In the event of any office bearer or member of the Central Executive Committee vacating his office at any time during the year, the vacant office shall be filled up by the Central Executive Committee within 30 days of the vacancy by co-option. Office bearers so co-opted shall be entitled to hold office till the next elections and shall belong to the same class of membership and zone to which the outgoing office bearer belonged.
- The Office of a member of the Central Executive Committee shall be vacated if the absents himself from three consecutive meetings of the Central Executive Committee or for a continuous period of three months whichever is longer, without leave or permission from the Central Executive Committee.
- If a vacancy is caused on the Central Executive Committee, or any Committee by disqualification as per Article No. 9 and 10 and/or by resignation, the vacancy shall be filled up for the remaining period of the year by the Central Executive Committee by co-option.
- In the event of any office bearer or member of the Central Executive Committee going on leave for a period exceeding three months, the Central Executive Committee may co-opt a substitute in his place to act for the period of the leave. The same rules and procedure shall apply in the zones.
- (a) Notice of the meeting of the Association with a statement of the business to be ransacked at the meeting shall be sent to every member as hereinafter provided, but the accidental omission to give notice to or the non-receipt of notice by any member shall not invalidate the proceedings at any meeting.
(b) Any member present in person shall be entitled to demand a poll.
(c) An instrument appointing a proxy in the form set out in regulation of the Companies Ordinance, 1984 shall not be questioned.
(d) Any member whose name is entered in the Register of members of the Association shall enjoy the same right and be subject to the same liabilities as all other members of the same class.
47. It shall be obligatory upon every member to notify any change of his address so that the same may be noted in the Register of members. In the absence of such intimation a notice sent to the address last noticed in the Register of members shall be deemed good.