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CLUB RULES AND PROCEDURES

  1. The club shall be known as The Lincolnshire Automobile Club.  (Est 2018)

  2. The objective of the club shall be to promote the enjoyment and ownership of Classic Cars in Lincolnshire and surrounding areas.

  3. Membership shall be open to anyone owning classic or interesting vehicles or having an interest in such vehicles.

  4. The management committee shall consist of four honorary officers namely Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and membership secretary, plus up to eight additional committee members, all elected by the membership at each annual general meeting. 

  5. Any member may resign from the club on giving written notice to the membership secretary.  

  6. The annual subscription fee shall be determined by the management committee and ratified by the membership at any general meeting 

  7. Any member who has not renewed their subscription within four months of expiry shall be deemed to have resigned and information removed from the club database. 

  8. The management committee shall conduct club business by convening a meeting or corresponding electronically, which is deemed a meeting, with a minimum of five committee members participating to form a quorum.  The chairman or acting chairman at any committee meeting shall have the casting vote.

  9. Minutes of each meeting shall be kept by the secretary or acting secretary of the meeting and recorded in a minute book; the minute book shall be available for inspection by members at any annual or extraordinary general meeting.

  10. At the annual general meeting, the secretary shall present a report on the activities of the Club during the preceding year. The treasurer shall submit a financial report for the year ending. The management committee may arrange for other reports to be presented.

  11. Only paid-up members shall be allowed to vote at any AGM. 

  12. All monies belonging to the club shall be lodged in a bank or building society in the name of the Club; the bank or building society to be nominated by the Treasurer and approved by the management committee and all interest on such moneys shall accrue to the club. The term "lodged in a bank or building society" shall permit separate deposit and current accounts as may be decided from time to time by the management committee on the advice of the treasurer. 

 

  1. A copy of these rules shall be distributed to new members upon joining the club, or upon request, and to every member following any changes or alterations to the rules, duly dated.

  2. Members should always conduct themselves in a manner that show courtesy consideration and co-operation to other members, club officials and the general public, never discriminate against any other person and never act in a manner, by word or deed, that will bring the club into disrepute.

  3. In the event of any dispute involving members, all communication must be conducted via the honorary secretary who will consult the management committee for adjudication. If the dispute involves a committee member, he or she will be excluded from the adjudication process.  The findings and decisions taken by the management committee are final and binding including expulsion of a member from the club if so decided.

  4. In the event of any dispute as to the interpretation of these rules, the decision of the management committee shall be final.

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