Here We Answer Your ARTSA Questions
Decisions are made by a majority vote of those present, except for specific decisions which require a majority of all members.
Yes, any member of the Association can challenge decisions by submitting a complaint to the General Meeting.
The Executive Director represents ARTSA in relations with third parties and is a financially liable person of the Association.
Another Management Board member appointed by the Chairperson will take over if the Executive Director is temporarily unavailable.
The Association’s property includes real rights in movable and immovable property, donations, bequests, and other assets.
ARTSA is registered and operates under the Bulgarian Commercial Register, the Non-profit Legal Entities Act, and Bulgarian law.
The Code of Conduct outlines expected behaviors such as integrity, professionalism, respect, compliance, conflict of interest avoidance, responsibility for actions, and reporting violations.
Breaches can result in disciplinary action, including termination of membership.
Termination can occur through a General Meeting decision or by court judgment under specified conditions.
A liquidator appointed by the Management Board will manage the liquidation process following legal and statutory provisions.
In case of inconsistencies, the Bulgarian text of the Statutes prevails.