Martin Wiegelmann
An der Stenderke 29
59939 Olsberg-Bruchhausen


for just money e.v.
Decided on the founding meeting on 24.05.2014 in Baden-Baden.

Promoting a regionally and globally equitable distribution of the resources of our planet Earth for all people living here is the central concern of the association.
The association and its members therefore seek to develop, describe and then test an economy based on a novel monetary system that provides for different currencies for different resources.

§ 1 Name, Registered Office, Fiscal Year
The club bears the name “monetafutura – Association for just money”. He should be entered in the club register and then leads the addition “e.V.”.

The club is based in 59939 Olsberg, An der Stenderke 29 and was built on 24.05.2014.
Fiscal year is the calendar year.
The association pursues exclusively and directly charitable purposes i. P. D. Section “Tax Beneficial Purposes” of the Tax Code.

§ 2 Association purpose
(1) The association is a non-profit association for the promotion of a sustainable and fair economic order.
(2) The purpose of the Association is, in particular, to promote science and research, to promote the formation of society, to promote international sentiment, to promote tolerance in all areas of culture and international understanding, to promote development cooperation, to promote consumer advice and consumer protection, and the promotion of equal rights for women and men.
(3) The association is committed to the individual right of each person to the recurrent fruits of the land surface and the oceans, to clean drinking water and clean air and to the right of consumption and pollution of a part of the earth and its resources.
(4) To achieve its goals, the association conducts scientific events such as meetings, working group meetings and the like. He also participates in events of such institutions and institutions, whose tasks and purposes follow a similar direction. Furthermore, publications and media appearances are used.

§ 3 selflessness
The association is selflessly active, he does not pursue primarily self-economic purposes.
Funds of the association may only be used for statutory purposes. The members do not receive payments from the association.
No person may be favored by expenses that are foreign to the purpose of the association or by disproportionately high remuneration.
Volunteers are only entitled to reimbursement of proven costs.
The members of the Management Board can pay for their work or time (lump sum)
Received remuneration. The amount of compensation may not be unreasonably high
be. Measure of appropriateness is the non-profit objective of the association.

§ 4 membership
Any natural or legal person can become a member of the association. Finally, the board decides on the written application for admission.

§ 5 Termination of membership
The membership ends:
a) with the death of the member
b) by voluntary withdrawal
c) by deletion from the list of members
d) by exclusion from the club
e) in the case of legal persons through their dissolution

Voluntary resignation is by written declaration to a member of the Board. It is only permissible at the end of a calendar year, subject to a notice period of three months.
A member may be removed from the membership list by decision of the board if it is in arrears despite twice being reminded to pay the fee. The cancellation must be communicated to the member in writing.

A member may, if it grossly violated the interests of the association, be excluded from the association by decision of the general assembly. Before the decision is taken, the member shall be given the opportunity to justify himself personally. Any written statement of the person concerned is to be read in the general meeting.

§ 6 membership fees
Contributions are collected from members. The amount of the annual contribution and its due date will be determined by the general meeting, the contribution may be in the amount of property of the member, e.g. Age, education, income etc. will vary.

§ 7 organs of the association
Organs of the association are:
a) the board
b) the general meeting.
An advisory board can be appointed to support the association’s work. The board decides on the members of the advisory board.

§ 8 The Board
The Board i. P. D. § 26 BGB consists of
a) the 1st chairman
b) the 2nd chairman
The board can be supplemented by up to five assessors if necessary (increasing number of members / tasks).

Natural persons can be selected among the members. The members of the board work as volunteers.

The association is represented in and out of court by the 1st chairman and the 2nd chairman. Both are entitled to represent the club individually.

For the management of the current business the executive committee can order a managing director. The board can give it the authority to manage the club accounts.

The Board is elected by the General Assembly for a period of two years from the day of the election. He remains in office until the new election of the executive committee.
If a member of the board resigns during the term of office, the board chooses a substitute member from the ranks of the club members for the remainder of the resigned.

The board is responsible for all association matters that are not explicitly assigned to the general meeting by the statutes.

The Board of Directors generally passes its resolutions in board meetings convened in writing or electronically by the 1st Chairman or the 2nd Chairman. An invitation period of one week must be observed. A communication of the agenda is not required. The board of directors has a quorum if at least two board members, including the first chairperson or the second chairperson, are present. When deciding, the majority of the votes cast decides. In case of a tie, the vote of the head of the board meeting decides.

The board meeting is chaired by the 1st chairperson, in whose absence the 2nd chairperson is the chairperson. The resolutions of the board are to be recorded and signed by the session leader.
A decision of the Board of Directors may be taken by written or electronic means if all members of the Board declare their consent to the rule to be adopted.

§ 9 General Assembly
The highest organ is the general meeting. It is chaired by the chairperson.

In the general meeting, every member present has one vote.

The general meeting sets the guidelines for the work of the association and decides questions of fundamental importance. The tasks include in particular:
a) Election and dismissal of the members of the Board
b) If necessary Election of members of other committees to be set up in the future
c) advice on the status and planning of projects
d) Receipt of the annual report of the board
e) discharge of the board
f) Determination of the amount and the due date of the annual subscription
g) Election and dismissal of the members of the Board
h) Determining the number and choice of auditors and receiving their report
i) Resolution on the amendment of the statutes and on the dissolution of the association
At least once a year, preferably in the last quarter or on the occasion of an event with a large number of members, the ordinary general meeting should take place. It shall be convened by the Executive Committee within a notice period of two weeks by written notification stating the agenda. This can also be done by email or publication on the website of the association. The period begins with the working day following the dispatch of the invitation. The letter of invitation is deemed to have been sent to the member, if it is addressed to the last address given by the member in writing to the association, this also applies mutatis mutandis to the email address. The agenda is set by the Board. The invitation must be accompanied by proposals for changes to the articles of association, changes to the purpose of the association and dissolution.

The general meeting will be chaired by the 1st chairperson or, if he is unable to do so, by the 2nd chairperson or another member of the executive committee. If no board member is present, the meeting determines a leader.

A record of the meeting is to be made, the chairperson of the meeting is to appoint a secretary. The resolutions of the general assembly must be recorded in the minutes, which must then be signed by the respective chairperson and the secretary. The minutes should contain the following statements: place and time of the meeting, the person of the chairman and the secretary, the number of members present, the agenda, the individual
Voting results and the type of vote. In the case of amendments to the statutes, the provision to be amended must be stated.

Each duly convened general meeting is quorate regardless of the number of appearances. The General Assembly passes resolutions by a simple majority of the valid votes cast; Abstentions are not considered.
To change the statute, however, a majority of 2/3 of the valid votes cast is required, also for the dissolution of the association.
The type of vote determines the chairperson. The vote must be in writing if one third of the voting members present at the vote so request.

The general meeting is not public. The chairperson may allow guests in the interest of the association. The General Assembly decides on the admission of the press, the radio and the television, also via a video or audio recording.

Each member may apply in writing to the Board of Directors no later than one week before the day of the General Assembly that further matters be subsequently put on the agenda. The chairman of the meeting has to supplement the agenda at the beginning of the general meeting. The general assembly decides on the requests for supplementing the agenda, which will be made at the general meeting. Amendments to the statutes, changes in the purpose of the association, the dissolution of the association as well as the election and dismissal of members of the executive board can only be decided upon. If the motions have been announced to the members with the agenda.

The board can call an extraordinary general meeting at any time. This must be convened if the interest of the association so requires or if the convening of one-tenth of the members in writing, stating the purpose and reasons required by the Board. The previous regulations on the general meeting apply accordingly.

§ 10 working groups and regional groups
In order to prepare and implement individual projects and to achieve the statutory objectives at regional level, the association can set up working groups and can form regional groups at the local level. The rules for this are laid down in rules of procedure.

§ 10 Dissolution / elimination of the tax-privileged purpose
In case of dissolution of the association or the abolition of tax-privileged purposes, this is the case
Assets of the association in equal parts to Amnesty International (German section) and to Terre des Hommes (Germany), which have to use it directly and exclusively for charitable purposes.

§ 11 Severability clause
Amendments or additions to the statutes, which are prescribed by the competent registration authority or by the tax office, in order to obtain the registration and / or the recognition of the charitable status, are implemented by the board and do not require a resolution by the general meeting. They have to be communicated to the members at the latest with the next invitation to the general meeting.

The above statutes were established in the founding assembly of 24.05.2014.

Baden-Baden, 24.05.2014


1st Chairman: Martin Wiegelmann, born 1965, forester,
2 daughters, Olsberg Sauerland, Nordrhein-Westfalen

2nd Chairman: Judith Christian, born 1966, married, 2 sons

Baden-Baden , Black Forest, Baden-Wuerttemberg

It is intended to expand the board with increasing membership.