8. Any applicant for membership shall complete and submit an application to the secretary
of the association in accordance with the prevailing Rules of the Constitution. Every
application for membership shall be proposed be one member and second by another
member. The secretary shall pose the list of applicants at the association. Bulletin broad
at least 15 days. If there is no objection from any members, the secretary shall proceed
the applications to executive broad. However, if there are any written objection from any
members, the secretary shall submit the objection along with the application to the
The Executive Committee shall have absolute discretion in approving and disapproving
an application for membership without providing any reasons therefore, subject to:
The right of any applicant who has been refused admission by the Executive Committee
to appeal to a General Meeting and if three-fourths of the members through their
representatives present are in favor of the applicant, he shall be admitted as a member.
Members have in a General Meeting the right to reject any member accepted by the
Executive Committee, provided three-fourths of the members or their representatives
present vote in favor of the rejection. A copy of the Constitution shall be furnished to
every approved member upon payment of the entrance fee.
9. The new member must pay all fee to the association within 30 days since being informed
the approval application by the secretary. The membership will be effective right on the
date that all fee are settled. If the applicant does not pay within 30 days period, the
approval of application will be expired.
10. The status of honorary member will be effective right after the Executive Committee
agrees to invite that person to be a honorary member.
11. Membership shall cease by:
11.6 Failure to pay annual subscription, levies, fines or debts imposed by the
11.7 Conviction of an offense punishable with imprisonment
11.8 Dissolution; or
Or any one of the above
12. Membership privilege shall be as follows:-
12.1 To equally utilize the property(ies) of the association
12.2 To comments or give any suggestions to the administration of the association
12.3 To attend the General Association Meeting
12.4 Only ordinary members have executive right to vote or be voted or be elected
to Executive Committee. Each member company has one vote only.
12.5 One fifth of the ordinary members but not less than five ordinary members may
request the Executive Committee to audit or accounting report.
12.6 One fifth of the ordinary members but not less than five ordinary members may
request the Executive Committee to call for the extra ordinary general
12.7 Every members must cooperate and/all attend or activities of the association.
13. The affairs of the association shall be administrated by the Executive Committee which
shall comprise minimum of five members or maximum of seven members. The
Executive Committee shall comprise the following officers:-
13.1.1 The President shall, insofar as possible, preside at all meeting and sign the
minutes of such meetings as they are confirmed. He shall also represent the
Association in its dealings with outside persons with at least one (1) other
member of the Executive Committee.
13.1.2 The President shall also ensure that all office-bearers of the Association shall
perform their duties correctly and effectively and shall further be responsible
for coordination their duties.