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BY-LAWS OF THE INTERNATIONAL LINEAR ALGEBRA SOCIETY
 

Summary: BY-LAWS OF THE
INTERNATIONAL LINEAR ALGEBRA SOCIETY
ARTICLE 1. OFFICES
The principal office of the Society shall be in the State of Florida. The Society shall
designate a registered office in accordance with Florida law and shall maintain it
continuously. The Society may have offices at such other places within and without
the State of Florida as the Board of Directors may from time to time determine.
ARTICLE 2. MEMBERS
Section 1. Qualification. Membership is open to all persons over the age of (18)
years who are interested in furtherance of the purposes of the Society.
Section 2. Manner of Admission. Each application for Voting Membership may be
approved by a majority of the Executive Board or a majority vote of the Voting
Members present at a meeting. The initial Voting Members are those persons named
as such in the Articles of Incorporation.
Section 3. Membership Classes. There shall be two classes of Membership:
(A) Voting Members. The Society shall have Voting Members who shall
have all the rights and privileges of Members of the Society. A Voting
Member may be removed only by an affirmative vote of at least eighty
percent (80%) of all Voting Members and only for cause, acts inconsistent
with Membership, or conviction of a felony, and only after an opportunity

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics