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HEMLANI-DU Actions Condemned
April 10, 2012 | Share
Members will be aware that during the past three AGM’s, there has been much discussion of the behavior of two members in relation to the well-being of the Club and its Directors.
At the most recent AGM held in December, a motion was proposed and passed by the majority of the members for the Board of Directors to consider disciplinary action against certain members related to the legal actions they have taken.
These actions have not only caused the Club to face massive financial expenses, but also caused members of the Board of Directors from 2008-11to face personal financial expenses, loss of freedom to travel and unimaginable levels of emotional stress.
Many members have questioned whether it is correct that individuals should remain as members of the Club when they have openly and repeatedly acted against its best interests.
Article VII Section 5 of the Club’s Articles of Incorporation, entitled ‘House Rules’ states that “The Board of Directors shall establish and modify when necessary House Rules concerning the conduct of the members and the maintenance and efficient operation of the Club. It is a condition of membership that the House Rules are adhered to by Members and failure to do so may result in disciplinary action including termination of membership.”
Included in the House Rules under Membership, point #10 is the following: “If any member violates any of the NSC By-Laws, NSC House Rules, or behaves in a manner prejudicial to fellow members, or the good name and reputation of the Club, he/she may be deprived of the privileges of the Club for such period as the BOD deems appropriate, or may in extreme cases have his/her membership terminated”.
As can clearly be seen from this rule, any member acting against the interests of the Club can be terminated as a member of Nomad Sports Club.
The Board of Directors is now reviewing the position regarding membership of the Club of two long-term Members.
This opportunity was declined by both at the time, on the basis of short-term inability to meet the initial deadline for publication. Since then, neither of the Members has made an attempt to send the Club or the Board of Directors any reasoning for their behavior, either to be published publicly or to be considered in private by the Board.
While the two Members are still offered the opportunity to send in articles for publication to explain their actions, the Board of Directors, along with its legal advisers, is actively considering terminating their Membership.
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