Short Account of the Memorandum
& Articles of Dudjom Buddhist Association International Limited
to the progress of the Association or are harmful or injurious to
the interests of the Association or who shall wilfully refuse or
neglect to comply with these articles or by-laws of the Association
or shall be guilty of any conduct unworthy of a gentleman or shall
be of unsound mind, shall be expelled from the Association upon
a resolution passed at the meeting of the Board of Directors without
giving any reason therefor. Provided that the member whose expulsion
is contemplated shall be given an opportunity of being heard or
to make representations in writing in his or her own defence before
the resolution for his or her expulsion is voted upon.
Any member who has withdrawn or has been expelled from the Association
shall have no more interest or right in the Association and shall
not be entitled to the refund of the permanent fee or subscription
or contributions previously paid by such member.
The Board of Directors shall from time to time determine to what
extent and at what times and places and under what conditions or
regulations the accounts and books of the Association or any of
them shall be open to the inspection of Voting Members not being
Directors, and no member (not being a Director) shall have any right
of inspecting any account or book or document of the Association
except as conferred by statute or authorized by the Board of Directors.
No business shall be transacted at any general meeting unless a quorum
of members is present at the time when the meeting proceeds to business
and continues to be present until the conclusion of the meeting, save
as herein otherwise provided. Such quorum shall be as follows:
For an Ordinary general meeting - 10 Voting Members or two Directors
present in person;
For an Extraordinary general meeting - 20 Voting Members or three
Directors present in person.
The number of Directors shall not be less than 2 or more than
10 (including the Ordinary Directors).
All Directors of the Association shall serve the Association without
The Board of Directors may delegate any of their powers in managing
the Association to a Management
Committee. All members of the Management Committee shall serve
the Association without any remuneration.
A notice may be given by the Association to any Voting Member either
by advertisement in the local press or personally, or by sending it
by post to him or her to his or her registered address, or (if he
or she has no registered address within Hong Kong) to the address,
if any, within Hong Kong supplied by him or her to the Association
for the giving of notices to him or her.
(This is a concise version of the Memorandum & Articles of the Association,
any member who is interested should consult the full English version