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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OF THE SOCIETY OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

 

14 The Secretary
14.1 There shall be a Secretary who shall be an Officer as defined in Article 7.1 and shall hold office for a maximum term of four years from the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting at which his/her election is announced.
14.2 The Secretary of the Society shall be charged with the general administration of the Society's business and shall have such other powers and duties as may from time to time be vested in him/her by the Council. It shall be his/her duty to attend, except as may be determined by the President, all meetings of the Council.
14.3 The Secretary shall be the chief administrative officer of the Society. He/She shall have general responsibility for:

(a) organisation of the Election of the Council as prescribed in Article 8;

(b) the Minutes of the meetings of the Council as indicated in Article 15.2(b);

(c) the notification of arrangements for meetings of the Council and Annual General Meetings;

(d) correspondence between Members and the Council; and

(e) communications between the agencies to which Council delegates powers, as prescribed in Article 16.2.

 


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