1. The name of the association is Radiohistorisk
The association has it address in Ringsted, Denmark
2. The aims of the association are to collect,
restore, keep, loan/rent, arrange exhibitions or similar,
diffuse knowledge about Danish production of consumer
electronics, which has been in common use in private
homes, workshop tools and related literature. The
association shall also assume the responsibility for the
founding and operation of a permanent museum.
3. In accordance with a board decision, the
association can cooperate with national and international
associations/organizations with related goals.
4. The collections and equipment are at the complete
disposal of RFR as long as the association exists, but
remain the property of Ringsted Technical College.
5. Any individual or
company/institution interested in promoting the
association can apply for membership.Members can be
granted different statuses such as active member, passive
member or sponsor. Honorary membership can be granted by
the general assembly' decision. The board decides who can
have a pioneer-membership. Pioneer-membership is decided
after the applicant has been introduced by one or several
6. Fees for active, passive and sponsor membership are
decided upon each year at the general assembly, and
covers the period 1.07 - 30.06.
7. Alongside with the application, the membership fee
should be paid for one year.
8. Resignation from the association must be in writing
to the board and will be effective from the date of the
next due subscription.
9. A member in arrears during one year will be
automatically erased from the member list. Said member
can seek application again provided that arrears are
paid. A member who is openly handling against the
association's aims and interests, or who through his or
her handling is bringing the association' reputation into
discredit can be excluded from the association. This will
require that a general meeting's vote has a 2/3 majority.
10. Members cannot be liable for more than one year
III General Assembly:
11: The general assembly, which is the highest
authority, is to be held each year before the end of
April in a suitable location in Ringsted, Denmark or the
surroundings. The invitation to the general assembly will
be forwarded in writing to each member at least four
weeks ahead of the meeting. The invitation shall contain
the agenda and an updated statement of accounts. The
agenda shall contain as a minimum the following items::
1. Election of the spokesman
2. Report of the board
3. Future of the association
4. Presentation of accounts for the previous calendar
5. Settling of subscription and application fees
7. Election of the board
Suggestions to be discussed before the general
assembly must be forwarded to the board at latest 2 weeks
before the general assembly.
All active members, which have paid their fees, have
one vote at the general assembly. Each member has one
vote. It is possible to vote by utilizing a power of
attorney, but no one Kan use more than 2 such powers.
The results of polling and voting are determined by
majority (highest number of votes). Upon the request of
one member only, the election must done in writing..
The general assembly has the decisive power, no matter
how many members are present at the meeting or how many
power of attorney they represent.
During negotiations, at the general assembly, minutes
of the meeting shall be written down. These shall be
undersigned by the spokesman.
12. Extraordinary general assembly shall be invited in
writing at least two weeks prior to the meeting. The
extraordinary general meeting can be requested if more
than half the members or a majority of the board dictates
it. In this case, the invitation shall stipulate the
agenda for the extraordinary general meeting. The same
voting rules apply for the extraordinary general assembly
as for the regular general meeting.
13. The association is managed by 5 persons. Four of
them are elected by the general assembly, whilst the
fifth is nominated by the board of Ringsted Technical
College. Each year, during the general assembly 2 members
are elected for a 2 year period. On the first general
assembly 2 candidates are elected for a one year period
and 2 candidates for a 2 year period. The board will,
after each general assembly constitute the following
posts:: chairman, vice-chairman, secretary and cashier.
The general assembly elects,each year, 2 deputies to the
board and 2 accountants and one deputy accountant.
14. The board determines itself its standing orders.
Board meetings are to be held at least twice a year or if
at least 2 board members demand it from the chairman.
Minutes of these meetings are always to be taken in
15. The board can appoint committees as required.
16. The chairman, vice-chairman and at least one board
member bear the full responsibility for the association.
Subscribing a loan, purchasing of property, pawning
etc...can only happen after the approval of the general
V Change of rules
17. Any change of rules shall be put to the general
assembly (ordinary or extraordinary) and shall be
approved by a majority of at least 2/3 of the votes.
Suggestions to any change shall be added to the
invitation. Items 4 and 19 can only be changed after the
approval of the board of the Technical College of
VI Dissolution of the association:
18. The decision regarding the dissolution of the
association shall be taken by two consecutive general
assemblies, invited regularly. The first general assembly
shall obtain a majority of at least 2/3 of the votes. The
second general assembly shall obtain at least half of the
19. In the event of the dissolution of the
association, the collections, sets and tools will remain
the property of the Technical College of Ringsted. The
remaining funds of the association will according to the
general assembly be used to promote the association's