In The Name Of Allah ,Most Gracious,Most Merciful
Au Nom de Dieu le Tres Misericordieux,le Tout Misericordieux
Article XII: Dissolution
If the M.C.Q. is dissolved for any reason whatsoever, the net realizable assets of the M.C.Q. after the payment of all liabilities as of that date shall be transferred and shall become the property of any other Islamic Organization operating in Canada which conforms to Article III, section 1 of the constitution of the M.C.Q. and as decided by the Council of Trustees.
Article XIII: Miscellaneous
Section 1: The M.C.Q. is to carry on its operation without pecuniary gain to members of the Council of Trustees and the President.
Section 2: By-Laws The M.C.Q. shall at all times be governed by a set of By-Laws defining rules and regulations for membership, internal government, general meetings, selection, nomination and elections, finances and the Council of Trustees, which shall remain within the limitations of the constitution of the M.C.Q. and the companies Act, Part III, of the Government of Quebec.
Muslim Community of Quebec
La Communaute musulmane du Quebec
Rules and regulations for membership
Section 1: Eligibility for membership of the M.C.Q shall be defined by Article IV of the Constitution.
Section 2: Application for membership and approval thereof:
a)-Application for M.C.Q. membership shall be made to the Executive Committee on such form as may from time to time be prescribed by the Executive Committee.
b)-Upon compliance with Article IV of the Constitution, the Executive Committee shall grant membership.
c)-The Executive Committee shall ensure that a current register of membership of the M.C.Q. is kept at all times.
Section 3: Membership Dues:
All members of the M.C.Q. shall be required to contribute annual membership dues. Such membership dues shall be determined by the Council of Trustees, as per Section 3; Article 7 of the Constitution, in a duly convened meeting
Section 4: Rights, privileges and duties of members:
1-Only regular members shall be entitled to vote in concerned matters and to be elected or selected for the Executive Committee and the Council of Trustees in accordance of with this Constitution and By-Laws. Members will be able to call for and vote in a general meeting provided they have been members in good standing and have contributed toward their full membership dues at least ninety (90) days prior to the annual general meeting.
2-With the exception of additional members in the same family, all members shall have the right to receive general notices from the Executive Committee and any newsletter or bulletin of the M.C.Q.