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(k) C8 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k)

(l) (m) (n)

(o) (p) (q)

C9 C9-1 (a)

(b) (c) C9-2 (a)

meeting requires 14 days notice in writing to all SNZ licensed tracks. If a rule becomes unworkable a vote on a new interpretation may be made at an AGM under General Business. COMPOSITION AND ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Board of Directors consists of a President and six elected members. Elections for the President and six Directors are to be held every two years at an AGM. Nominations for the positions of the President and Directors will be in writing and received by the CEO at least 60 days prior to the AGM. The President must have served as a Director for two of the previous six years. Nominations for the positions of the President and Directors must be moved and seconded by a member of SNZ. The mover and seconder will be from different tracks. The nominee must sign the nomination to indicate their willingness to stand. A Declaration of Character signed by the nominee will accompany the nomination form. Nominations shall be circulated by the CEO at least 40 days prior to the AGM. Nominees will be present at the elections, except in exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of the floor. Nominees have the right to speak to their nomination. Voting to be by ballot paper. Order of Elections:(i) President. (ii) Incumbent Directors. (iii) All remaining nominees. Incumbent Directors are eligible for re-nomination as above and subsequent re-election at the first ballot vote. The three highest polling Directors from the first ballot vote are reelected as Directors. Unsuccessful nominees from the first ballot vote join all new nominations in a second ballot to elect the remaining Directors. All nominees will again be granted speaking rights towards their nomination. In the event of there being insufficient nominations to cover the positions, the balance will be elected from the floor. The term of office is two years. In the event of a Director vacating their position, the remaining Directors complying with Rule C10(f) may appoint a member to fill the vacancy until the next AGM. THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE President The duties of the President are:(i) Act as chairperson for the Appeal Committee. (ii) Act as ambassador and spokesperson for the sport of speedway and for SNZ. The President may receive an honorarium as set by the Directors from time to time. In the event of the President vacating their position, the Vice President shall automatically assume the position of President. Vice President The Vice-President is voted for by the Directors at the first Directors meeting after the AGM.



2010 NZ Speedway Rule Book  

2010 NZ Speedway Rule Book