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Article 7 of the Basic Regulations for Associations:

The basic membership in the association varies into two types: worker membership and affiliate membership.
The Association may introduce other types of membership, and none of the new types of memberships are entitled to run for membership in the Board of Directors under those memberships.
Membership in the Society (closed and open).

Article 8 of the Basic Regulations for Associations:

A member is a worker in the association if he participates in the establishment of the association, or joined it after its establishment, and the board of directors accepts his membership, and he is a specialist, interested or practicing in the association’s specialty.
A member must work in the association
Paying an annual subscription in the amount of 200 riyals.
Cooperating with the association and its employees to achieve its goals.
Not to do anything that would harm the association.
Adherence to the decisions of the General Assembly.
What is the right of an active member:
Participate in association activities.
Reviewing the association’s documents and documents, including the decisions issued in the association, whether by the general assembly, the board of directors, the executive director, or others.
Review the general balance sheet of the association and its attachments at the association’s headquarters and before submitting it to the general assembly in sufficient time.
Attending the general assembly.
Voting on the decisions of the general assembly if he has passed six months from the date of joining the assembly.
Receive basic information about the association’s activities periodically.
Viewing the minutes and financial documents at the association’s headquarters.
Inviting the general assembly to convene the extraordinary meeting, in solidarity with ۲۵% of the members who have the right to attend the general assembly.
The member may address the association with a letter issued by him directing him to the board of directors, and the association may address the member with a letter issued by the board of directors or whomever the board delegates to be delivered to the member personally, or sent to him through any of his addresses registered in the membership register.
Delegating in writing to one of the members to represent him in attending the General Assembly.
Candidacy for membership in the Board of Directors, after a period of no less than six months from the date of joining the Association and paying the subscription.
An active member may address the association through any available means, and the board of directors or whomever he delegates must provide the answer through the same means or via his address registered in the membership register.

Article 9 of the Basic Regulations for Associations:

A member shall be an affiliate in the association if he submits an application for membership of the association and it appears that one of the membership conditions working on him does not apply, and a decision has been issued by the board of directors to accept him as an associate member, or he applied for membership as an affiliate.
A must associate member of the association
Paying an annual subscription in the association in the amount of 100 riyals
Cooperating with the association and its employees to achieve its goals.
Not to do anything that would harm the association.
Adherence to the decisions of the General Assembly.
What is the right of an affiliate member:
Participate in association activities.
Receive basic information about the association’s activities periodically every fiscal year.
Viewing the association documents and documents.
The affiliate member may address the association through any available means, and the board of directors or whomever it authorizes must provide the answer through the same means or through his address registered in the membership register.

 

 

 

 

Article 10 of the Basic Regulations for Associations:

An honorary member of the association shall be whoever the general assembly deems to grant him an honorary membership in it in return for his material or moral contribution to the association.
An honorary member is not entitled to attend Board meetings.
The honorary member has no right to request access to any of the association’s documents and documents, to attend the General Assembly, nor to nominate himself for membership in the Board of Directors, and his attendance does not prove the validity of the meeting.
The honorary member may address the association through any available means, and the board of directors or whomever he authorizes must provide the answer through the same means or through his address registered in the membership register.

Article eleven of the basic bylaws of associations:

An honorary member of the association shall be whoever the general assembly deems to grant him an honorary membership in the board of directors in return for his distinction in the association’s field of work.
The board of directors may invite the honorary member to board meetings without having the right to vote.
The honorary member is not entitled to request the attendance of the general assembly nor to nominate himself for membership of the board of directors, and his attendance does not prove the validity of the board meeting.
The honorary member may address the association through any available means, and the board of directors or whomever he delegates must provide the answer through the same or other means.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Article 12 of the Basic Regulations for Associations:

Each member of the association must pay the specified subscription according to the type of membership to which he belongs, and he is not entitled to exercise any of his rights in the event that he breaches the payment of the subscription, and the provisions for participation are as follows:

Membership subscription is paid once a year, or based on a monthly schedule and according to the member’s request and what is decided by the Board of Directors, taking into account the following:
The obligation to pay the annual subscription before the end of the fiscal year.
A member is not exempt from paying the amounts owed by him in the association in the event that his membership in it ends.
If a member joins the association during the fiscal year, only a percentage that equals the remainder of the association’s fiscal year shall be paid from participation.
The board may delay the unpaid members of the association until the date of the nearest general assembly.

Thirteenth Article of the Basic Regulations for Associations:

The membership status of a member ceases to exist by a reasoned decision issued by the Board of Directors in any of the following cases:

Withdrawing from the association, based on a written request submitted by the member to the board of directors. This does not preclude the association’s right to claim any dues from him or funds that he has under his hands.
Death.
If he loses one of the membership conditions.
If a decision is issued by the General Assembly to withdraw the membership, in any of the following cases and at the discretion of the General Assembly.
If the member undertakes an act that would cause material or moral damage to the association.
If the member abuses his membership in the association for a personal purpose.
If the member delays the payment of the subscription beyond its due date in accordance with the provisions of Article 12.

Article 14 of the Basic Regulations for Associations:

The administrative board must