Statutes of the Saxon Hunting and Shooting Club Großdobritz eV 1990


§ 1 name and registered office
§ 2 purpose
§ 3 youth promotion
§ 4 financial year
§ 5 membership
§ 6 honorary members
§ 7 termination of membership
§ 8 membership fees
§ 9 organs of the association
§ 10 General meeting

§ 11 Presidium
§ 12 auditor
§ 13 Certification of decisions
§ 14 dissolution
§ 15 elections and votes
§ 16 Entry into force


§ 1 name and registered office

The association bears the name:
Saxon Hunting and Shooting Club Großdobritz eV 1990
(SJSV Großdobritz eV 1990)
It is based in Niederau, Großdobritz.
He is entered in the register of associations of the Meißen District Court.


§ 2 purpose

(1) The association pursues exclusively and directly non-profit purposes in the sense of the section "Tax-privileged purposes" of the tax code.

(2) The association is politically and denominationally neutral.

(3) The activity of the association is aimed at the maintenance and promotion of sporting and hunting shooting, as well as the shooting tradition. The purpose of the statute is realized in particular through the organization and implementation of training and competition events in grassroots, competitive and youth shooting sport.

(4) The SJSV Großdobritz eV 1990 is a member of the Sächsischer Schützenbundes eV 1990 and thus a member of the Deutscher Schützenbundes eV, whose statutes it recognizes.

(5) The association is selflessly active, it does not primarily pursue its own economic purposes.

(6) Funds of the association may only be used for statutory purposes. No person may benefit from expenses that are alien to the purpose of the association or from disproportionately high remuneration. The members do not receive payments from the association.


§ 3 youth promotion

(1) The SJSV youth rifle is an integral part of the association and youth organization of the Saxon Rifle Association
It is bound to the association's statutes and its charitable status.

(2) The youth shooter of the SJSV draws up a youth regulation in agreement with the presidium and on the basis of the association's statutes.

(3) Funds flowing into the club for the purposes of youth shooting may only be used for specific purposes.


§ 4 financial year

The financial year is the calendar year.


§ 5 membership

(1) Any natural person can become a member of the association if they are committed to the present statutes, promote the purpose of the association, correspond to the age specified in the Weapons Act and submit a written request to the Presidium.

(2) The Presidium will decide on the admission at its next meeting. The President must inform the applicant of the decision immediately.
If the Presidium rejects the application for admission, the person concerned is entitled to appeal to the General Assembly. The final decision is made by a simple majority of the votes given.


§ 6 honorary members

(1) Members who have made particular contributions to the association can be appointed honorary members by the general assembly.

(2) Natural and legal persons who have made a special contribution to promoting the purpose of the association can also be appointed honorary members by the general assembly.


§ 7 termination of membership

Membership ends:

a) by leaving
b) by death
c) by deletion from the member list
d) by exclusion.

Re a) The resignation can be made by a written declaration to the Presidium with four weeks notice at the end of the calendar year.
The leaving member remains obliged to pay the membership fee up to this point.

to b) Membership ends with the death of the member.

Re c) The deletion from the list of members can be made by decision of the Presidium if the member is more than two months behind with the payment of contributions and redemptions after the due date.

re d) A member can be expelled by the Presidium with immediate effect,
if it :
1.) has violated the interests of the association, or
2.) is guilty of a dishonorable act.

Before the decision is taken, the member concerned must be given an appropriate period to comment. The exclusion resolution must be communicated to the member concerned in writing, stating the reasons. Against the decision, the member has the right to appeal to the general assembly. The appeal must be made within one month of receiving the exclusion decision. The general assembly decides with a simple majority of the votes cast.
Before the decision by the general assembly, the member has no right to a judicial decision on the effectiveness of the exclusion decision.
A resigning member is not entitled to the association's assets.


§ 8 membership fees

(1) If a member is newly admitted, the member must pay a one-time admission fee in accordance with the fee schedule.

(2) Members are required to pay annual contributions, contributions in kind in the form of hours worked and redemptions for hours not worked.

(3) The general assembly decides on the amount of the membership fees. For this purpose, it draws up an annual fee schedule to be decided by the general assembly.

(4) Honorary members who have been appointed by the general meeting are exempt from the contribution obligation.


§ 9 organs of the association

The organs of the association are the general assembly, the presidium and the auditor.
The Presidium can appoint advisory boards to deal with special tasks.


§ 10 General meeting

(1) The tasks of the general assembly include:

- the establishment of guidelines for the association's work,
- the election of the Presidium and the auditor,
- acceptance of the annual report of the Presidium
- acceptance of the Treasurer's preliminary annual accounts
- the receipt of the auditor's report,
- discharge of the Presidium,
- the determination of membership fees and the decision on the fee schedule,
- The decision on changes to the statutes or the dissolution of the association.

(2) All members 'meetings are convened in writing to all members by the President or a Vice-President, stating the agenda and giving 14 days' notice.

(3) Each member has the right to introduce further items on the agenda. These must be submitted to the Presidium in writing one week before the date of the General Assembly. The General Assembly can decide to add to the agenda set by the Presidium.

(4) An extraordinary general meeting is to be called if the interests of the association so require or a calling of a third of all association members is requested in writing by the presidium stating the purpose and the reasons.

(5) The general meeting takes place once a year.

(6) The General Assembly is chaired by the President, or if unavailable by a Vice President. If these are also prevented, the general assembly elects a chairperson from the presidium.

(7) The general assembly has a quorum if at least a third of all members are present, or if the invitation states that no decision will be taken regardless of the number of those present.

(8) In the event of a quorum, the Presidium is obliged to convene a second meeting with the same agenda within three weeks. This is quorate regardless of the number of those appearing.

(9) In general, the general assembly takes its decisions with a simple majority of those present. Each member has one vote, abstentions are counted as not cast.

(10) A majority of ¾ of those appearing is required to amend the articles of association.
Requests for changes to the articles of association will only be dealt with in the general assembly if they are received by the presidium in writing at least four weeks before the day of the general assembly.


§ 11 Presidium


(1) The Presidium of the association consists of:

a) the President
b) the 1st Vice President
c) the 2nd Vice President
d) the treasurer
e) the secretary
f) the sports director
g) the public relations officer
h) the youth leader

(2) The Presidium is elected for a period of 4 years and remains in office until a new election. Reelection is possible.

(3) Each board member is to be elected individually and secretly. The members of the presidium must be members of the association.

(4) The Presidium leads the association. It is responsible for all matters for which no other jurisdiction is stipulated by law or the Articles of Association. The Presidium can transfer individual matters from its area of ​​responsibility to individual Presidium members. The Presidium adopts rules of procedure.

(5) Presidium meetings should generally take place monthly, but at least every 2 months. The Presidium has a quorum if at least half of the Presidium members are present.

(6) In the internal relationship, the President, if prevented, the 1st Vice President, and if prevented, the 2nd Vice President is authorized to represent.

(7) The association will be judicially and extrajudicially by the president and the vice presidents. The named persons are each individually authorized to represent in the sense of § 26 BGB.

(8) The association maintains a bank account. The treasurer and the president are entitled to dispose of the club account. The presidium makes further stipulations in a financial regulation.

(9) The Presidium can receive remuneration for its work in accordance with a decision of the General Assembly.


§ 12 auditor

Two cash auditors are to be elected by the general assembly for a period of 4 years.
Reelection is possible. Cash auditors may not be members of the Presidium or an advisory board appointed by it.
The cash auditors check the preliminary annual accounts of the treasurer and submit a test report to the general meeting. After the end of the financial year, the auditors are due no later than 28.02. of the following year to submit the complete final report for examination by the treasurer.
They apply for the discharge of the treasurer and the other members of the Presidium if the cash transactions are properly conducted or if they are elected.


§ 13 Certification of decisions

The decisions taken in the presidium meetings and in the general assembly must be recorded in writing and signed by the respective chairman of the meeting and the secretary of the meeting. Members of the association are to be granted access upon request.



§ 14 dissolution

The general assembly, which is to decide on the dissolution, is only quorate if it has been called for this purpose within a period of one month and if at least ¾ of the association members are present.
If the meeting is not quorate, a second extraordinary general meeting is to be held within one month, which then decides on the dissolution regardless of the number of those present.
The decision on the dissolution requires a majority of 4/5 of those appearing in this general meeting.
The general assembly also decides on the type of liquidation.
In the event of dissolution or the cessation of tax-privileged purposes, the assets, after all liabilities have been repaid, will go to a legal entity under public law or another tax-privileged body for the purpose of promoting sport. Decisions on the future use of the assets may only be carried out with the approval of the tax office.


§ 15 elections and votes

(1) Elections are secret and take place through ballot papers.

(2) The Presidium regulates the election procedure in a statute.

(3) In the case of votes, the simple majority of the votes cast decides, unless the statutes expressly state otherwise. Abstentions are counted as not given. In the event of a tie, the application is considered rejected. Voting is done publicly by raising hands. At the request of a third of those appearing, a secret vote will take place by means of a ballot or name call. Before voting, the chairman of the meeting must determine the quorum and write it down in the minutes.


§ 16 Entry into force

These statutes are adopted by resolution of the general assembly on February 26th, 2010 and come into force upon entry in the register of associations.

This invalidates the articles of association dated January 27, 2007.