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Articles and Rules

NUS is governed by its Articles and Rules. The Articles of Association are one of the constitutional documents of a company which sets out the basic management and administrative structure of NUS as an organisation.

Each of the 6 companies within NUS has its own set of Articles which regulate the internal affairs of the company and are a public document open to inspection at Companies House.

NUS UK's Articles

The Articles of Association are a legal document that establish the National Union of Students as an organisation. They can be changed by a two-thirds majority vote of National Conference, ratified at National Conference the following year.

NUS UK’s Rules

These are the rules under which we operate as an organisation, such as the make-up of our committees, rules around elections and how we make decisions through conferences. Rule changes form part of the Annual General Meeting, which takes place at National Conference. A simple majority vote can change the rules.

No Platform Policy

NUS Services Ltd

The Articles of Association are legal documents that establishes NUS Services as an organisation. These can be changed by a vote by one member holding in excess of 90% of the share capital; NUS Holdings is this shareholder.

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NUS SU Charitable Services

The Articles of Association are legal documents that establishes NUS SU Charitable Services as an organisation. These can be changed on a vote by members, the sole member of this organisation is NUS Uk and the representive of this is the National President.

Nus-charity-articles

NUS Scotland Charitable Services is not an incorporate Company but is a Scottish Chairty registered with OSCR.

 

NUS Media Ltd

The Articles of Association are legal documents that establishes NUS Media as an organisation.

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NUS Holdings Ltd

The Articles of Association are legal documents that establishes NUS Holdings as an organisation.

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Epona

The Articles of Association are legal documents that establishes Epona as an organisation.

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