Statute

Statute of the Chamber of Electronic Economy is the most important document of the e-Chamber's activity.

Art. 1
1. The Chamber of Electronic Economy (hereinafter referred to as ” e-Chamber “) is a self-government organization economic interest, representing the economic interests of the entrepreneurs associated with it, in particular towards public authorities.
2. The name of the e-Chamber in English is: Chamber of Digital Economy.
3. e-Chamber has legal personality and acts on the basis of the Act of 30 May 1989 on chambers
(Journal of Laws of 2009, No. 84, item 710, as amended) and provisions of this
Statute (hereinafter referred to as “the Statute “).
4. e-Chamber associates domestic entities conducting business activity using
IT solutions and teleinformation networks, in particular the Internet, consisting in
conducting electronic commerce (ie sales of goods and services on the basis of contracts
concluded without the simultaneous presence of both parties, using electronic means
distance communication) or electronic services (i.e.
distance, by means of electronic devices, at the individual request of the recipient, incl
services that are not rewarded by those who receive them, such as services consisting of
offering on-line information ). The e-Chamber also associates domestic entities operating
in the field of IT solutions (in the form of services and products) dedicated directly to the performance of the activities indicated in the sentence above first. Foreign entrepreneurs are also considered to be national entities conducting economic activity in the subject on the territory of the Republic of Poland
above described in the form of a branch; in the case of such entrepreneurs, whenever the Statute refers to the business of an e-Chamber Member (Article 5 paragraph 1, Article 7 paragraph 1 point b, Article 8 paragraph 3), only business activities carried out on the territory of the Republic are taken into account Polish.
5. e-Chamber may establish cooperation with foreign entities conducting business
described in paragraph 4 of this article, as well as with entities operating
in the provision of services directly supporting the activities described
in paragraph 4 of this article and providing IT solutions for such a purpose
activity.
6. e-Chamber may establish cooperation with domestic and foreign non-leading organizations economic activity whose statutory activity concerns the electronic economy and objectives they are similar to the aims and tasks of the e-Chamber.
7. The entities indicated in para. 5 and 6 of this article may in particular become Partners e-Chamber.
Art. 2
1. The seat of the e-Chamber is the city of Warsaw.
2. the e-Chamber operates on the territory of the Republic of Poland.
3. e-Chamber can create its offices, representative offices, branches, plants and subsidiaries in accordance
with applicable law.
4. e-Chamber can be a member and founder of national and international organizations with an operational profile
similar to the subject of the e-Chamber’s activities.
Art. 3
1. the e-Chamber may conduct in the country and abroad, in accordance with applicable law,
economic activity.
2. Income from economic activity conducted by e-Izba serves the implementation of statutory objectives
and it can not be intended for distribution among Members of the e-Chamber.
Art. 4
e-Chamber can perform certain tasks reserved in the law for administration
state entrusted to it, at its request or with its consent, by way of a regulation by the Council
Ministers.
TASKS OF THE E-CHAMBER AND WAYS OF THEIR IMPLEMENTATION
Art. 5
1. The primary objective of the e-Chamber is to promote the development of the Polish economy
electronic communication and popularization of broadly understood information society services,
in particular through the cooperation of the e-Chamber with external entities, as well as representation
interests of e-Chamber Members related to their activities described in art. 1 point 4 in dialogue
with the institutions of the Polish government and self-government administration, the European Union and
non-governmental organizations in the country and in the world.
2. The goals and tasks of the e-Chamber are as follows:
a) representing the interests of e-Chamber Members with respect to their activities described
in art 1 point 4 and other entities related to the electronic economy industry in relation to
organs of government administration and local self-government, social organizations
professional domestic and foreign and other entities,
b) taking active part in legislative processes related to related areas
directly or indirectly with the market of electronic economy,
c) undertaking activities to popularize and support utilization initiatives
technological innovation, information and communication (ICT) in various spheres of life
economic and social
d) conducting information, research, training and publishing activities, 
e) supporting the development of entrepreneurship in the electronic economy sector,
f) issuing opinions on existing customs within the electronic market,
g) delegating their representatives to the participation of state authorities
in the work of advisory and advisory institutions,
h) shaping and dissemination of ethics in business operations,
i) providing organizational support for the functioning of the arbitration court at the e-Chamber,
j) performing other tasks resulting from the Act of 30 May 1989 on Chambers
and decisions of statutory bodies of the e-Chamber.
3. e-Chamber implements the above-mentioned statutory tasks, among others by:
a) dissemination of information on ongoing legislative initiatives in Poland
and the European Union,
b) initiating the creation of new solutions and legal acts, as well as giving opinions
and participation in consultations regarding planned and binding regulations,
c) disseminating information on information society services
and electronic economy,
d) conducting research and preparing opinions, reports and analyzes as well as publishing publications,
e) organizing trainings, meetings, industry conferences and other initiatives
educational and popularizing for the development of electronic economy,
f) cooperation with governmental and self-governmental administration bodies in the field of development
electronic economy,
g) cooperation and exchange of experiences with environments, organizations and institutions (education,
science, culture, economy, mass media, etc.) and entities operating in Poland
and beyond its borders, including other chambers of commerce, in terms of convergent issues
with the aims of the e-Chamber,
h) establishing e-Chamber experts in fields related to the electronic economy,
i) creating conditions conducive to the development of interests and projects
related to computerization, as well as the promotion of activities aimed at activation
professional and social, using new technologies,
j) facilitating access to legal advice in the field of electronic economy
entrepreneurs and Internet users.
MEMBERS AND THEIR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
Art. 6
1. Members of the e-Chamber may be entities listed in art. 1 point 4.
2. Entities mentioned in art. 1 point 6 and par. 7 may be granted the e-Chamber Partner status.
Art. 7
1. Members of the e-Chamber shall have the right to:
a) participate in the General Meeting, including participation in the election of a member of the Board
e-Chamber in accordance with the procedure provided in the Statute,
b) participation in all forms of e-Chamber’s activity directly related to the scope
business activity of a member of the e-Chamber,
c) use all forms of assistance of the e-Chamber,
d) expressing opinions on the activities of the e-Chamber,
e) submit applications to the e-Chamber Court for consideration of the case or issuing an opinion,
f) access to information and materials developed or obtained by the e-Chamber,
g) to submit demands regarding the operation of the e-Chamber.
2. An e-Chamber member is obliged to:
a) compliance with the provisions of the Statute and regulations adopted in the e-Chamber, in particular
Code of Ethics of e-Chamber Members and regulations,
b) participation in the implementation of the statutory goals and tasks of the e-Chamber,
c) adherence to the rules of professional ethics and good manners,
d) act and take care of the good name of the e-Chamber,
e) pay membership dues and other fees to the e-Chamber on time,
f) give the necessary information about yourself to the e-Chamber for proper purposes
functioning of the e-Chamber, including indicate your current e-mail address and
update data constituting an attitude to qualify the e-Chamber Member to the Thematic Group.
Art. 8
1. Each of the Members of the e-Chamber belongs to one of the Thematic Groups.
2. The following Thematic Groups operate within the e-Chamber:
a) ” Online Stores “, which include websites running retail trade
electronic,
b) ” e-commerce platform “, to which operators of websites – internet platforms belong
providing tools for concluding contracts on-line and organizing the mode
concluding such contracts, price comparison websites and advertising portals,
(c) ‘ On-line payments ‘ to which payment platform intermediaries belong
electronic and providing electronic banking services,
d) ” Digital content “, which includes online services offering on-line purchases
IT products and digital works such as audiotags, e-books, Video-on-
Demand, get access to these products and songs; they do not belong to this Group
operators of online games,
e) ” IT “, which includes entities providing IT solutions (in the form of services
and products) dedicated directly to the performance of the activities described in art. 1 point 4
sentence. 1
f) ” Information society services ” to which the members of the e-Chamber belong, of which
leading activity in the field described in art. 1 point 4 is different than indicated for others
Thematic Groups.
3. The Management Board qualifies the e-Chamber Member for a given Thematic Group on the basis of the Member’s declaration
e-Chamber. In the declaration, the Member of the e-Chamber should indicate which of the Topic Groups is the most
similar to the leading activity of this e-Chamber member falling within the scope described
in art 1 point 4. In the event of a change, the Member of the e-Chamber should submit an update statement
an indication of the Thematic Group, on this post within 7 days, the Management Board shall qualify
A member of the e-Chamber for a given Thematic Group. Decision of the Management Board regarding the refusal to change
qualifications requires justification. Within 7 days from the date of delivery of the refusal decision
change of qualifications along with justification member of the e-Chamber may appeal to the Court of e-Chamber.
The e-Chamber court considers the appeal within 30 days. Until the decision becomes final
Until the date of consideration of the appeal by the Court of the e-Chamber, the e-Chamber Member remains
in the current Thematic Group.
4. During the debates of the General Assembly of Members of the e-Chamber, the qualification of the Member shall be taken into account
e-Chamber to a given Topic Group, valid at the end of the day falling immediately before
the starting date of the meeting.
Art. 9
1. The Management Board decides on the admission to the members of the e-Chamber after consideration of the candidate’s application.
2. In order to submit the application, the candidate should submit a membership declaration in the form
determined by a resolution of the Management Board, including an obligation to accept the duties of an e-Chamber Member
and payment of the entry fee, along with the completed information form including
in particular, an indication of the Thematic Group and the documents required by the e-Chamber
confirming the fulfillment of statutory requirements and provided in the information form
data.
3. In order to consider the application and make its correct assessment, the Management Board may ask
to the candidate for additional information or documents setting a deadline for their delivery.
4. The decision on accepting or refusing to accept the e-Chamber members is delivered
candidate immediately after taking it.
5. The decision to refuse admission requires justification.
6. Within 7 days from the date of delivery of the decision on refusal to accept the candidate along with the justification
may appeal to the e-Chamber Court. The e-Chamber court considers the appeal within 30 days.
The decision of the e-Chamber Court is final.
7. The admission to the members of the e-Chamber shall take place upon the delivery of the decision of the Board of Directors including
object or – in the case of appeal – upon the delivery of the decision of the Court of the e-Chamber
on the positive consideration of the appeal.
Art. 10
1. Membership in the e-Chamber ceases as a result of:
a) receipt by the Management Board of a written resignation of an e-Chamber Member,
b) the loss of full legal capacity by an e-Chamber Member who is a natural person
be his death – on the day of the loss of that ability or death,
c) dissolution of an e-Chamber Member who is a legal person or an organizational unit
without legal personality that can acquire rights and incur on its own behalf
commitments – on the day of termination,
d) exclusion from the e-Chamber on the basis of a legally valid resolution of the Board of Directors
in case of:
i) a gross or persistent violation by an e-Chamber Member, despite the Management Board’s request
to stop the violation, provisions of the Statute, or regulations adopted in the e-Chamber,
in particular, the Code of Ethics of e-Chamber Members and regulations, with reservation
subpoint iii,
ii) loss by the e-Chamber Member of the statutory premises of admission to the e-Chamber Members,
iii) defaulting by the Member of the e-Chamber with the payment of the membership fee for a period longer than
6 months.
2. In the event that the Member of the e-Chamber is in arrears with the payment of the membership fee, the Management Board calls on the Member
e-Chamber to make payment. In the absence of full implementation of this call, within no less than
7 days, the Management Board makes another call for payment. If after 7 days of receipt
re-called, the e-Chamber member will still be in arrears with the payment of even a part of the premium
Membership, the Management Board decides to suspend the e-Chamber Member in his rights pending
full settlement of the arrears, which does not exclude the Management Board from adopting a resolution in the event
referred to in paragraph 1 point d (iii) of this article.
3. The decision on the exclusion from the e-Chamber with justification shall be delivered to the Member of the e-Chamber
immediately after taking it.
4. Within 14 days from the date of delivery of the decision on exclusion from the e-Chamber with justification
A member of the e-Chamber may appeal to the Court of the e-Chamber. The e-Chamber court considers the appeal
within 30 days and after its consideration, the Management Board’s decision shall be upheld or revoked.
Art. 11
1. The decision on granting the e-Chamber Partner status is made by the Board based on the candidate’s application
and based on the candidate’s declaration regarding the granting of e-Izba support in the implementation by
its statutory objectives and the partnership agreement concluded.
2. The e-Chamber’s partner may actively participate in the activities of the e-Chamber and express opinions on matters
from the scope of the e-Chamber’s activities, and can also participate in the discussions held during
the General Meeting. The e-Chamber’s partner is notified about the General Meeting
Assembly in the same way as the Members of the e-Chamber.
3. The loss of e-Chamber Partner status is due to:
a) receipt by the Management Board of the written resignation of the e-Chamber Partner,
b) loss of full legal capacity by the e-Chamber Partner being a natural person
be his death – on the day of the loss of that ability or death,
c) the solution of the e-Chamber Partner being a legal person or an organizational unit
without legal personality that can acquire rights and incur on its own behalf
commitments – on the day of termination,
d) the Management Board takes a decision on the loss of the e-Chamber Partner status.
ORGANS OF E-CHAMBER
Art. 12
The bodies of the e-Chamber are:
a) General Assembly of Members of the e-Chamber,
b) the e-Chamber Council,
c) Management Board,
d) The e-Chamber Court.
GENERAL MEETING OF E-MEMBERS OF MEMBERS
Art. 13
1. The supreme authority of the e-Chamber is the General Assembly of Members of the e-Chamber, hereinafter referred to as ” General
Assembly . “
2. The competences of the General Meeting, other than matters reserved in the Statute, include:
a) adopting amendments to the Statute,
b) adopting the regulations of the General Meeting,
c) approving the Regulations of the Council of the e-Chamber and the Court of the e-Chamber,
d) approving reports on the activities of the Council of the e-Chamber, the Board and the Court of the e-Chamber,
e) approving the accounts of the e-Chamber,
f) discharge the members of the Council of the e-Chamber and the Management Board,
g) appointing and dismissing members of the Council of the e-Chamber,
h) setting the directions of the e-Chamber’s action,
i) appointing arbitration courts at the e-Chamber, adopting and amending these regulations
courts
j) making a decision (including consent) in the subject of disposal and lease
the enterprise or its organized part and establish a limited one on it
property law.
Art. 14
1. Each member of the e-Chamber has one vote in the General Meeting.
2. Members of the e-Chamber who are not natural persons are represented at the General Meeting
through their representatives.
3. The General Meeting is valid regardless of the number of Members of the e-Chamber present,
subject to the adoption of resolutions for which the Statute provides for a specific quorum. if
The General Meeting will not be able to adopt resolutions due to the lack specified in the Articles of Association
quorum, the resolution on this subject may be adopted at the next following General Meeting
be taken regardless of the number of Members of the e-Chamber present.
4. If the Statutes do not provide otherwise, resolutions of the General Meeting shall be passed by an ordinary majority
votes. Resolutions are adopted in an open vote, with the exception of voting over
resolutions on the appointment and dismissal of members of the Council of the e-Chamber, liquidator, grant
discharge to members of the e-Chamber bodies and other personal matters that are secret.
Art. 15
1. The General Meeting may be Ordinary or Extraordinary.
2. The Ordinary General Meeting should be held within six months after the lapse of time
every financial year.
3. The subject matter of the Ordinary General Meeting is in particular:
a) consideration and approval of reports on the activities of the Council of the e-Chamber, the Board and the Court of e-Chamber
for the previous financial year,
b) approval of the financial statements of the e-Chamber for the previous financial year,
c) granting discharge to the members of the Council of the e-Chamber and the Management Board.
4. The General Meeting is convened by the Management Board on its own initiative, at the request of the Board
e-Chamber or at the written request of at least 10% of e-Chamber members. The application should stay
specific agenda.
5. Should the mandate of a member of the e-Chamber Council expire before the end of his term of office
appointed as a representative of the Thematic Group, referred to in art. 19 par. 4, application
for convening the General Meeting with the agenda including supplementary elections on
member of the e-Chamber Council – a representative of this Thematic Group may submit 30% of e-Chamber members
belonging to this Thematic Group (ie 30% of members of this Thematic Group), of which
the representative was a member of the e-Chamber Council, whose mandate expired. 30% of e-Chamber members
belonging to a given Thematic Group may also submit a request to convene the General
Meeting with the agenda including the appeal of a member of the Council of the e-Chamber – representative
of this Thematic Group and supplementary elections for the member of the e-Chamber Council – a representative of this Group.
6. The General Meeting should be convened on a day falling not later than 60 days
from the receipt of the request for its convening.
7. If the Management Board fails to convene the General Meeting on the date specified in para. 6 of this
Article, the applicant (the applicant in the case of Members of the e-Chamber) may convene General
Meeting with the proposed agenda.
Article 16
1. The General Meeting is convened by registered mail or by correspondence
sent electronically to the last e-mail address given by the e-Chamber Member
sent at least 21 days before the date of the General Meeting and additionally by
placing invitations on the e-Chamber’s website within this period. A member of the e-Chamber is
notified by registered mail (instead of electronic correspondence), if submitted in writing
demand in this regard.
2. The invitation should indicate the day, time and place of the General Meeting
and a detailed agenda.
3. The subject of resolutions of the General Meeting may only be matters included in the agenda
indicated in the invitation.
4. Detailed rules for the work of the General Meeting are set out in the regulations of the General Meeting.
5. Members of the e-Chamber, if it is provided for in the regulations of the General Meeting, may participate
in the General Meeting by means of electronic communication, which includes
real-time transmission of real-time, two-way communication in real time,
within which the participants of the General Meeting can speak during the meeting,
staying in a place other than the place of meeting and exercising the right to vote.
6. The organization of the General Meeting shall be provided by the Management Board.
THE E-CHAMBER COUNCIL
Article 17
1. The e-Chamber’s Council consists of 6 (six) to 15 (fifteen) members appointed by Walne
Meeting.
2. The e-Chamber Council elects the President of the e-Chamber Council and two from among its members
Vice-Presidents of the e-Chamber Council.
3. Natural persons may be appointed to the e-Chamber Board from among e-Chamber Members or from outside of them
group.
4. Members of the e-Chamber Council, subject to paragraph 5 of this article, may not be included
The Management Board and the e-Chamber Court.
5. The e-Chamber Council, for important reasons, may delegate a member of the Council of the e-Chamber for a definite period of time no
longer than one year and with the consent of that member, to perform the function of a member of the Board. Rights and obligations
member of the e-Chamber Council are suspended for the time of their secondment. Delegation can not
take place if as a result the number of full-fledged members of the e-Chamber’s Council would be less than
5 (five).
Art. 18
1. The e-Chamber Council is appointed for a joint 3 (three) year term.
2. The mandate of a member of the e-Chamber’s Council expires:
a) on the day of the General Meeting approving the financial statements of the e-Chamber
for the last full financial year of performing the function,
b) simultaneously with the expiry of the mandates of the remaining members of the e-Chamber Council – in the case of
member of the e-Chamber Council appointed before the end of the given term,
c) as a result of death, resignation or dismissal from the e-Chamber Council.
Article 19
1. The election of the members of the e-Chamber’s Council takes place by way of voting conducted in the mode of
described below.
2. Each of the Members of the e-Chamber participates in the voting by submitting from 1 (one)
up to 15 (fifteen) candidates to the e-Chamber Council (list of votes). List with a larger number of cast
votes for candidates is invalid. A member of the e-Chamber may submit only one list of votes
including the names of the candidates. The Subject Group is on the list, to
which member of the e-Chamber belongs to.
3. Every single entry of a candidate to the list means one vote for that candidate.
On this post, the total number of votes cast for each candidate is determined (votes
all members of the e-Chamber) and the total number of votes cast for this candidate by
E-Chamber members of each of the Thematic Groups (votes in the Thematic Group). In the absence of the request
at the latest immediately after the publication of the above-mentioned results of the candidate’s consent to
performing the function of a member of the Council of the e-Chamber, the votes shall be converted once more, without taking into account the votes
devoted to this candidate. To be elected as a representative of the Thematic Group,
the candidate must, within the same deadline, expressly agree in this regard,
where the indication of more than one Thematic Group requires for its effectiveness
determining their priorities – preferences in the order of choosing to represent thematic groups
in the event of an equal number of votes cast in different Thematic Groups. One member
The e-Chamber Council can not simultaneously be a representative of two Thematic Groups.
4. Members of the e-Chamber’s Council shall first be six candidates selected as
representatives of Thematic Groups. A candidate is the representative of the given Thematic Group,
who obtained the highest number of votes in a given Thematic Group. Application find
successively the following rules:
a. If more than one candidate received the largest number in the given Topic Group
votes, the candidate who received the largest total number of votes wins
Members of the e-Chamber. If the total number of votes of all Members of the e-Chamber are equal, then
the representative of the Thematic Group is selected by way of additional voting in the Group
Thematic, in which the member of the e-Chamber belonging to this Thematic Group votes for
one of the candidates who had previously received the same number of votes of all
Members of the e-Chamber.
b. If the candidate received the largest number of votes in more than one Thematic Group
(respectively: after applying the principle described in point a – should become a representative
Thematic Group), then becomes the representative of the Thematic Group in which
received the largest number of votes (the results of a possible vote are not taken into account
additional, referred to in point and). If necessary, preference is taken into account
the order of representation of the Thematic Groups indicated by the candidate.
Representatives of the remaining Thematic Groups are those who received as
the next largest number of votes in a given Thematic Group.
c. If, despite the principles described in this paragraph described above, the rules can not be determined
representative of a given Thematic Group – his place in the e-Chamber Council remains
vacant.
5. The remaining members of the Council of the e-Chamber are those candidates – in the number not exceeding nine
– who subsequently obtained the largest number of votes of all Members of the e-Chamber. If it can not be
to select the full number of members of the e-Chamber Council due to the fact that more than one candidate obtained
the same next highest number of votes, then a member (respectively: members) of the Council
e-Chamber the candidate is chosen according to the next highest number of votes obtained on the way
additional voting, in which each Member of the e-Chamber votes for one of the candidates,
who previously received the same number of votes.
6. Supplementary elections to the e-Chamber’s Council may be carried out. In this case
the election of the members of the e-Chamber’s Council takes place by way of voting conducted in the mode of
described above in paragraph 2 – 5, with the proviso that a member of the e-Chamber may report a number
candidates no more than the number of vacant seats in the e-Chamber Council, unless elections
complementary were provided for a smaller number of e-Chamber Council members (places to
filled). In the latter case, the member of the e-Chamber may declare the number of candidates no
greater than the number of places to be filled. Supplementary elections during the same General
Meetings may be held, if it is expressly provided for in the agenda.
7. A resolution on dismissing a representative of the Thematic Group shall be passed by an ordinary majority
However, it also requires an ordinary majority of the members of the e-Chamber belonging to this
Thematic Group.
Article 20
The powers of the e-Chamber Council, in addition to other matters reserved in the Statute, include:
a) appointing and dismissing members of the Management Board, including the President of the Management Board and Vice Presidents,
b) appointing and dismissing members of the Court of the e-Chamber, including the President of the Court of the e-Chamber
and Vice-Presidents,
c) determining the division of competences between members of the Management Board,
d) determining the amount of remuneration for members of the Management Board,
e) approving the Regulations of the Board,
f) adopting the amount of entry fees and membership fees as well as dates of their submission,
g) adoption of the Code of Ethics of e-Chamber Members,
h) approval of the annual budget of the e-Chamber and its changes,
i) adopting the position of the e-Chamber in matters concerning the objectives and tasks of the e-Chamber,
j) making decisions (including expressing consent) regarding the adoption by e-Izba
additional verbal and verbal-graphic markings as well as general rules for using these
indications,
k) making decisions (including expressing consent) regarding the disposal of property rights
intellectual property rights (ie rights on intangible goods, including internet domains and characters
goods, works) and for granting an exclusive license by e-Izba in this subject,
l) making decisions (including expressing consent) regarding the acquisition and sale of real estate,
perpetual usufruct or share in real estate,
m) making decisions (including expressing consent) regarding the creation and liquidation of units
organizational e-chambers,
n) making decisions (including expressing consent) regarding joining or withdrawal
e-Chamber from a national or foreign organization,
o) exercising the resolutions of the General Meeting.
Article 21
1. The e-Chamber Council holds meetings no less than once every six months.
2. Each member of the e-Chamber Council has one vote.
3. Resolutions of the e-Chamber Council are adopted by a simple majority of votes and may be adopted if all of them
Members of the e-Chamber Council were duly notified of the meeting of the e-Chamber Council. In case
the vote of the Chairman of the e-Chamber Council is decisive. Resolutions passed
they are in an open vote, with the exception of voting in favor of resolutions regarding the appointment
and dismissal of members of the Management Board and members of the Court of the e-Chamber and other personal matters that
it’s secret.
4. A member of the e-Chamber Council may participate in the meeting of the e-Chamber Council with the use of funds
electronic communication, if it is provided for in the regulations of the e-Chamber’s Council.
5. Members of the e-Chamber Council may participate in adopting resolutions of the e-Chamber Council by casting their votes
in writing through another member of the e-Chamber’s Council. You can not cast a vote in writing
refer to matters introduced to the agenda at the meeting of the e-Chamber Council.
6. Resolutions of the e-Chamber Council may be adopted in writing or using
means of direct remote communication. In this case, the resolution is
valid if all members of the e-Chamber’s Council have been notified about the content of the draft resolution.
7. The adoption of resolutions in the mode provided for in paragraph 5 and 6 of this article are not applicable
elections of the Chairman of the e-Chamber Council, Vice-Presidents of the e-Chamber Council, members of the Board,
members of the Court of the e-Chamber and delegating a member of the e-Chamber Council to perform the function of a member
Management Board.
8. Detailed principles of the work of the e-Chamber Council are set out in the regulations of the e-Chamber Council adopted by the Council
e-Chamber and approved by the General Meeting.
9. Depending on the needs, the e-Chamber Council may establish ad hoc or permanent substantive groups,
which are auxiliary units of the e-Chamber Council in the preparation and implementation of specific
tasks.
10. The e-Chamber Board submits an annual report on its activities to the Ordinary General
Meeting.
MANAGEMENT
Article 22
1. The Management Board consists of one (one) to five (five) members appointed by the e-Chamber Council.
2. Natural persons may be appointed to the Management Board from among the e-Chamber Members or from outside of them.
3. Members of the Management Board, subject to art. 17 sec. 5, may not be part of the e-Chamber Council or
Court of e-Chamber.
4. Supplementary elections to the Management Board are allowed.
Article 23
1. The Management Board is appointed for a joint 3 (three) year term.
2. The mandate of a member of the Management Board expires:
a) on the day of the General Meeting approving the financial statements of the e-Chamber
for the last full financial year of performing the function,
b) simultaneously with the expiry of the mandates of other members of the Management Board – in the case of
a member of the Management Board appointed before the end of a given term,
c) as a result of death, resignation or dismissal from the Management Board.
Article 24
1. The Management Board manages the activity of the e-Chamber and represents it outside.
2. The Management Board shall take all decisions not reserved for other bodies of the e-Chamber.
3. The tasks of the Board include in particular:
a) conducting the operational activity of the e-Chamber,
b) implementing the resolutions of the Council of the e-Chamber and the General Meeting,
c) managing the property of the e-Chamber,
d) running the business of the e-Chamber,
e) preparation of the eBoard’s annual budget and submitting it for approval by the e-Chamber Council.
4. If the Management Board is composed of several persons, statements of will on behalf of the e-Chamber shall be submitted by two
members of the Management Board acting jointly.
5. In the contracts between the e-Chamber and the member of the Management Board and in the dispute with him, the e-Chamber represents
proxy appointed by the e-Chamber Council.
Article 25
1. Each member of the Management Board shall have one vote.
2. Resolutions of the Management Board are adopted by a simple majority of votes and may be adopted if all of them
Members of the Management Board were properly notified about the meeting of the Management Board. In the case of equality
votes are cast by the vote of the President of the Board.
3. Detailed principles of the work of the Management Board are set out in the regulations of the Management Board adopted by the Management Board
and approved by the e-Chamber Council.
4. Depending on the needs, the Management Board may set up ad hoc or permanent substantive groups, which
they are auxiliary units of the Management Board in the preparation and implementation of specific tasks.
5. The Management Board submits an annual report on its activities to the Ordinary General
Meeting.
Art. 26
The Management Board may create an e-Chamber Office that provides administrative services for statutory activities
bodies of the e-Chamber, including the Management Board.
MEETING OF E-CHAMBER
Art. 27
1. The e-Chamber court consists of 3 (three) to 7 (seven) members appointed by the e-Chamber Council
from among candidates proposed by Members of the e-Chamber.
2. Individuals may be appointed to the e-Chamber Court from among the e-Chamber Members or from outside of them
group.
3. Members of the Court of the e-Chamber may not be members of the Management Board or the Council of the e-Chamber.
Article 28
1. The Court of the e-Chamber is appointed for a joint 3 (three) year term.
2. The mandate of an e-Court member expires:
a) on the day of the General Meeting approving the financial statements of the e-Chamber
for the last full financial year of performing the function,
b) simultaneously with the expiry of the mandates of the other members of the Court of the e-Chamber – in the case of
member of the Court of e-Chamber appointed before the end of the given term,
c) as a result of death, resignation or dismissal from the Court of Justice of the e-Chamber.
Article 29
1. About the planned selection of members of the Court of the e-Chamber The Chairman of the Council of the e-Chamber notifies Members
e-Chamber by means of registered letters or by electronic correspondence sent
to the last e-mail address given by the e-Chamber Member sent at least 21 days
before the meeting of the e-Chamber Council with the agenda including the election of members or
member of the e-Chamber Court. In the notice, the President of the Council of the e-Chamber should indicate the date
meetings of the e-Chamber Council and set the deadline for applications, not shorter than 21 days from
send a notification.
2. Supplementary elections are allowed to the e-Chamber Court. In each case
selection follows the provisions of paragraph 1 of this article.
Article 30
The competences of the e-Chamber Court include:
a) examining disputes between the bodies of the e-Chamber,
b) examining disputes between Members of the e-Chamber,
c) consideration of disputable issues between the e-Chamber’s authorities and Members of the e-Chamber,
d) issuing opinions on finding a violation of the Statute and adopted regulations
in the e-Chamber, in particular the Code of Ethics of e-Chamber Members and regulations,
e) issuing opinions on the interpretation of the Statute and regulations adopted in the e-Chamber,
in particular, the Code of Ethics of e-Chamber Members and regulations,
f) considering appeals against decisions of the Management Board refusing to be admitted as members of the e-Chamber,
on refusal to change the eligibility of an e-Chamber Member to the Thematic Group and on the exclusion of a Member
e-Chamber.
Article 31
1. The Court of e-Chamber shall consider matters and issue opinions at the request of the Board, the Council of the e-Chamber or Members
e-Chamber.
2. Members of the e-Chamber perform their duties in person.
3. Each member of the Court of the e-Chamber shall have one vote.
4. The works of the Court of the e-Chamber shall be led by the President of the Court of the e-Chamber.
5. Consideration of a case or appeal and issuing an opinion shall take place by way of a resolution
taken by a simple majority of votes by the composition appointed by the President of the Court
e-Chamber of not less than 3 members of the e-Chamber Court.
6. The procedure and detailed rules of the work of the Court of the e-Chamber are set out in the regulations of the Court of the e-Chamber
passed by the Court of the e-Chamber and approved by the General Meeting.
7. The e-Chamber Court shall annually report its activities to the Ordinary General
Meeting.
THE PROPERTY OF E-CHAMBER
Article 32
1. The financial resources for the costs of maintaining and operating the e-Chamber come from the income obtained
by the e-Chamber.
2. The revenues of the e-Chamber come from:
a) entry fees,
b) membership fees,
c) domestic and foreign donations, inheritances, subscriptions,
d) subsidies and subsidies received from home and abroad,
e) income from movable and immovable assets and property rights,
f) income from the economic activity of the e-Chamber,
g) other sources allowed by law.
Article 33
1. e-Chamber may create special-purpose funds.
2. The calendar year of the e-Chamber is the calendar year.
3. If the e-Chamber in a given financial year suffers a loss, the Management Board shall present the e-Chamber to the Council
recommendation as to the method and source of loss coverage.
Art. 34
1. Subject to the provisions of para. 2 of this article, the subject of business
e-Chamber can be:
a) publishing magazines and other periodicals (PKD 58.14.Z),
b) other publishing activity (PKD 58.19.Z),
c) publishing activity in the scope of other software (PKD 58.29.Z),
d) activity in the field of sound and music recordings (PKD 59.20.Z),
e) activities related to software (PKD 62.01.Z),
f) activities related to IT consulting (PKD 62.02.Z),
g) other service activity in the field of information and computer technologies (PKD
62.09.Z)
h) data processing; website management (hosting) and similar activities (PKD
63.11.Z)
i) operation of internet portals (PKD 63.12.Z),
j) activity of information agencies (PKD 63.91.Z),
k) other service activity in the field of information, not classified elsewhere (PKD
63.99.Z)
l) interpersonal relations (public relations) and communication (PKD 70.21.Z),
m) research and development in the field of other natural sciences and
technical (PKD 72.19.Z),
n) scientific research and development work in the field of social sciences and humanities (PKD
72.20.Z)
o) intermediation in the sale of space for advertising purposes in electronic media (Internet)
(PKD 73.12.C),
p) market and public opinion survey (PKD 73.20.Z),
q) activities in the field of specialized design (PKD 74.10.Z),
r) other professional, scientific and technical activities not classified elsewhere (PKD
74.90.Z)
s) renting and leasing of office machines and devices, including computers (PKD 77.33.Z),
t) lease of intellectual property and similar products, excluding protected works
copyright (PKD 77.40.Z),
u) service activities related to administrative office support (PKD 82.11.Z),
v) operation of call centers (PKD 82.20.Z),
w) activities related to the organization of fairs, exhibitions and congresses (PKD 82.30.Z),
x) other business support activities, elsewhere
unclassified (PKD 82.99.Z),
y) management in the field of economic efficiency (PKD 84.13.Z),
z) extracurricular forms of education (PKD 85.5),
aa) activity supporting education (PKD 85.60.Z),
bb) repair and maintenance of computers and peripherals (PKD 95.11.Z),
cc) repair and maintenance of (tele) communication equipment (PKD 95.12.Z).
2. The economic activity of the e-Chamber should be consistent with its statutory objectives.
CHANGE OF STATUTE, SOLUTION E-CHAMBER
Art. 35
1. Resolution on amendments to the Articles of Association and on the resolution of the e-Chamber General Meeting
take 3/4 (three-quarters) of votes in the presence of at least half
Members of the e-Chamber.
2. In the resolution on the dissolution of the e-Chamber, the General Meeting appoints the liquidator that he conducts
liquidation by executing the provisions of the Statute regarding the use of the e-Chamber’s assets.
3. The resolution of the General Meeting on the dissolution of the e-Chamber should also indicate the goals for which it is to be adopted
e-House assets are to be earmarked after liquidation. In the absence
such a decision in the resolution of the General Meeting makes a decision in this regard
The e-Chamber Council. The property of the e-Chamber can not be allocated for distribution among the Members of the e-Chamber.
4. A resolution on the liquidation of the e-Chamber shall be submitted to the registry court.
5. The Statutes regarding the Management Board shall apply to the liquidator.
FINAL PROVISIONS
Article 36
1. The dates specified in the Statute for the operation of the bodies of the e-Chamber are in-service.
If it is impossible to keep the deadline, the authority notifies the interested party
and indicates the possible deadline for settling the matter. The above does not apply to related terms
with the organization of the General Meeting and the organization of elections to the Court of the e-Chamber.
2. In matters not regulated by this Statute, the provisions of the Act of May 30 shall apply
1989 on chambers of commerce and other binding provisions of Polish law.
3. The Management Board and the Board of the first-term e-Chamber shall unanimously appoint the founders.
4. The Management Board of the first term of office is obliged within 6 months of entering the e-Chamber into
The National Court Register should be convened by the General Meeting with the agenda including
the appeal of the first-term Board of the e-Chamber and the appointment of the e-Chamber Council of the second term of office.

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