CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS WITH AMENDMENTS

 

FRIENDS OF MEXICO A.C.

AMIGOS DE MÉXICO A.C

 

 

Volume XXIV Number 5,760

 

In the city of Mazatlán, State of Sinaloa, Republic of Mexico, on the 24th of March of 1999. I, Lic. Jorge Luis Buenrostro Felix, Notary Public #141 in this state, who practices and resides in this municipality, acting outside of the Notary, in accordance with the disposed by Article 63 of the current State Notary Law, I constitute in the building marked with the number 1611 on Carnaval street, 1st Floor, in this city where Paul Leroy Kolyer, Rose Marie Price, Chester Steven Tesarowski, and Brenda Lynn Babbitt, appeared before me of their own will and manifested their desire to form a Civil Association which will be called "Friends of Mexico, Civil Association".

 

In effect, I constitute that I have viewed the referred original affidavit, correctly signed which contained 9 pages, legally sealed which I attach marked with the letter B.

 

I testify, Signed Lic. Jorge Luis Buenrostro Felix - Signed the Notary Seal.

 

I authorize definitely the 29th day of November of 1999, the date which I presented the corresponding notification before the Secretary of Finance and Public Credit. I testify.

 

Annex Letter "B"

 

Protocol Document

 

In the city of Mazatlán, State of Sinaloa, Republic of Mexico, on the 24th day of the month of March of 1999, I Lie. Jorge Luis Buenrostro Felix, Notary Public #141 in this state, practicing and residing in this municipality, disposed in accordance with Article 63 of current State Notary Law, I constitute that in the building located on Carnaval Street #1611, First Floor, in this city, requested by Paul Leroy Kolyer, Rose Marie Price, Chester Steven Tesarowski, and Brenda Lynn Babbitt, with the purpose of assigning this official document of the constitution of the organization called Friends of Mexico, A.C. Which grants the contract governed by the following:

 

Statutes

 

Chapter One

 

Denomination, Nationality, and Address.

 

1st - The following persons Paul Leroy Kolyer, Rose Marie Price, Chester Steven Tesarowski, and Brenda Lynn Babbitt, constitute a Civil Association which will be called Friends of Mexico, A.C.

 

2nd - The association will contain legal capacity and its own patrimony, in accordance with the indicated State Civil Code of Sinaloa in its Article 2552 and other relatives.

 

Accordingly a Civil Association without economic preponderant and perceives no economic gains.

 

3rd - The address of the association will be the City and Port of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, but may establish offices or branches or agencies in any other city in the state, country or another foreign country.

 

4th - The association will be Mexican. Any foreigner who acquires an interest or participates in the association at the moment of its constitution or after, will be considered a Mexican in the relation to said interest or participation, with the understanding that what concerns in not invoking the protection of their government under the penalty of loosing said interest or participation in favor of the Republic of Mexico in case 'the covenants are broken.

 

Chapter Two

 

Duration and Objective

 

5th - The duration of the association will be 99 years and their annual social and fiscal practices, will be from the 1st of January thru the 31st of December, except this initial which begins from the date of this constitution.

 

6th - The object of the association will be:

a)    Provide economic help to persons who wish to dedicate themselves to education.

b)    Provide a system of organization and help to fiscal persons, or moral persons, who wish to promote projects which have been approved by the board of directors.

c)    Provide and instrument to see through projects which fiscal persons have stipulated either in their testaments or legacies or any other similar instrument. Also accepting legacies or donations and collecting and soliciting funds for the association.

d)    Provide a point of reunion for the friends, socials, and to help the well­ being of the members who live in the city of Mazatlán, Sinaloa.

e)    Provide an instrument to give the proper treatment of any problems that could arise out of living ill Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico, for residents of either short or long periods of time.

f)    Institute a mechanism in which the members can establish foundations, educational trusts, scholarships, health care, etc.

g)    Provide a center to do voluntary services such as visiting the sick.

h)    Provide English classes for Mexicans. 

i)    Promote a better understanding of the cultures, Mexican, and International.

j)    Provide services like medical insurance, cremation and or funeral services, commercial discounts, shipments, travel, restaurants, registration at homes, home insurance, and boat insurance, etc.

k)    Provide training for providing services in English.

l)    In general, the celebration of contracts, and operations as well as the other acts necessary or conveniences in the compliance of the preceding ends or that could be related with the same.

 

Chapter Three

 

Patrimony and Contributions

 

7th - The patrimony of the association will be formed with its whole wealth, rights and values which it receives from the same, donations, member dues, estates, services performed, like those which result from lawful means.

 

The capitol will be kept in 2 bank accounts and shall be employed in accordance with the good judgment of the board and assembly, always benefiting the association.

 

The capitol which accumulates from the members’ dues will be used for administrative expenses, which should be authorized by the board. Reimbursement of expenses by members will be paid when they present the respective receipt. All expenses should be authorized by the board.

 

Separate Accounts will be opened for the following:

  1. Administration
  2. Foundations (Re: Trusts, endowments)

 

8th - To help maintain activities and be able to realize the ends to which the association was formed, they can affect all those activities which permit raising funds.

 

9th - In case of dissolution of the association all the monies shall pass to the hands of the Mexican Red Cross of Mazatlán, Sinaloa.

 

The association is non-profit, for which in case the revenues exceed the expenses the balance will not be divided among the members but shall be in the objectives of the association.

 

Chapter Four

 

The Members

 

10th – Any person can be a member who pays the amount of $100.00 pesos every 2 years.  The cost of membership can change as necessary by a majority vote of the members.  Each member shall be issued a membership card.  The card is not transferable.

Change to: Any person can be a member who pays the annual cost of membership.  The annual cost of membership shall be determined by a majority vote of the Executive Board of Directors and can change from time to time as the Executive Board sees fit.  Each member shall be issued a membership card.  The card is not transferable.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

11th - Obligations of the members.

The member obligations are as follows:

 

1)    Help with the objectives of the association.  Demonstrating good conduct, honesty, and loyalty to the group.

2)    Go to or be represented at the general meetings as stated in the statutes.

3)    To perform personally the duties of which elected by the general assembly or designated by the board.

4)    Fulfill the agreements and resolutions that the association takes.

5)    Pay the quotas or dues decreed for the subsistence of the association and fulfill the social objectives.

 

12th - Rights of the Members

The rights of the members are as follows:

 

a)    Attend with voice and vote the meetings.

b)    Occupy office on the board of directors.

c)    Present suggestions, applications and initiatives to the board of directors as well as complaints in case of irregularities.

d)    Solicit the intervention of the association for defense and help with interests.

e)    In general, utilize all the services that the association provides.

 

13th - The members that are current with the payment of dues will have the right to vote at all monthly and annual meetings.

 

Change to: The members who are current with the payment of dues will have the right to Vote at all monthly general meetings and annual business meetings. Members who join on an election day are not eligible to vote.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

Change to: The members who are current with the payment of dues will have the right to Vote at all monthly general meetings and annual business meetings.  New members who join on an election day are not eligible to vote.  Members who renew on an election day are eligible to vote.

APPROVED. January 13, 2004

 

14th - The member who wishes to resign at any quality can do so by way of letter addressed to the association, which will be read by the board.

 

15th - The exclusion of the member requires a written application directed to the association by one of the members explaining their reasons. The accused member should justify themselves verbally if solicited in the session of the board of directors after the date of application. Concerning the application of exclusion the board will decide with a 2/3-majority vote by the members.

 

16th - Guests.

Guests can attend the meetings of the association and participate in association functions. But they will be given a superior quota for their participation and have no right to vote.

 

Chapter Five

 

Association Meetings

 

17th - The meeting of members is the supreme organ of the association and agree upon, ratify or modify all the acts and operations of the same in its quality to represent the totality of the members their authority will have no other limitations except those indicated by law.

 

The summons for said meetings should be communicated to each one of the members by telephone or by mail, with 7 days anticipation before the date of its celebration.

Change to: The summons for the monthly general meetings shall be communicated to the members by public notice.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

18th - The general meetings will be held once a month. All will begin at 9:00 A.M. in the morning in the indicated place. Additional meetings may be held during the months of December thru March.

Change to: The monthly general meetings will be held once a month.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

The meetings will be presided over by the President of the Board and in case of his or her absence, by the Vice-president. In the ordinary meetings there must be a quorum with the attendance of half plus one of the members and the decisions will be taken by a majority vote of the members present. Their decisions will be obligatory for all those not in attendance.

Change to: The meetings will be presided over by the President of the Board of Directors and, in case of his or her absence, by the Vice-President. In the monthly general meetings the decisions will be taken by a majority vote of the members present. Their decisions will be obligatory for all those not in attendance.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

In case there is no quorum at the first meeting then there will be a second meeting called and a vote will be taken no matter how many members are present.

Delete this paragraph.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

Add new paragraph: All members present at the general monthly meeting will receive Minutes from the Board of Directors Meetings.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

19th - Annual Meetings of Members

Once a year at the January monthly meeting, there will be an annual meeting of members. The purpose of the same will be to present the financial audits and elect new board members.

Change to: Once a year at the January monthly general meeting there will be an annual business meeting of members. the purpose of this meeting will be to present the financial audits, elect new Executive Board members, and amend the Association's by-laws if necessary. A quorum will be formed when 30 members are present or represented by proxy.

APPROVED. January 9,2001

 

20th - The members who do not attend the meetings may be represented by another member in attendance. No member who attends may represent more than 3 members. The authorization of representation should be proven by a power of attorney signed before 2 witnesses or certified by a notary public.

Change to: the members who do not attend the Annual Business Meeting may designate a proxy in writing. The proxy form will specify the absent member's name, the name of the member designated by him or her as their proxy, the date and the signature of the absent member. No member attending may hold more than 3 proxies.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

Add new paragraph: Notification of the date, time and place of the Annual Business Meeting, the agenda and accompanying materials, and minutes of the previous year's Annual Business Meeting will be provided to the members at the December monthly general meeting.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

21st - At the meetings only those items which are listed on the days agenda will be discussed. Unless not less than 10% of the members asked that an item be included on the agenda, and it was done in writing one week before the meeting.

 

22nd - Roberts rules of order - All meetings will be regimented by the Roberts Rules of Order.

 

Chapter Six

 

Administration of the Association

 

23rd - The administration and course of the association will be entrusted to the board of directors, which will have at least 7 members, those being President, Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer, and 3 Directors elected by the association or appointed by the president of the same who will preside over the committees created by the president and approved by the board of directors.

 

The president, vice-president, and secretary shall hold office for not more than two (2) years. The treasurer shall hold their office for no more than five (5) years. The directors before mentioned shall hold their office for no more than three (3) years.

Change to: The term of office for the Executive Board shall be as follows: president, vice-president and secretary shall be two years.  The term of office for the Treasurer shall be 5 years. The term of office for the Chairpersons of the Foundation, Membership and Social committees shall be three years. No member shall hold an elected office for more than two terms.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

Change to: The term of office for the Executive Board shall be as follows: president, vice-president and secretary shall be two years.  The term of office for the Treasurer shall be 5 years. The term of office for the Chairpersons of the Foundation, Membership and Events committees shall be three years. No member shall hold an elected office for more than two terms.

APPROVED. January 13, 2004

 

ADD: The election of the president shall occur on even-numbered years and the election of the vice-president shall occur on odd-numbered years.  Should the Office of president be vacated before the term expires, the vice-president shall assume the duties and responsibilities of the office of president for the remainder of the unexpired term.  Should the office of vice-president be vacated before the term expires, the board shall appoint a person to fulfill the remaining time of the unexpired term.

APPROVED. January 13, 2004

 

ADD:

23rd (a)

Duties and Responsibilities of the Executive Board of Directors

 

PRESIDENT. The president presides at meetings of the Association and Board of Directors, sets and publishes an agenda for said meetings, establishes and co-ordinates committees as required, represents the Association as required, and casts a deciding vote of the Board of Directors in the event of a tie vote.

 

VICE-PRESIDENT. The Vide-President acts in locum for the President when he/she is absent or

unable, assists the President in co-coordinating committees, represents the Association as

required, and acts a voting member of the Board of Directors.

 

SECRETARY. The Secretary takes minutes of all meetings and prepares and distributes copies for the Association, assists the President in correspondence, and acts a voting member of the Board of Directors.

 

TREASURER. The Treasurer maintains the Association's bank account, pays and receives all monies on behalf of the Association and Foundations of the Association, reports to members and the Board of Directors monthly on the financial status of the Association, assists the President when required and acts a voting member of the Board of Directors.

 

CHAIRPERSONS. The Chairpersons of the Foundation, Membership and Social committees shall represent their committees at the meetings of the Board of Directors and each shall act as a voting member of the Board Directors.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

Change To: CHAIRPERSONS. The Chairpersons of the Foundation, Membership and Events committees shall represent their committees at the meetings of the Board of Directors and each shall act as a voting member of the Board Directors.  The Events Committee will consist of at least two (2) Board members and five (5) members selected by the Events chairperson.  The duties of the Events Committee shall be to organize fund-raising events for the Foundation and social events for the members of Friends of Mexico.

APPROVED. January 13, 2004

 

24th - Board of Directors Sessions.

The board of directors sessions will be held on what ever date before the monthly members meeting, whenever the president decides.

 

The minutes from said meetings shall be read and a copy given to the members during the monthly meetings.

Change To: A copy of the minutes from the previous Board of Directors meeting shall be made available to the Board members during the monthly Board meetings.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

For the board of directors to legally function, half plus one member of the same must be in attendance and their resolutions shall be valid when taken by a vote favorable of the majority of the board members present.

 

The members of the board of directors shall be elected by the members of the association.

Change to: The members of the Executive Board shall be elected by the members of the association. In the event of a resignation, the President may appoint a replacement Executive Board member to serve until the elections at the next Annual Business Meeting.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

Add this paragraph: The voting members of the Board of Directors are the Executive Board which consists of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Chairpersons of the Foundation, Membership and Social Committees.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

25th - The president of the board of directors shall have the following authority, which are expressed in an enunciated and not limited to represent legally the association making use of the social signature in the following manner:

Change To: The President, together with one other member of the Executive Board of Directors, shall have the following authority which is expressed in an enunciated and not limited to represent legally the association making use of the social signature in the following manner:

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

I.                General power of attorney for collections and litigation, with the ample faculties referred to in Article 2554 of the Federal District Civil Code applicable in a Federal matter in all the Republic Article 2436 of the Sinaloa Civil Code, giving the holder of the Power of Attorney all the general authority and especially which require special clause in accordance with the law in an enunciated way and not limited as follows:

To attempt and desist all type of actions, intercede and desist appeals, even from legal protection, concede, offer and give proof and reject the contrary; articulate and absolve positions, deny with or without cause, defer jurisdiction, argue incompetence, compromise judges and judgments, stipulate conventional procedure; sign public and private documents that are necessary to exercise a mandate, authorizing an inclusive clause of criminal complaints, and act as an aid to the public ministry; to promote criminal incidents and constitute part in them, promote definitive and cautionary embargo's, represent the grantor before particulars and before whatever class of authority whether municipal, of the federation of the states being of whatever nature, either civil, administrative, penal, or work related, and with all the faculties conciliatory before the honorable group of conciliation and judges, of whatever entity competent in the labor branch, celebrate judicial covenants and un judicial with debtors and creditors, as well as endorse in enterprise titles of credit for their collection from debtors of the power of attorney.

 

II.            General Power for administration acts with all the general authority and special which comprise an open and free general administration, without any limitation, as in the second paragraph of Article 2436 of the Sinaloa Civil Code and correlative with the Federal Districts Article 2554.

 

III.        Open and operate the bank accounts that are necessary in the Boards opinion.

Change to: Open, operate and close bank accounts as approved by the Executive Board of Directors.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

IV.            Name managers and assistant managers holders of power of attorney and employees in the negotiation, substituting any and all of the authorities, which are bestowed.

 

V.                Exercise the agreements of the assembly and in general finish all acts and operations that seem necessary or convenient for the objective of the association with no limits.

 

VI.            General Power for acts of domain without any limits, in the terms of the 3rd paragraph of Article 2436 in the State of Sinaloa Civil Code and its correlative in the Federal District 2554.

 

VII.        General Power to subscribe and authorize titles of credit in favor and against the company; authorizing inclusive authority to become counter­-signers of a 3rd party, strangers of the society; authorize surety contracts in the name of the company which benefit third parties; with authority to subscribe, accept, endorse, to free, to vouch for and in whatever form authorize all class of titles of credit, in the terms of Article 9, 1st fraction of the General Law of Titles and Credit Operations.

 

VIII.    Authorize all types of contracts, contribute wealth or property of the association and other enterprises, or societies, subscribe stockholders or participations in other enterprises or societies and authorize counter-signers, surety contracts and all type of guarantees that guarantee obligations in the charge of other enterprises, societies and individuals even if the association has or has not an interest in said enterprise, societies or individuals.

 

IX.            Name holders of power of attorneys, authorizing them the authority when necessary and revoke said powers when the case warrants.

 

X.                Open and close bank accounts in the bank of your choice.

Delete this paragraph.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

26th - The board of directors shall be elected and will take possession of their post in the first session celebrated after the ordinary general assembly which elected them.

Change To: The Board of Directors shall be elected and will take possession of their posts immediately following the Annual Business Meeting at which they are elected.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

27th - The board of directors in their case shall meet once a month in ordinary session and may designate one of its members, work committees for acts and special projects, giving them the authority which the board determines and establishing their obligations.

 

28th - The board in its case will be considered legally installed with the assistance of half or more of its members. The meeting shall be presided over by the president, and in his or her absence by the vice-president and if neither is present, then by the person choose by the members.

 

29th - The president of the board shall have representation of the association in accordance with these statutes.

 

Chapter Seven

 

Social Practices

 

30th - The social practices will last one year which will begin the 1st of January until the following 31st of December. The first task shall be considered from the date of authorization of this public writing, until the following 31st of December.

 

31st - When each task ends, the president of the board shall present to the members of the association a document which states detailed results of the corresponding operations of each social practice.

 

Chapter Eight

 

Dissolution and Liquidation of the Association

 

32nd - The association will be dissolved for the following reasons:

Change To: The association can be dissolved for any one of the following reasons:

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

I.               By unanimous decision of the members.

 

II.           By the completion of the terms stated in the association contract with the exception of a special arrangement in the paragraph after the same clause.

 

III.      By judicial resolution

The death or incapacity of one or various of the members shall not be a cause of dissolution of the association. When the terms of duration of the association is completed, if the members wish to continue normal activities of the association, it will be understood that there is an indefinite extension. There will be no need to make any modifications in the constitution. In case of death of one of the members they will proceed with the liquidation of the corresponding part of said member giving them to the parties who have the legal right to them. The association will have a limit of 4 months to deliver the liquidation of the corresponding part of the deceased member, giving the amount in cash in accordance with the nature of the patrimony of the association and as stipulated by the assembly of the associates. When the members decides to dissolve the association, they shall immediately liquidate, which should take place within a period of 6 months, unless the members establish a distinct period for special circumstances. When the association is liquidating, they should add to the name and social register the words "in liquidation". If after the liquidation the association still has assets, the total amount, except those amounts in trusts or in foundations, shall be donated to the Mexican Red Cross of Mazatlán. The trusts and foundations will continue to operate under the direction of the bank.

Change to: The death or incapacity of one or various of the members shall not be a cause of dissolution of the association. When the terms of duration of the association is completed, if the members wish to continue normal activities of the Association it will be understood that there is an indefinite extension.  There will be no need to make any modifications in the constitution. When the members decide to dissolve the Association, they shall immediately liquidate, which should take place within a period of 6 months, unless the members establish a distinct period for special circumstances. When the association is liquidating, they should add to the name and social register the words 'In Liquidation". If after the liquidation the association still has assets, the total amount, except those amounts in trusts or in foundations, shall be donated to the Mexican Red Cross of Mazatlán. The trusts and foundations will continue to operate under the direction of the Bank.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

33rd - The board of directors, whatever the case, may name a treasurer, who will have the following duties:

 

  1. ­Be responsible for the accounting and management of the associations funds, overseen by the board of directors whatever the case.

2.    Authorize and effect payments for expenses within the budget and shall inform monthly to the board. Whatever the case the statement of accounts and finances of the association.

  1. All of the above without prejudice, of the board of directors resolves when they deem convenient. The disposition of funds should have 2 signatures, the treasurers and a board member.

 

Chapter Nine

 

Foundation

 

34th - The "Foundation Friends of Mexico" shall be formed by the committee of 7 persons:

3 Board Members, elected by the same.

3 Elected members, elected by the members, and 1 member designated by the president of the board, which shall be regulated by the statutes of the Foundation Friends of Mexico.

Change to: The Foundation Friends of Mexico shall be formed by a committee of 7 persons:

3 members of the Executive Board, appointed by the Board of Directors

4 members-at-Iarge appointed by the Executive Board, which shall be regulated by the statutes of the Foundation Friends of Mexico

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

Chapter Ten

 

Modification of the Statutes

 

35th - The modifications of these statutes shall be approved by a majority of at least 2/3 of the members during the annual meeting of the association.

Change to: The modifications of these statutes shall be approved by a majority vote of a quorum of not less than 30 members during the Annual Business Meeting of the association.

APPROVED. January 9, 2001

 

 

Special Clause

 

1st - The members constituent of the association express their decision that in this same act the first general meeting will be celebrated with the objective of electing the persons who will be called to administrate the association and resolve some questions of urgent interest.

 

2nd - The below named, in the agreement have designated the following persons that will be the board of directors of the association.

 

President: Chester Steven Tesarowski

Vice-president: Paul Kolyer

Secretary: Nancy Blakeslee

Treasurer: Jacque Demmer

Director: Helen Mc Isaac

Director: Rose Marie Price

Director: Jackie Peterson

 

3rd - The persons Chester Steven Tesarowski, Nancy Blakeslee, Paul Leroy Kolyer, Rose Marie Price, and Jackie Peterson, accept their designation and promise to be loyal and faithful in the fulfillment of their duties to they have been elected to in the act of the signature of this instrument and until the general assembly determines who should take their place.

 

The subscribed Notary I give proof that the above mentioned persons showed me the permit number 25000322, File Number 9925000318, Folio Number 467, given by the Secretary of Exterior Relations, dated the 15th of February of 1999, which gives authorization of the constitution of the Civil Association object of this Public Writing. Said Document is added and appendixes corresponding to this writing marked with the letter "B".

 

 

General Information

 

The below named persons manifest to be:

 

Paul Leroy Kolyer, American, Widower, Born in Indiana, United States of America, birthdate the 9th of January of 1925, retired, with legal status in this country with the Immigration Form Number 47352 issued by the National Immigration Institute, Regional Delegation in the State of Sinaloa, dated 10th of June 1996, and also identifies himself with his United states Passport #27753237 issued in the 4th of March of 1997.

 

Rose Marie Price, American, Originally from California, United States of America, Birth date the 17th of October of 1940, Who identifies herself with an American Passport #072416372 issued the 21st of February of 1990, with legal status in this country with a letter issued by the National Immigration Institute, Regional Delegation in Sinaloa and Durango, Regulation Stay Exp Ga 850, from the Secretary of Governation, dated the 29th of March of 1999.

 

Chester Steven Tesarowski, Canadian, married, originally from Calder, Canada, born the 23rd of November of 1935, retired, with legal status in this country with the Immigration Form Number 30979107, issued by the Secretary of Government issued the 23rd of November of 1998 and identifies himself with a Canadian Passport Number VB864721, issued the 26th of May of 1995.

 

Brenda Lynn Babbitt, North American, Single, Originally from Connecticut, United States of America, Born the 3rd of June of 1940, retired, with legal status in this country with the Immigration Form Number 47027 Issued by the National Immigration Institute, Regional Delegation in the State of Sinaloa issued the 14th of February of 1994, and identifies herself with an United States Passport Number 033744572 issued the 13th of September of 1990.

 

 

Certification

 

The Notary Certifies:

 

I.                The truth of the act.

II.            The personal knowledge and the capacity of the above mentioned persons.

III.        I informed the above named persons of the penalties of perjury in their fiscal situation.

IV.            I informed the above named persons that it is imperative to file this public record in the Registry of Public Property in this municipality.

V.                After having read the documents to the above mentioned persons and warned of their value and legal reach, they were in agreement regarding its contents and they ratified its contents and signed the day and date of union with myself the Notary who authorizes and swear.

 

 

Signed: Five Legible Signatures

 

Signed: Lic. Jorge Luis Buenrostro Felix, Notary Public and the Notary Seal.

 

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