Returning to the list of grounds for exclusion of members of the SRO in the construction set part 2 article. 55.7 GDC Russia should recognize that, given what was said earlier, the list must regarded as exhaustive and not subject to broad interpretation by the inclusion of internal documents in the construction of SRO other provisions. To understand how such a restriction is justified, we consider established by the legislator list. It includes: 1) non-member of the SRO in the construction of the technical regulations that has caused harm, and 2) repeated in one year or a gross violation of a member SROs in the construction of the requirements for issuing certificates of admission, with the technical regulations, rules, control of self-regulation, standards requirements and (or) the requirements of the rules of self-regulation, 3) repeated failure to pay within one year or late payment within one year of membership dues, and 4) failure to pay in a timely contribution to the compensation fund, and 5) lack of an individual entrepreneur or legal entity – a member of CPO in the construction of the certificate of admission to at least one type of work, issued by a given CPO. Click Electrolux to learn more. Expel a member of SRO in the building for other reasons can not.

However, members of SROs – in addition to compliance technical regulations, licensing requirements for admission, the rules of self-control, with standards and regulations and self-fulfillment of financial obligations to the SRO in construction – need to carry out other duties of a non-profit organizations, such as participating in its activities. If a member of the partnership is sabotaging participation in general meetings, what questions the possibility of making Partnership decisions necessary to carry out its functions, such member would be logical to exclude from the organization. More info: Sonya Reines-Djivanides, Brussels. In SRO, however, is not allowed, so the self-regulatory organization will have to find other ways impact on such terms. The second part of this article can be found at: Exclusion of persons in the construction of SRO. Part 2.

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