RULES OF THE MUMBLES YACHT CLUB

 

INDEX

 

  1. Name
  2. Objects
  3. Club Insignia
  4. Membership
  5. Subscriptions
  6. Resignations
  7. Officers
  8. Annual Meeting
  9. Management
  10. Executive Committee
  11. Disciplinary Action
  12. Finance
  13. Custody of Club Property
  14. Rules
  15. Alteration to rules
  16. Quorum
  17. Use of Club Premises
  18. Supply of Intoxicating Liquor and Gaming Machines
  19. Sailing Committee
  20. House Management Committee
  21. Social Committee
  22. Training Committee
  23. Finance Committee
  24. Temporary Members
  25. Visitors
  26. Visitors 2
  27. Visitors 3
  28. Intoxicating Liquor
  29. Expulsion
  30. Bylaws
  31. Dissolution

RULES OF THE MUMBLES YACHT CLUB

 1.        NAME

     The name of the Club shall be: "THE MUMBLES YACHT CLUB".

 2.        OBJECTS

     The objects of the Club are:

(a)       the encouragement of yacht cruising, dinghy sailing, windsurfing, motor cruising and racing.

(b)       to provide and maintain suitable accommodation for the use and benefit of the members.

 3.        CLUB INSIGNIA

     The Club Flag shall be the British Red Ensign, the Burgee to be a white seagull on a background of divided light and dark blue and cap badge likewise. The Club button shall bear the same device as the Burgee with the words Mumbles Yacht Club around the edge.

 4.        MEMBERSHIP

     The Membership of the Club shall consist of Life Members, Honorary Members, Ordinary Members, Family Members, Cadet Members, Junior Members, Country Members, Student Members, Winter Members, Summer Members and Short Term Members.

(a)       Life Members.   At a General Meeting, Life Members may be elected for services rendered to the State or Club or for any such other reason as the General Meeting shall determine and they shall not be liable to pay any entrance fee or subscription.

(b)        Honorary Members.   The Executive Committee shall have power to elect any person as an Honorary Member of the Club for such period not exceeding twelve months. Honorary Members shall not be required to pay any entrance fee or subscription and shall be eligible for re-election but so that the number of Honorary Members shall not be significant in proportion to the total membership of the Club.

(c)        Ordinary Members.   Of not less than 18 years of age.

(d)       Family Members.   Family Members shall be defined as a husband and wife with such of the children of that family who shall be under the age of 18 years on the date when the subscriptions became due”

(e)       Cadet Members.   Juniors over the age of 16 years and up to the end of October of the year in which they attain their 18th birthday.

(f)        Junior Members.   Juniors over the age of 8 years and up to the end of October of the year in which they attain their 16th birthday.

(g)        Country Members.   Country members shall be defined as Ordinary Members whose normal place of residence is not within a radius of 25 miles of the Clubhouse.

(h)        Student Members Student Members shall be defined as persons over the age of 18 years and under the age of 25 years on the date when their subscription became due and who are receiving full time education.  

(i) Save as prescribed in (j) below, Honorary, Cadet, Junior, Student Members and the children of Family Members shall not be entitled:

        (i) To be members of the Executive Committee

        (ii)            To take any part in convening any General Meeting

       (iii)            To vote at any General Meeting

       (iv)            To introduce any visitor to the Club

       (v) To receive any share of the property of the Club or other assets upon its dissolution.

(j)  Cadet, Junior and the children of Family Members shall be entitled to elect annually a Cadet Member to serve on the Executive Committee as their representative, with full voting rights.

(k)       Applicants for membership shall be proposed by one member of the Club and seconded by another to both of whom the applicant shall be personally known. The application shall be made on the form prescribed by the Executive Committee which form shall bear the signature of the proposer and seconder and the Executive Committee member sponsoring the application and be sent to the Honorary Membership Secretary accompanied by the appropriate subscription and entrance fee which shall be returnable in the event of that application for membership being rejected.

(l)  The names of the applicants for membership shall be placed before the Executive Committee, which shall have the right to accept or reject an application without giving any reason for its decision after the proposal form has been affixed to the Club's notice board for not less than two days.

     On election by the Executive Committee the names of the applicants shall be entered on the Register of Members.

     On election of a new member the Membership Secretary shall so inform him in writing and provide him or her with a copy of the rules.

(m)       Winter Members.   Shall be defined as persons over 18 years of age joining for the purpose of sailing and racing at the Club with its members between the months of November to April inclusive. Such Winter Membership shall expire on 30th April, but a Winter Member may become an Ordinary Member if he/she shall complete and sign the prescribed form for conversion to Ordinary Membership and pay 50% of the Ordinary Membership subscription before the next annual subscription shall become due. Winter Membership may be renewed for a second and thereafter subsequent years at the discretion of the Executive Committee on completion and signature of the prescribed form and payment of the prescribed fee but without paying a further entrance fee.”

(n)       Summer Members.   Shall be defined as persons who are members of another RYA affiliated Club, but who wish to sail and race at the Club with it’s members during the months of May, June, July, August and September in any one year.

 (o)      Short Term Members.   Shall be defined as persons whose main residence is more than 35 miles from the Clubhouse.

 (p)      A Short Term Member or a Summer Member shall be a person whom either the Commodore, Vice Commodore, Rear Commodore, Honorary Secretary or Membership Secretary of the Club shall have admitted as a Short Term Member or a Summer Member, provided that:

      (i)   He/she shall have signed the prescribed form and has paid the prescribed fee

      (ii)  The period of such admission as a Short Term or Summer Member shall not have been exceeded         

     (iii)    Short Term Members and Summer Members shall be admitted on such terms and have such privileges of membership as the Executive Committee may determine.

     (iv) A short Term Member or a Summer Member (so long as they remain a Short Term Member or Summer Members) may not become an officer or member of any Committee and shall not be entitled to vote at either an Annual General Meeting or General Meeting of the Club or act as a proposer or seconder of any candidate for membership of the Club or introduce any visitor to the Club.

(v) A person applying to become a Short Term Member or Summer Member shall not be obliged to comply with the provisions of rule 4(j) or to pay the subscriptions specified in rule 5(a) (i) and (ii)

(q)             Senior Members shall be defined as existing members of Mumbles Yacht Club who are aged 65 or over on the renewal date of their subscription and who have been members of Mumbles Yacht Club for a continuous period of five years immediately prior to such renewal date

5. SUBSCRIPTIONS

(a)         (i)            There shall be an entrance fee payable by all members other than Honorary Members, Student Members, Cadet Members, Junior Members, Short Term Members and Summer Members.

      (ii)  There shall be an annual subscription payable by all members on 1st November in each year.

      (iii)             Entrance fees and annual subscriptions shall be as recommended by the Executive Committee and passed by an Annual or Special General Meeting of members and shall become operative as from the 1st November following such a meeting.

      (iv)             The Annual subscription payable by each new Ordinary Member of the Club shall be reduced by one half for each half of the Club's financial year that has elapsed immediately prior to his election as an Ordinary Member.

       (v) In exceptional circumstances, the Executive Committee shall have the power in its absolute discretion to waive the entrance fee of a person wishing to rejoin the Club.

      (vi)                         Winter Members shall pay a subscription at a rate equivalent of 50% of the Ordinary Membership rounded up to the nearest pound.

      (vii)            Summer Members shall pay a subscription at a rate equivalent to 20% of the Ordinary, Cadet or Junior membership as appropriate for each month of membership of the Club rounded up to the nearest pound.

(viii)                     Short Term Members shall pay a subscription at a rate equivalent to 10% of the Ordinary, Cadet or Junior membership as appropriate for each week of membership of the Club rounded up to the nearest pound.

 (ix)  "Single Senior Members shall pay a subscription at a rate equivalent to 50% of the ordinary membership rounded up to the nearest pound

 (x)  "Senior husband and wife members shall pay a subscription at a rate equivalent to 75% of the ordinary membership rounded up to the nearest pound

 

(b)       Should the member's subscription not be paid by November 15th, the Membership Secretary shall write to him requesting payment and if the subscription is not paid by December 1st, he shall cease to be a Member of the Club.

6.        RESIGNATIONS

     Any member may resign his membership by giving to the Membership Secretary notice in writing to that effect on or before 31st October. Failing which the member shall be liable for the subscription due on November 1st following

 7.        OFFICERS

(a)       The Officers of the Club shall consist of a Commodore, Vice-Commodore, Rear-Commodore, three Trustees, Honorary Treasurer, Honorary Secretary, Honorary Membership Secretary and Sailing Captain.

(b)       The Officers shall retire annually but shall be eligible for re-election without nomination at the Annual General Meeting. The retiring Commodore shall be an ex-officio member of the Executive Committee for the ensuing year.

 8.        ANNUAL MEETING

     The Club Year shall end on the 31st October. The Annual General Meeting shall be held at such time as the Executive Committee deem fit within three months of the first day of November in each year, but so that fifteen months shall not elapse without an Annual General Meeting. Twenty one clear days notice at least, specifying the place, day, hour and business of meeting shall be sent to each member.

     Nominations for Officers and the Executive Committee shall be in writing, addressed to the Secretary and delivered to the Clubhouse not less than five clear days before the date of such meeting and shall contain the consent of the person nominated.

 9.        MANAGEMENT

     The management of the Club shall be conducted by the Executive Committee as hereinafter defined.

10.        EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

(a)       The Executive Committee shall consist of not more than nine members exclusive of the Officers and the Cadet Member.

(b)       At the Annual General Meeting one third of the Executive Committee shall retire but shall be eligible for re-election without nomination. No member shall serve on the Executive Committee for more than three years without offering himself for re-election.

     For the purpose of this rule a member retiring during the course of the year shall be deemed to retire at the Annual General Meeting. The Cadet Member shall retire at the Annual General Meeting.

(c)        If a member of the Executive Committee absents himself for three consecutive meetings without a satisfactory explanation to the Honorary Secretary it shall be considered that he wishes to resign.

(d)       The Executive Committee shall have power to fill vacancies in offices until the next Annual General meeting and shall also have power to co-opt members with special qualifications for such time as they think necessary but such co-opted members will have no vote at any Executive Committee meeting.

(e)       The Executive Committee shall meet whenever necessary and at least once a month, or at any time upon the request of seven members of the Executive Committee. Each Executive member shall receive a notice by post of every Executive Committee Meeting at least three days before the meeting is held.

(f) The Senior Flag Officer present shall preside at all Committee Meetings and if none are present then the Committee shall vote a Chairman from among their number.

(g)       All Committee decisions shall normally be made by a show of hands, but the Chairman shall have the power to take a ballot. Any such ballot shall be made by each member on a separate unidentifiable slip of paper which shall, after mixing and counting, be scrutinised by two members of the Committee. In the event of a tie the Chairman of the meeting shall have a second or casting vote.

(h)        The Committee shall appoint Sub-Committees should they deem it necessary from other members of the Committee with powers to co-opt any other members of the Club.

(i) The Committee by a majority may, and shall, at the requisition of any twenty-five members stating the business for which it is required instruct the Honorary Secretary to call a Special Meeting of members and such notice calling a Special General Meeting shall be sent through the post at least twenty-one clear days before the date of the proposed meeting.

(j) The Secretary shall keep a true record of the Minutes of all meetings and perform any other such duties as are required of him by these rules and by resolution of the Committee.

(k) The Membership Secretary shall keep a list of names and addresses of all members and keep such records as are necessary to account for all monies received by him and all receipts of membership cards issued by him.

11.        DISCIPLINARY ACTION

     The Executive Committee shall have power to reprimand, suspend for any period not exceeding six calendar months, or expel any member who shall infringe any rule, regulation or bye-law of the Club, or whose conduct at any time is in the opinion of the Executive Committee detrimental to the Club, or is in the opinion of the Executive Committee detrimental to the interests of the Club, or if in the opinion of the Executive Committee the interests of the Club so require PROVIDED THAT no member shall be reprimanded, suspended or expelled;

(a)       Unless he has first been summoned in writing to appear before a meeting of the Executive Committee to explain his conduct, and

(b)       Unless in the case of suspension or expulsion a majority of two-thirds of the members of the Executive Committee then present shall vote for his suspension or expulsion, or unless in the case of a reprimand a simple majority of the members of the Committee then present shall so vote, and

(c)        Unless he has received seven days notice in writing of the meeting before which he is summoned and such notice contains a statement of the charge or complaint against him.

     The Executive Committee shall have power to exclude such member from the Club House and from Club Activities until the relevant Executive Committee meeting is held to consider the matter. The voting at any such meeting shall be by ballot

12.        FINANCE

(a)       The Executive committee shall (inter alia) be authorised to open a banking account. in the name of the Club, all cheques thereon to be signed by the Honorary Treasurer and Honorary Secretary.

(b)       All payments shall be authorised by the Executive Committee or the Finance Committee. Payments shall be made by cheque and a receipt obtained for all amounts. The Honorary Treasurer shall keep correct accounts of all monies received and paid out by him and he shall prepare an annual account and balance sheet setting forth the assets and liabilities of the Club as on the 31st October each year and shall hand same to such Auditor as the Executive Committee may appoint. A printed copy of the Balance Sheet shall be made available for each member.

(c)        The Executive Committee on behalf of the Club shall have power to borrow such sums as may be necessary for the purpose of carrying on the affairs of the Club and financing it's activities.

(d)       The Executive Committee may invest any monies belonging to the Club in such investments as they may at their discretion think fit, and may from time to time realise or vary such investments and may charge the same as security in respect of any borrowing made on behalf of the Club. Such investments shall be made in the names of the Club's bankers as nominees.

13.        CUSTODY OF CLUB PROPERTY

     The property and assets of the Club shall be vested in three trustees, in whose names all securities and investments shall be made (except as otherwise stated) and the same and all assets and property of the Club shall be held by them in trust for and for and under the control and direction of the Executive Committee. Any member ceasing to belong to the Club by death, resignation or expulsion or should he compound with his creditors shall not (except as regards any debt owing to the member by the Club) have any claim or be entitled to participate in any of the effects and property of the Club, or have any part of his annual subscription returned to him/her.

14.        RULES

     A copy of the Rules shall be given to each member on his joining the Club, and payment of his subscription entitles the member to enjoy every benefit of the Club, so also it shall distinctly imply his submission to the rules and to any bye-laws made by the Executive Committee in conformity with the rules.

     For the purposes of these rules where the context so admits the words importing the masculine gender shall also include the feminine gender.

15.        ALTERATION TO RULES

     No rule shall be altered or suspended or new rule made except at an Annual or Special General Meeting of members of the Club. The majority to alter, suspend or add to the rules shall be as follows: in the proportion of two to one on a show of hands. Every proposal to alter, suspend or add to the rules must be notified to the Secretary 14 days before the notification to the member of such Annual or Special General Meeting and the effect notified to all members in the Notice convening the meeting. Upon any alteration, or amendment or addition to the Rules, the Secretary shall give written notice of the alteration, amendment addition to the Chief Constable, the Town Clerk and the Clerk to the Magistrates within 21 days of the said alteration, amendment or addition.

16.QUORUM

A quorum shall be as follows:

(a)       At all General Meetings twenty-five (25)

(b)       At Executive Committee Meetings five (5)

(c)        At Sub-Committee Meetings a majority of the members of the Sub Committee.

(d)       At Sailing Committee Meetings five (5) and the quorum for the House Management Committee shall be four (4) and the quorum for the Social Committee shall be four (4).

(e)       The Officers of the Club shall be ex-officio members of all committees and sub-committees.

17.       USE OF CLUB PREMISES

(a)       The Executive Committee shall have power to make from time to time such Regulations for the use of the Club premises as it may think fit.

(b)       The Executive Committee shall have absolute discretion to prohibit any games being played on the Club premises which they may deem to be unlawful or undesirable or injurious to the interest of the Club.

(c)        The Executive Committee shall have power in its absolute discretion to close the Club premises at any time for any purpose and for any period.

(d)       Every member shall before leaving the Club premises pay any charges incurred by him whether on his own account or for a visitor and no credit shall be permitted.

(e)       No member or person under the age of 18 years shall purchase or be bought or consume intoxicating liquor on the Club premises.

18. SUPPLY OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR AND GAMING MACHINES

(a)       The permitted hours for the sale of intoxicating liquor shall be fixed (and may be varied from time to time) by the House Management Committee in accordance with the statutory provisions for the time, being in force.

(b)The House Management Committee will manage the purchase for the Club and the supply by the Club of intoxicating liquor.

(c)        The Executive Committee shall administer the proceeds of any gaming machines, operated under Part III of the gaming act 1968, and shall apply such proceeds for the exclusive benefit of the Club members in such manner as the Executive Committee shall determine.

(d)       A separate bank account shall be kept, known as “The Gaming Machine Account”, the signatories to the account shall be the Commodore, the Honorary Secretary and one authorised member of the Executive Committee, it being a requirement that the cheques shall be signed by all three.

(e)       The machines shall be opened only in the presence of the three signatories, or in the presence of two or more authorised members of the Executive Committee, the proceeds being banked each week.

(f)     Annual accounts shall be kept showing the proceeds realised from the machines and the application of such proceeds. Copies of any such accounts shall be forwarded to the Betting and Gaming Licensing Committee on request.

19.        SAILING COMMITTEE

(a)       All arrangements for yachting events, races, courses, handicaps, time-keeping and parking of dinghies shall be in the hands of the Sailing Committee.

(b)The Sailing Committee shall consist of two members of the Executive Committee elected annually by that Committee, with powers to invite the Class Captains of the recognised classes sailing in the Club.

(c)        The Sailing Committee shall elect from its members a Secretary.

(d)       If a member of the Sailing Committee absents himself for three consecutive meetings without a satisfactory explanation to the Secretary it shall be considered that he wishes to resign.

(e)       The Sailing Committee shall at the beginning of each season prepare a programme of sailing events for the season which shall be submitted to the Executive Committee for their approval before being printed.

(f) The Sailing Committee shall keep a record of the results of all races.

(g)       The Sailing Committee shall have power to appoint representatives to represent the Club on any Joint Regatta Committee with any other Club or Clubs.

(h)        The Sailing Committee shall prepare an annual budget estimate for submission to the Finance Committee, before the 1st November each preceding year. Once approved by the Executive Committee, Sailing Committee shall have the power to spend and raise income within the overall limits of their budget, subject to any amendment by the Executive Committee from time to time.

20.        HOUSE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

(a)       All arrangements for the management of the Clubhouse including conduct of members therein and catering and refreshments shall be in the hands of the House Management Committee.

(b)       The House Management Committee shall consist of two members of the Executive Committee elected annually by that Committee.

(c)        The Chairman of the House Management Committee shall be elected annually by the Executive Committee.

(d)       The House Management Committee shall elect from its members a Secretary.

(e)       If a member of the House Management Committee absents himself for three consecutive meetings without a satisfactory explanation to the Secretary it shall be considered that he wishes to resign.

(f)         The House Management Committee shall prepare an annual budget estimate for submission to the Finance Committee, before the 1st November each preceding year. Once approved by the Executive Committee, House Management Committee shall have the power to spend and raise income within the overall limits of their budget, subject to any amendment by the Executive Committee from time to time.

21.        SOCIAL COMMITTEE

(a)       The co-ordination of social events for the Club shall be in the hands of the Social Committee.

(b)       The Social Committee shall consist of two members of the Executive Committee elected annually by that Committee with power to co-opt any other members of the Club

(c)        The Chairman of the Social Committee shall be elected annually by the Executive Committee.

(d)       The Social Committee shall elect from its members a Secretary.

(e)       If a member of the Social Committee absents himself for three consecutive meetings without a satisfactory explanation to the Secretary it shall be considered that he wishes to resign.

(f)         The Social Committee shall from time to time prepare a programme of forthcoming social events which shall be submitted to the Executive Committee for their approval before being printed.

(g)       The Social Committee shall prepare an annual budget estimate for submission to the Finance Committee, before the 1st November each preceding year. Once approved by the Executive Committee, Social Committee shall have the power to spend and raise income within the overall limits of their budget, subject to any amendment by the Executive Committee from time to time.

22.        TRAINING COMMITTEE

(a)       All arrangements for training, including the management of RYA recognised teaching and training of trainers, instructors and coaches shall be in the hands of the Training Committee.

(b)       The Training Committee shall consist of two members of the Executive Committee elected annually by that Committee, with power to co-opt any other members who have a specific interest in training. The principal of any Mumbles Yacht Club RYA Recognised Teaching Establishment shall be an ex-officio member.

(c)        The Chairman of the Training Committee shall be elected annually by the Executive Committee.

(d)       The Training Committee shall elect from its members a Secretary.

(e)       If a member of the Training Committee absents himself for three consecutive meetings without a satisfactory explanation to the Secretary it shall be considered that he wishes to resign.

(f)         The Training Committee shall prepare and publish training programme and keep records of the results of training.

(g)       The Training Committee will be responsible for maintaining all Club training boats and equipment and jointly, with the Sailing Committee, for maintaining boats and equipment used in common with them.

(h)        The Training Committee shall prepare an annual budget estimate for submission to the Finance Committee, before the 1st November each preceding year. Once approved by the Executive Committee, Training Committee shall have the power to spend and raise income within the overall limits of their budget, subject to any amendment by the Executive Committee from time to time.

23       FINANCE COMMITTEE

(a)The Finance Committee shall consist of the Commodore, Vice Commodore, Rear Commodore, Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer, Honorary Membership Secretary, Sailing Captain and the Chairmen of the House Management, Social and Training Committees.

(b)The Chairman of the Finance Committee shall be the Honorary Treasurer and in his absence, the most senior Flag Officer present.

(c)        The Finance Committee shall appoint a Secretary for the Committee.

(d)       The Finance Committee shall receive the budget estimates from each Committee and prepare an annual budget for the Yacht Club before the 1st November each preceding year. Once approved by the Executive Committee, Finance Committee shall have the power to monitor spending by each Committee, to ensure that the overall limits of the budget are adhered to and that cash-flow forecasts are not exceeded.

(e)       The Finance Committee will prepare and maintain an on-going business plan and report on all financial matters to the Executive Committee.

(f)         The Finance Committee will approve all accounts for payment and report thereon to the Executive Committee.

24.        TEMPORARY MEMBERS

(a)       The Executive Committee shall have power to grant temporary membership to any member of a recognised yacht club for any period and upon such terms as they may decide, but in no event shall any temporary membership become effective until the expiration of two clear days from the date upon which application for such temporary membership (giving the name and address of such proposed temporary member) shall have been submitted to and approved by the Executive Committee.

(b)        Temporary members are not entitled to introduce guests to the Club. Temporary members shall not become Officers of the Club nor shall they be entitled to vote at any meetings nor to receive any share of the property of the Club upon its dissolution.

25.       VISITORS

(a)       A member introducing any person as a visitor shall enter the name and address of such person in a book to be kept for that purpose.

(b)       No visitor so introduced shall pay for any food or drink supplied by the Club and any such payment shall be made by the introducing member. All visitors shall leave the Club before or at the same time as the introducing member.

(c)        No person shall be introduced into the Club on more than six occasions in any year.

(d)       No person who has been refused membership of the Club shall be admitted to the Club premises.

26.       A member of any Club recognised by the Royal Yachting Association (a list whereof is contained in the Year Book of the said Association) may be authorised to use the premises of the Club by any member of the House Management Committee of the Club. Such authorisation shall specify between which dates, not being more than 14 days apart, the said person may so use the premises.

27.       Any person who is a competitor in any race sponsored or organised by or on behalf of the Club, and any person who is a member of the crew of such competitor for the purposes of the race is entitled to use the Club premises within a period of twenty four hours before and after the race in which they are competing.

28.       Intoxicating liquor may be sold to or for consumption on the premises by those persons over the age of 18 who are entitled to the use of the premises of the Club in pursuance of Rules 24 and 25.

29.       The Honorary Secretary or any other person who has received the authority of two members of the House Management Committee may expel temporarily or permanently any person who has the right to the use of the Club premises only under Rules 24, 25, 26 and 27.

30.       BYELAWS

     The Executive Committee shall from time to time make, repeal and amend all such Byelaws and Regulations (not inconsistent with these Rules) as they shall think expedient for the internal management of the clubhouse and well being of the Club.

     All such Byelaws and Regulations shall be binding upon the members until repealed by resolution of a General Meeting of the Club.

31.        DISSOLUTION

     If at any General meeting a resolution for the dissolution of the Club shall be passed by a majority of the members present and any such resolution shall at a Special General Meeting held not less than one month thereafter (at which not less than one half of the members shall be present) be confirmed by a resolution in support of which at least two thirds of those voting vote, the Trustees at the direction of the General Committee shall thereupon or at such future date as shall be specified in such resolution proceed to realise the property of the Club and after the discharge of liabilities shall transfer or give the balance to an organisation having similar aims and objectives to The Mumbles Yacht Club. Upon completion of the transfer, the Club shall be dissolved.

MYC RULES