryMembers: Those who make significantmaterial and financial aids to the association forthe purpose of help shall be listedas Voluntary Member. Besides, those whoserved for the association shall be awarded by Boardof Directors with the degree of Voluntary Member. Voluntary Members may attend in GeneralAssembly meetings, however they are notentitled to vote and to be appointed to the organs, they do not paycontributions. A separate book is kept for Voluntary Members.
ARTICLE 6- Rights of Members: No one shall be compelled to become orremain as a member of the association. Each member has a right to resign.Resignation occurs upon a written petition. Principal Members of theAssociation have equal rights. Eachmember has one right to vote in the GeneralAssembly. The vote shall be casted by the member in person. All members equally use the material andnon-material benefits to be provided by the association. However, researcherswho have international publications, studies or who have projects in thisregard may be prioritized when deemedappropriate by Board of Directors.
ARTICLE 7 – Removal from Membership: Those who do not comply with the decisions of the general assemblyand the board of directors, those who put the association under obligationwithout the permission of the association, those who lost the appeal power andthose who do not pay the yearly contribution for two consecutive years shall be dismissed from the association. The memberwho fails to pay the contribution he/sheassumed in promised periods and without a just cause shall be warned in writtenfor the first time, the member who does not pay his/her accumulatedcontribution within above mentioned period despite the written warning shall bedismissed from membership by decision of Board of Directors. The member in question shall be removed from memberregistration book. Those resigned or dismissed from the association cannot stake outany claim on the properties of the association, the person who was dismissed from the membership may raise an objection against the dismissaldecision in the first general assembly. Application for the objectionshould be made to the Board of Directors within one month in written. The person whose objection wasrejected by General Assembly or theperson who did not use his/her right to object cannot be a member to the association again.
ORGANS OF THE ASSOCIATION
ARTICLE 8– The General Assembly is the most authorized decision organ of the association, and is comprised of members who are affiliated to the association and who paytheir contributions. In case of establishment of a branch of theassociation, the General Assembly shall be comprised of the members registeredin the headquarters and the branches up to three branches; and in case thenumber of branches is more than three, the members registered in theheadquarters shall be transferred to the branches, and General Assembly shallthen be comprised by the delegates elected in the General Assembly meetings ofthe branches.
General Assembly shall be;
1- convoked ordinarily in the timesspecified in this charter;
2- convokedextraordinarily by the Board of Directors when the Board of Directors or Boardof Supervisors deem necessary, or upon a written application by one fifth ofthe members of the association If Boardof Directors does not convoke the General Assembly; the justice of peace, upon application of any member, shall employ threemembers to convoke general assembly.
Ordinary general assembly meets every 2(two) years in May, on the date, in the place and at the time to be specifiedby Board of Directors.
Invitation Procedure: Board of Directors regulates the list ofmembers who are entitled to attend in general assembly in accordance with the charter of the association. The memberswho are entitled to attend in general assembly shall be invited to the meetingat least fifteen days prior to meeting, by declaring the date, time, venue andagenda of the meeting in at least one newspaper or on the website of theassociation, by notifying in written, by sending e-mails or messages to thee-mail address or contact number to be nominated by the member or by usinglocal broadcast media. Thisinvitation shall also indicate the date, time and venue of a second meeting in case of the meeting cannot be held due to lack of quorum. The difference between the first and second meetingscannot be less than seven days and more than sixty days.
If the meeting is adjourned for a reason other than lack of quorum, this situationshall be notified to the members incompliance with the call procedure madefor the first meeting, stating the reasons for adjournment. The second meeting has to be made no later than six months following thedate of adjournment. The members shall be re-invited to the meeting inaccordance with the principles mentioned in the first paragraph.
General Assembly meeting cannot be adjourned more than one.
ARTICLE 9 – Meeting Procedure: The General Assembly meets by attendanceof absolute majority, and in case of change of charter and termination ofassociation, by two thirds of the members who are entitled to attend; in theevent of the meeting is adjourned due to the lack of quorum, the majority shallnot be sought in the second meeting. However, the number of the members attending in this meeting cannot be less than twice oftotal member number of Board of Directors and Board of Supervisors.
ARTICLE 10 – Agenda: Only the articlesput up on the agenda shall be negotiatedin the General Assembly. However, the articles desired to be negotiated by at least one-tenthof the attendants present in the meeting are compulsory to be put on the agenda. All minutes and documents shall be delivered to the Board of Directors at theend of the meeting.
ARTICLE 11 – GeneralAssembly Council: The list of themembers who have the right to attend the General Assembly shall be madeavailable in the venue of meeting. The identity cards issued by publicauthorities of the members who will enter to the venue of the meeting shall be checked by the officials to beassigned by the members of Board of Directors or by the Board ofDirectors. Members shall enter to the venue of meetingby signing the relevant place corresponding their names in the list to beissued by board of directors.
If quorumof the meeting is constituted, this shallbe determined by means of a minute andthe meeting shall be opened by chairmanof board of directors or any member ofthe board of directors to be nominated by him/her. In case the quorum of the meeting is notconstituted, board of directors shallmake an official report.
After opening, a chairman to preside over the meeting and adequate number of deputies of chairman and clerk shall be appointed andthe council committee shall be formedaccordingly.
In the voting to be made for appointment of associate organs, the memberswho cast votes are obliged to show their identity cards to the councilcommittee and sign the relevant place corresponding their names on the list ofattendants.
Management and ensuring the safety of themeeting shall be responsibility of thechairman of the committee.
ARTICLE12 – Voting and Decision Making Methods and Types of General Assembly Each member has one right to vote in general assembly;and the member has to cast his/her vote in person. Honorary members may attend general assembly meetings however they cannotcast votes. In case a member is a legal entity, thechairman of board of directors of thelegal entity or the person to be authorizedby him/her to represent shall cast the vote.
The matters to be discussed and thedecisions to be taken in the meeting shall be written to a minute and signedjointly by chairman of the committee andthe clerks. The minute and other documents shall be delivered to the chairman of boardof directors at the end of the meeting. The chairman of board of directorsis responsible for protecting those documents and to deliver them to newly electedboard of directors within seven days.
Votes shall be casted publicly in the general assembly,unless otherwise agreed. In the publicvoting, the method to be specified by the chairman of general assembly shall be applied.
In case of secretvoting, the papers or ballots sealed by chairman of the meeting shall be placedin an empty box, after members do the necessary, and the open count shall bemade after the end of voting, and the result shall be so determined.
Resolutions of general assembly meetingshall be taken by absolute majority ofthe attendants of the meeting. Insofar,the decisions on change of charter and termination of association may be taken by twothirds majority of the members attended the meeting.
Tasks and Authorizations ofGeneral Assembly The matters written below shall be discussed and finalized by generalassembly.
1- Selection of the organs of theassociation,
2- Changing the charter of theassociation,
3- Discussion of the reports of board of directors and board of supervisors andthe release of board of directors,
4- Discussion of the budget to beprepared by board of directors and theacceptance thereof exactly or by amendment,
5- Supervision of other organs of theassociation and dismissal thereof with justcauses when deemed necessary,
6- Examination and settlement of theobjections made against the decisions taken by Boardof Directors on the rejection of membership or onthe removal from membership,
7- Authorizing Board of Directors topurchase immovable properties required for the association or to sell currentimmovable properties,
8- Examination of the regulations to beprepared by board of directors inrelation with the studies of theassociation, and approval thereof exactlyor by amendment,
9-Determination of the amounts of thecharges to be paid to chairman andmembers of Board of Directors and Board of Supervisors of the Association whoare not public officials, and all kinds of allowances, travel allowance andcompensations as well as the daily pay and travel allowance to be paid to themembers to be employed for association services,
10- Takingdecision on association’s incorporation into and separation from federation,
11- Taking decision on establishment ofbranches of the association and authorizing board of directors to carry out theproceedings concerning the branch which is decided to be established,
12- Association’s carrying outinternational activities, and its incorporation as a member into or separationfrom associations and organization abroad,
13- Establishment of a foundation by theassociation,
14- Termination of association,
15- Reviewing and finalizing otherrecommendations of the Board of Directors,
16- As the most competent organ of theassociation, doing the works and using the powers that are not awarded toanother organ of the association,
17- Fulfillment of other tasks requiredto be fulfilled as specified in the regulation by general assembly,
18- Moving the headquarters of theassociation to another province.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ARTICLE 13– The Board of Directors shall be comprised of sevenprincipal and five substitute members to be appointed by General Assemblythrough secret voting. If there is avacancy in the principal memberships, the substitute members shall be calledfor duty.
ARTICLE14- At its firstmeeting, the Board of Directors appoints a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary-generaland a treasurer by making a division of tasks among its members. A member of the association may only servefor one period (two years) as chairman of the board. The Board of Directorsmembership of those who do not attend the meetings of Board of Directorsconsecutively three times shall drop. The substitute members shall be invited respectively to the vacantmembership. The representation authorityof the Association belongs to the Board of Directors. However, the Board ofDirectors may delegate this authority to one or more members to be nominatedamong them.
ARTICLE15- The Board ofDirectors convenes under the presidency of the chairman or, in his/her absence,the vice-chairman. The Chairman of Board of Directors is obliged to notifyGovernorship in written about the full name, father’s name, place and date ofbirth, occupation and residential address of the principal and substitutemembers appointed to Board of Directors and Board of Supervisors and otherorgans of the Association within seven days following the appointment made byGeneral Assembly.
ARTICLE16 – Tasks and Powers ofBoard of Directors Board of Directors carries out the following.
1- It represents the association orauthorizes any member of it or a third party regarding this,
2- Works on those written in 2ndArticle in order to allow Association to achieve its aims, to makeentrepreneurships and when necessary employs primarily the principal members asgroups or commissions,
3- Prepares annual working program,carries out proceedings regarding income and loss calculations, prepares thebudget for the future period and submits it to the general assembly,
4- Prepares the directives andrecommendations concerning the studies of the association and submits them tothe General Assembly for approval,
5- Keeps member registration book,decision book, received-issued documents book, income-expense book, budgetfinal account and balance sheets, inventory books,
6- Accepts and approves the costs,examines the general proceedings and budget status report to be provided byBoard of Supervisors,
7- Financially supports the works to bepublished, regulates the researches, employs the persons who will attend thesocial services to be rendered as well as congresses and scientific meetings tobe held in home or abroad,
8- Establishes and maintains relationswith public and private organizations, real and legal entities in order toallow Association to achieve its aims
9- Makes amendments between budgetchapters for mandatory reasons, adds the incomes exceeding estimation to therequired chapters,
10- Purchases immovable properties, sellsmovable and immovable properties of the association, gets established buildingsor facilities, makes rental contracts, get established pledge, mortgage or realrights in favor of the association, using the power conferred by GeneralAssembly,
11- Ensures the execution of proceedingsrelated to branch opening, using the power conferred by General Assembly,
12- Ensures the branches of theAssociation to be audited,
13- Ensures establishment ofrepresentations in the places deemed necessary,
14- Implements the decisions taken inGeneral Assembly,
15- Issues at the end of each year ofactivity the association’s operating account statement or balance sheet andincome statements as well as a report explaining the activities of board ofdirectors,
16- Ensures implementation of the budget,
17- Takes decisions on affiliation orremoval of memberships to/from the association,
18- Takes and implements all kinds ofdecisions within the scope of its authority in order to achieve association’saim,
19- Makes, manages the treatment,training facilities and enterprises, protocols to be established, opened inline with the aim of the Association, determines their staff, regulates andimplements their appointments and dismissals,
20- Organizes congresses, symposiums,panels, seminars and conferences regarding Cerebrovascular Diseases, VascularHeadaches, Hypertension and degenerative, metabolic and other group diseasesaffecting vessels, and specifies their venues, dates, subjects and managers,
21- Determines, accredits andperiodically audits the standards of the cerebrovascular diseases/vascularneurology or stroke polyclinics, clinics, units and centers already establishedand to be established, to provide continuance in line with the purpose of theAssociation,
22- Determines the requirements for thephysicians/specialists of cerebrovascular diseases/vascular neurology or strokeuntil Cerebrovascular Diseases/Vascular Neurology Sub-Branch Specialty is to beaccepted legally; and accredits, audits the individuals,
23- Creates the content of the trainingrequired for the physicians/specialists of Cerebrovascular Diseases/VascularNeurology or Stroke, and works in cooperation with relevant public and privateorganizations,
24-Fulfills other tasks and exercises thepowers conferred to it by the regulation.
ARTICLE17 – Scientific Meetings of the Association: The Scientific Congress shall be opened underHonorary Presidency of a member to be appointed by the Association’s Board ofDirectors. President of the Congress isthe Chairman of Turkish Cerebrovascular Diseases Society or a principal memberelected from the place and region where congress will be held. The Board of Directors of the Congress shallbe comprised of the President of Congress and two members to be appointed byAssociation’s Board of Directors among four candidates to be nominated by thePresident of the Congress. These membersshall also carry out the duties of Secretary-General of the Congress and theFinancial Coordinator. Board ofDirectors of the Congress may establish local working groups if it sodesires. Board of Directors of theCongress works in cooperation with the Association’s Board of Directorsdepending on the power it received from Association’s Board of Directors andunder the responsibility thereof, in terms of scientific and financial aspects.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
ARTICLE 18 – Tasksand Powers of Board of Supervisors Board of Supervisors shall be appointed by General Assembly asthree principal and three substitute members. In the event of any vacancy in the principal memberships of the Board ofSupervisors due to resignation or any other reason, it is then mandatory tocall substitute members for duty according to the majority of votes theyreceived in the general assembly. TheBoard of Supervisors audits the Association according to the basis andprocedures specified in the charter of the association and in the intervals notexceeding one year for whether or not it carries out its activities in linewith the working activities mentioned to be maintained for achieving the aimsand purposes specified in its charter; whether or not the books, accounts andrecords are kept in accordance with regulation and the charter of theassociation; and it presents the results of the audit as a report to the Boardof Directors and to the General Assembly when it convenes. The Board ofSupervisors may request convocation of General Assembly when necessary.
ARTICLE 19– Branches: Applications for establishing a branch shallbe made by three individuals authorized by Association’s Board of Directors inwritten to the highest civilian authority of the place where the branch isintended to be established. As for theestablishment of branches, the provisions of 31st, 32nd and 33rd Articles ofLaw on Associations numbered 2098 shall apply.
a) The branches to be established shall work according to thischarter and as affiliated to the headquarters. The headquarters has at all times and in all manners a supervisory powerover the branches. The audits shall bemade by the members to be charged by the Association’s Board of Directors.
b) Boards of Directors of theBranches shall be formed according to this charter among the members registeredin that branch.
c) The headquarters may send anobserver and consultant to the general assembly meetings of the branches. The decisions of general assemblies of thebranches shall be notified by presidency council in written to the Headquarterswithin no more than fifteen days.
d) The Branches may send to theGeneral Assembly meetings of the Headquarters a member of Board of Directors tobe appointed by their own Board of Directors, as a representative . Theserepresentatives are entitled to speak and vote. However, they cannot be elected to the Board of Directors of theHeadquarters.
e) The branches shall be governed bytheir own sources and the provisions of this charter. However, to achieve the aims of the charter,they support financially and spiritually the works attempted by theHeadquarters, with all theirs possibilities ad campaigns to be initiated uponrecommendations of the Headquarters.
f) General Assembly of the Branchshall be convoked every two years in accordance with this charter. The decisions of General Assembly shall benotified to the Headquarters in written and to the members of the branch byputting up at the bulletin board. Theboard of directors of the branches shall be formed with five principal and fivesubstitute members. Those received themost votes after elected principal members shall be elected as substitutemembers. Principal members shall dividethe tasks by appointing a chairman, a secretary and a bookkeeper-treasureramong themselves. The decisions shall betaken by majority. General Assemblyshall also appoint two auditors and substitutes thereof. Besides, the task forces in this charter, ifany, shall be established, otherwise the voluntary forces shall be established.
g) Branches in the same province mayhold joint meetings with the provincial headquarter depending on the necessityto be addressed by the headquarters.
h) No separate branch may beestablished in the province where Headquarters is located. Branches are in charge and authorized for thestudies only in their regions, they cannot represent the legal entity of theinstitution and cannot act and dispose so.
i) Members are allowed to beregistered in only one branch. In caseof change of region, member registration form and the member’s contributionstatus shall be notified to the board of directors of the branch in the newregion of the member.
j). The Board of Directors of theHeadquarters may, if it deems necessary, audit the branches by means of one orseveral members to be charged. The Board of Directors of the Headquarters maydismiss Board of Directors of the branches temporarily or permanently. It may terminate that branch or mayincorporate that branch into a branch it can represent that branch.
k) Headquarters has a supervisorypower over the branches. Thecontribution to be made by Branches to the Headquarters cannot be less than 25%of the revenues of the branch. Branchesshall participate in the campaigns of the Headquarters.
1) The names of the branches shallbe determined as “Cerebrovascular Diseases Association Branch”.
m) Only the Board of Directors ofthe Headquarters shall have the authority of the Branch. Founders of the branch have to reside atleast for six months in the place where the branch will be established. In the places where the number of members isinadequate, branch arms may be established. The works of those shall be regulated by an internal regulation to beissued by Headquarters. Branches andbranch arms shall abide by the provisions of current and future chapters and internal directives.
REVENUES AND FINANCIALPROVISIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION
ARTICLE 20 – Revenues of the Association:
a) The contributionto be paid by members is annually 10 TRY.
c) Cash andfinancial supports by Government, Municipalities, Associations, otherinstitutions and organizations.
d) Revenues to beobtained from Balls, Representations, Concerts or similar meetings. While collecting charities, it is mandatoryto abide by the provisions of Charity Collection Law numbered 2860.
e) Reserves to be obtained from private Hospitals, Clinics, Polyclinics andsimilar organizations belonging to the Association.
f) Revenues from immovable properties and works granted or of which sales isgranted to the Association.
g) Other revenues.
ARTICLE21 – The Association’smoney exceeding TL annual contribution of 1 (one) member shall be deposited in a bank. In order toprotect the Association’s money againstthe loss causing from inflation, measures to be deemed appropriate(securities-exchanges, deposit account etc.) may be taken according to theconditions of the day by the decision of Board of Directors. Appointing individual or individuals otherthan bookkeeper to make payment to the places requiring money or to withdraw money from the bank is under the authority of Board of Directors.
ARTICLE22 – The disbursingofficer for all kinds of expenditures shall be the chairman or one of themembers to be entrusted by the Board of Directors.
ARTICLE23 – The immovableproperties found to be used other than the aims of the association and forwhich court has taken a decision shall be liquidated within a period to bespecified by the government.
TERMINATION OF THE ASSOCIATION
ARTICLE 24 – As for termination proceeding, 49th andcontinuation articles of Law on Associations numbered 2098 shall apply.
ARTICLE25 – In case theAssociation is terminated and closed, its properties and moneys shall beleft to the Turkish Association of Neurology, provided that they will beused entirely by “Cerebrovascular Diseases Working Group”.