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STATUTE

SOCIAL

BYLAWS

NATURIST ASSOCIATION OF PRAIA DO PINHO  PINHONAT

CHAPTER I

 

NAME, HEADQUARTERS, JURISDICTION, DURATION AND PURPOSE

 

Art. 1st - Changes to the following wording: The Naturist Association of Praia do Pinho – PINHONAT is a legal entity governed by private law, registered under CNPJ No. assistance, which aims to promote environmental education in the relationship between human beings and the environment in Morro da Tartaruga and Praia do Pinho for the recovery, maintenance and control of the quality of life in the habitat, governed by these Statutes and the laws. The registered office and venue is in the Municipality of Balneário Camboriú, State of Santa Catarina, located at Rua Rodesindo Pavan, S/Nº,  Bairro Taquaras, Balneário Camboriú, CEP 88300-000, with de facto foundation on January 13, 2013 and legal constitution by the founding act of January 13, 2013.

 

Sole Paragraph: The entity will adopt the acronym PINHONAT and the logo and flag to be defined in an ordinary meeting specially defined for that purpose.

 

Art. 2nd - The duration will be for an indefinite period and will be governed by national laws, by this statute and by the internal regulation, and its associates will not be responsible for joint and several liability in the social obligations.

 

Art. 3 - The objectives of PINHONAT are:

I. Bring together people interested in the practice of NATURISM, contributing to its progress and dissemination;

II. It has the following wording: Preserve Morro da Tartaruga as an ecological park and the naturist space conquered in Praia do Pinho, maintaining public access in a regulated way for the attendance of all naturists, associates and non-associates;

III. The wording is now as follows: Stimulating social interaction among naturists to practice activities that consolidate environmental awareness and human relationships, through recreational, cultural and sporting events;

IV. The wording is now as follows: To encourage active-agent attitudes in naturists to disseminate ethical consumption among all visitors to the Park and the Beach;

V. Changes to the following wording: Offer educational events and programs in the naturist practice dedicated  to children and adolescents;

SAW. Enforce the naturist code of ethics throughout the area included in the space called Praia do Pinho;

VII. It is replaced by the following wording: Defend the image of associates and non-associates when they are offended by the naturist practice;

VIII. It is replaced by the following wording: Implement activities and programs that revert resources to invest in sustainable structures in the park that enable the expansion of educational practices and actions for environmental recovery and preservation;

IX. It is replaced by the following wording: Acting in the development of environmental projects.

Paragraph One: The purposes and objectives of PINHONAT in the development of activities may be met in the following ways:

      The)  Acquiring, receiving, in lending or by any other legal form that grants the ownership, necessary places, equipment and movable property;

      b) Building, renting, acquiring property or possession of places to establish the necessary structure for the execution of social activities;

      c) Promote other related activities that compete and facilitate the achievement of the purposes described.

Second Paragraph: In order to fulfill its purpose and objectives, PINHONAT may enter into agreements, contracts and partnerships with other associations and other legal entities governed by public and private law.

Third Paragraph: The wording is now as follows: PINHONAT will promote its purposes and objectives in favor of all individuals who wish to become its associates, maintainers and collaborators, in compliance with the statutory provisions.

Paragraph Four: PINHONAT will adopt the same definition of NATURISM as the International Federation of Naturism (INF): “A way of life in harmony with nature, characterized by the practice of group nudism, with the intention of encouraging self-respect, respect others and the environment”.

CHAPTER II

MEMBERSHIP

Art. 4th - It is replaced by the following wording: PINHONAT has the following categories of associates:

I. Recreational;

II. Contributors;

Sole Paragraph: The associates until the present date called "founding partners" are now called "Honorary Associates" belonging to the category of recreational associates, subject to the provisions of this statute.

Art. 5th - The following wording will be read: RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATES are those who contribute an annual amount that ensures them free access to activities carried out on the beach as well as the acquisition and maintenance of the INF-FNI Naturist Passport and annual stamps issued by the FBrN – Federation Brasileira de Naturismo, a document that gives them access to all national and international federated naturist areas.

Art. 6th - It is replaced by the following wording: CONTRIBUTING ASSOCIATES are those who contribute to the maintenance of the entity and its headquarters, upon payment of fees in the amounts and deadlines determined by the Executive Board.

Sole Paragraph: Veto

CHAPTER III

ADMISSION OF ASSOCIATES

Art. 7th - It is replaced by the following wording: For the admission of recreational associates, the following requirements will be obeyed:

I. Be at least 18 (eighteen) years old;

II. Have conduct compatible with the Naturist Code of Ethics;

III. Have an application for admission endorsed by the Executive Board, which will have a period of 30 days, from the receipt of the application, to refuse admission by means of a manifesto in secrecy and addressed to the applicant.

IV. Have paid the amount corresponding to their membership in the form and term determined by the Executive Board.

V. Veto.

Paragraph One: Veto.

Second Paragraph: Vetoed.

Art. 8 - The following wording will be read: For admission of contributing members, the following requirements will be obeyed:

I. Be at least 18 (eighteen) years old;

II. Have conduct compatible with the Naturist Code of Ethics;

III. Have an application for admission endorsed by the Executive Board, which will have a period of 30 days, from the receipt of the application, to refuse admission by means of a manifesto in secrecy and addressed to the applicant.

IV. Have paid off the value of the jewel within the deadline set by the Executive Board.

Sole Paragraph: The applicant who does not obtain approval in the manner provided for in the previous article, as well as his/her spouse or partner, may only apply for new admission after 02 (two) years.

 

CHAPTER VI

 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF ASSOCIATES

 

Art. 9 - It is replaced by the following wording: The duties of all associates are:

I. Maintain conduct in harmony with naturist principles;

II. Comply with and inspect the rules of this statute, the code of ethics, internal regulations and other decisions of the Executive Board;

III. Inform the Executive Board of any changes to your registration data.

Art. 10th - It is replaced by the following wording: The rights of the recreational associate are:

 

I. To frequent the spaces destined to the practice of naturism in Praia do Pinho, observing the rules established by the Executive Board;

II. Assist the Board of Directors in the inspection and reception of naturists as a form of integration between the beachgoers associated or not.

III. Possess, on an optional basis, PINHONAT member identification.

IV. Attend the head office as a guest.

v.  vetoed.

SAW. vetoed.

Sole Paragraph: The exclusive rights granted to contributing members do not apply to this category of member.

 

Art. 11 - It is replaced by the following wording: The rights of the contributing member are:

 

I. Have access to areas with occupations established by PINHONAT, according to internal regulations;

II. To appeal to the general meeting, in the form of the provisions listed in these statutes;

III. Elect the representatives of the Executive Board and the Deliberative Council, provided that they have been admitted to the membership for at least one year;

IV. Participate as a listener in the meetings of the Executive Board and the Deliberative Council;

V. Have access to accounting documents, whenever they are prepared;

SAW. To be voted for the positions of the Executive Board and the Deliberative Council, provided that they have been admitted to the membership for at least one year.

VII. Use the camping for free for a period of up to 30 days during the season (01/10 to 31/03).

VIII. Free use of PINHONAT accommodations (rooms) for up to 10 days during the season (01/10 to 31/03) and another 20 days during the rest of the year.

Art. 12th - Veto.

Sole Paragraph: Veto

CHAPTER V

 

OF THE JEWEL.

 

Art. 13th - The following wording is added: The value of the fee for joining the membership, as well as the form of payment, will be determined annually until November 30, for validity in the following year by deliberation of the Executive Board.

Sole Paragraph: The value of the jewel is not subject to return, regardless of the reason for leaving the membership.

CHAPTER VI

PENALTIES AND RESOURCES

 

Art. 14 - Members are subject to the following penalties:

The. Verbal or written warning;

B. Suspension for a determined period;

ç. Exclusion from the social framework.

 

Paragraph One – The penalties provided for in letter “a” may be applied by any member of the Executive Board.

 

Paragraph Two – The following wording shall be amended: The penalty provided for in letter “b” will be applied by the Executive Board, at a specially convened meeting, deliberating by a simple majority, and the suspension period cannot exceed 60 (sixty) days. If this period is exceeded, the decision will be taken by an Extraordinary Meeting and will be included in the agenda for the day.

Third Paragraph - The penalties provided for in letters "a" and "b" shall be applied, for non-compliance with this statute, the code of ethics, the internal regulation and other guidelines issued by the Executive Board, the severity of the fault being evaluated by the enforcement agency.

Paragraph Four - The following wording shall be amended: The penalty provided for in letter "c" will be applied by the Extraordinary Meeting, convened for this purpose, deliberating by a simple majority, by exclusive proposal of the Executive Board, which must contain the description of the absence and its grounds . 

I. Veto.

II. vetoed.

Fifth Paragraph - The penalties imposed on members of the Executive Board or Advisory Board, except for the President of the Executive Board, shall be resolved by a General Assembly convened specifically for this purpose, with a request signed by 2/3 of the members with the right to vote, also deliberating with a minimum of  2/3 of the members with the right to vote.

 

Sixth Paragraph: Vetoed.

 

Art. 15th - It has the following wording: The partner's appeal will be in written defense and presented to the Executive Board within a maximum of 10 (ten) days from the date of application of the penalty, which will be suspended until a final decision. The appeal will be judged at the General Meeting, and the Executive Board is responsible for issuing the notice for this purpose, which must be carried out within a maximum period of 120 days after the appeal is filed. The judgment will be by a collegiate body formed, in the act, by a representative chosen from among those present at the Assembly, a representative chosen from among those present from the Executive Board and a representative chosen from among those present from the Deliberative Council, each representative being responsible for transmitting the vote of the majority represented.

 

Art. 16th - Veto.

Art. 17th - The following wording is changed: The excluded member cannot re-enter the social board of PINHONAT.

CHAPTER VII

DELIBERATIVE BODIES

Art. 18 - The following wording shall be read: PINHONAT's deliberative bodies are:

I. General Meeting;

II. Deliberative Council.

Art. 19 – The General Assembly, made up of members and their spouses, is the highest decision-making body and its decisions are binding on all members.

 

Paragraph One - The following wording will be read: The Ordinary General Meeting will meet every two years, on the Sunday before the carnival holiday, with the purpose of electing, by secret and direct vote, the Executive President, Vice President, Treasurer , General Secretary, and three members of the Deliberative Council, for a term of office of 02 (two) years, starting on the Easter holiday.

 

Second Paragraph - It is replaced by the following wording:  The Ordinary General Meeting can only be constituted in a first call, with the presence of at least 50% of the members qualified to vote, or in a second call after 30 (thirty) minutes, with any number.

 

Third Paragraph – It is replaced by the following wording: In the event of force majeure that prevents its happening, a new election must be called by the Executive President.

Art. 20th - The following wording will be read: The Extraordinary General Meeting, except in cases where other requirements of this statute, will be convened by the Executive President, or by him following a request signed by at least 1/5 of the associates, to deliberate on the constant agenda of the summons.

First Paragraph - The quorum required to open the session is 50% of the members qualified to vote on the first call, or 1/5 of these on the second call 30 (thirty) minutes later.  

Paragraph Two – The following wording shall be read: Extraordinary General Meeting may resolve on any matter, requiring a quorum of 2/3 of the members qualified to vote for the dissolution of the association, removal of directors and directors, as well as statutory amendments.

Third Paragraph - The Meetings will always be presided over by the Executive President, except for those that judge their accounts or their removal.

Paragraph Four – All Meetings must be called at least 30 (thirty) days in advance, and their disclosure will be made by means of a public notice sent to the registered emails of each member.

Art. 21st – The wording is now as follows: The Deliberative Council is the body made up of 03 lifetime members and 03 members elected at the Ordinary General Assembly.

 

The powers of the Council are:

   a) propose action guidelines;

   b) monitor and supervise the activities already carried out;

   c) provide general guidelines to the Assembly and the Executive Board.

  d) establish and approve the annual strategic and operational planning of each of the areas of PINHONAT, under the proposal of any of its members;

   e) amend these Bylaws;

Paragraph One – The following wording will be read: Lifetime directors are members appointed on the occasion of the approval of these bylaws and their terms of office will remain in force for an indefinite period.

Paragraph Two - In the event of vacancy in the position of director for life, a new member will be elected on the occasion of the next Annual General Meeting.

Third Paragraph - The guidelines and opinions issued by the Deliberative Council have a binding effect on the administrative bodies.

Paragraph Four - The Directors are also responsible for monitoring the use of PINHONAT's funds, analyzing, approving or rejecting the accounts of the Executive Board, issuing opinions to the competent Assembly and issuing an opinion on the Accounts to the Executive Board annually and until January 31, for further consideration by the competent Assembly.

Paragraph Five - The Director who fails to attend 02 (two) meetings, without presenting plausible justification, will be dismissed.

Sixth Paragraph – The members shall elect a representative to preside over the Council, every two years, and it is the latter's responsibility to convene and preside over its meetings.

Seventh Paragraph – The directors for life exercise their attributions in the role of providing services, assuming the responsibilities emanating from their guidelines.

The following chapter is added:

 

CHAPTER VIII

 

ADMINISTRATIVE BODIES

 

Art. 22 - The Executive Board is now the body responsible for managing the association and executing the decisions of Organs deliberative bodies, being composed of the Executive President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary.

 

The duties of the board are:

   a) Comply with and enforce these Statutes;

   b) Establish and modify the organization chart of the association, creating or extinguishing positions, admitting or dismissing employees and establishing their remuneration levels;

  c) Establish methods for the functioning of the association and to guide its employees, as well as the complete administration of the activities of the association;

   d) Regularly evaluate the association's activities;

   e) Establish and approve the annual budget and its modifications;

 

Paragraph One – The Executive President may create other departments or bodies to better manage them, and their holders shall not be part of the board for any voting purposes mentioned in this statute.

 

Second Paragraph - The Executive President is now the Guardian of the Order, elected to comply with and enforce the deliberations of the Assemblies and the Deliberative Council, and shall represent PINHONAT in all judicial and extrajudicial forums and their decisions, supported by the statutory regulations and the deliberative bodies, must be fully complied with.

Third Paragraph – The Executive Board will now perform its duties in accordance with the rules stipulated by the Deliberative Council, with the accumulation of positions being prohibited.

Fourth Paragraph - The Executive Board shall meet when convened by the President or by request signed by at least two of its members, with minutes of all decisions being drawn up and disclosed to the membership, if applicable, always deliberating by majority vote , except for the cases regulated in this statute, with the President having the tie-breaking vote.

Paragraph Five - The following wording shall be read: The treasurer and/or General Secretary, when prevented from exercising the position, may be temporarily replaced by appointment of the President, within a minimum period of 90 (ninety) days, until the effective ratification by the Extraordinary Meeting , convened specifically for this purpose.

Sixth Paragraph – The Executive Board shall present the annual balance sheet to the Deliberative Council, within a maximum period of 30 (thirty) days at the end of the fiscal year, for approval at the General Meeting.

Paragraph Seven - The following wording shall be read: The board, in managing the activities and interests of the ASSOCIATION, shall observe the principles of legality, impersonality, morality, publicity, economy and efficiency and shall adopt administrative management practices, necessary and sufficient to curb the obtaining, individually or collectively, personal benefits or advantages or in favor of related legal entities, as a result of participation in the respective decision-making process. Likewise, the board will ensure that these management principles and standards are observed by employees.

Eighth Paragraph - It is replaced by the following wording: The members of the Executive Board will not receive remuneration, advantages or benefits, directly or indirectly, in any form or title, due to the attributions, functions or activities assigned to them, except for the President of the Executive Board and lifetime members of the Deliberative Council, who are exempt from paying the annual social contribution.

 

Art. 23 - Amended, according to the wording of Art. 21st

 

 

CHAPTER IX

 

INTERNAL REGULATION AND CODE OF ETHICS

 

Art. 24 - The Internal Regulation and the Code of Ethics complement the function of the statute.

 

First Paragraph – It is replaced by the following wording: The Deliberative Council may promote changes to the Internal Regulation, through meetings with the approval of the majority present.

 

Second Paragraph – The Code of Ethics may only be amended by an Extraordinary General Meeting, when it is included in the notice.

 

 

CHAPTER X

 

OF DEPENDENTS

 

Art. 25 - The following wording will be read: Members' dependents are those declared in the application or registration update, the spouse, children under 21 years of age, and those legally under guardianship of up to 21 years of age or those qualified by Social Security, respecting the legal provisions for physically disabled people and university students, the latter up to the age of 25.

Art. 26th - The following wording is changed: The children or those under the custody of associates, after reaching the age of majority, will be able to join the social framework, complying with the provisions of chapter III, being obliged to pay the corresponding fee.

 

CHAPTER XI

 

ELECTION AND VOTES AT MEETINGS

 

Art. 27 - The following wording will be read: The election for the Deliberative Council and the Executive Board will be presided over by the Executive President, together with a committee of at least 03 (three) members, who will count the votes with the presence of any candidate.

 

First Paragraph - The following wording is now available: Candidates must present their slate with all the names for the positions  at least 24 hours before the opening date of the Meeting.

 

Second Paragraph – In the event of a tie between the slates, it will be decided by lot, in a previously agreed manner.

 

Art. 28th - Associates qualified to vote in any Assembly are considered to be those who have fulfilled their social obligations.

 

 

CHAPTER XII

 

GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

Art. 29th - The social year of PINHONAT will run from Easter Sunday to the same holiday of the following year.

Art. 30 - The responsibility of the Executive Board and Deliberative Council will cease 60 (sixty) days after the end of the term for which they were elected, safeguarding responsibility for irregularities found or in verifications, which must be recorded in minutes before the deadline stipulated herein.

Art. 31 - The following wording will be read: The members of PINHONAT will not be liable for the obligations contracted by the ASSOCIATION, through a regular act of management or for business acts carried out in the direction of the entity that have a purpose other than meeting the proposed objectives and purposes.

Art. 32 - It is replaced by the following wording: Elective positions will not be remunerated.

Art. 33 - PINHONAT will only be extinguished by resolution of the Extraordinary General Meeting, in the manner prescribed in these statutes and in the event of dissolution or extinction, its remaining assets will be reverted to another similar institution, recognized as an assistance entity.

Balneário Camboriú-SC, July 12, 2014.

 

 

           MARCIA REGINA STOKLOSA                                    MAURINO LOCH

                president                                             Vice president

          SERGIO RICARDO HOFFMANN                               JADER CURRLIN GOSS

                Treasurer                                              General secretary

 

 

                                       TATIANA OECHSLER

                                         OAB/SC 11678

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