Royal Decree 517/2015, Of 19 June, Laying Down The General Statutes Of The Schools Official Of Technical Engineering In Computer Science And Its General Council.

Original Language Title: Real Decreto 517/2015, de 19 de junio, por el que se aprueban los Estatutos Generales de los Colegios Oficiales de Ingeniería Técnica en Informática y de su Consejo General.

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Law 21/2009, of December 4, creation of the General Council of official colleges of engineering in computer science, enabled in the first transitional provision for the Constitution of a Management Committee which should develop within six months of interim regulatory statutes of the governing bodies of the General Council of official colleges of engineering in computer science , which verified its legality by the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade, would be published in the «Official Gazette», and the second transitional provision that would elaborate its definitive statutes within the period of one year from its Constitution, the General Council of professional associations of technical engineering in computer science.

In accordance with the provisions of the Act, by order ITC/2624/2010, 28 September, ordered the publication of the statutes of the interim of the General Council of official colleges of engineering in computer science, which was dated October 11, 2010.

The adoption of these general statutes, according to the proposal received from the General Council, is due to the need to accommodate the collegiate organization of technical engineering in computer science the changes as a result of law 74/1978 of 26 December, which adapted the system of schools to the Constitution and the law 7/1997, of 14 April , of measures liberalising in matter of soil and on colleges professional.

In addition, the statutes must conform to the provisions of law 17/2009, of November 23, on free access to the services and your exercise activities and law 25/2009 of 22 December, modification of various laws for its adaptation to the law on free access to the services and your exercise activities , that has modified in great part, the law 2 / 1974, of 13 of February, about schools professional.

The approval of these general statutes of the schools official of technical engineering in computer science and its General Council rests with the Government, in accordance with the provisions of article 6(2) of the Act 2/1974, on 13 February, on professional associations, as amended by law 25/2009, of 23 November on the free access to service activities and the exercise.

This Royal Decree, is dictated under the exclusive competence to the article 149.1.18. ª of the Constitution attributes to the State to dictate the bases of the legal regime of public administrations.

In his virtue, to proposal of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism, in accordance with the Council of State and prior deliberation of the Council of Ministers, in their meeting of the day 19 of June of 2015, HAVE: article only. Approval of the statutes.

Approve the general statutes of the official schools or professional (being equivalent to College both denominations) of the technical engineering in computer science and its General Council, following of the present Royal Decree.

First additional provision. Adaptation of the private statutes of schools and regional councils.

Schools and regional councils existing at the time of entry into force of these statutes, will benefit from that date, of a maximum period of twelve months to suit their particular statutes and their presentation to the competent public authority.

Provision additional second. Election of the members of the Board of Governors.

Within them 15 days following to the entry in force of these statutes, it together of Government outgoing of the Council shall be it call of it Assembly General that is held in the month following to its call, in whose first point of the order of the day is will proceed to it choice and takes of possession of them members of the Board of Government incoming.

Sole repeal provision. Repeal of the provisional statutes.

Is repealed them statutes provisional of the Council General of schools official of engineering technique in computer, whose publication is ordered through the order ITC / 2624 / 2010, of 28 of September.

Available end first. Skill-related title.

The present Royal Decree is issued on the basis of provisions of article 149.1.18. ª of the Constitution that the State given the exclusive competence to teach the foundations of the legal regime of public administrations.

Second final provision. Regional powers.

The regulation contained in the statutes shall be without prejudice of which, under the aegis of its powers in the matter, approve the autonomous communities for schools and councils which constitute their respective territorial areas.

Third final provision. Entry in force.

This Royal Decree shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Given in Madrid, on June 19, 2015.

PHILIP R.

He Minister of industry, energy and tourism, JOSE MANUEL SORIA LOPEZ STATUTES GENERAL OF THEM SCHOOLS OFFICIAL OF ENGINEERING TECHNICAL IN COMPUTER and OF ITS COUNCIL GENERAL TITLE I of the Organization College of engineering technical in computer article 1. College organizations. Definition. Personality and legal nature of the entities that compose it.

1 they have consideration of College organizations regulated by the present statutes all the professional schools of engineering in computer science, the regional councils respective which if necessary could be and the General Council of schools.

All of them are corporations under public law made pursuant to the Act, with a democratic structure and inner workings and which grouped people found in possession of at least one of the following titles: to) official university degree, in accordance with the Royal Decree 1460 / 1990 of 26 October, which establishes the degree technical engineer officer in computer management and the general directives of the curricula conducive to the obtaining of one or with the Real Decree 1461 / 1990, of 26 of October, by which is sets the title University official of engineer technical in computer of systems and them guidelines General own of them plans of studies leading to the obtaining of that, or title of diploma in computer of conformity with the Real Decree 1954 / 1994 , of 30 of September, on approval of titles to them of the catalogue of titles University official created by the Royal Decree 1497 / 1987, of 27 of November.

(b) College degree degree officer linked to the profession of engineer in computer science, and that they comply with the conditions laid down in annex II of the agreement of the Council of universities are establishing recommendations for the proposal by University of memories of request of official titles in the fields of computer engineering, computer technical engineering and chemical engineering published by resolution of June 8, 2009, the Secretary General of universities.

(c) declared degree equivalent to the Spanish university degree titles associated with the profession of engineer in computer science, corresponding to the specific field technologies of information and communication (technology ICT) of annex II of Royal Decree 967/2014, of 21 November, which establish the requirements and the procedure for approval and Declaration of equivalent qualification and official University academic level and for the validation of foreign studies of higher education , and the procedure to determine the correspondence to them levels of the frame Spanish of qualifications for it education top of them titles official of architect, engineer, graduate, architect technical, engineer technical and diploma.

2. schools, them tips autonomic and the Council General have personality legal own and capacity of work full for the fulfillment of its purposes.

3. in its organization and operation are are subject to the principle of transparency in its management, enjoying of full autonomy, in the frame of them present statutes and of their own statutes particular.

Article 2. Colleges, regional councils and General Council. Territorial scope.

1. regional councils which may be constituted under the aegis of provisions of relevant regional legislation, will have the purposes and functions which determine their individual statutes, subject to provisions in the respective autonomous legislation, the State basic law and these statutes. The only higher than the autonomous territorial Council will be the General Council.

2. the territorial scope of each school or, where appropriate, Regional Council will be given in their respective particular statutes, within the limits provided for in the regional legislation. The various colleges will be unique within their respective territorial areas.

3. the General Council is the representative body and top Coordinator of the collegiate organization.

4. the internal structure and functioning of the collegiate organization will develop in accordance with provisions of these statutes and, where appropriate, the particular statutes.

5 in all collegiate bodies, processes of approval of its statutes must necessarily provide mechanisms for participation and proposed amendments to all members of the General Assembly, prior to it and with deadlines and procedures appropriate to the effect.

Article 3. Regime legal.


1. the colleges and regional councils are subject to the Constitution and, where appropriate, to the statutes of autonomy that correspond by its territorial scope. Also, is governed by the law 2 / 1974, of 13 of February, on schools professional, by it legislation State basic or of application direct or general that affects to these schools, by the legislation on schools professional that, in development of it legislation State, pass them communities autonomous, in the field of their competencies and territories, by these statutes and by them statutes particular.

2. the General Council is also subject to the Constitution, to the concerned professional associations Act, the basic State legislation or direct or general application and these bylaws.

Article 4. Acts and corporate decisions.

1. the acts and decisions of colleges, regional councils and the General Council will be executives when they are subject to administrative law, in accordance with the provisions of law 30/1992, of 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure and, where appropriate, in regional legislation.

2. the acts and decisions of colleges may use on appeal within the period of one month before the respective Regional Council or, as this not has been constituted, the General Council, provided not otherwise in the regional legislation on professional associations.

3. them acts and resolutions of the Council General put end to it via administrative, in accordance with the article 109 of the law 30 / 1992, of 26 of November, of regime legal of them administrations public and of the procedure administrative common and will be directly actionable before the jurisdiction administrative, while, with character prior, may bring is resource of replacement before the same Council in the term of a month. Also will end the administrative acts and resolutions of the Councils autonomic, if otherwise is not available in the regional legislation.

4. without prejudice of it previous, any person physical or legal may direct is to the Council General to raise any type of complaint or claim, in relation to any issue related with the Organization collegiate or the profession of engineering technical computer. Prior to the presentation of a grievance or complaint to the General Council concerning a performance at a school in particular, shall provide is that to that school or Regional Council, if regional legislation so provides.

5. the acts and decisions relating to labour or civil relationships shall be subject to the corresponding legal regime.

Article 5. Window only.

(1. the Organization collegiate will have, already is to level territorial or of mode added, of a point of access electronic only, through which them professional can, of way not face-to-face and of form free perform them following procedures: to) get all the information and forms necessary for the access to the activity professional and its exercise.

(b) submit all documentation and necessary applications, including licensing and its low.

(c) ascertain the status of procedures that have interested consideration and receive notification of mandatory acts of procedure and the resolution thereof by the College, including notification of disciplinary cases when not possible by other means.

(d) convene to collegiate to ordinary and extraordinary general meetings and to inform public and private school activity.

2. the aforementioned one-stop will contain the information recipient of the activity of professionals comprising the collegiate organization referred to in the basic legislation on professional colleges for the best defense of the rights of citizenship. En_especial, College organizations will provide the following information, which must be clear, unequivocal and free: to) access to the register of members, will be permanently updated and which shall include, at least, the following data: name and surname of the licensed professionals, number of licensing, official titles of those who are in possession, service professional, collegiate organization of professional situation and destination.

(b) claim routes and resources that may be brought in the case of conflict between the consumer or user and a collegiate or collegiate organization.

(c) details of the associations or organisations of consumers and users that the recipients of the professional services can contact for assistance.

(d) the content of codes of ethics.

3 regional colleges shall provide to the General Council, and, where applicable, the respective regional councils, information concerning to the high, low and any other amendments affecting collegiate records, for their knowledge and annotation in the central records of members of those. He Council General will establish the mechanisms necessary to facilitate the exchange of information to which makes reference this point.

4. with the aim of ensuring interoperability between the colleges and tips and principles of accessibility for people with disabilities, collected both in the law 25/2009 of 22 December, modification of various laws for its adaptation to the law on free access to service activities and the exercise, the collegiate organization will create and maintain technological platforms that ensure interoperability between the different systems and the accessibility for people with disability.

Article 6. Service to members and to consumers or users.

1. College organizations will attend, the scope of its competence, complaints or claims filed by referees.

2. Likewise, will benefit from a service consumers or users, who necessarily carry out and, where appropriate, will solve many complaints and claims relating to collegiate or professional activity of referees submitted by any consumer or user who hire professional services, as well as associations and organisations of consumers and users in its representation or defence of their interests.

3 on this service to the consumers or users, it shall rule on the complaint or complaints, as appropriate, informing about the extrajudicial conflict resolution system, either by sending the record to collegiate bodies to instruct the appropriate informational or disciplinary records, by good archiving either adopting any further decision within its competence, in accordance with law.

4. the submission of complaints and claims can be made personally or by electronic means, through the collegiate organization single electronic access point.

Article 7. Annual report.

1. the organizations College will be subject to the principle of transparency in its management. To do this, each one of them must prepare an annual report containing at least the following information: a) annual report of economic management, including staff costs sufficiently disaggregated and specifying the remuneration of the members of the Governing Board because of his position.

(b) the amount of the applicable fees broken down by concept and the type of services provided, as well as the rules for their calculation and application.

(c) aggregate and statistical information on the information and disciplinary procedures in phase of instruction or who have achieved firmness, with indication of the infringement to which they refer, processing and the penalty imposed in his case, agreement, in any case, with the legislation on protection of personal data.

(d) aggregate and statistical information relating to complaints and claims by consumers or users or their representative organisations, as well as about its procedures and, where appropriate, of the reasons for dismissal of the complaint or claim, agreement, in any case, with the legislation on protection of personal data or estimate.

(e) changes in the contents of their codes of conduct, if you dispose of them.

(f) the rules on incompatibilities and conflict of interests that are members of the boards.

(g) information statistics about the activity of visa.

When appropriate, the data will present disaggregated territorially by corporations.

2. the memory annual must do is public on the website of the Organization collegiate in the first semester of each year.

3. the Council General will make public, next to his memory, the information statistics to which makes reference the paragraph 1 of this article, of form added to the set of the Organization collegiate.

4. to them effects of complete it forecast of the paragraph previous, them tips autonomic and them schools territorial will facilitate to the Council General the information necessary to develop the memory annual.

Article 8. Communications.

1. for the communications of them entities members and towards them entities members of the Organization collegiate will be valid, in all case, them procedures provided in the law 30 / 1992, of 26 of November.


2 Additionally the members of the collegial organization entities may use different to the previous communication procedures in the following cases: to) at the heart of its governing bodies, for communications among its members lists of distribution, collaborative websites, social networks or other tools, may be used when it is so established in the corresponding legislation or agreement of the Court. These tools will ensure the necessary confidentiality of the deliberations of the governing bodies and will provide a record of communications made.

(b) in the relations of them schools with their collegiate when said procedure is has established formally in their statutes particular or in an agreement of its Assembly General.

(c) in them relations of them institutions of them organizations College, without prejudice of it established in the paragraph 1, and to achieve the maximum agility and efficiency of costs, the half usual of communication will be the mail electronic to the address that the Organization collegiate has established in their data institutional Basic or, in its case, to the address additional that , to this effect, the College organization set. When required acknowledgement of receipt of a communication, the Secretary of the College organization is responsible for ensuring their realization within a maximum of 48 hours on business day from shipping. Before an acknowledgment not carried out the collegiate organization repeat a second communication with the same formula, including additional institutional addresses which the collegiate organization is established, performing reliably.

Similarly, regular communications of College organizations with the Council will be carried out similarly by electronic mail and return receipt to the address of the Secretariat of the Council, except against specific guideline, established by the Council, the present statutes or legislation.

The repeated omission of the acknowledgement of receipt or receipt of carried out reliably communications, will be held as neglect for the purposes specified in these statutes.

3. when a collegiate organization make use of shipments to individual emails (i.e., not to distribution lists) in addition to the recipient or recipients as such, will be incorporated as additional recipient any account of the collegiate organization, in a way as accreditation of performed shipment receipt in that account.

4. without prejudice to the foregoing, calls for assemblies and electoral processes will necessarily include shipping by a reliable means and the publication of the corresponding, on the front page of the website of the entity and without access restrictions.

5. College organizations shall endeavour to adapt the nature of the procedure to the importance of the subject of the communication, using procedures much more close or equivalent to the paragraph 1, the more affect rights and individual obligations.

Article 9. Situation of exercise of the profession.

He is considered to have the College in situation of exercise of the profession in technical computer science engineering, if he exercised his activity in any of the following ways: to) as a free professional, either independent or corporate form with other professionals in accordance with what the legal system and the present statutes.

(b) as a professional salaried of companies or of other professional or professional.

c) as officer or worker employed by any public administration.

TITLE II of the schools CHAPTER I purposes and functions of the colleges article 10. Weekends essential of those schools.

They are essential schools late in their respective territorial fields: to) management, in the field of its competence, in the exercise of the profession of engineering in computer science, in accordance with the basic criteria which establish the General Council, to ensure ethics and professional dignity and the respect due to the society.

(b) the representation of the profession and the defense of the profession and of them interests professional of the collegiate.

(c) the protection of the interests of consumers and users, with respect to the services of these professionals.

(d) to promote the progress of the society of information and knowledge, and their contribution to the general interest.

e) ensure that, in its territory and within the framework of its powers, by the fulfilment of the constitutional provisions on the use of computers to ensure the honor and personal and family privacy of citizens and the full exercise of their rights, among which is the right to self-image.

(f) the defence and promotion of the engineering technical in computer as profession, through few activities can contribute to its development and progress.

(g) any other purposes that attributed him the law or these bylaws, and that contribute to the development of the engineering in computer science and society as a whole.

Article 11. Functions of the colleges.

Is the responsibility of schools, in its territorial area, the exercise of the following functions: to) exercising many functions are entrusted to it or delegated by public administrations and bodies of the State administration, of the administrations of the autonomous communities, as well as the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, the entities that make up the Local Administration to advise persons or entities, public or private, and to their own members, issuing reports, preparing statistics, solving queries or acting in arbitrations technical and economic at the request of the parties.

(b) participate in the councils or advisory bodies of the public administration in its competition and be represented in the social councils and University boards of Trustees, in the terms established by law.

(c) exercise disciplinary authority in the collegiate and professional order on referees.

(d) provide to the courts and tribunals, in accordance with the laws, the relationship of professionals who may be required to intervene as experts in judicial affairs, or designate them directly, as appropriate.

e) display, within its area of competence, the representation and defence of the rights and interests of the profession to all kinds of institutions, courts, courts, public administrations, social and private entities with authority to be part in many lawsuits affect the General or collective professional interests of the profession.

(f) measures leading to avoid the intrusion professional, in the terms established by law.

(g) collect and channel the aspirations of the profession, raising the corresponding public administration bodies suggestions related with the improvement and the rules which govern the provision of services.

(h) endorse projects and other professional work of referees only when requested by specific request of customers.

(i) order is of the collection of them perceptions, remunerations u honorary professional accrued in the exercise free of the profession, when the College it request expressly, in them cases in that the College have created them services appropriate and in them conditions that is determine in them statutes particular of each College.

(j) inform and decide in those procedures administrative or judicial in that is discuss issues related with them honorary professional of them collegiate and set scales orientative to them alone effects of pricing of coasts.

(k) intervene, via of conciliation or arbitration on issues that for professional reasons may arise between collegiate or between these and its customers, and resolve by award, at the request of the parties concerned, any discrepancies that may arise.

(l) take collegiate records.

(m) create and maintain a one-stop shop, in the terms provided for in the law.

(n) prepare and publish an annual report, in the terms laid down in the law and these bylaws.

(n) create and maintain a collegiate and service users or consumers.

(o) participate in the preparation of curricula and report the rules of organization of educational institutions corresponding to the respective professions, provided that so request these centres, maintaining permanent contact with them and prepare the information needed to facilitate access to the professional life of new professionals.

(p) comply with and enforce laws, collegiate organization general statutes and particular statutes of each school and internal regime regulations, as well as the standards and decisions taken by collegial bodies, in their competition to referees.

(q) to ensure harmony and cooperation among the members, ensuring that they develop their professional activity in free competition, subject to the limits laid down in law 15/2007, of 3 July, competition, law 3/1991 of January 10, unfair competition and in law 34/1998, of 11 November General advertising.

(r) organize activities and common services of interest to the collegiate, professional, educational, cultural, health care and welfare and other similar, contributing to the economic sustainability through the necessary means.


(s) responding to requests for information on his collegiate and firm they-imposed sanctions, as well as requests for inspection or investigation, making them any competent authority of a Member State of the European Union or of the institutions of the European Union, in the terms provided by law 17/2009, of November 23, on free access to the services and your exercise activities in particular, in regards to requests for information and carry out checks, inspections and investigations are duly substantiated and that the information gathered is used only for the purpose for which it was requested.

(t) carry out the functions of the competent authority in the terms reflected in legislation and specifically in law 17/2009, of November 23, on free access to service activities and the exercise.

(u) promote and develop mediation as well as duties of national and international arbitration in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in force.

(v) any other function that would compromise the interests of referees or of technical engineering in computer science.

CHAPTER II Organization of the College and electoral process article 12. Basic organization.

It is the responsibility of each College establish and regulate their internal organization, in accordance with the following basic chart: a) General Assembly.

(b) Governing Board.

(c) Presidency or Deanship.

Article 13. General Assembly.

1. the General Assembly is the supreme organ of expression of the will of the College, and is governed by the principles of equal and democratic participation of all referees. The participation in the Assembly will be personal, and can perform is also by representation or delegation, whenever them statutes particular of them colleges it contemplated.

(2. the Assembly General assumes as own them powers following: to) develop the statutes particular of the College.

(b) approve the regulation of regime inside of the school, without prejudice of the Faculty of it Board of Government to approve them corresponding policy of development.

(c) approve the liquidation of those budgets, balance sheets and accounts annual of the year expired.

(d) approve the plan annual of Government, as well as the budgets of the year in course, and the ratings of credit.

(e) approve each year the memory corresponding to the exercise expired, that will contain as minimum the information that requires for the same it legislation basic on schools, besides the liquidation of them budgets, balances and accounts annual.

(f) authorize them acts of disposal of them goods estate own and rights real constituted on these, as well as of the remaining goods heritage own that listed inventoried as of considerable value.

(g) controlling the management of the Board of Governors, gathering reports and adopting, where appropriate, timely motions.

3. the particular statutes of each College will regulate convocation, celebration and periodicity of meetings, that minimum will be annual. In any case the call will include communication to referees by a reliable means and the simultaneous publication of the call on the cover of the public portion of the official web site of the College with indication of the day, place, time and the corresponding order of the day.

Article 14. Governing Board.

1. the Governing Board is the organ of administration and management of the College which exerts this competencies not reserved to the General Assembly in accordance with the previous article, specifically assigned by the particular statutes to other collegiate bodies.

2 particular statutes of each College will regulate the composition, form of election and terms of office of the Board of Governors, which will in any case have a Dean or President, Dean or Vice President, Secretary and a Treasurer.

3. without prejudice of them functions that is determine in them statutes particular, will correspond to the Secretary the exercise of it function of coordination administrative of them different organs and services of the College, being the responsible of it record documentary of them agreements of the Assembly and it Board of Government, the emission of certified, it custody documentary, it elaboration of it memory annual , the remission to the Council General of them data institutional basic of the College and ensure with diligence by the compliance of the present statutes and them statutes particular in the operation of the College.

4. equally without prejudice to the functions determined in the particular statutes, shall be responsible for the Treasurer the exercise of the function of the economic management of the College, being responsible for the presentation of the budgets of income, expenditure and economic reports, as well as the establishment of means for the collection of quotas and their management and realization of banking control to be carried out by the College , as in the opening, disposal and cancellation of accounts, which will be always of cash available to the Treasurer and one or more members of the Board of Governors.

5. by internal agreement of the same will proceed to the designation of the representatives of the school in the General Council.

Article 15. Presidency or Deanship.

1. the legal representation of the Association correspond to who holds the Presidency or Deanship, who also presides over the General Assembly and the Governing Council, ensuring the proper implementation of their agreements and adopting appropriate measures in cases of emergency.

2 If who holds the Presidency or Deanship ceases in the exercise of the profession, within a maximum period of one month, it shall submit the continuity in the exercise of the charge until the terms of reference, the decision of the General Assembly of the Association. Not receiving confirmation by the General Assembly, there will be an immediate cessation of the President or Dean and will proceed as they have the particular statutes of each school.

Article 16. Electoral process.

1. the elections for the appointment of the boards of Government's schools conform to the principle of free and equal participation of referees, notwithstanding that the particular statutes of each College to establish up to twice the valuation of the vote of the self-employed, with respect to the not practicing.

2. membership members with right to vote, in accordance with their particular statutes will be electors. They shall be eligible for nominations referees that, showing the condition of electors, are not in ban or legal or statutory disability and meet the conditions required by the respective electoral rules.

3. do not they may impose conditions to qualify for nominations that exclude more than quarter of collegiate, with the exception of the requirement of professional practice. In the case of antiquity in the licensing conditions may not require more than two years, and in the case of professional practice may not require more than four years.

4. them statutes particular of them schools will establish the number maximum of mandates consecutive and its duration, that not can be superior to six years.

5. the vote is will exercise personally, by mail postal, or by via electronics, in accordance with what is set to the effect to ensure its authenticity.

6. in the term of 5 days from it Constitution of it Board of Government of the College, the Secretary of the Board of Government, must communicate its composition together with them data institutional basic to the Council General, in his case to the Council autonomic respective and to the organ competent of it community autonomous. Is understood by data institutional basic the denomination or denominations official of the College professional, NIF, address postal, website, point of access electronic only and mail electronic institutional. Also is communicated in the same term and to the same recipient any variation back in the composition of the Board of Government and such data institutional Basic.

CHAPTER III of the collegiate article 17. Admitted to the bar, income and transfers.

1 the schools be integrated into professionals who are in possession of at least one of the following titles: to) official university degree, in accordance with the Royal Decree 1460 / 1990 of 26 October, which establishes the degree technical engineer officer in computer management and general directives of curricula leading to obtain one or the Royal Decree 1461 / 1990 , 26 October, which establishes the University title technical engineer officer in computer systems and the general directives of the plans of studies leading to the obtaining of one, or title of diploma in computer science in accordance with the Royal Decree 1954 / 1994, of 30 September, on recognition of qualifications to the of the catalogue of official university qualifications created by Royal Decree 1497 / 1987 , 27 November.

(b) title University official of grade linked with the profession of engineer technical in computer, and that comply with them conditions established in the annex II of the agreement of the Council of universities by which is established recommendations for the proposed by them universities of memories of application of titles official in them areas of the engineering computer, engineering technical computer e Engineering chemical , posted by resolution of 8 of June of 2009, of the Secretary General of universities.


(c) declared degree equivalent to the Spanish university degree titles associated with the profession of engineer in computer science, corresponding to the specific field technologies of information and communication (technology ICT) of annex II of Royal Decree 967/2014, of 21 November, which establish the requirements and the procedure for approval and Declaration of equivalent qualification and official University academic level and for the validation of foreign studies of higher education , and the procedure to determine the correspondence to them levels of the frame Spanish of qualifications for it education top of them titles official of architect, engineer, graduate, architect technical, engineer technical and diploma.

2. membership will be voluntary, except statutory provision that provides for otherwise. To such end them schools will have of them media necessary for them applicants can process their licensing by via electronic, to distance and of form free in them terms of the legislation basic on schools professional.

If the respective particular statutes include registration fee amount may not exceed the costs of processing the same.

3. the schools may not require to referees, that they exercise in a territory other than of its membership, communication, enabling any, nor the payment of economic considerations other than those that usually require their members for the provision of services which are beneficiaries and who are not covered by the collegiate fee.

4. in the case of professional practice in separate territory of the Association, and for the purposes of exercising the powers of management and disciplinary power corresponding to the school of the territory in which the professional activity, for the benefit of the consumers and users is exercised, schools should use communication mechanisms and systems of administrative cooperation between competent authorities under the law 17/2009 November 23, on free access to service activities and the exercise. The sanctions imposed, in his case, by the College of the territory in which is exercise the activity professional shall have full effects in all Spain.

5. in the case of temporary or occasional displacement of a professional in another Member State of the European Union, shall apply the provisions on the recognition of professional qualifications, in the Real Decree 1837 / 2008, of 8 November, which incorporated into Spanish law the Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 , and the directive 2006/100/EC of the Council of November 20, 2006, relating to the recognition of professional qualifications, as well as to certain aspects of the practice of the profession of lawyer.

Article 18. Classes of members of the College.

Establish the following types of members for schools: to) regular chartered: shall be those persons who meet the requirements set out in article 17.1. Ordinary collegiate members shall be practicing or non-practicing.

(b) collegiate honor: those natural or legal persons which merits professionals or academics have undertaken with respect to professionals of technical engineering in computer science, or in relation to the sciences and information technologies in general, or with respect to the collegiate organization in general, or of a school in particular.

They may also be members of honor those who have excelled for their special work in the interest of citizens in science and information technology, in accordance with their respective statutes of particular provisions.

Article 19. Precolegiado.

1 schools may define in the particular statutes the figure of the precolegiado to incorporate those students who are studying any of official university qualifications related to the exercise of the profession of engineer in computer science.

2. them precolegiados not will be members of the College or will participate of the membership or of the exercise professional, while can conceive is as a form of collaboration with the Corporation with a status legal particular that will be defined by the Organization collegiate that opt by its existence.

Article 20. Rights of referees.

(1. are rights General of those collegiate ordinary: to) attend, with voice and vote, to the assemblies.

(b) ask the governing bodies formulating requests and complaints, and gathering information on collegiate activity.

(c) choose and be chosen for charges managers in the conditions that mark them statutes particular.

(d) requiring the intervention of the school or his report, where appropriate.

e) be covered by the school insofar as it affects their status as professional technical engineering in computer science.

(f) enjoy concessions, benefits, rights and benefits that are granted to referees in general, for themselves or their families.

(g) perform, through the system of window only, them procedures necessary and get it information accurate for the access to your activity professional and its exercise, including the licensing and the low of form electronic.

2 the collegiate honor will have the same rights as members members except for those expressed in paragraphs to), c) and e).

Article 21. Duties of registered members.

1 General duties of referees: to) submit to legal and statutory regulations, standards and applications of the professional ethics and the College disciplinary system.

(b) observe a behavior worthy of their professional status and job that exercising, playing with honesty, zeal and competence.

(c) establish, maintain and strengthen the relations of union and fellowship that must exist between all professionals of technical engineering in computer science.

2 special duties of the collegial members: to) contribute promptly to the economic sustainability of the school.

b) declare in due form their professional situation and other acts required him in its collegiate status, relating to their rights and obligations College.

(c) abide by and comply with the agreements adopted the corporate bodies in the sphere of its competence.

(d) inform the respective College how much circumstances of professional order are required for the performance of the College functions.

CHAPTER IV of the visa schoolboy article 22. Visa's projects.

1. the visa of the works Professional is voluntary.

2. However, those schools must meet them requests of visa of their collegiate, organizing them services appropriate for this. Requests may be processed electronically.

3. the visa shall verify identity and professional qualification of the author of the work, using collegiate records, as well as the correction and formal integrity of documentation of work according to the standards by which it is governed or applicable.

Also, Visa will express clearly what is its object, detailing the ends under control and will report on the subsidiary responsibility, which assumes the school for damages for a professional work visa by own school, provided that such damages are caused by defects that had due being made manifest by the College visar professional work and directly pertaining to items that have been visas in this work concrete.

The visa shall not include the technical control of the optional elements of professional work. You will not understand professional fees or other contractual conditions, whose determination is left to the free agreement of the parties.

4. the cost of the visa will be reasonable, not abusive or discriminatory. Schools will make public the prices of work visas.

CHAPTER V economic and budget resources of the colleges article 23. Economic resources.

The schools will benefit from the following resources: to) the amount of fees that meet referees.

(b) income, products and interests of its heritage.

(c) donations, legacies, inheritances and subsidies which the College could be beneficiary.

(d) the contributions, where appropriate, public or private entities.

(e) the rights corresponding perceive the school for services rendered to members or third parties, as the visa of the work carried out by referees, certifications of documents or other services other than the previous. Those amounts to perceive by such services will be fixed by the Assembly General of each school.

(f) the benefits derived of opinions, advice, courses, seminars, sale of publications or printed and other activities.

(g) the benefits of their contracts and concerts with institutions public or private.

(h) where by any other concept applicable according to the regulations applicable.

Article 24. Quotas.

1. them quotas that for the support of the College, come obliged to meet them collegiate will be of two kinds: ordinary and extraordinary that must be agreed by the Assembly General.

2. the Council General, by agreement of its Assembly General, may establish a fee collegiate minimum annual for all them schools that in no case will be superior to the 5 percent of the wage minimum interprofessional.


3. for them collegiate not practicing and of honor is will be for their determination to it willing in those statutes particular corresponding.

4. the particular statutes may provide for special conditions in fees, rights and duties of self-employed referees in correlation with temporary, or extraordinary situations especially in relation to the situation of unemployment.

Article 25. Payment and collection of dues.

1. the particular statutes from each school will determine the form of payment and collection of quota contributions.

2. If any College there in mora, the College will be required so that it meets its debt within a maximum period which determine their individual statutes, which shall be a maximum of six months. If spend another month from the requirement without do effective their debits College, the collegiate moroso will be automatically suspended from them rights that you recognize them present statutes. The suspension will remain until the proper College economic duties, without prejudice to their eventual legal claim from via.

3. when there is a repeated breach of the payment of school fees, and they had three months since the order for payment without that the College has regularised its situation, College may deal the final low.

Article 26. Budgets.

The economic regime of the colleges is budgetary. The budget will be unique and will include all revenue and expenditure of the College and must refer to the calendar year.

Article 27. Contributions to the General Council.

Them schools and, in his case, those tips autonomic, must meet them contributions economic approved by the Assembly General of the Council General.

TITLE III on the Council General of schools CHAPTER I provisions general article 28. The General Council.

1. the Council General of schools official of engineering technical in computer is a corporation of right public, without mood of profit, equipped with of personality legal own and full capacity of Act for the compliance of their purposes, covered in the article 36 of the Constitution Spanish, constituted by the law 21 / 2009, of 4 of December, of creation of the Council General of schools official of engineering technical in computer and governed according to it arranged by this Law 2/1974, 13 February, professional associations and other applicable legislation, and in matters not provided for by the aforementioned, by these statutes.

2. the Council General will be integrated by all the schools of engineering technique in computer existing in Spain.

3. the acronym of the Council will be CONCITI.

Article 29. Purposes.

They are essential General Council purposes: to) promote the progress of the information society and knowledge in Spain, and its contribution to the general interest.

(b) ensure, in the field of your competition, by the compliance of them precepts constitutional on the use of the computer to ensure the honor and the privacy personal and family of them citizens and the full exercise of their rights, between which is is the right to it own image.

(c) coordinate and represent schools and, where appropriate, regional councils, in terms of the functions which are you own and are regulated in their statutes, in the national and international levels.

(d) the institutional representation, in the scope of its competence, technical engineering in computer science.

e) defense in the field of the competence of the professional interests of computing technical engineers, as well as the protection of the interests of consumers and users of the services of these professionals.

(f) the defence and promotion of the engineering technical in computer as profession, through few activities can contribute to its development and progress.

(g) any other purposes that attributed him the law or these bylaws, and that contribute to the development of the engineering in computer science and society as a whole.

Article 30. Functions.

1 are functions of the General Council, when they have scope or national impact, which are then cited, provided do not come into conflict with the powers of the various colleges and regional councils: to) how many functions result in benefit of the protection of the interests of consumers and users of the services of the members of collegiate member corporations.

(b) exercising many functions are entrusted to it by the public administration and to collaborate with this by conducting studies, issuing reports, statistics and other activities related to its purposes that can be requested or agreed to formulate on its own initiative.

(c) represent laying down laws for the fulfilment of its purposes.

(d) participate in the councils or advisory bodies of the public administration in the field of competence of technical engineering in computer science, in the terms established by law.

(e) be represented in the College boards, when legally proceed.

(f) participate in the preparation of curricula and learn the rules of organization of educational institutions corresponding to technical engineering in computer science, in cases in which such participation is required by schools, and maintain constant contact with them and prepare the information needed to facilitate access to the professional life of new professionals.

(g) hold, in its scope, the representation of the profession and the defence of the profession to the public administration, institutions, courts, tribunals, entities and individuals, with authority to be part in few disputes affect the professional interests and exercise the right to request, in accordance with the law.

(h) order in the field of its competence the professional activity of the collegiate of Member corporations, ensuring the ethical and professional dignity and respect for the rights of individuals and exercise the disciplinary power in collegiate and professional order.

(i) organizing activities and common services of interest for collegiate members corporations, professional, educational, cultural, health care and welfare and other similar, contributing to the economic sustainability through the necessary means.

(j) ensure the harmony and collaboration between them collegiate of them corporations members, and between these and them others professional, as well as in general, promote the equality of gender.

(k) measures leading to avoid the intrusion professional, in the terms established by law.

(l) intervene, via of conciliation or arbitration in matters which, for professional reasons, between the collegiate member corporations.

(m) award, at the request of interested parties, solve discrepancies which may arise on the fulfilment of obligations of the work done by the collegiate members corporations in the exercise of the profession.

(n) information in judicial or administrative proceedings in which professional fees are discussed.

(n) organise, where appropriate, courses for the postgraduate vocational training.

(o) comply and enforce General and special laws and statutes and internal regime regulations, as well as the rules and decisions taken by collegial bodies, in their competition to the collegiate member corporations.

(p) address requests for information on the collegiate of Member corporations and the firm sanctions they imposed, as well as requests for inspection or research that ask you any competent authority of a Member State of the European Union or of the institutions of the European Union, in the terms provided for in the law 17/2009, of 23 November on free access to services and its exercise, in particular, activities in what refers to requests for information and carry out checks, inspections and investigations are duly substantiated and that the information gathered is used only for the purpose for which it was requested.

(q) to exercise disciplinary functions with respect to the members of the boards of schools of Government and members of the colleges of the regional councils and one's own General Council, and settling disputes that may arise between different schools, in accordance with the provisions of article 9 of the law 2/1974, February 13 , and without prejudice of what could have other provisions. This function will be exercised by the Board of Government of the Council General or, in their case, by what is available in the regulation of regime inside of the Council General.

(r) few other functions result in benefit of those interests professional of the collegiate of them corporations members.

2 are the specific functions of the General Council, at the national level: to) the participation in the elaboration, within the scope of the European Union, of codes of conduct, intended to facilitate the free exercise of the profession or the establishment of a professional in another Member State, respecting in any case the rules of the competition.

(b) establish instruments for cooperation with the respective schools to make effective communication mechanisms and systems of administrative cooperation.

(c) coordination and joint representation of the councils and colleges existing in Spain.


(d) draw up the general statutes of schools, as well as their own.

(e) approve the particular statutes and visar inside schools regime regulations.

(f) settling disputes that may arise between the various colleges.

(g) adopt the measures necessary to them schools meet them resolutions of the own Council General dictated in matter of their competition.

(h) to exercise disciplinary functions with respect to the members of the General Council and, unless otherwise specified in the autonomic regulation, with respect to members of boards of Government for schools.

(i) approve their budgets and regular and set fairly the contributions of them schools.

(j) inform mandatorily all draft amendment of the legislation on professional associations.

(k) take on the representation of the professionals registered in Spain with similar entities in other Nations.

(l) organize with character national institutions and services of assistance and forecast and collaborate with the Administration public for the application to the professional Collegiate of the system of security social more suitable.

(m) try to get the highest level of employment of the collegiate of Member corporations, collaborating with the public administration to the extent that is necessary.

(n) adopt the measures that deems suitable for complete provisionally with them collegiate more ancient them together of Government of them schools when is produce them vacant of more than the half of them charges of those. The provisional board, thus constituted, shall exercise their functions until they take office designated under election, which will be held in accordance with the statutory provisions.

(n) ensure that ensure compliance with the conditions required by the laws and the statutes for the presentation and proclamation of candidates for the positions of the joints of Government for schools.

(o) many other functions serve the fulfilment of its purposes, in accordance with the law.

Article 31. Headquarters.

1. the Assembly General may designate the location of the headquarters institutional of the Council General, as well as the headquarters electronic.

2. the Executive headquarters of the General Council will be the school of who holds the Presidency of the Board of Governors.

3. irrespective of the institutional and executive offices of the General Council, the communications forwarded to the General Council through records of entry and point of unique electronic access of any colleges or regional councils of Spain will be valid.

For this purpose, the secretariats of each Corporation processed with due diligence the writings and communications forwarded to the General Council through them.

4. also, the Assembly General and the Board of Government may celebrate them meetings in places different from any of their headquarters.

Article 32. Organs of Government.

1. the General Council governing bodies are the General Assembly and the Governing Board.

2. the governing bodies have full independence to the performance of the emanating duties laws and these bylaws, ensuring, in any case, the joint and coordinated action for the fulfilment of the purposes of the Council.

CHAPTER II of the General Assembly article 33. Competencies.

The General Assembly is the highest organ of Government of the General Council, and as such assumes the following responsibilities: to) elect the Governing Board charges.

(b) Cesar to the Board of Government or any of their charges through the adoption of the vote of censorship.

(c) draw up the general statutes referred to in article 6(2). the law on professional associations, according to the provisions of the second transitional provision, apartado apartado second, law 21/2009 of 4 December, creation of the General Council of official colleges of engineering in computer science.

(d) approve the liquidation of budgets, balance sheets and annual accounts of the year expired.

(e) approve the annual plan of Government, as well as current year budgets, and credit allotments.

(f) approve every year the memory corresponding to the expired period, containing at least the information required by article 7 of these bylaws for the same.

(g) authorize the acts available to own immovable property and real rights constituted about these, as well as the remaining own assets appearing inventoried as of considerable value.

(h) controlling the management of the Board of Governors, gathering reports and adopting, where appropriate, timely motions.

Article 34. Composition.

The Assembly General of the General Council is composed of the following members: to) who hold the Presidency or Deanship of every professional college or those bylaws to replace them.

(b) a maximum of two additional representatives, members from each school, designated by the corresponding Government from among the professional body to hold the status of delegates to the General Assembly.

(c) the members of the Governing Board of the Council, with voice, and in his case, vote, insofar as they are delegates to the General Assembly.

Article 35. Meetings.

1. the General Assembly shall meet, on a regular basis, once a year, within the first quarter of the year.

2 the General Assembly will meet extraordinary request, either: a) the Governing Board.

(b) at least one-third of the schools that comprise the General Council with a representation of coefficients of at least one-fifth of the total number of coefficients of the schools aware of payment of dues.

The extraordinary General Assembly shall be held within a maximum period of one month from the request, with the strict agenda proposed applicants.

3. by mandate of the President of the Council General, the secretariat will be call by written in format paper or digital sent to it address postal or address electronic, u others means of contact that is have enabled of form irrefutable, to the headquarters of the College or directly to the own interested, with the place, date, time and order of the day and with, unless , 15 days of advance, except in the cases of urgency justified in which may convene is of form reliable with a minimum of 5 days of anticipation.

In the case of the Assembly ordinary, the order of the day will include, at least, a report of the President of the Council General, memory annual, approval of accounts and budgets, plan annual of Government, propositions that is made from them schools and pleas and questions.

Each call will include an express section that informs about each Corporation, its coefficient of assigned votes and outstanding financial contributions that could lead to the loss of voting rights.

4 such call will be inserted on the Bulletin Board of the General Council, and, where applicable, on the website of the General Council, with indication of the day, place, time and the corresponding order of the day.

5 the following topics can only undergo approval at an extraordinary General Assembly: to) modify the statutes General for schools and their own General Council.

(b) authorize the Governing Board for the alienation of property forming part of the heritage of the College Corporation.

(c) censure the actions of the Governing Board.

(d) agree the merger, absorption, segregation and dissolution of the General Council.

(e) approve the regulations of the internal regime of the General Council.

(f) approve the code of ethics.

6. the General Assembly shall be validly constituted when, duly convened, assist in first call the absolute majority of its members entitled to vote and, in second call 30 minutes later, either as the number of attendees.

Assistance may be non-Presential provided that Governing Board otherwise and organize and available electronic media allow follow and intervene in the Assembly normally provided that its development mechanism is regulated in the internal regime regulations.

7 in any case, the presence of the following positions is necessary so that the General Assembly is validly constituted: a) in first call, President and first Secretary.

(b) on second call, the Presidency or one of the Vice-Chairs, and at least one of the Secretaries.

(c) if it is a call of the extraordinary at the request of the members of the General Assembly, just the presence of two organizing members in second call, who would assume the Presidency and secretariat of the session in the absence of the Governing Board charges.

8. who holds the Presidency of the Board of Governors, or who will replace him in the General Assembly, will to preside over the meeting, as well as maintain order, granting the use of the word and moderate development of the discussions.

Article 36. Representation.

1 to each school you will be: to) a coefficient of vote, determined as the proportion of the number of licensed professionals in the school in relation to the Census total of licensed professionals throughout the national territory, both accredited to the date of announcement of each General Assembly, and expressed as a percentage with a maximum of two decimal digits.

(b) three votes individual, corresponding to the number maximum of members that can assist to the Assembly General in representation of a corporation.


2. each representative will hold the corresponding portion of the coefficient of each school, as well as a single vote.

If there are less than three representatives from each school, the Dean or President of the Corporation or who bylaws can replace him accumulate fractions of the coefficients and the not attributable individual votes.

3. members appointed by the regional councils will have voice in meetings, but will lack individual voting and by coefficient, except that some of the colleges that make up the delegaran fully and expressly in these their representation.

In this case, the criterion of distribution to their representatives will be the same as laid down in the preceding paragraph for schools, taking the sum of individual votes and coefficients of those schools that had delegated its representation for the assignment.

4. them Secretaries of each College must send of form irrefutable to the Secretariat of the Council General, with unless 2 days of advance to it celebration of it Assembly General, a certified in which stating them names of them representatives of the College for it Assembly General, who must accredit properly its identity before it secretariat of the Council with character prior to the celebration of it meeting.

This certificate is not necessary when variations occur not in the members attending on behalf of a particular Corporation.

5. them schools must be to the current of the payment of the fees planned in the article 53 of them present statutes for do assert their rights of representation before the Assembly of the Council General, as is specifies in the article 38.5 of them present statutes.

6. the regional councils, if any, will be represented to the extent that they are schools that integrate them.

Article 37. Census of Chartered.

1. for perform the calculation of them coefficients of representation of the article previous, each College sent to the Secretariat of the Council General, with at least two days of advance concerning it Assembly General, a certified in which record the number of collegiate registered to date of the call, that will be taken as base of said computation with regard to the total national.

2 colleges of territorial scope shall provide the General Council on collegiate information necessary for the fulfilment of their legal obligations. As minimum will facilitate the following information relative to them collegiate: name and surname of them professional collegiate, number of licensing, titles official of which are in possession, address professional, mail electronic, situation of enabling professional, and date of licensing. This updated information will be done at least once a year and, in any case, as complementary to the certificate of census of collegiate for the calculation of the coefficients of representation.

Article 38. Adoption of agreements.

1. for the adoption of agreements will be required the most simple of them votes individual valid issued (present or represented), that to its time pose the most simple of the sum of coefficients except in them cases planned in them paragraphs following.

(2. is will require the vote favorable of, at least, them two third parts of them votes individual valid issued, whose sum of coefficients to its time represent unless them two third parts of the sum total of coefficients corresponding to them votes individual valid issued for them following agreements: to) approval of the proposed of statutes General of them schools and them statutes of the Council General.

(b) the motion of censure of the Governing Board or any of its members.

3. in the event of a tie, it will settle the vote of the Presidency.

4. the voting shall be public.

5. those schools that have not satisfied the financial contributions have that obligation, will lose their right to vote in the General Assembly. Only will be considered as possible individual votes valid, present or represented, as well as their coefficients, to representatives of schools that are aware of their economic contributions.

Article 39. Cessation of the practice of the profession of the members of the Assembly.

1. case of that the President or Dean of a college cessation of the practice of the profession, will be as provided in article 15.2 and below should contact the Secretariat of the Council the decision of the General Assembly of the College on your confirmation or not in office.

2. in the event that any of the rest of the representatives of a school in the Assembly General cessation of the practice of the profession, continuity in the exercise of the office shall be submitted to the decision of the Governing Board of their school. The Board of Government may ratify in the charge to such person or propose to another person different that pass to occupy said cargo, made that must communicate is to the Secretariat of the Council.

CHAPTER III of article 40 Governing Board. Composition.

(1. the Board of Government will be composed by the following charges: to) Presidency.

(b) first Vice-President and, optionally, second Vice-Chair.

(c) Secretariat and, optionally, Deputy.

(d) Treasury.

2 there will be as many members as schools, with the restriction that a same school may not have more than one Vocalia, can be left vacant by decision of every professional college.

3. no school may have more than three members in the Governing Board.

Article 41. Elections.

1. the General Assembly shall elect, from among the candidates who opt in charge, a Governing Board for the development and execution of the functions set out in these statutes and mandates and agreements approved by the General Assembly. May opt to the candidates them people collegiate that not are falling in prohibition or disability legal, statutory or disciplinary.

2. the call for elections must be carried out it the Governing Board at least 45 days prior to the date of celebration, and communicate reliably to corporations at the same time the percentage of participation of corporations that make up the Council, this percentage may vary in accordance with the provisions of article 37. These participation rates will be available on the website of the Board or its secretariat.

3 schools that wish to make any claim against the percentages of participation should formalize it in within 5 days of being exposed and reported. These claims shall be resolved by the Governing Board within 3 days of the expiry of the period to formulate them, and the resolution must be notified of reliably to each claimant within 10 days. In the case of no-show no claim will be by accepted the presented percentages. The Governing Board shall be 3 days before the date fixed for the holding of the elections, to make public the final percentages on the website of the Council and to your submission to the secretariats of the colleges forming the Council.

4. the President shall be elected by all the Presidents and deans of Spain or, in their absence, by those who replace bylaws from among the candidates presented President.

The rest of charges will be presented individually, so the method to be followed will be that of open lists.

5 will be the place, date and time for the vote, specifying the opening time and closing where is made the same.

6. the candidates for President for each nomination may present briefly circumstances and his candidacy program, before proceeding to the vote. The maximum time of presentation will be of 20 minutes to distribute among all the candidates.

7. them members of the Assembly will vote the nominations to posts to title individual if had more than one candidacy to a same charge, resulting chosen that that get a greater number of votes and proportion of coefficients. In case of a single candidacy to a charge, this will be chosen directly not being required a vote.

8. in the previous votes, in case of draw or of not comply is them majorities joint of votes and coefficients, is will proceed to a vote in second turned in which will prevail them coefficients assigned to them schools.

Article 42. Validity of the charges.

1. the duration of the mandate of the members of the Board of Government will be of four years.

2. the members of the Board of Government may occupy a same charge a maximum of two mandates consecutive.

3 the members of the Governing Board shall be terminated when any of the following circumstances: to) loss of the status of members of the General Assembly.

(b) resignation.

(c) by motion of censure passed in accordance with these statutes.

(d) by termination of the mandate according to it provisions in the paragraph 1 of this article.

(e) by cause low as a member College.

(f) by transfer is of its College of origin to another that already count with three members in the Board of Government.


(g) due to lack of attendance at meetings of the Board of Governors. The lack of assistance, to three consecutive meetings or five alternate, is estimated as automatic resignation and lead joined an immediate cessation, except that it attributed to disease, force majeure or any other cause. There will be a period of 20 days counted from the day following the meeting to make the person concerned reach the Secretariat of the written informing Council accompanied if necessary of any supporting document from the reason for the absence. In the written is will indicate if is is of disease, force greater or other justification.

4 in such cases: to) where it causes low a charge of vocal, the school that owns the vowel, can choose from among the members of the Assembly representing this school to the new person who will assume the position, after which the Governing Council will give account to the General Assembly at the next regular meeting.

(b) where cause low one of them charges main, except for it Presidency, it Board of Government will proceed to its replacement between them members of it together, of not have no interested, it together shall appoint between them members of the Assembly and are interested in form part of she, to it new person that will occupy the charge after which the Governing Board will give account to the General Assembly at the next regular meeting, of not being occupied the vacancy, the remaining Governing Board shall convene elections urgently in within a month, following the procedure described in article 41.

5 If the vacancy of more than half of the members of the Board of Governors or of the Presidency, the remaining members of the Board convene elections urgently in within a month, following the procedure described in article 41.

Article 43. Cessation in the exercise of the profession of the members of the Board of Government.

(Where some Member of the Board of Government cessation in the exercise of the profession, is will proceed according to the following procedure: to) in the term maximum of a month, is shall submit it continuity in the exercise of the charge, until exhaust the mandate, to it decision of who corresponds in accordance with the charge that occupy in your college according to it willing in the article 39. The confirmation is not received, the Member shall immediately cease in office.

(b) to have received confirmation in the exercise of the office, it must be notified to the Secretariat of the Council, which shall convene the extraordinary General Assembly of the Council so that it ratifies its continuity in the exercise of the office within the period of one month.

(c) in case of receiving the ratification by the Assembly of the Council, the Member can continue occupying the position on the Board until his term.

In case of not receiving the ratification by the Assembly of the Council, it will mean the immediate cessation of the Member of the Board of Governors and shall be in accordance with the provisions of article 42.

Article 44. Functions.

They are powers of the Governing Board: a) the management and administration of the General Council and the assets of this.

(b) develop and raise to the Assembly General, for its approval, them programs of action corresponding to the development of the guidelines and lines General of political professional established by that.

(c) the implementation of the agreements of the General Assembly.

(d) the elaboration of drafts of draft regulations, codes and other State-level College standards.

(e) the preparation of the issues that must be treated by the Assembly General.

(f) the development and issuance of reports on legislative proposals for the General Administration of the State, in the cases legally provided for.

(g) the resolution of them resource interposed before the Council General, as are competition of this.

(h) the promotion of measures of image of the profession.

(i) the information to schools, and regional councils, as well as to the members of the General Assembly of his performances and how issues affect them.

(j) issuing awards.

(k) all functions and activities necessary and inherent to the functioning and activities of the General Council, and non-competence of the General Assembly.

(l) promote the establishment of professional associations in the autonomous communities that lack them, as well as in the cities of Ceuta and Melilla.

(m) approve the work plans and agree to the creation of many committees, working groups or committees are necessary, they must be ratified in the next Assembly.

Article 45. Motion of censure.

1. the Assembly General may propose the motion of censorship of the Board of Government or of any of its members.

2. the motion of censure must be proposed at least by the third part of the members of the General Assembly and should be expressed clearly the grounds on which it is founded.

3 presented the motion, the Presidency shall convene of informing the General Assembly with an extraordinary nature within a maximum of one month and 15 days in advance at least. If not do it well, it will have the authority to convene it's informing the oldest Member of the signatories of the motion of censure.

4. the approval of the motion of censure to the Government Board shall entail the holding, within the maximum period of one month, a new election of the Governing Board, continuing in the meantime this functions until the takeover of the new elected officials.

5. those who have submitted a motion of censure to the Governing Board may not formulate any against the same Governing Board within the period of one year.

6. the Governing Board shall submit to the Assembly General vote of confidence for the ratification of their management or Government program, whose formulation, processing and effects shall comply with the provisions for the motion of censure.

Article 46. Call for proposals and meetings.

1. the Governing Board shall meet, as a minimum, on a quarterly basis or upon request the Presidency or three of its members by means of reliable communication to the Presidency.

2. proposals will be carried out by the Secretariat, mandated by the Presidency, with a minimum of 10 days in advance, of informing, expression of the place, date and time, as well as the order of the day. You should be non-Presential indicate the procedure to be followed for the implementation of this.

In cases of urgency justified the call can be made by any means of reliably 3 days in advance.

The calls will be sent of form irrefutable, at least, to them called, and to them Secretaries of all them schools.

3. the Governing Board shall be quorate whenever duly convened, on first call to attend two-thirds of its members, among them is the Presidency or one of the Vice-Chairs and the Secretariat, and in second call 30 minutes later, somebody that is the number of participants provided that among them is the Presidency or one of the Vice-Chairs and the Secretariat or Deputy.

4. the meetings of the Governing Board may be non Presential form to facilitate the attendance of all members, unless prior agreement of its members decide to make a face-to-face meeting, and should be approve the place, day and time of the next meeting. No face-to-face meetings should be done using the technological means that are necessary and ensure: to) the technological possibility of all members to participate in the meeting.

(b) the documentary evidence of the meeting and the agreements.

(c) members of the Governing Board must maintain at all times the privacy of the contents expressed in the course of the meeting, with the exception of those who by their nature, content and in accordance with the by-laws must be made public. Members of the Council shall be made of reliably to all corporations agreements.

5. meetings may be recording as support to the completion of the proceedings.

6. the proceedings of the meetings shall be put, duly signed, at the disposal of the collegiate organization within 20 days from the last meeting where we proceeded to the signing of the minutes.

Article 47. Adoption of agreements.

1. each Member of the Board of Governors holds a single vote, without that fit his delegation.

2. the agreements are taken by most simple of them present.

3. the vote of quality for the Presidency will settle the possible draws.

CHAPTER IV of the charges one-person article 48. Presidency.

(Are functions of who holds the Presidency of it Board of Government: to) convene and preside over the meetings of the Assembly General and Board of Government.

(b) coordinate the tasks of the Board of Government so facilitate and contribute to the compliance of their functions.

(c) represent to the Council General in all its areas of action and, in such quality, assume the representation of many rights and duties incumbent to the Council facing third, public or private.

(d) assume few competencies is derived of them present statutes, the legislation existing, which are precise for carry to out the normal operation of the Council General or which you refer the Assembly General.

(e) issuing awards.

Article 49. Vice Chairs.


1. who holds the vice-chairmanship will replace the President in case of vacancy, absence or illness and in all tasks entrusted by the Presidency, being necessary to inform of the performance of their tasks.

2. Likewise, you may have any other functions entrusted by the Board of Governors and not attributable to the rest of the charges.

3. who holds the second Vice-Presidency, if any, shall assume the functions of the first Vice President in case of absence or vacancy of this.

Article 50. Secretary and Deputy Secretary.

(1. are functions of who holds it secretariat of it Board of Government: to) it constancy documentary of them agreements of the Assembly General and the Board of Government, certifying them with the approval of the Presidency, and lifting Act of all them meetings.

(b) the custody and updating of the main contact details for the members of the General Assembly, and the institutional of the corporations of the Council, which will be available to all members of the General Assembly.

(c) receive and give accounts to the Presidency of all requests and communications referred to the Council.

(d) assume the administrative coordination of the various bodies and services of the General Council, as well as the Chief of staff of the General Council.

(e) assume few competencies is derived of them present statutes, of the legislation existing, as well as which you entrusted the Assembly General or the Presidency.

2. who holds the Deputy, if exist, will assume the functions of the Secretariat in case of absence or vacant of this.

Article 51. Treasury.

The functions of who holds the Treasury of the Governing Board are: to) economic management of the General Council and, therefore, their funds and their administration. This function may not be delegable under any circumstances.

(b) submit the budgets of income, expenditure and economic reports, as well as establishing means for the collection of quotas and their management.

(c) carry out the control of banking operations to be carried out by the Council.

(d) open, arrange, and cancel accounts, which will be always available to joint by the Treasurer and the President or Secretary.

(e) take many powers are derived from the present statutes, the legislation in force, as well as those entrusted to the General Assembly or the Presidency.

Article 52. Members.

1. the members shall have the function of coordinating the work of the commissions of work, working groups or committees that will be by agreement of the General Assembly.

2. may have, also, them functions that you entrusted it together of Government, as well as the fallback of those charges that were vacant, being necessary inform to the same of the development of its committed.

3 they will provide, in addition, many proposals contribute to the proper functioning of the General Council.

CHAPTER V of article 53 General Council funding. The quotas.

1. for the economic sustainability and the achievement of the purposes of the General Council, the General Assembly may fix fees as it deems necessary.

2. quotas may be ordinary or extraordinary.

3. the General Council, always to ensure the economic viability of the Corporation, may establish deferments of payment of assessed contributions by corporations.

Article 54. The collection of fees.

(1. the obligation of payment from them corporations to the Council General will be born when concur any of them following alleged: to) for the fees ordinary, with the shipping of any of them certified of census collegiate referred in the article 37 of them present statutes.

(b) in the case of extraordinary contributions, the day after the date of the General Assembly, which agreed to its establishment.

(c) in the case of schools, or regional councils, new creation, at the time that constitute its governing bodies.

2 the deadline for full payment of assessed contributions by corporations will be calculated, unless agreed otherwise in the General Assembly, in the following manner: to) dues for the last business day of the fourth month of the year.

(b) for extraordinary fees, six months after its approval, or that the General Assembly determined in the agreement which was established.

3 schools that do not carry out the corresponding fertilizer will incur the situation of disqualification of voting described in article 38.5 of these statutes.

Article 55. Dues.

1. every school must pay dues of the General Council according to the coefficient of representation of votes to date of the General Assembly which approved the establishment of the quota.

2. the amount of the fees will have annual unique character, regardless of the time of entry of each professional in a particular school.

Article 56. Extraordinary fees.

1. the extraordinary fees correspond to each corporation based on the coefficient of representation of vote.

2. the calculation of the proportion is held of form analog to the of them coefficients of vote, taking as date of reference, for the computation, the date of celebration of the Assembly General in which is approved the establishment of the quota.

Article 57. Other resources.

The General Council will have for its financing, in addition to the quotas referred to in the previous articles, the following income: to) rights or fees for the issuance of certifications, opinions, reports or other assessments that may be required, and are covered by the law.

(b) the yields of their heritage.

(c) revenues from publications or other paid services you have established.

(d) grants or donations received.

(e) how many other additional contributions expected legislation.

CHAPTER VI article 58 General Council employees. Competition for its designation and operating regime.

1. Governing Board, attending to the needs of the service, will determine and designate the number of employees of the Council, as well as the distribution of labour, salaries and bonuses.

2. the Secretary shall propose to the Governing Board the powers and functions to play by different employees.

3. the budget of the Council shall include appropriations relating to staff of the same. The Board may appoint, at unforeseen expense, any personnel deemed necessary.

TITLE IV of article 59 disciplinary regime. Applicable regulations.

1. the disciplinary of the members of the collegial organizations shall be governed by the provisions in these bylaws, in the code of ethics if it did exist and, as not particularly provided in therein, by the provisions of title IX, chapters I and II of law 30/1992, of November 26, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure and in the regulation of the procedure for the exercise of the authority sanctioning power approved by Royal Decree 1398 / 1993, of 4 August.

2. the disciplinary regime established in these statutes is understood without prejudice to the responsibilities of any kind incurred by referees in the development of the profession.

Article 60. Competition.

1. the professional colleges shall exercise disciplinary powers to correct actions and omissions that make their collegiate. This function will be exercised by the Board of Government of the College or in its case by what is available in them statutes particular and/or the regulation of regime inside of the College.

2. before imposing is any sanction, will be heard, if exists, the corresponding Commission ethics of it organization collegiate, whose report not will be binding.

3. the Organization collegiate will take a record of sanctions and will be forced to keep the record at least until the extinction of the responsibility disciplinary. The sanctions disciplinary firm is will be recorded in the record personal of the infringing. Such annotations is cancelled, of trade or to request of part, in the deadlines that are set in the article 66.4.

Article 61. Faults minor.

(1. is considered fouls mild: to) the breach from a College of them rules statutory or of them agreements adopted by the Corporation collegiate, unless constitute lack of superior entity.

(b) lack of respect for members of the colleges of the College Corporation in the exercise of their functions, when it is not lack serious or very serious.

2 special offences are considered those minor misconduct that requires, as qualifications in order to be copyright, the ostentation of a corporate charge: to) the neglect of duties or lack of diligence, without intention, in the fulfilment of its obligations as a member of the governing bodies of the organization.

(b) the breach by a member of a governing body of a territorial school of statutory regulations or decisions validly adopted by the General Council, or in his case, by the Regional Council, unless they constitute lack of superior entity.

(c) failures repeated assistance by not just cause of a member of the Governing Board of the entity to the meetings of such Board or non-acceptance also unjustified of the performance of corporate officials entrusted to him.

Article 62. Lacking serious.

1. are considered faults serious:


(to) the reiteration of 5 fouls mild in the term of twelve months from the Commission of the previous violation.

(b) negligence repeated 5 times within the period of twelve months in the fulfilment of the obligations assumed in the organs of the College Corporation.

(c) negligence repeated 5 times within the period of twelve months in compliance with the legislation on professional associations, individual statutes, as well as these statutes.

(d) the acts or omissions contrary to the respect and dignity of the profession.

(e) indicate a qualification or title that does not possess, in the compulsory to be a member of the College Corporation.

(f) the concealment of data or information of general interest to the profession that may act or which by its nature, must act in power of those responsible.

(g) neglect the duty of referees inform consumers and users on the development of their professional activity.

2 special offences are considered those serious misconduct that requires, as qualifications in order to be copyright, the ostentation of a corporate charge: to) deliberately rebellious indiscipline on the organs of the College Corporation, in the exercise of their functions, and except that constitute lack of superior entity.

(b) the wrongful or negligent infringement of the secrecy of the deliberations taking place in bodies of the College Corporation, when so expressly agreed.

(c) neglect the request made by the General Council on information of members in their respective territorial field, if applicable.

(d) the breach serious of those agreements adopted validly by them bodies of Government of the Corporation collegiate.

Article 63. Fouls very serious.

1 will be considered very serious: to) the reiteration of 5 fouls graves within the period of twelve months from the Commission of the previous offence.

(b) the serious misconduct that meets any of the following conditions: 1st affect the democratic functioning of institutions or the rights of referees.

2nd violate the proper control of the Assembly General of the entity.

3rd affect by action or omission to the functioning of the General Council or the representativeness or lack thereof of a school in this Council.

(c) the attack against the dignity of the people with occasion of the exercise professional.

(d) the concealment or any type of protection provided to the professional intrusion in the legally established terms and each time has been convicted by final judgment.

(e) any constitutive behavior of crime professional, provided that he has been convicted by final judgment.

(f) coercion, threat, retaliation or any other form of serious pressure on bodies and individuals in the exercise of its powers in the College Corporation.

(2. is considered offences special those fouls very serious in which is requires, as qualification specific for to be author, the ostentation of a charge corporate: to) the infringement fraudulent of the secret of them deliberations gotten in them organs of the Council General, when so is agreed expressly.

(b) neglect the request made by the General Council on the Census of members of the respective College, if applicable.

Article 64. Sanctions.

1. the minor misconduct will be penalized with private or public reprimand.

2. the serious misconduct of members of organs of the entity will be sanctioned with the suspension of the charge taken in the entity and disqualification to occupy any position of responsibility in the collegiate organization for more than a month and less than six months time. Serious fault of collegiate will be sanctioned with the suspension of membership and ineligibility to occupy any position of responsibility in the collegiate organization for more than a month and less than six months time.

3. them fouls very serious of members of organs of the entity will be sanctioned with the suspension of the charge assumed in the entity e disqualification for occupy any since of responsibility in it organization collegiate by time top to six months e lower to two years. Very serious fault of collegiate will be sanctioned with the suspension of membership and ineligibility to occupy any position of responsibility in the collegiate organization for more than six months and less than two years time.

4. the reiteration of 5 times in the Commission of very serious misconduct shall be punished with expulsion from the entity, and the disqualification to occupy any position of responsibility in the collegiate organization for a period of up to five years. This resolution shall be adopted by at least two-thirds of the members of the body which perform the resolution.

5. in the former case, the expelled member shall be replaced, in the bosom of the governing body of the entity for the same procedure in the case of the resignation of the Manager.

6. each one of the disciplinary penalties provided for in the preceding paragraphs shall entail the obligation to rectify or correct defects and irregularities observed; rectify situations or improper conduct; run, in final, the agreement that, simultaneously, is adopted by the organ competent as a result of made deducted and proven during the processing of the record.

7. of the Commission of them fouls planned in the present title by it charges of the Council General is will give transfer to the Board of Government of the College or Council autonomic to which represented in the Council the infringing, that will send a report in the term of 10 days that will be binding.

8. the lack of emission of the report in the term designated not will prevent the continuation of the procedure penalties.

(9. for the rating of them offences and the imposition of sanctions is will have in has them following circumstances: to) the gravity of them damage and damages caused.

(b) the degree of intention, recklessness or negligence.

(c) the default demonstrated or disrespect to the organ competent during the processing of the record.

(d) the duration of the made punishable.

(e) the relapse.

10. the resolutions that impose sanctions by faults serious or very serious, a time firm in via administrative, may be given to know to them authorities interested, using them means of communication that is consider timely.

11. sanctions of suspension of exercise of charges at the heart of the collegiate organization shall be communicated to the competent administrative authorities.

Article 65. Termination of the disciplinary liability.

The disciplinary liability shall terminate: a) death of the accused.

(b) for compliance with the sanction.

(c) by prescription of infringements and sanctions.

(d) by agreement of the competent collegiate Corporation.

Article 66. Prescription of infringements and penalties and cancellation of history.

1 the offences prescribed: a) the mild, at six months.

b) the serious, a year.

(c) the very serious, at age two.

2 sanctions prescribed: a) the mild, at six months.

b) the serious, a year.

(c) the very serious, at age two.

3. the infringements limitation periods shall commence from the Commission of the offence. The prescription is interrupted by any action express and manifest directed to investigate the alleged violation and with knowledge of the person concerned.

The terms of prescription of sanctions start counting from the day following that which you purchase firmness the resolution by which the sanction is imposed. The realization of any express and manifest the competent collegiate Corporation Act of execution of the sanction will interrupt the limitation period.

4. the cancellation bears the cancellation of the sanctioning antecedent for all purposes. Annotations on the personal record of the offender of the penalties for the Commission of minor, serious and very serious misconduct will be cancelled, ex officio or upon request of a party, after the period of one year in the case of sanctions for minor misconduct, two years in the grave and four in the of the very serious , to count from the day of enforcement or prescription of the sanction.

5. in them cases of expulsion, the Council General may, after, at least, three years from the firmness of the sanction, agree the rehabilitation of the expelled, for what there will be of brought the timely record to request of the same. The Council General request report to the Corporation Collegiate of the interested that a time emitted will be binding.

Article 67. Procedure.

1. not may impose is punishment disciplinary some without prior record instructed to the effect, with arrangement to the procedure established in the present title.

2. in matters not provided for in this title shall be applicable to the regulation of the procedure for the exercise of the authority sanctioning power, approved by the Royal Decree 1398 / 1993, of 4 August, or standard application.

3. the disciplinary will occur by agreement of the Governing Council, which will appoint an Instructor between the members of the Governing Board of the General Council or corporations forming part of the General Council with more than ten years of professional practice and which may adopt provisional measures which are necessary to ensure the effectiveness of the resolution that might be the good end of the procedure, avoid the maintenance of the effects of the infringement and protect the general interest demands.


4. the procedure will be driven ex officio in all their activities. The Instructor will practice many tests and actions necessary for the determination and verification of the facts and responsibilities liable to sanction.

TITLE V other provisions article 68. Computation of time limits.

All deadlines indicated in these by-laws have been made in days, will be calculated in working days.

Article 69. Annual exercises.

All the entities that compose the collegiate organization will be managed in exercises of calendar years.