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章程Constitution

CONSTITUTION
 
PERSATUAN USAHAWAN CHINA DI MALAYSIA (PUCM)
(CHINA ENTREPRENEURS 
ASSOCIATION IN MALAYSIA)
 
 

CLAUSE 1 NAME
 
1. The Association shall be known as
PERSATUAN USAHAWAN CHINA DI MALAYSIA (PUCM)(CHINA
ENTREPRENEURS ASSOCIATION IN MALAYSIA)
Hereinafter referred to as "the Association".
 
2. Meaning of name : “P” representing the meaning of Persatuan; “U”
representing the meaning of Usahaman; “C” representing China; and “M”
representing Malaysia.
 
3. Level : Negeri
 
CLAUSE 2 ADDRESS
 
1. The registered address is
NO. A2, 2ND FLOOR, EXCELLA BUSINESS PARK, JALAN AMPANG PUTRA,
TAMAN AMPANG HILIR, 55100 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
55100 WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN KUALA LUMPUR
or at such other place as may from time to time be decided by the Committee; and
the postal address is
NO. A2, 2ND FLOOR, EXCELLA BUSINESS PARK, JALAN AMPANG PUTRA,
TAMAN AMPANG HILIR, 55100 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
55100 WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN KUALA LUMPUR
 
2. The registered and postal addresses shall not be changed without the prior
approval of the Registrar of Societies.
 
CLAUSE 3 OBJECTIVE
 
(a) To promote business interest of China Entrepreneurs in Malaysia.
(b) To promote business co-operation between the People’s Republic of China and
Malaysia.
(c) To promote investment and joint venture with Malaysia Entrepreneurs in
Malaysia and/or in third countries.
(d) To acquire hold deal with or dispose off all immoveable properties for the
furtherance of the Association's objects.
(e) To raise funds for the activities of the Association or in furtherance of the
Association's objects.
 
CLAUSE 4 MEMBERSHIP
 
4.1 Membership of the Association shall be divided into three (3) categories: -
a) Ordinary Membership
Ordinary Membership shall be opened to China National individuals doing business
in Malaysia. Each ordinary member needs to hold valid visa or permit in Malaysia.
All Ordinary Members shall have the rights to vote and to hold office in the
Committee.
b) Associate Membership
Associate Membership shall be opened to Malaysian individuals who have business
interest with Ordinary Members or Lifetime Members. All associate members shall
have no voting rights and shall not be eligible to hold office in the Committee.
Individual members/representatives shall be 18 years of age and above.
c) Honorary members
The Committee may invite individuals who have or could provide meritorious
services towards promoting the objective of the Association to become Honorary
Members. All Honorary members shall have no voting rights and shall not be
eligible to hold office in the Committee. No entrance fee and annual subscription fee
need to be paid by Honorary Members.
d) Lifetime Membership
Lifetime Membership shall be opened to China National individuals doing business
in Malaysia. Each ordinary member needs to hold valid visa or permit in Malaysia.
All Lifetime Members shall have the rights to vote and to hold office in the
Committee.
 
4.2 Every application for membership shall be proposed and seconded by two
existing members and shall be forwarded to the Secretary who shall at the first
convenient opportunity, submit it to the Committee for approval. The Committee
may at its discretion reject any application without assigning any reason thereof.
 
4.3 Every applicant whose application has been approved as aforesaid shall, upon
payment of the prescribed entrance fee and annual subscription, be admitted as a
member of the Association and shall be entitled to all the privileges of membership.
 
4.4 A university or university-college student shall not be eligible for membership
without the prior approval of the Vice-chancellor of the university concerned.
OBLIGATIONS OF MEMBERS
 
4.5. Assisting the Association in promoting and realizing its objectives;
 
4.6 Abiding by the Constitution and any rules, regulations, by law, orders and
directives made thereunder and/or derived therefrom and any resolutions passed by
the members in the general meeting, the Committee and/or all other competent
authorities of the Association from time to time;
 
4.7 Uphold the interest, reputation and positive image of the Association.
RIGHT OF MEMBERS
 
4.8 Only Ordinary Members and Lifetime Members as prescribed herein shall have
the rights to nominate, second, vote and be nominated and elected to hold any
office for which he is entitled to PROVIDED THAT no member shall be entitled to
exercise any of the above-said rights until the expiry of one (1) year from the date of
his admission as a member;
 
4.9 Save and except Clause 7.1 hereof, all categories of members having fulfilled
the obligations as stipulated herein shall enjoy the same rights, including;-
a) To attend, speak and vote at all meetings which he is entitled to attend, speak
and vote;
b) To participate in all the activities organized by the Association for the benefit of
the members; and
c) To use all the facilities and resources made available for the use of the members.
 
CLAUSE 5 RESIGNATION AND TERMINATION
 
5.1 Any member who wishes to resign from the Association shall give two weeks’
notice in writing to the Secretary and shall pay up all dues.
 
5.2 Any member who fails to comply with the rules of the Association or has acted
in a manner to bring disrepute upon the Association may be expelled or suspended
for a period of time as the Committee deems fit. Before the Committee expels or
suspends the member, the member shall be informed of the grounds for such
expulsion or suspension in writing and be given an opportunity to explain and clear
himself in person. Such suspension or expulsion shall be enforced, unless
otherwise reversed by a general meeting upon appeal by the said member.
DISCIPLINARY RULES
 
5.3 Under the following circumstances, the Committee shall have absolute
discretion to take whatever disciplinary action it deems fit against the member
concerned, including expulsion from the Association, suspension of membership or
all or part of the rights of the member concerned;
a) When a member refuses or fails to abide by the Constitution and any rules,
regulations, by laws, orders and directives made thereunder and/or derived
therefrom and any resolutions passed by the members in the general meeting, the
Committee and/ or all other competent authorities of the Association for the time
being;
b) When a member by his statement or act causes grave damage or negative
impact to the interest or reputation of the Association;
PROVIDED THAT
A) Except in the case of expulsion, in appropriate cases, the Committee shall have
the same discretion to resume the rights of the affected member as it deems fit;
B) Any decision to expel a member shall be carried out in accordance with the
following procedures:-
i. A notice setting out the complaints made against the said member shall be issued
to the said member by the Secretary General after due approval by the Committee
requiring the said member to furnish a written explanation within fourteen (14) days
from the date of notice;
ii. If no written explanation is given by the said member within the stipulated period
or the Committee is of the view that the explanation is unsatisfactory, it may in its
absolute discretion issue a show cause notice to the said member requiring the said
member to appear before the Committee on such time and date (which shall not be
less than fourteen(14) days from the date of the show cause notice) and at such
venue stipulated in the notice to answer to the complaint stated therein and to
satisfy the Committee as to the reasons the said member shall not be expelled; and
iii. If the said member fails to satisfy the Committee by the reasons given or fails to
appear at the appointed time and venue, the Committee may by a vote of two-thirds
(2/3) majority of the Committee members present and voting in a Committee
meeting resolve to expel the member concerned.
 
CLAUSE 6 SOURCE OF INCOME
 
6.1 The admission fees and annual subscriptions for membership are as follow:
(a) Ordinary Member
The admission fee for an Ordinary Member shall be Ringgit Malaysia Three
Hundred (RM300-00 )only and the annual subscriptions shall be Ringgit Malaysia
Three Hundred ( RM 300) only, which shall be paid on or before 1st of April each
year. For purpose of this succession, any part of a year shall be deemed as a
membership year.
(b) Lifetime Member
The admission fee for a Lifetime Member shall be a lump sum of not less than
Ringgit Malaysia Three Thousand (RM3,000) only. No annual subscription is
payable by a Lifetime Member after his/her admission as a Lifetime Member.
 
6.2 All annual subscription shall be payable to the Treasurer in advance within 14
days of the first month of the calendar year.
 
6.3 Any members who allows his arrears to exceed two years subscriptions shall
receive a written notification signed by or on behalf of the Secretary, and shall be
denied the privileges of membership until he settles his account.
 
6.4 Any members who allows his arrears to exceed three years subscriptions shall
automatically cease to be a member of the Association, and the Committee may
direct legal action be taken against him, provided that they are satisfied that he has
received due notice of his debts.
 
6.5 The Committee shall have the power to fix a re-entrance fee for any person who
has allowed his membership to lapse through arrears
 
6.6 Special subscriptions or levies for particular purposes may be raised from
members by resolution of the general meeting of the Association. If any member
fails to pay such subscription within such period as may be resolved, the amount
due shall be treated in the same way as arrears of annual subscription.
 
CLAUSE 7 GENERAL MEETING
 
7.1 The supreme authority of the Association is vested in a general meeting of the
members. At least one-half of the voting membership of the Association or the
voting members present represent twice the total number of committee members,
whichever is the lesser, must be present at a general meeting for its proceedings to
be valid and to constitute a quorum.
 
7.2 If half an hour after the time appointed for the meeting a quorum is not present,
the meeting shall be postponed to a date (not exceeding 30 days) to be decided by
the Committee, and if a quorum is not present half an hour after the time appointed
for the postponed meeting, the members present shall have the power to proceed
with the business of the day but shall not have the power to alter the rules of the
Association or make any decision affecting the whole membership.
 
7.3 An annual general meeting of the Association shall be held as soon as possible
after the close of each financial year but not later than July on a date and a time
and place to be decided by the Committee. The business of the annual general
meeting shall be:-
(a) To receive the minutes of the previous annual general meeting;
(b) To receive the Committee’s report on the working of the Association during the
previous year;
(c) To receive the Treasurer’s report and the audited accounts of the Association for
the previous year;
(d) To elect a Committee and to appoint auditors for the ensuring year;
(e) To deal with such other matters as may be put before it.
 
7.4 The Secretary shall send to all members at least 7 days before the meeting an
agenda including copies of minutes and reports, together with the audited accounts
of the Society for the previous year. Copies of these documents will also be made
available at the registered place of business of the Association for the perusal of
members.
7.5 An extraordinary general meeting of the Association shall be convened:-
(a) Whenever the Committee deems it desirable; or
(b) At the joint request in writing of not less than twice of the number of committee
members, stating the objects and reasons for such meeting
 
7.6 An extraordinary general meeting requisitioned by members shall be convened
for a date within thirty days of the receipt of such requisition.
 
7.7 Notice and agenda for an extraordinary general meeting shall be forwarded by
the Secretary to all members at least fifteen days before the day fixed for the
meeting.
 
7.8 Paragraph 11.1 and 11.2 of this rules regarding the quorum and the
postponement of an annual general meeting shall apply also to an extraordinary
general meeting, but with the provision that if no quorum is present after half an
hour from the time appointed for a postponed extraordinary general meeting
requisitioned by the members, the meeting shall be cancelled, and no extraordinary
general meeting shall be requisitioned for the same purpose until after the lapse of
at least six months from the date thereof.
 
7.9 The Secretary shall forward to all members a copy of the draft minutes of each
annual and extraordinary general meeting as soon as possible after its conclusion.
 
CLAUSE 8 COMMITTEE
 
8.1 A committee consisting of the following who shall be termed the office-bearers
of the Association (hereinafter referred to as “the Committee”), shall be elected at
the annual general meeting:-
One (1) President;
One (1) First Vice President;
Eight (8) Vice Presidents;
One (1) Secretary General;
One (1) Vice Secretary General;
One (1) Treasurer;
One (1) Vice Treasurer; and
Eleven (11) Committee members;
 
8.2 The Committee may appoint not more than eleven (11) additional appointed
Committee members; and not more than eight (8) additional appointed Vice
President within the unexpired tenure of office of the Committee.
 
8.3 Complete the process of transfer of powers and handing over ongoing works
between the incumbents and the newly elected Committee. The responsibility of all
daily affairs of the Association before the completion of the transfer of powers
process shall remain with the incumbent Committee members..
 
8.4 All officer-bearers of the Association and every officer performing executive
functions in the Association not necessarily to be Malaysian citizens.
 
8.5 Names of the above officers in paragraph (1) shall be proposed and seconded
and election will be by a simple majority vote of the members at the annual general
meeting. All the office-bearers shall be eligible for re-election each three years.
 
8.6 The function of the Committee is to organise and supervise the day-to-day
activities of the Association and to make decisions on matters affecting its running
within the general policy laid down by the general meeting. The Committee shall not
act contrary to the expressed wishes of the general meeting without prior reference
to it and shall always remain subordinate to the general meeting. It shall furnish a
report to each annual general meeting on its activities during the previous year.
 
8.7 The Committee shall meet at least once every three months, 7 days notice of
each meeting shall be given to the members. The President acting alone or not less
than three of its members acting together may call for a meeting of the Committee
to be held at any time. At least one half of the Committee members must be present
for its proceedings to be valid and to constitute a quorum.
 
8.8 Where any urgent matter requiring the approval of the Committee arises and it
is not possible to convene a meeting, the Secretary may obtain such approval by
means of a circular letter. The following conditions must be fulfilled before a
decision of the Committee is deemed to have been obtained:-
a) The issue must be clearly set out in the circular and forwarded to all members of
the Committee;
b) At least one-half of the members of the Committee must indicate whether they
are in favour or against the proposal; and
c) The decision must be by a majority vote.
Any decision obtained by circular letter shall be reported by the Secretary to the
next Committee meeting and recorded in the minutes thereof.
 
8.9 Any member of the Committee who fails to attend three consecutive meetings of
the committee without satisfactory explanation shall be deemed to have resigned
from the Committee.
 
8.10 In the event of death or resignation of a member of the Committee, the
Committee shall have the power to co-opt any other member of the Association to
fill the vacancy until the next election of office-bearers.
 
8.11 The Committee shall give instructions to the Secretary and other officers for
the conduct of the affairs of the Association. It may appoint such officers and such
staff as it deems necessary. It may suspend or dismiss any officers or member of
the staff for neglect of duty, dishonesty, incompetence, refusal to carry out the
decisions of the Committee, or for any other reason which it deems good and
sufficient in the interest of the Association.
 
8.12 The Committee may appoint any sub-committee for any purpose arising out of
or connected with any of the duties, functions and aims laid down under the rules.
Any members can become members of this sub-committee.
 
ELIGIBILITY OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
8.13 Unless otherwise approved by the Registrar of Societies, no one who is not a
Malaysian or foreign citizen and fulfils all the requirements stipulated under the
Societies Act 1966 for the time being shall become a Committee member.
 
8.14 No one without the desire of assisting the Association in realising its objectives
and Committee member.
 
TENURE OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
8.15 Each Committee shall serve for tenure of five (5) years. All Committee
members shall resign from their positions upon the conclusion of the election for
new Committee member held on the General Meeting after the Committee they are
serving is formed and may offer themselves for re-election.
 
DISQUALIFICATION OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
8.16 A person shall ipso facto be disqualified from being or remaining as a
Committee member the Association:
i. If he/she has been convicted of any offence under the Societies Act, 1966; or
ii. If he/she is an undischarged bankrupt; or
iii. if he/she is and has been found or declared to be of unsound mind; or
iv. If he/she ceases to be a member or a duly authorized representative of the
members of the Association on whose ticket he/she has been elected; or
v. If he/she shall, without acceptable reason, fails to attend Committee meetings
four times consecutively.
 
8.17 The General Meeting may, at the recommendation of the Committee, resolve
that a Committee member be removed from his/her office if he/she refuses or is
unfit to act, or is incapable of acting; or acts in a manner detrimental or adverse to
the interests of the Association

VACANCY IN COMMITTEE
8.18. Any vacated office of a Committee member occasioned by resignation, death
or disqualification shall be filled in by the unsuccessful candidate who secured the
highest number of votes in the preceding election for the office as a member of the
Committee to fill up the vacancy PROVIDED THAT the person filling the vacancy
shall serve only the unexpired term.
 
8.19 The Secretary General shall submit details of all changes in the Committee to
the Registrar of Societies accordingly.
 
COMMITTEE MEETINGS
8.20 The President shall convene the Committee meetings at least once every six
(6) months by giving prior written notice to the Committee members. The President
may call an emergency Committee meeting at anytime, as he may deem expedient.
The Committee members shall attend the Committee meetings personally and no
representatives thereof shall be allowed in the meetings.
 
8.21 Subject to the proviso in sub-clause (3) hereof, the notice calling the
Committee meeting shall be given not less than seven (7) days prior to the date of
the meeting. If a quorum is not present at a Committee meeting, the meeting shall
be adjourned to such time, date and place as may be determined by the President.
Half (1/2) of the total number of the Committee members shall form a quorum for all
meetings of the Committee.
 
8.22 The President shall on a joint requisition by not less than ten (10) members of
the Committee, proceed to convene an emergency Committee meeting as soon as
practicable but in any event not later than ten (10) days after the receipt by the
Secretariat of the requisition. If the President does not within twenty one (21) days
after the date of delivery of the requisition proceed to convene a meeting, the
requisitionists may themselves convene an emergency meeting at the registered
address of the Association, but any meeting so convened shall not be held after the
expiration of thirty (30) days from the date of deposit of the requisition.
PROVIDED THAT any requisition under Clause 18(3) hereof shall state the
objectives of the emergency meeting and shall be signed by the requisitionists and
delivered to the Secretariat of the Association and Provided further that not less
than three (3) days notice shall be given in respect of any emergency meeting and
half (1/2) of the number of the Committee present (including not less than ten (10)
of the requisitionists) shall form a quorum. The meeting shall be deemed aborted
and no adjournment shall be allowed in the event that a quorum is not present at
the meeting within thirty (30) minutes from the time appointed.
 
CLAUSE 9 DUTIES OF OFFICE BEARERS
9.1 The President shall chair all General and Committee meetings. He shall also
represent the Association in its dealings with outside persons.
 
9.2 The Deputy President shall assist the President and deputise for him in his
absence.
 
9.3 The Vice-Presidents shall assist the Deputy President and one of them shall
deputise for him in his absence.
 
9.4 The Advisor shall have a general advisory role to the Association and shall
assist the President Deputy President and the Vice-Presidents in carrying out of
their respective duties.
 
9.5 The Secretary shall keep all records, except financial, of the Association and
shall be responsible for their correctness. He will keep minutes of all General and
Committee meetings. He shall maintain an up-to-date Register of Members at all
times.
 
9.6 The Treasurer shall be responsible for the financial affairs of the Association
and collect and disburse all moneys on behalf of the Association and shall keep an
account of the monetary transactions and shall be responsible for their correctness
and preparation of its annual accounts. He is authorised to expend up to Ringgit
Malaysia Five Thousand (RM5000.00) per month for petty expenses on behalf of
the Association. He will not keep more than Ringgit Malaysia Five Thousand
(RM5000.00) in the form of cash and money in excess of this will be deposited in a
bank to be named by the Committee. Cheques, etc. for withdrawals from the bank
will be signed by any two of the President, Deputy President, Treasurer and
Secretary.
 
9.7 The ordinary Committee Members shall assist in the general administration of
the Association and perform duties assigned by the Committee from time to time.
 
CLAUSE 10 FINANCIAL PROVISION
 
10.1 All monies, whether in cash, cheques or other promissory notes, received by
the Association shall be deposited into a bank account approved by the Committee
in the name of the Association.
 
10.2 All payment vouchers of the Association shall be subject to the approval of the
Secretary General. All cheques drawn on the account of the Association shall be
signed jointly by either the President or the First Vice President and the Treasurer.
 
10.3 The Treasurer may keep in his custody a sum of cash not exceeding Ringgit
Malaysia Thousand (RM5,000) at any one time for petty expenses.
 
10.4 The Treasurer shall annually at the end of each financial year ending 31st
December prepare an annual balance sheet and financial statements in accordance
with approved accounting procedures and standards and submit the same duly
audited by the appointed auditor to the Committee and the Annual General Meeting
for approval respectively, with another copy made available at the registered
address of the Association for inspection by the members.
 
10.5 No expenditure exceeding RM200,000-00 (Ringgit Malaysia Two Hundred
Thousand) at any one time shall be incurred without the prior sanction of the
Committee and no expenditure exceeding RM250,000-00 (Ringgit Malaysia Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand) in any one month shall be incurred without the prior
sanction of a General Meeting. Expenditure less than RM200,000-00 (Ringgit
Malaysia Two Hundred Thousand) at any one time may be incurred by the
President together with the Secretary or the Treasurer.
 
10.6 The financial year of the Association shall commence on the 1st January and
end on 31st December every year.
 
CLAUSE 11 AUDITORS
 
11.1 Two persons who shall not be office-bearers of the Association, shall be
appointed by the annual general meeting as Honorary Auditors. They shall hold
office for two year an may be reappointed.
 
11.2 The Auditors shall be required to audit the accounts of the Association for the
year, and to prepare a report or certificate for the annual general meeting. They
may also be required by the President to audit the accounts of the Association for
any period within their tenure of office, at any date, and to make a report to the
Committee.
 
CLAUSE 12 PROPERTY ADMINISTRATOR / TRUSTEES
 
12.1 Subject to the provisions of this Constitution and sub-clause (2) hereof, all
immovable properties of the Association shall be registered under the name of the
Association and all instruments relating thereto shall be executed by the following
three (3) office-bearers, namely the President, the Secretary General and the
Treasurer whose identities are duly authenticated by a certificate of the Registrar of
Societies.
 
12.2 Unless duly authorized by a resolution of three-fourths (3/4) majority of
members present and voting at the Annual General Meeting or Extraordinary
General Meeting, the designated office bearers shall not sell, transfer or mortgage
or deal with the properties of the Association in any manner whatsoever.
 
CLAUSE 13 INTERPRETATION
 
13.1 In the event of any question of matter pertaining to day-to-day administration
which is not expressly provided for in this Constitution, the Committee shall have
power to use their own discretion. The decision of the Committee shall be final
unless it is reversed at a General Meeting of members.
 
13.2 This Constitution is written in the English and Chinese Languages. In the event
of any discrepancy or conflict between the two versions, the English version shall
prevail.
 
13.3 The Committee shall have the ultimate power to interpret this Constitution or
any rules and regulations made thereunder or any part thereof respectively in the
event of any ambiguity or differences in the interpretation thereof and such
interpretation shall be binding of the members of the Association.
 
CLAUSE 14 ADVISOR / PATRON

14.1 The Association may appoint individual/organisation as the advisor of the
Association with majority consent of the Committee Members meeting.
LIFE HONORARY PRESIDENTS, HONORARY PRESIDENTS
 
14.2 All retiring presidents (including all past presidents) shall ipso facto become
Life Honorary President of the Association upon his/her retirement from office.
 
14.3 The Committee may appoint individuals who have made special contributions
or rendered meritorious service to the Association to serve as Honorary
President(s) for a term equivalent to the unexpired tenure of office of the Committee
making the appointments.
 
14.4 The office of Life Honorary Presidents and Honorary Presidents are all of an
honorary nature. The life honorary presidents and Honorary Presidents may attend
all the meetings convened by the Association and speak therein PROVIDED THAT
nothing herein shall confer any right on the same to vote in the aforesaid meetings.
 
CLAUSE 15 PROHIBITION
 
15.1 Gambling of any kind, whether for stakes or not, is forbidden on the
Associations premises. The introduction of materials for gambling or drug taking
and of bad characters into the premises is prohibited.
 
15.2 The funds of the Association shall not be used to pay the fines of members
who have been convicted in court of law.
 
15.3 The Association shall not engage in any trade union activity as defined in any
written law relating to trade unions for the time being in force in Malaysia.
 
15.4 The Association shall not attempt to restrict or interfere with trade or make
directly or indirectly any recommendation to, any arrangement with its members
which has the purpose or is likely to have the effect of fixing or controlling the price
or any discount, allowance or rebate relating to any goods or service which
adversely affect consumer interests.
 
15.5 The Association shall not be involved in any political activity or allow its funds
and/or premises to be used for political purposes.
 
15.6 The Association shall not hold any lottery, whether confined to its members or
not, in the name of the Association or its office-bearers, Committee or members
unless with the prior approval of the relevant authorities.
 
15.7 The Association shall not raise funds from the public for whatsoever purposes
without the prior approval in writing of the relevant authorities inclusive of the
Registrar of Societies.
 
15.8 VISITORS AND GUESTS
 
15.8.1 Visitors and guests may be admitted into the premises of the Association but
they shall not be admitted into the privileges of the Association. All visitors and
guests shall abide by the Associations rules and regulations.
 
CLAUSE 16 AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION
 
16.1 No alteration or addition/deletion to this Constitution shall be made except at a
general meeting and with the consent of two-thirds (2/3) of the voting members
present at the General Meeting, and they shall not come into force without the prior
sanction of the Registrar of Societies.
 
16.2 Without prejudice to any provision in this Constitution, the Committee
members shall have the power to :
(a) Interpret this Constitution or any part thereof in the event of ambiguity or
differences in the interpretation thereof and such interpretation shall be binding on
the members of the Association until countermanded by a General Meeting;
(b) Deal with any matter affecting the Association which is not specifically provided
for by the Articles herein.
 
CLAUSE 17 DISSOLUTION
 
17.1 The Association shall not be dissolved, except with the consent of not less
than three fourth (3/4) of the total voting membership of the Association for the time
being resident in Malaysia expressed, either in person or by proxy, at a General
Meeting convened for the purpose, testified by their signatures to an instrument of
dissolution.
 
17.2 In the event of the Association being dissolved as provided above, all debts
and liabilities legally incurred on behalf of the Association shall be fully discharged,
and the remaining funds will be disposed of in such manner as the General Meeting
of members may determine or donated to an approved charity or charities in
Malaysia.
 
17.3 A notice of Dissolution shall be given within seven (7) days of the dissolution to
the Registrar of Societies.
Date:
We the undersigned hereby confirmed that we have approved the constitution as
contained in the preceding paragraph.
DISPUTES
 
17.4. In the event of any dispute arising amongst members, they shall attempt to
resolve the matter at an Extraordinary General Meeting in accordance with this
Constitution. In the event the members fail to resolve the matter, they may bring the
matter to a court of law for settlement.
 
CLAUSE 18 FLAG, LOGO AND BADGE
  
1.   Flag
 
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Description
 
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2.   Logo
 
 
 
Description
 
The logo is made up of four characters "P" representing the meaning of Persatuan
 
"U" representing the meaning of Usahawan "C" representing China and "M" representing Malaysia
 
3.   Badge
 
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Description
 
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