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D. The Main Petitioner an Petitionee are respectively given seven (7) minutes to present their cases. (With only one three (3) minute extension allowed. E. The Petitionee and Main Petitioner are given five (5) minutes to cross examine or ask questions to the other party (With only two (2) minute extension allowed). F. All the Official Fellows present are then allowed to vote by secret ballot. The letter is enacted only upon two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote, rounded up. G. Only one level of appeal is allowed. §5. Any party absent in the proceedings is considered to have waived for his side to be heard, and decisions are based on the available evidences.
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§6. Certificates are documents that recognize the circumstance or position of a Fellow. Forms of Certificates are but not limited to the following: A. Candidacy B. Fellowship C. Honorable dismissal §7. An Official Resolution is a document that recognizes the decision of any of the Officials on the following important actions, but not limited to: A. The conferment of Honorary Fellowship or Patronship B. The Appointment of an Adviser C. The Appointment of Officers D. The Opening of a Bank Account E. The Adoption of a Name, Seal or Coat of Arms F. The Setting of Fellowship Fee G. The Creation or Abolition of an Ad hoc Bureau H. The Termination of Honorary Fellowship or Patronship I. Reprieve of Financial Obligations J. Enactment, Amendment or Abolition of a Regulatory Legislation §8. Upon majority votes cast for such, or approval of the receiver, the Officials award the Official Resolution in the nearest possible General Assembly from the decision being handed down. ART. X. Financial and Resources Management §1. An Official Resolution is issued when Officers, with concurrence of the Adviser, set the amount of the Fellowship Fee, except to the extent reserved to the Fellows by a Letter. §2. Collections of Fellowship fees are done in application as a Fellow. Outstanding balances are noted by the Chief Financial Officer and the Chief Operating Officer and sends reminder to applicants every two (2) days.
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§3. Fellowship Fees are at least Php. 120 for each Academic Year. §4. JO is encouraging to purchase a Cash Box under the Chief Financing Officer under the Exchequer’s responsibility to properly store of Organizational Funds. §5. An Official Resolution is issued if the funds of JO reach and maintain Php. 10,000 for one (1) Semester and, with the help of OSSA, is deposited in a reputable bank. The Chief Financing Officer has responsibility of the Bank Account. §6. The fiscal year of JO is divided into two (2) semesters: May-October and November-March. §7. A budget may be created, decided upon and approved within the first month of the Semester. The Chief Financing Officer calculates the estimate Cash inflows from Fellowship Fees. The Chief Operating Officer lists down the activities for the Semester. The Budget Allocation and Adjustment is affected by the following factors: A. Number of activities planned; B. Level of importance (benefit of planned activities) C. Actual budget items requested; §8. Before the Final Examinations, the Chief Financing Officer immediately develops the Financial Statement containing all the receipts (cash inflows) and disbursements (Cash Outflows) for prompt submission to OSSA.
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