Chapter VI. Treasury and Secretariat
The role of the treasurer is to have custody and control of the association’s resources, as well as to draw up the budget, the balance sheet and the settlement of accounts. The treasurer keeps a cash book; pays the invoices approved by the Board of Directors, which must be previously endorsed by the president, and deposits the surplus in open deposits in credit or savings establishments.
The secretary must take care of the association’s documentation, draw up, draft and sign the records of the meetings of the General Assembly and the Board of Directors, draw up and authorise the certificates to be issued, and keep the membership register.