Statute Of The Consortium For The Management Of The Fund Mortality Livestock

Original Language Title: Statuto Del Consorzio Per La Gestione Del Fondo Mortalita Bestiame

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LAW 18 July 1979, n. 47 (published in the albo of the Public Palace on July 26, 1979)
Consortium Statute for the fund mortality livestock management.
We Captains Regent
the Most Serene Republic of San Marino
Promulgate and publish the following law approved by the Great and
General Council in its meeting of July 18, 1979. Name, location, duration, purposes.
Art. 1
In accordance with the requirements of Act 1 February 1977 n. 7 and by Law 4 May 1979 No.
20 is made up of the consortium for the management of the Livestock Mortality.
Art. 2
The Consortium, regulated by this Statute, based in San Marino, in the Office of Agricultural Forestry
State, and exerts its activity on all cattle farms in the area.
Art. 3
The Consortium is a non-profit and aims to compensate the members, within the limits set by
law of cattle mortality from any of those causes in art. 3 of Law 4 May 1979 n.
Art. 4
members are all cattle farmers in the Republic of San Marino, regardless of
extension of cultivated land and the size of the all FREE DETECTION.
Art. 5
The quality of member is lost for death, and for livestock termination.
If you take over legal death in membership the heir or heirs who continue
Art. 6
The cattle farming cessation involves deca ence the quality of the Consortium partner in
withdrawal from the declaration made by the Board of Directors or,
in the absence of that declaration, the pronounce d effect adopted by the Board of Directors
Art. 7
The members have the obligation of strict compliance with the provisions of this Statute and
deliberations of the Board and the Assembly.
Art. 8
of the Consortium are:
- the shareholders' meeting;
- The Board of Directors;
- The Board of Auditors.
Art. 9
shareholders' meeting
The Assembly is constituted by the shareholders and is convened in ordinary and extraordinary.
The Ordinary General Meeting is convened by the President upon decision of the Board of Directors,
least once a year within four months of the fiscal year closing
by notice containing the agenda, to be sent to partner registered letter minimum eight days
before the meeting.
Art. 10
The Ordinary Meeting:
a) approve the operating budget, prior and consecutive, to be sent in accordance with art. 12
Law 1 February 1977 n. 7 to the Great and General Council;
B) appoints the corporate officers as required by Article 6 of the Law May 4
1979 n. 20 and by art. 10 of the Law 1 February 1977 n. 7; appoint a Chairman from among the members of the
Board of Directors
c) decides on other matters relating to social management. The ordinary meeting can be
convened how many times the Board of Directors deems it necessary or when either
request in writing, stating the materi to be treated, the Board of Auditors or at least
1 / 4 of the members.
In the latter cases if the Board of Directors does not settled within one month of the request
must provide the Board of Auditors.
Art. 11
The Extraordinary General Meeting is convened in the manner and in the cases provided for in ordinary and
resolution about the Statute modification.
Any changes will be ratified by the Great and General Council.
Art. 12
The Assemblies, both ordinary and extraordi ia, are valid:
a) on first call, when it is present or represented at least a majority of the members;
B) on second call, with any number of present and representatives of the Assemblies ordinary
and at least 1/3 of the members for extraordinary shareholders' meetings.
Resolutions are passed by an absolute majority of members present or represented at the meetings.
Art. 13
Normally Voting takes place by show of hands.
They will have to be by roll call or secret ballot when so requests the Board of Directors
or one-fifth of all members present or represented.
Art. 14
In Assemblies have the right to vote the owners and drivers of the holdings in the
If hesitates the ratio of share cropping the vote is extended to the settler.
Each member has only one vote regardless of the number of animals raised.
Legal entities will be represented by their legal representative or their delegate.
Members who have in their employ a director may be represented by them; a

Administrator can not represent more 'than two administered partners; It may order that is no longer 'two
In the case of illness or other impediment, the members may be other shareholders, by means of written proxy.
Each shareholder may represent more 'than another partner.
Art. 15
The Assembly both the ordinary and extraordinary meeting is chaired by the President of the
Board of Directors and, in his absence, by the Vice President.
In any case, the President is elected by the Assembly when they are not present neither the President, nor the
Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The Assembly shall appoint its Secretary.
The resolutions must be recorded in the minutes signed by the Chairman and Secretary.
The minutes of extraordinary meetings must be drawn up by a notary.
Art. 16
The Board Of Directors is composed as indicated in Article 6 of the Law May 4
1979 n. 20.
The members remain in office for three years and may be reappointed.
Art. 17
The Board of Directors is convened by the Presid nt, whenever it considers it desirable, or
when a request is made by at least one third of its members.
The meeting is convened by letter raccomandat containing the agenda, sent to
components, no less than three days after the meeting.
The meetings are valid when to intervene at least a majority of appointed directors.
The votes are nominal.
The dissident members have the right to verbalize their opinions.
Art. 18
The Board of Directors is vested with all the powers and prerogatives related to the management of the fund
It is among other things to the Board of Directors:
a) supervising the execution of the resolutions;
B) prepare financial statements;
C) to appoint among its members the Vice President;
D) provide for the administration and operation of the Consortium and carry out all acts of ordinary
and extraordinary administration;
E) appoint the inside cashier and secretary, positions that may be covered both
by the same person, even if not a shareholder.
Art. 19 The Board of Auditors is composed as indicated by article 10 of Law 1st
February 1977 n. 7.
Mayors, to be chosen outside of the members of the Board and the
Commission of Experts, shall hold office for three years and may be reappointed.
The Consortium Mayors have the responsibilities and tasks:
- a) the control of the administration of consortia;
- B) ensure compliance with the law and the Articles;
- C) keep a regular check on accounts;
- D) to proceed at any time, even individually, to and inspect.
Of the tests performed must be verbal in the appropriate register.
Of surveyors
Art Commission. 20
The Commission of Experts, composed as indicated dll'art. 4 of the Law 1 February 1977 n. 7 has
the following tasks:
a) proceed with the detection and the estimation of sub harm you by farmers;
B) carry out inspections and requested by the Board of Directors or by the individual members, relative
the finding of the state sanitation and general livestock affected.
The results of each survey (with any Confidential and objections made by the experts) will be indicated
on a special report to be drawn up in triplicate, f signed also by the breeder concerned, listed
a left to the member, one sent to the Board of Directors and a conserved by
Commission of Experts.
The decisions of the Commission of Experts are final.
Art. 21
For operating Experts is fixed an attendance fee.
For Experts from government employees receive compensation commensurate with
Their extraordinary performance.
The remuneration and attendance fees mentioned above will be stable year by the Board of Directors.
Art. 22
Actual Experts choose among them the President of he Commission.
In cases of extreme and urgent need they can operate only two members.
Risk Insurance
Art. 23
The Fund insures the risks of mortality according to art. 3 of Law 4 May 1979 n. 20.
Art. 24
I anywhere purchased leaders must bring cert health certificates attesting to their origin
farm free of brucellosis and tuberculosis.
Art. 25
The Secretariat Office of the Fund will establish pr each member a special folder
showing the tattoo of each animal identification, race, sex and age.
Each farmer has an obligation to report within three days the subjects born on the holding or purchased

The latter come into coverage ten days' actual presence in breeding.
Art. 26
The member or whoever it is required to report the death of livestock or killing forced
decided by the veterinarian within the most 'soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours after the event if the | || boss was in the stable, within 48 hours if the serious injury or death occurred while the bovin
was grazing.
Art. 27
The complaint must be communicated to the Secretary of the Fund, which shall convene the Commission of Experts for
necessary investigations.
Where require immediate assessment or event happen on public holidays, the complaint
can be forwarded to the President of the Commission of Experts and, in the absence of these, the
Secretary of the Fund or a veterinarian of conduct.
Art. 28
The member must, within 24 hours of diagnosis, to denounce the state of illness of one or more 'party, whenever
that the disease, in the opinion of the veterinarian, is such as to endanger the life of 'animal.

Administrative arrangement Art. 29
The Board of Directors at the beginning of each annual management will determine the share that each
farmer must pay to the Fund, to be calculated on the number of animals present on the farm,
resulting from the stable board.
For subjects enrolled in the stud book the rates will be increased by 15%.
Art. 30
The amount of shares that each farmer must shed the Fund will be paid in the terms and
manner established by the Board of Directors.
Art. 31
The fiscal year coincides with the calendar year.
The social accounts shall be kept by the Secretary of the Fund, which may also have the cashier
functions, in accordance with the Board of Directors.
Art. 32
The Consortium Fund, made the allocation s atale and dues, or any other
revenue, to be built into a bank account instato the "Consortium for the management of the Fund
livestock mortality" lit at a credit institution in the Republic of San Marino.
Art. 33
The Treasurer keeps the speaker in the provisions of the Board of Directors and has the responsibility
; collects the contributions of farmers and government and so
may constitute revenue order for the consortium, pay compensation for the damages suffered by the members,
operating expenses and whatever else can be a te r output for the consortium.
Art. 34
The damages will be paid as follows: 505 on the recognition of the damage, the remaining
will be paid by January the following year.
Art. 35
The cashier makes every movement of money on the basis of supporting documentation, signed
from the President and from it the cashier.
The payment orders and checks will have to bring the joint signatures of the President and the Secretary
Art. 36
In the event of dissolution of the Consortium the funds will be disbursed for the benefit of
initiatives regarding the development of animal husbandry San Marino.
37 All matters not provided in this Statute, the rules applicable laws.
38 This Law shall enter into force upon its legal publication.
Our Residence, this day of 24 July 1979 to 1678 Foundation of the Republic THE CAPTAINS REGENT

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