Provides that non-exempt assets are liquidated and proceeds distributed to creditors. Also available to individuals whose debts exceed statutory limits for filing under chapter Adversary Proceedings Adversary proceedings are separate civil lawsuits that arise in bankruptcy cases, including actions to object to or revoke discharges, to obtain injunctions or other equitable relief, and to determine the dischargeability of debt. Adversary proceedings may be associated with consumer bankruptcy cases, but most arise in cases filed under chapter
Such rights shall continue until the member no longer has any rights under the appropriate Collective Agreement. Life members shall be entitled to participate in Area Council events and can attend Area Council meetings as observers.
Application for membership shall indicate the Local and Chapter to which the applicant will be assigned, but no application shall be deemed insufficient or invalid for any misdescription or non-description of the assigned component. By being and remaining members, they select and designate the Union or the appropriate component part, as the case may be, or the Union may elect, to be their sole and exclusive agent to bargain terms, conditions and benefits of employment with whomever may be their employer.
Associate members shall pay dues of point one two five percent.
If the campaign does not result in certification, the application fee shall be returned. Each Convention shall be held at such time and place as determined by the Provincial Executive. Registration of Delegates 2. Interim Report of Credentials Committee and at commencement of each session 3.
Rules of Order and Determination of Sessional Hours 4. Report of the President 5. In an election year, elections shall be held commencing on the morning of the 2nd day for President, Executive Secretary-Treasurer and Vice-Presidents and shall continue until completed.
Reports of Committees 9. Financial Statements and Budget if not already presented to Convention shall be presented on the morning of the last scheduled day In the event of an election, Pledge of Office Adjournment of Convention b Resolutions and any other business not dealt with by a Convention shall die on the order table.
In addition, Locals shall be entitled to elect one delegate for one hundred or less members, and one additional delegate for each additional one hundred members or portion thereof, based on the twelve 12 month average Headquarters records as of October 31st, preceding the Convention.
For the purpose of this Article, members shall mean regular members as defined in Article 4. For Locals with Chapters, only properly nominated Chapter members shall be elected as delegates to Convention.
Any credentials not used by the properly elected delegates from each Chapter shall be allocated to the next properly elected nominee, then an alternate from the same Chapter. In the event that neither the Delegate nor an Alternate from the Chapter can attend Convention, the Local Council shall have the authority to allocate that credential to any other properly elected Chapter nominee or alternate from the Local.
A resolution shall not deal with more than one subject matter and shall specify the action proposed. A resolution shall not contain more than one hundred and fifty words, inclusive of the preamble. Resolutions that involve changes or additions to the Constitution are not limited to one hundred and fifty words.
Only late resolutions deemed to be of an urgent nature shall be placed before Convention. Ex-officio members shall not be entitled to vote except the Vice-Presidents shall retain the right to vote as regular members in their own components. The President, along with the Executive Secretary-Treasurer, shall be responsible for the operation of the subsidiary company.
The President, or his designate, may: The President shall advise the parties of his ruling within twenty 20 days of receipt of the appeal. The Provincial Executive shall render a decision, which shall be final and binding on all parties.Bankruptcy petitions may be filed under one of six chapters of the Bankruptcy Code.
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[Rev. 6/2/ PM] CHAPTER - LOCAL FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION. COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE. NRS Creation; appointment of members; terms; vacancies; Chair and Vice Chair; meetings; quorum; allowances and expenses; administrative support..
NRS Regulations.. COUNTY FINANCES. RULE 22 A motion to adjourn the meeting shall always be in order except when a member has the floor or a vote is in progress. The motion must be seconded but is not debatable.
The Chair shall indicate what business remains before taking the vote. A motion to adjourn having been put and lost cannot be raised again until some further business has been dealt with.