1 Name, registered office, business year

  • The club bears the name “Sportschützenverein Klausheide von 1998 e. V. „, Hereinafter referred to as“ Association „for short.
  • It is entered in the register of associations at the Nordhorn District Court under number 792.
  • Its seat is in Nordhorn-Klausheide.
  • It is politically and religiously neutral.
  • The business year is the calendar year.

2 Purpose and tasks

  • The association maintains, practices and promotes shooting sports according to the rules of the German Shooting Association
  • the promotion of sporting and general youth work within the framework of the guidelines of the German Shooting Federation
  • The purpose of the statutes is realized, in particular by promoting sporting exercises and performances.

3 Public Benefit

  • The association pursues exclusively and directly charitable purposes within the meaning of the section “tax-privileged purposes” of the tax code.
  • The association is selfless, it does not primarily pursue its own economic purposes.
  • The association’s funds may only be used for statutory purposes. The members do not receive payments from the association.
  • No person may benefit from expenses that are alien to the purpose of the corporation or from disproportionately high remuneration.
  • If the association is dissolved or tax-privileged purposes no longer apply, the assets are to be used for tax-privileged purposes. Resolutions on the future use of the assets may only be carried out with the consent of the tax office. As long as there are still seven members for the continued existence of the association, a dissolution is not possible.

4 Membership in other institutions

  • The club is a direct member of the Osnabrücker Schützengau eV and thus an indirect member of the Northwest German Schützenbund eV and the German Schützenbund eV Furthermore, it is a member of the Lower Saxony state sports association. The SSK is a branch of the Schützenverein Klausheide eV The members of the SSK have also acquired membership in the Schützenverein Klausheide eV.

5 Acquisition of Membership

  • A member of the club can become a member of the association upon written request who achieves good performances as marksmen in direct, constant and emphasized connection with essential physical exercise and who strive to improve them in recognized shooting competitions or in training. Minors require the consent of their legal representative. The board decides on the application. He is not obliged to disclose any reasons for rejection.

6 Termination of Membership

  • Membership ends with resignation, exclusion or dissolution of the association.
  • The declaration of resignation is only effective at the end of a financial year. The board of directors can allow exceptions. The declaration must be sent in writing to the board of directors no later than three months before the end of the financial year.
  • The exclusion is permissible if the member is more than six months in arrears with his contribution and does not pay it within one month after a single reminder if it grossly violates these statutes and resolutions of the association’s bodies. The board decides on the exclusion.

7 rights of the members

  • Within the framework of these statutes, the members are entitled to participate in the formation of the association’s will by exercising the right to propose, discuss, vote and vote.
  • The rights are not transferable.

8 Obligations of the members

  • The members have to pay an ongoing contribution to the association.
  • The general assembly shall determine the scope and amount of the services to be provided in accordance with paragraph 1. In justified individual cases, the board of directors can resolve to facilitate payments and / or reduce payments.
  • The members are also obliged to support the interests of the association to the best of their ability and to refrain from anything that could endanger the association’s reputation. In particular, they have to observe the statutes of the association as well as the resolutions of its organs.

9 organs

  • The organs of the association are
  • the board
  • the general assembly

10 The Board of Directors

  • The board is composed of
  • the 1st chairman,
  • the 1st sports director,
  • the 2nd sports director,
  • the 3rd sports director,
  • the managing director / press officer,
  • the accounting officer,
  • the 1st youth sports director,
  • the 2nd youth sports director,
  • the lady’s manager,
  • to the secretary.
  • The members of the board are elected by the general assembly for a period of 2 years.
  • The board in the sense of §26 BGB are the 1st chairman and the 1st sports director. Together they represent the association in and out of court. They are elected at the annual general assembly of the SVK / SSK general assembly

11 Personal union

  • The 1st chairman and the 1st sports director of the Schützenverein Klausheide eV are automatically the 1st chairman and 1st sports director of the Schützenverein Klausheide eV Both have full voting, application, discussion and election rights.

12 General Assembly

  • The general assembly consists of the members named in § 5.
  • A general meeting has to take place in the first half of January. It is the supreme body of the association.
  • Further meetings are called by the board if this is necessary.
  • The invitation is issued by the 1st chairman in writing, stating the agenda, with a notice period of 14 days. Applications for the agenda can be submitted in writing by any member to the board of directors up to one week before the day of the general meeting.
  • A cash revision is connected with the general assembly.
  • The general assembly is responsible for:
  • the election of the board. (Except for the 1st chairman and the 1st sports director)
  • the discharge of the board,
  • the receipt of the annual reports including the accounts and the cash audit report,
  • passing resolutions on amendments to the articles of association,
  • the decision in all fundamental matters presented to it by the board of directors.
  • General meetings have a quorum regardless of the number of members present.

13 Elections and Votes

  • Elections and voting generally take place openly. At the request of a member, secret elections or voting can be decided.
  • Is chosen. Whoever has the majority of the valid votes cast. In the event of a tie, the election must be repeated. If there is again a tie, the lot drawn by the hand of the 1st chairman decides.
  • Resolutions of the organs are passed with a simple majority of the votes cast. In case of equality of the votes the application will be refused.
  • A dissolution resolution passed by the general assembly of the SSK requires the approval of the entire association in order to be effective. It can only be passed with a ¾ majority of votes in the general assembly.
  • Likewise, a ¾ majority of votes in the general assembly is required for a change in the statutes.

14 Notarization of Resolutions

  • Minutes must be kept of the holding of every general meeting and every board meeting, in which the place and date, the establishment of the proper invitation, the quorum, the motions, the wording of the resolutions and the voting result must be included. The minutes are to be signed by the managing director and the chairman after completion. The minutes will be read out at the next meeting of the same body.

15 final clause

  • In the event of discrepancies about the meaning and application of these statutes, the board of directors decides.

16 Coming into Force

  • These statutes come into force with their acceptance and entry in the register of associations. It replaces the statutes of September 12, 1998.