AICPA Bylaw Section 720 


    7.2 Termination of Membership for Nonpayment of Financial Obligation or for Failure to Comply With Membership-Retention Requirements

    As amended
    January 12, 1988,
    unless otherwise indicated

        .01    The Board of Directors may, in its discretion, terminate the membership of a member who fails to pay dues or any other obligation to the Institute within five months after such debt has become due and terminate the membership of a member who fails to comply with the practice-monitoring or continuing education membership-retention requirements. The Council shall provide for consideration and disposition by the trial board, with or without hearing, of a timely written petition that membership should not be terminated pursuant to this section. Any membership so terminated may be reinstated by the Board of Directors, under such conditions and procedures as the Council may prescribe.

    (See section 720R.)

                7.2.1    Termination of Association of International Associate

                The Board of Directors may terminate the affiliation of an international associate at its discretion.

                [As revised May 15, 2000.]




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