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(PRAT-CARP Association)



ARTICLE 1- NAME: With the name of “Prehistoric Rock Art Trails” this International Association will be governed by the constitutional Law 1/2002 of 22 March, regulating the right of association and for anything is not included expressly in this law, the Spanish legislation in force at any given time will be applied.
The said association, which has no profit motive, has its own legal personality different from that of its members and with full capacity to make decisions.

ARTICLE 2- OBJECT: The object of the said association is to promote and disseminate the rock art sites forming the itinerary “Prehistoric Rock Art Trails” (Route approved by the Council of Europe in May 2010 with an official certificate dated 10 June 2010). The association will generate a high quality cultural and tourist offer, with the aim of promoting the development of the mainly rural territories where the sites are located.

ARTICLE 3- AREA OF ACTION: The area of action of the association is national and international, including the territories of the countries belonging to the Council of Europe.

ARTICLE 4- ADDRESS: The social address of the association is located in Cantabria (Spain), at c/ Luis Riera Vega, 2, 39012 Santander. The association may open subsidiary centres, branches, agencies and representations in the territory of the members and through the agreement of the Committee.

ARTICLE 5- DURATION: The association will have an indefinite duration, unless it becomes impossible to fulfil its aims or in other exceptional circumstances, when its dissolution will be agreed upon by the members, through the procedure established in Section VIII of the present statutes.

ARTICLE 6- OBJECTIVES: The association has the following objectives:

  • Disseminate and promote prehistoric art through the European Cultural Itinerary “Prehistoric Rock Art Trails”.
  • Promote the relationships with the Council of Europe and other European institutions.
  • Collaborate closely with the European Institute of Cultural Routes .
  • Encourage the dialogue and exchange of good practice in matters related with the itinerary “Prehistoric Rock Art Trails” with other European cultural itineraries.
  • Promote and start up education activities related to the prehistoric sites forming the Route, aimed at young people, in order to increase their knowledge of their roots and consolidate the European identity .
  • Harmonise in terms of sustainable development those cultural and tourist activities that are developed in the territory of the prehistoric sites.
  • Administrate its own budgeted resources and patrimony and their application to the aims and activities of the Association, promoting all the necessary activities to obtain the autonomy in resources needed to fulfil its functions.
  • Obtain and administrate correctly all official grants and subventions that might correspond to the said Association and its members according to the activities that are acknowledged in these Statutes and/or for their improvement.


The aims of the association are:

  • To promote sustainable development policies in favour of research, protection, conservation and dissemination of sites hosting prehistoric rock art within the territory of the Council of Europe.
  • Promote sustainable development policies in favour of the territories and cultural landscapes -mainly rural- where these prehistoric artistic manifestations are preserved, with the aim of improving the well-being and permanence of the rural population, guaranteeing the quality of the environment and the activity and employment existing in it.
  • Promote and encourage measures and synergies that facilitate the study, conservation, protection and social and tourist dissemination of the first art of Humanity in the countries that form part of the Council of Europe.
  • Encourage, facilitate, promote and foster all kinds of activities that generate economic and social development in rural areas where prehistoric rock art sites are located, providing value-added services.
  • To study, design, manage and finance as many projects as deemed appropriate to favour the study, conservation, protection and social and tourist dissemination of prehistoric rock art.
  • To manage all types of aid aimed at financing the A.I.CARP itself and the creation of the necessary infrastructures to guarantee its functioning.
  • To coordinate actions and collaborate with local, regional, national and supranational bodies dedicated to the integral management of prehistoric rock art.
  • To foster new cooperation links between all the agents of culture and tourism, taking advantage of these same means to build a project with a supranational identity.
  • To strengthen the role of Prehistoric Cave Heritage in the Information and Knowledge Society (SIC) and, with this, to promote knowledge and respect for it.
  • Promote cooperation networks and teamwork around good practices that result in an adequate management of prehistoric cave heritage.
  • To promote cooperative alliances between institutions, associations and organisations, based on solidarity and the preservation of the common European heritage, with a view to the creation and enhancement of new platforms for social, cultural and economic development.
  • To represent the interests of the members of A.I.CARP before the Public Administrations, as well as its presence in Networks or Associations of supranational character.
  • To contribute and transfer the opinions and projects of the members of the A.I.CARP about the Prehistoric Cave Heritage and the rural area in which it is located, to the national and international forums where the present and future of this heritage and its eventual use as an engine of cultural and/or economic development are discussed and decided.
  • Any other purpose that contributes directly to the development of the A.I.CARP in the geographical area of action of its associated entities.


The association has the following priority areas of action:

1.- Conservation, protection and valorisation of Prehistoric Cave Art and its natural and rural environment, understood not only as a physical environment but also as a human one.

  • To increase public awareness and knowledge of the cave paintings that make up the first art of mankind in Europe.
  • To encourage the implementation of management systems for rock art sites and their environmental and rural surroundings, based on the A.I.CARP manual of good practices.
  • Protect and defend the evidence of prehistoric art, as part of the environment, in order to protect biodiversity and halt anthropogenic climate change.
  • To carry out awareness campaigns against those actions that damage prehistoric rock art and the environmental framework to which it is linked, while at the same time developing specific and viable alternatives in each of the areas in which it carries out its activity.
  • To promote the conservation, protection and management of cultural landscapes and, in general, the environment, in activities such as: recovery of wetlands, agro-environmental management, conservation of fauna and flora, tourism and the environment, new technologies, etc.
  • To promote the knowledge of the first art of Humanity as part of environmental education, through courses, seminars, conferences, youth exchanges, work camps and the publication of research works.
  • To collaborate with organisations, public administrations and other entities by providing technical experts and logistical support.
  • To develop initiatives to disseminate, within and outside formal education, the main problems of conservation of rock art and its environment and their causes, as well as possible solutions.


2.- Support for the sectors of the population with the greatest difficulties for their development: women, young people, the disabled, the elderly and ethnic minorities.

  • Promote the idea that during prehistoric times all human beings who have inhabited the planet have organised themselves socially in groups and that in all eras the contribution of all members was essential: women, men, children and the elderly.
  • To promote interculturality among the different sectors of the population, with emphasis on those at risk of social exclusion.
  • Promote leisure and free time activities, cultural activities, conservation of cave and prehistoric heritage in general, environmental education, as well as sustainable tourism, as an instrument to achieve the social integration of these groups.
  • To train and inform these sectors in those subjects and/or activities that help to achieve an integral development in the environment that surrounds them, especially in the rural area where prehistoric rock art is concentrated.
  • To organise social awareness campaigns in relation to these groups and prehistoric rock art and its environmental context.
  • To favour the social and labour insertion of these groups.
  • Encourage and promote equal opportunities between men and women.
  • Promote equality and integration of national and international ethnic minorities in each of the member countries: promote the idea that the collective past is a set of data that is constantly structured, in order to establish collective identities (family, neighbourhood, ethnicity, nationality, profession, ideology, …). Archaeology contributes to legitimise, nowadays, a multiplicity of groups, highlighting at the same time, their radical anthropological unity.



The essential objective is to overcome prejudices and discover the capacity to do, create and think of women and men, equally, at the beginning of our History.

  • To promote in all the actions of the A.I.CARP the overcoming of the image of a prehistoric society in which women were relegated to positions of inferiority, linked to tasks supposedly less important for human groups than those carried out by men.
  • Promote an integrating vision of women, developing actions that help to increase the inclusion and participation of women in the economic, political, social and cultural spheres.
  • To develop information activities, orientation to the labour market, training in new professions, work experience programmes in cave tourism enclaves and occupational training.


The main objective is to encourage the participation of young people in the knowledge, protection, conservation and dissemination of prehistoric rock art and the natural and rural environment in which it is located.

  • To set up projects and activities specifically aimed at young people, in areas such as training and knowledge, education in values, respect for the evidence of Prehistoric Rock Art, the place where it is conserved and the environment.
  • To carry out studies, issue reports, promote campaigns and other activities related to the problems and interests of young people, a very important aim being the permanent knowledge of what affects young people.
  • To encourage communication, relations and exchanges between youth associations in the different counties and municipalities, through the knowledge and enjoyment of the first art of humanity.
  • To promote the values of solidarity, tolerance and the spirit of cooperation.
  • To offer training proposals on subjects that affect and interest young people, through conferences, meetings and seminars, to organise courses and publish didactic materials.
  • To train volunteers and energise young people through dissemination, community participation and the opening of new lines of research and coordination.


The main objective is to facilitate access, both direct and virtual, to places with Prehistoric Rock Art for the whole of society, without exclusions of any kind.

    • To raise the degree of social integration of people with disabilities, through accessibility and the elimination of barriers (physical and mental) that are a limitation to the possibilities of action of people with disabilities.
    • Encourage actions leading to the full accessibility of sites with prehistoric rock art and, when this is not materially possible, develop museographic, multimedia or virtual products that allow theoretical and sensory knowledge for all.
    • Bringing digital opportunities (new technologies and the knowledge society) closer, as these factors are determining and will further determine the society of the future, from which people with disabilities cannot be excluded.
    • Promote leisure and occupy the time of people with disabilities, providing a channel for their social participation.


The main objective is to favour access to and enjoyment of Prehistoric Rock Art and the natural environment in which it is located for the elderly, encouraging the carrying out of specific activities.

  • To provide solutions in order to create the necessary conditions that favour the autonomy of this group, as well as to encourage their participation and integration in the community.
  • Promote, disseminate, stimulate, collaborate, participate and/or intervene in all kinds of initiatives that serve to bring this population closer to the recreational enjoyment of the cave heritage, as a strategy to collaborate in the improvement of the physical and mental development of this group and of all their faculties.
  • To contribute to the cultural growth of the elderly through educational activities.
  • To favour the social consideration of our elders in our society.
  • To promote the transmission of the knowledge and skills of the elderly to the next generations regardless of their validity (intangible heritage, skills in disused materials, crafts, oral tradition).
  • To promote a culture that recognises and maintains an active role of the elderly and their participation in the process of change that our society is undergoing.
  • To make possible the contact of the elderly with new technologies and all those processes of the modernisation of society.
  • To favour solidarity and intergenerational dialogue as a way of promoting social integration and the valuation of society.


Archaeology is a holistic discipline, and less ethno-centric than other humanistic disciplines. Its intervention highlights the dual nature of the vestiges in which Prehistoric Rock Art is embedded: local, which reinforces the centripetal tendencies of identity mechanisms, and global, which reinforces the notion of the unity of the human species,

  • Consult minority communities in order to eradicate poverty, particularly in areas where victims of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and intolerance predominantly live.
  • Provide solutions to bring about the necessary conditions conducive to their participation and integration.
  • Promote, disseminate, stimulate, collaborate, participate and/or intervene in all kinds of initiatives that serve to bring these populations closer to the recreational enjoyment of the rock heritage,
  • To contribute to the cultural growth of all the members of these groups through didactic and pedagogical activities, adapted to their cultural synergies but always from a perspective of integration and solidarity.

3.- Use of new technologies.

  • Establish and promote the generalised use of new technologies for the development of all kinds of activities for the study, protection, conservation and dissemination of Prehistoric Rock Art.
  • To support the creation of infrastructures and applications that facilitate bringing the values of Prehistoric Rock Art Heritage closer to society through new technologies.

4.- Valorisation of cave sites and the natural and rural environment in which they are located.

  • Establish collective actions that favour new cultural and tourist promotion and marketing systems for prehistoric cave sites and their natural and rural environments.
  • To develop systems and quality marks that guarantee the adequate conservation, protection and cultural and tourist use of cave sites and their natural and rural environments.
  • To carry out actions of knowledge and promotion of the cave enclaves and their areas of location, taking into account the associated natural and cultural heritage and, as far as possible, promoting and enhancing the dissemination of the same.
  • Promote the valorisation of tourist resources and the agri-food and craft products of the natural and rural environment in which the cave destinations are located.

5.- Cooperation with developing countries.

  • To contribute to the social, cultural, institutional and political progress of developing countries.
  • To promote scientific cooperation and activities with developing countries in the study, conservation, protection and sustainable tourist use of prehistoric rock art.
  • To carry out solidarity actions with those who need the support and help of the A.I.CARP.
  • To promote solidarity among the different populations and nations, especially among the member states of the Council of Europe.
  • To collect material and economic aid to achieve the best attainment of the above aims.
  • To exchange experiences.

6.- Promotion of tourism in the rural environment.

  • Given that practically all of the rock art destinations of the Council of Europe’s Cultural Route “Prehistoric Rock Art Trails” are located in rural areas, the promotion of quality tourism in this area is a major area of action.
  • Develop initiatives to encourage the development of archaeological tourism in rural areas.
  • Encourage and promote the use of tourist accommodation in rural areas, in relation to the influx of society to rock destinations.
  • To promote a model of tourism in rural areas that is sustained over time. To establish relations with Institutions, Associations or Corporations with similar aims in order to exchange initiatives, projects and services.
  • To co-ordinate and unite the efforts and actions that may be beneficial for the rural world within the scope of its aims and objectives.



ARTICLE 7 – CONDITION OF MEMBERSHIP: The members with full voting rights may be the public and private organisations with full capacity to take decisions and with similar aims to the objectives of this Association formed according to the laws of the different States and based on the principles inspiring the European Union and the Council of Europe.

ARTICLE 8 – CLASSES OF MEMBERS: Within the Association there may exist the following classes of members:

Ordinary Member: Those physical of legal individuals who acquire the condition through as application to the Committee in which they express the will of becoming members, accepting these Statutes and the regulations that may be developed, as well as other legal provisions, and with the express commitment of accepting the inherent rights and obligations.

Honorary Members: The honorary members will those organisations or individuals who, in the opinion of the General Assembly have helped or help the association in an outstanding way in the development of its aims.

The Members have the following rights:

  • Attend the General Meetings with full voting rights
  • Elect and be elected for posts of representation or a post in the Committee
  • Exercise the representation conferred upon them in each case
  • Enjoy all the activities and common services of Associations, according to the rules and provisions in the regulations
  • Solicit and receive information about the activities, administration and management of the Association

ARTICLE 10 – DUTIES OF THE MEMBERS: The members have the following duties:

  • Adjust their actions to the statutory rules and provisions in the regulations which are approved
  • Comply with the present Statutes and the agreements taken by the General Meetings and the Committee
  • Attend the meetings of the Association and other acts that are held
  • Carry out, if applicable, the obligations inherent in the posts for which they have been designated
  • Offer the necessary collaboration for the correcting working of the Association
  • Maintain the Association financially through the payment of the annual subscriptions and/or extraordinary contributions determined by the General Meetings, after being proposed by the Committee

ARTICLE 11 – HONORARY MEMBERS: The honorary members will not take part in the management of the Association nor in its organs of representation, while being able to attend the General Meeting and speak but not vote.

ARTICLE 12 – LOSS OF THE CONDITION OF MEMBER: The condition of Member will be lost:
Voluntarily, by a written communication to the Committee
Death in the case of an individual member or the dissolution of a collective member
Failure to fulfil the statutory obligations
Failure to pay the periodical subscriptions during at least two consecutive periods.

When membership is lost voluntarily by a member, the same should apply in writing and pay all subscriptions that might be outstanding.

The expulsion of members will be agreed by the Committee, after an interview with the member, for a minimum time of ten working days. The agreement of expulsion must be ratified by the Extraordinary General Meeting and can be appealed before the ordinary jurisdiction.


ARTICLE 13 – ORGANS OF GOVERNMENT: The management and administration of the Association will be exercised by the General Assembly, the Committee and the President, which are the organs of the Association.

ARTICLE 14 – The internal organisation and the working of the Association must be democratic with full rights of pluralism.


ARTICLE 15 – The General Assembly is the supreme organ of the government and the expression of the will of the Association and will be formed by all the members, according to the representation they hold. This organ is sovereign in everything related to the Association and its agreements are binding for all members, whether or not they are present, except in the agreements that affect the working corresponding to the bodies it represents.

ARTICLE 16 – The General Assembly will be called by the President of the Association a minimum of 15 days in advance, in writing to all the members, giving the day, time and place of the meeting, as well as the agenda.

ARTICLE 17 – The meetings of the General Assembly may be ordinary or extraordinary. The General Assembly will meet in an ordinary session at least once a year, within the four months following the end of the previous year. The General Assembly will meet in an extraordinary session when the circumstances require it, in the President’s opinion, by an agreement of the Committee, or when it is proposed in writing by at least 25% of the members.

ARTICLE 18 – The Assembly will be formed validly in the first place with the attendance of half of the members with full voting rights plus one, and in the second place with whatever the number of members with the said right. The second round will be held at least one hour after the first and in the same place.

ARTICLE 19 – The agreements will be taken by a simple majority of votes present or represented. To reach agreements on the separation of members, election of the Committee, modification of the Statutes, admission of new members, constitution of a Federation of associations or entry in a Federation that already exists, it will be necessary for the agreement to be accepted by a qualified majority of two-thirds of the votes present or represented. In the case of the dissolution of the Association, the procedure in Article 46 of the present statutes will be followed.

ARTICLE 20 – The faculties of the Ordinary General Meeting are:

  • Approve, where necessary, the activity and management of the Committee
  • Approve the annual accounts of income and expenditure and the annual report of activities
  • Establish the general lines of action enabling the Association to fulfil its objectives
  • Any other faculty which is not the exclusive responsibility of the Extraordinary Meeting
  • Elect the Committee members
  • Determine the ordinary and extraordinary subscriptions

ARTICLE 21 – The faculties of the Extraordinary General Meeting are:
Modify the statutes
Dispose of, assess or alienate the Association’s properties
Dissolve the Association
Expel members when proposed by the Committee
Admit new members, when proposed by the Committee
Constitute Federations or enter into one of that kind of body
Dismiss members of the Committee
Draft and approve regulations of the internal regime


ARTICLE 22 – The Association will be managed by a Committee formed by a President, Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer and a minimum of another three members. The posts on the Committee will have a duration of 4 years and the members may be re-elected at the end of that time. The posts will be rotational and will have to be held by all the members without exception. All the officers forming the Committee will be unpaid. They will be designated by the Ordinary General Meeting and revoked by the Extraordinary General Meeting.

ARTICLE 23 – The officers may leave by resigning voluntarily in writing to the Committee, because of failing to fulfil the obligations they had been given, or by the expiry of the duration of their term of office.

ARTICLE 24 – Vacancies arising in the Committee will be filled in the next Ordinary General Meeting that is held. However, the Committee may provisionally count on a member of the Association for the vacant post.

ARTICLE 25 – The Committee will meet at least once a semester and in any case when the President or a third of the officers in the same request it. It will be constituted validly with the presence of at least half its members plus one. The agreements will be taken by the qualified majority of two thirds of the votes of those attending. However, a consensus will be sought amongst the officers to reach agreements.

ARTICLE 26 – The faculties of the Committee are:

  • Hold and exercise the representation of the Association, through the President or a delegate, carry out the management and administration in the fullest way that the Law allows and fulfil the decisions taken by the General Assembly
  • Take the necessary agreements to appear before the public organisations for the exercise of all kind of legal actions and to lodge the necessary appeals
  • Call General Meetings and monitor that the agreements taken there are fulfilled
  • Present the balance and accounts of each year to the General Assembly so that they can be approved and draft the budget for the following year.
  • Draft the annual report of activities and subject it to the General Assembly for approval
  • Contract the necessary technical team for the good management and development of the Association’s interests
  • Inspect the accounts and guarantee the correct working of the services
  • Undertake the necessary negotiations with public bodies and institutions and other individuals to obtain subventions and other grants
  • Solve any case not foreseen in the present statutes provisionally and give an explanation to the first ordinary or extraordinary General Meeting, if necessary
    Create working groups to fulfil the Association’s objectives, who will regularly give regular information about the fulfilment of their aims
  • Apply for the declaration of public utility
  • Propose the renewal of officers in the Committee to the General Meetings
  • Any other faculty that is not attributed specifically to the General Assembly or which is delegated expressly to the Committee

ARTICLE 27 – The Committee may delegate functions to one or more individuals who will be given the faculties expressed in the appointment. They may also be granted general or specific powers.


ARTICLE 28 – The President of the Association will also be the chairman of the Committee. The President has the following functions:

  • Represent the Association before any public or private organisation, and accept the directorship and management of the Association
  • Observe that the Association’s goals are met
  • Order payments and authorise documents, minutes and correspondence with his or her signature
  • Give a deciding vote in the case of a draw
  • Carry out the agreements made by the General Assembly and the Committee
  • Call, chair and end the meetings of the General Assembly and the Committee
  • Revise the minutes and certificates issued by the Secretary of the Association
  • Take any urgent measure required for the correct functioning of the Association or which is necessary or advantageous in the development of its activities, giving explanations to the Committee later.
  • Other attributions corresponding to the post and which are delegated by the General Assembly and the Committee
  • Capability to grant power for certain acts of his or her responsibility

ARTICLE 29 – The President will be substituted in the case of absence, vacancy or illness by the Vice-president, and in his or her absence the longest-serving member of the Committee, who will have the same attributions as the President.


ARTICLE 30 – The Secretary will be responsible for purely administrative duties in the Association. These functions include:

  • Keep up-to-date the Association’s books which are legally established and the membership roll
  • Keep the Association’s documentation and process the social communications and agreements which must be inscribed in the Register of Associations
  • Present, together with the Treasurer, the annual accounts and the remaining documentary obligations in the terms in which they legally correspond
  • Write the minutes of the meetings
  • Issue certificates


ARTICLE 31 – The Treasurer has the function of monitoring the Association’s resources as well as to draw up the annual budgets and accounts, in order to present them to the General Assembly. Both the availability of credits in the bank accounts and the authorisation of the payments should have the agreement of the President and the Treasurer


ARTICLE 32 – The other committee members will have the duties corresponding to their post as members of the Committee, as well as those arising from delegations or work commissions that the Committee entrusts them with.

ARTICLE 33 – The vacancies that might arise during the term of office of any members of the Committee will be covered provisionally among the remaining members until the definitive election in an Extraordinary General Meeting.


ARTICLE 34 – The financial year will begin on 1st January and conclude on 31st December, coinciding with the natural year.

ARTICLE 35 – All the accounts and budgets presented to the General Assembly will be expressed in euros.

ARTICLE 36 – The Association will function with an annual budget. The draft of the budget will be drawn up by the Treasurer of the Association, who should prepare this before 1st January each year, so that it can be approved by the Ordinary General Meeting.

ARTICLE 37 – The financial resources of the Association will be received from:

  • Grants and other income of public right
  • Donations, inheritances and legacies of all kinds
  • Income from properties
  • Income obtained from licit activities carried out within the framework of the Association’s goals
    From the finance whose management the Association is trusted with, in the course of the programmes in which it takes part, which will be used to finance the activities being carried out
  • From the annual subscriptions of the members, used to cover the ordinary technical and administrative expenses of the Association. The amount of the annual subscription and the precise calendar for its payment will be approved by the Committee annually and passed in the Ordinary General Meeting. The payment of the subscription is essential to retain membership, in the terms laid down in Article 12 of the present statutes.

ARTICLE 38 – The Association will be able to subject its annual accounts to the supervision of an auditor.

ARTICLE 39 – The Association’s accounts will be included within an official report which will be made available to the members, at least 15 days in advance of the date agreed for the Ordinary General Meeting, where these annual accounts must be approved.

ARTICLE 40 – To make use of the funds in the bank accounts where the Association holds its funds, the signatures of the President, Treasurer and Secretary will be recognised and at least two of these must sign their acceptance.


ARTICLE 41 – The official languages of the Association will be Spanish, French, English and Portuguese. However, in the case of a doubt interpreting any term or aspect of the present statutes and the development of the regulations or any other document issued by the Association, the version written in Spanish will prevail.

ARTICLE 42 – The interpretation of the present statutes corresponds to the General Assembly, which will decide the meaning of the article by an agreement which will require the same quorum of votes as the modification of the statutes.


ARTICLE 43 – The monitoring of the observance of the Statutes corresponds to the General Assembly and the Committee, in accordance with the Internal Regulations, who may sanction the members who do not fulfil their obligations.

ARTICLE 44 – The organs of government mentioned in the previous article may sanction the infractions committed by members who fail to fulfil their obligations. These infractions may be classified as slight, serious or very serious, and the corresponding sanctions may range from a warning to the expulsion of the member from the Association, as laid down in the Internal Regulations.


ARTICLE 45 – The internal regulations will develop, as required, any matters not directly provided for in the present Statutes, and can never contradict what is stipulated in the Statutes. The internal working of the Association will be wholly subject to ordinary civil jurisdiction.


ARTICLE 46 – The Association will be dissolved by an agreement taken by a qualified majority of two-thirds of the members forming it, or by the legal or material impossibility of it fulfilling its objectives. This agreement will be taken in an Extraordinary General Meeting, as laid down in Article 21 of the present Statutes.

ARTICLE 47 – The agreement of the dissolution will determine the way to proceed to the liquidation of the Association’s properties. Within a period of 30 days, the General Assembly will name a liquidation commission formed by the President, Treasurer and two members. The liquidation commission will value the resources and debts of the Association and will propose the most suitable distribution of the remaining property.

The definitive proposal of liquidation, to be approved validly, will require the favourable vote of the qualified majority of the members of the General Assembly. Once it has been approved it will be binding for all members.


ARTICLE 48 – All legal matters arising within the Association, between the Association and its members, between the members and the Committee, or amongst the members, are subject to Spanish jurisdiction and the courts of law where the Association’s social address is located, and in any case, to the provisions in Law 52/1997 of 27 November, referring to the application of territorial law.

ARTICLE 49 – Regarding anything not provided for in the present Statues, the Constitutional Law 1/2002 of 22 March will be applied, to regulate the right of the Association and complementary provisions.

ARTICLE 50 – Ms. María Ángeles Hernández, Secretary of the International Association “Prehistoric Rock Art Trailss”, certifies that:
The present statutes have been agreed in accordance with the provisions in the Constitutional law 1/2002 of 22 March, and agreed by the Extraordinary General Meeting of members held on 16 September 2010 and are signed on each of the sheets of paper it is written on.

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