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minelæggere.

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The fund's objective is: 1. Owning, rehabilitating and preserving frigate Peder Skram (F352) in order to make the frigate available to the public and other associated costs. 2. To establish and operate a Marine Museum at Holmen.
The fund's objective is: 1. Owning, rehabilitating and preserving frigate Peder Skram (F352) in order to make the frigate available to the public and other associated costs. 2. To establish and operate a Marine Museum at Holmen.

Articles of the Peder Skram Foundation

Articles of the Peder Skram Foundation:


1.
The name of the Foundation is Fonden Peder Skram. Its registered office is Copenhagen Municipality.


2.
The scope of the Foundation is to:

  1. Own, restore and preserve the Frigate (F352) in order to make it accessible to the public and in addition to this
  2. Establish and operate a Naval Museum at Holmen.


3.
The Foundation may, furthermore, initiate and operate any other enterprise that is connected to the performance of the scope of the Foundation.

 

The scope of the Foundation is to be performed in cooperation with the Navy and with museums and institutions the purpose of which is to illuminate the maritime and seafaring history of Denmark.

 

4.
The Frigate Peder Skram has been handed over to the Foundation by letter / title deed dated December 16th 1994.

 

5.
The Foundation is founded as of January 29th 1995. The assets of the Foundation amount to DKK 350,000. Concerning the own capital of the Foundation, please see the current opening status.

 

6.
Means for fulfilling the scope of the Foundation are made available partly by the profitable activities stated in the foundations, and partly via collections, donations and testamentary dispositions etc.

 

7.
The Foundation is managed by a Board of up to 9 persons, i.a. representing Danish naval and maritime historical interests. In addition to that, the at any time chairman of the Committee shall be a member of the Board.

 

The first board of the Foundation was: Vice Admiral Jørgen Bork, Head Archivist Hans Christian Bjerg, Managing Director Stig DeGeer, Managing Director Jørgen Grinder, Managing Director Kai Søborg Hansen, Lawyer Eigil Koefoed and Engineer Peter Sahlertz.

 

During the period till a Committee is established, c.f. §9, the Board is self-supplementary.

 

When the Committee has been established it will select the Board of the Foundation i.a.w. the following rules.

 

Every year two members of the Board shall retire. Re-election may take place. Proposal for selection of members of the Board shall be submitted to the Committee at the latest 8 days before the annual meeting of the Committee is in session.

 

From its midst the Board shall select a Chairman and a deputy, and - until a permanent daily management has been established - a treasurer.

 

The Board is legally competent to transact business when at least half of its members are present. Decisions are taken by simple majority. In case of parity of votes the vote of the Chairman or in his absence his Deputy will be deciding the matter.

 

Minutes are made of the meetings of the Board. They are signed by the Board members present.

 

The Board decides on the agenda.

 

The Chairman of the Board is signing for the Foundation, in his absence his Deputy and a member of the Board.

 

8.
The Board may hire paid assistance if necessary, hereunder a management to see to the day-to-day affairs.

 

9.
The Board shall found and point out members of a Committee for the Foundation consisting of up to 50 members interested in and with knowledge of the purpose and activity of the Foundation.

 

The Board decides the time for the foundation of the Committee.

 

New members of the Committee are selected by the Committee. The Board may propose candidates for selection to the Committee.

 

Selection for the Committee takes place at its ordinary annual meetings to be held before the end of each October.

 

It is the scope of the Committee to advise the Board and in cooperate with the Board to promote the scope and activities of the Board.
From its midst the Committee selects a Chairman who additionally is a born member of the Board of the Foundation c.f. §7 sec. 3.

 

The Board will arrange the Committee to be summoned at least once per year. The call for the annual meeting shall be in writing to each member of the Committee and submitted at least 14 days before the date of the meeting.

 

The agenda for the annual meeting at least is to comprise:

  1. Appointment of Chairman of the meeting.
  2. Board's report on the activities of the Foundation.
  3. Presenting of the audited accounts.
  4. Selection of members of the Board.
  5. Selection of members of the Committee.
  6. Approval of the Board's selection of an Auditor.
  7. Any other business.

 

An extraordinary Committee meeting can and shall be called by the Board on the request of at least 10 Committee members stating an agenda.

 

10.
The accounts of the Foundation shall be audited by a certified auditor selected by the Board and approved by the Committee.

 

The accounting year of the Foundation shall be the calendar year. First year shall be 1.1 - 31.12.1995.

 

11.
Change of the articles may be decided by the Board when 2/3 of its members vote for the change. Additionally, if the Committee is founded, it is required that the changes agreed by the Board are submitted for approval by the Committee, and that 2/3 of the Committee members present vote for the change.

 

Similar rules shall be in force in case of the Board being dissolved.

 

Any change of the foundations respectively dissolution of the Foundation will require an approval of the Foundation Authority.

 

In case of dissolution of the Foundation its assets shall be transferred to the Naval Museum.

 

Thus agreed at the meeting on January 4th 1995

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