STATUTEN A.S.D. Val Veddasca and Molinera running


Article 1 - In the spirit of the Constitution of the Italian Republic and in compliance with the provisions of articles 36 and following of the Italian Civil Code, established in Tronzano Lago Maggiore (VA), via Europa n.7 / B, an association which takes the name "Val Veddasca and Molinera running amateur sports association", in short "Val Veddasca and Molinera running asd".
The association conforms to the norms and directives of the sports organizations, with particular reference to the provisions of CONI as well as to the Statutes and Regulations of the national sports federations or the sports promotion body to which the association is affiliated through a Council resolution Directors.

TITLE II - Purpose - Object

Article 2 - The association is a permanent center of voluntary and democratic association life whose activity is an expression of participation, solidarity and pluralism. It has no profit and operates for sports, recreational and cultural purposes for the exclusive satisfaction of collective interests in the mountain environment.
The mountain environment where the association will promote the activities is located between Val Veddasca and Val Molinera, more precisely in the municipalities of Maccagno (VA), Veddasca (VA), Tronzano Lake Maggiore (VA) and Pino Sulla Sponda del Lago Maggiore .

Article 3 - The association proposes to:
a) promote and develop amateur sports activities, especially in disciplines such as, but not limited to, trail running, sky running, mountain running, cross-country running, road racing and mountain biking;
b) organize sports events directly or collaborate with others for their realization;
c) to promote educational activities for the initiation, updating and improvement of sports activities;
d) study, promote and develop new methods to improve the organization and practice of sport;
e) manage plants, own or third parties, used for gyms, sports fields and structures of various kinds;
f) organizing sports teams for participation in championships, competitions, competitions, events and initiatives of different sports disciplines;
g) launching courses to start sports, motor and maintenance activities, training and qualification courses for sports operators;
h) organize recreational and cultural activities in favor of a better use of members' free time.

TITLE III - Members

Article 4 - The number of members is unlimited. The natural persons, the companies and the bodies that share the aims and commit themselves to realize them can be members of the Association.

Article 5 – The status of member, with the related rights and duties, is acquired by the presidential decree, the relative registration to book and delivery of the card. If the same is not ratified by the Board, for the period elapsing between the admission by the President and the non-ratification, the rights related to the acquisition of the status of member and in particular the right to vote in the assemblies will be reserved. br /> The registration is valid for twelve months from the date of admission and is automatically renewed with the payment of the membership fee.
In any case the temporariness of participation in the associative life is excluded.

Article 6 - The qualification as a member gives the right:
- to participate in all the activities promoted by the Association;
- to participate in the associative life, expressing its vote in the registered offices, also with regard to the approval and modification of the rules of the Articles of Association and of any regulations;
- to enjoy the active and passive electorate for the election of the governing bodies.

Members are required:
- compliance with the Articles of Association, the Organic Regulations and the resolutions passed by the corporate bodies;
- to pay the membership fee.

Article 7 - Members are required to pay the annual membership fee established according to the activity programs.
This quota must be determined annually for the following year by resolution of the Board of Directors and in any case can never be returned. The membership fees or contributions are non-transferable and non-revaluable.

TITLE IV - Withdrawal - Exclusion

Article 8 - The status of member is lost by withdrawal, exclusion or due to death.

Article 9- The resignation from a member must be presented in writing to the Board of Directors.

The exclusion will be decided by the Board of Directors towards the member:
a) that does not comply with the provisions of this statute, any regulations and resolutions adopted by the bodies of the Association;
b) which renders default of payment of the annual contribution for a period exceeding three months starting from the beginning of the financial year;
c) who carries out or tries to carry out activities contrary to the interests of the Association;
d) that, in any way, causes serious harm, even moral, to the Association.

Article 10 - The decisions taken regarding exclusion must be communicated to the recipient members by letter, except for the case provided for in letter b) of Article 9, and must be motivated.
The member concerned by the provision has 15 days from the receipt of the communication to request the convening of the meeting in order to challenge the objections at the basis of the provision for exclusion. The exclusion becomes operative with the annotation of the provision in the shareholders' register which takes place 20 days after the provision has been sent, or following the resolution of the assembly that has ratified the expulsion order adopted by the Board of Directors.

TITLE V - Economic resources - Common Fund

Article 11 - The association draws resources for its operation and for carrying out its activities from:
a) shares and contributions of members;
b) allowances and contributions for the participation and organization of sporting events;
c) inheritances, donations and legacies;
d) contributions from the State, regions, local authorities, bodies or public institutions, also aimed at supporting specific and documented programs carried out within the scope of the statutory purposes;
e) contributions from the European Union and international organizations;
f) revenues deriving from services provided by a partner company;
g) income from the sale of goods and services to associates and third parties, including through the carrying out of commercial, artisanal or agricultural activities carried out in an auxiliary and subsidiary manner and in any case aimed at achieving the institutional objectives;
h) liberal donations of members and third parties;
i) income deriving from promotional initiatives aimed at its own financing, such as parties and subscriptions also with prizes;
j) other income, also of a commercial nature, compatible with the social objectives of the association.

The mutual fund, consisting - by way of example and not exhaustive - of management surpluses, funds, reserves and all assets acquired by the Association for any reason, can never be divided between members during the life of the association or at the time of the of its dissolution. It is forbidden to distribute, even indirectly, profits or operating surpluses, as well as funds, reserves or capital, unless the destination or distribution is imposed by law. In any case, any management surplus will be obligatorily reinvested in favor of the statutory activities envisaged.
Social Exercise
Article 12- The financial year runs from January 1st to December 31st of each year. The Board of Directors must prepare the economic and financial report to be submitted to the Assembly of the associates. The economic and financial statement must be approved by the Assembly of members within four months of the end of the financial year.

TITLE VI - Bodies of the Association

Article 13 - They are organs of the Association:
a) the Assembly of associates;
b) the Board of Directors;
c) the President;
d) the Board of Auditors (if elected).

Article 14 - The assemblies are ordinary and extraordinary. Their convocation must be made by notice to be posted in the premises of the registered office and where the activities take place at least twenty days before the meeting, containing the agenda, the place (in the office or elsewhere), the date and time of the before and on the second call.
The notice of the meeting is also communicated to the individual members through procedures such as publication in the associative newspaper, the sending of a simple letter, fax, e-mail or telegram, in any case at least 8 days before the meeting.

Article 15 - The ordinary assembly:
a) approves the economic and financial statement;
b) proceed to the election of the President of the association, of the members of the Board of Directors and, eventually, of the members of the Board of Auditors;
c) deliberates on all the other objects pertaining to the management of the Association reserved for its competence by the present Statute or submitted to its examination by the Board of Directors;
d) approves any regulations.
It takes place at least once a year within the four months following the end of the financial year.
The assembly also meets, how many times the Board of Directors deems it necessary or is requested in writing, with indication of the matters to be treated, by the Board of Auditors (if elected) or by at least one tenth of the members. br /> In these last cases the convocation must take place within thirty days from the date of the request.

Article 16 - In the ordinary and extraordinary assemblies, the members of the majority and the parental authority of any minor members are entitled to vote, provided they meet the payment of the membership fee, according to the single voting principle. Each member can represent in a meeting, by means of written proxy, no more than an associate. In the first convocation, the ordinary and extraordinary shareholders' meeting is regularly constituted when half or more of the members with the right are present or represented.
On second call, at least one day after the first convocation, the ordinary and extraordinary assembly is regularly constituted regardless of the number of members present or represented.
The resolutions of the ordinary assemblies are valid, by an absolute majority of votes, on all items on the agenda.

Article 17- The assembly is extraordinary when it meets to deliberate on the modifications of the Statute and on the dissolution of the Association appointing the liquidators.
The resolutions of the assemblies are valid, for the statutory changes to the presence of the three quarters (3/4) of the members and with the vote of the majority of those present, for the resolution of dissolution of the Association with the favorable vote of at least three quarters (3 / 4) of the associates.

Article 18 - The assembly is chaired by the president of the association and in his absence by the vice president or by the person appointed by the assembly itself. The appointment of the secretary is made by the president of the assembly.

Board of Directors
Article 19- The Board of Directors is made up of a minimum of 3 (three) to a maximum of 7 (seven) members chosen among the adult members in relation to which there are no causes of incompatibility foreseen by the sporting order in the engagement of the assignment. The members of the Board remain in office for 5 (five) years and may be re-elected.
The council elects the vice president and the treasurer from among its members. The Board of Directors is convened by the President whenever there is a matter on which to deliberate, or when at least 1/3 of the members have applied.
The convocation is made by letter to be sent, also by e-mail, or delivered no less than eight days before the meeting. The sessions are valid when the majority of the members intervene, that is, in the absence of an official convocation, even if all its members are present. The resolutions are taken by an absolute majority of those present.
The Board of Directors is invested with the widest powers for the management of the Association. It is therefore, among other things, by way of example, to the Council:
- take care, jointly or severally, of the execution of the shareholders' resolutions;
- draw up the economic and financial statement and, where appropriate, the budget,
- prepare internal regulations;
- stipulate all the deeds and contracts related to social activity;
- ratifies, jointly or severally, admission to a member made by the President;
- deliberate about the exclusion of members,
- to appoint the managers of the labor commissions and of the sectors of activity in which the life of the Association is articulated;
- perform all the acts and operations for the correct administration of the Association;
- entrust, with a special resolution, special delegations to its members.

Article 20- In the event that, due to resignation or other causes, one or more of the members of the Board lapse from office, the Board of Directors may provide for their replacement by appointing the first among the non-elected, who remain in office until the end of the entire Council. If more than half of the members of the Board decays, the Assembly must provide for the appointment of a new Board. President

Article 21 - The President has the legal representation and the signature of the Association. The President is assigned autonomously the power of ordinary administration and, subject to the resolution of the Board of Directors, the power of extraordinary administration. In case of absence or impediment, his duties are exercised by the Vice President. In case of resignation, it is up to the Vice President to convene the shareholders' meeting within 20 (twenty) days for the election of the new President.

Article 22- The Board of Auditors may be elected by the Assembly. It consists of three regular members and two alternate members, also chosen from non-members. He remains in office for 5 (five) years and elects the President from within. The Board of Auditors must check the administration of the Association, the correspondence of the financial statements to the accounting records and monitor compliance with the Articles of Association. Participates in the meetings of the Board of Directors and the Assemblies, without the right to vote, where it presents its annual report on the subject of the final balance sheet.

Article 23- Substantial publicity and transparency of the documents relating to the activity of the Association must be assured, with particular reference to the Annual Financial Statements or Reports. These social documents, kept at the registered office, must be made available to members for consultation.

TITLE VII - Dissolution

Article 24- The dissolution of the Association may be resolved by the assembly with the favorable vote of at least three-quarters of the members with the right to vote. In case of dissolution of the Association a liquidator will be appointed, also chosen among non-members. The liquidation of all movable and immovable assets is experienced, the outstanding obligations extinguished, all the remaining assets will be donated to organizations or associations that pursue the promotion and development of sporting activities, and in any case for purposes of social utility, having heard the control body referred to in Article 3, paragraph 190, of Law 23/12/1996, n. 662.


Article 25 - For matters not provided for by the present statute, reference is made to the provisions of art. 36 and following of the Civil Code, to the statutes and regulations of the CONI, the IOC and the CSEN and to the regulations in force regarding associations as applicable.

Tronzano Lake Maggiore (Varese), 29 May 2013.