Article 7

MEMBERSHIP RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES

All members shall have the right to attend and to speak at General Meetings.

7.1    Individual Members:

Individual Members have the right to nominate Individual Members for election to the Council and can stand for election to the Council, but shall have no voting right at General Meetings.  But where an Individual Member is elected, appointed or co-opted to the Council, such Individual Member shall be entitled to exercise all the rights and to perform all the duties of a Council Member and to vote at Council Meetings.

7.2    Ordinary Organisational Members:

Ordinary Organisational Members shall have the right to nominate Individual Members for election to the Council and to vote at General Meetings, but shall not be eligible to hold office in the Association.

7.3    Affiliated Organisational Members:

Affiliated Organisational Members shall have the right to nominate Individual Members for election to the Council, but shall have no voting rights and shall not be eligible to hold office in the Association.

7.4    Honorary Members:

Honorary Members may attend and speak at General Meetings but shall have no right to nominate members for election to the Council, no voting rights and no right to stand for election to the Council.

Only members who have paid their subscriptions and all dues payable to the Association in respect of their membership shall be entitled to exercise their rights and privileges of membership.

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