1.      The Society for Experimental Prehistoric Archaeology (hereafter referred to as the Society) operating at the Institute of Archeology, NCU in Toruń, was established in accordance with the regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 1 X 1988 with the approval of the Rector of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

2.      The Society is a form of scientific – practical – research activity of students and academics.

3.      The aim of the Society is an attempt of experimental reconstruction of certain fields related to life and culture of primeval societies.

4.      Candidates for the members of the Society may be all the interested, particularly students of archeology, geography, biology, history, chemistry, as well as people with scientific degrees. About the membership in the Society decides the common voting of the members of the Society. An opportunity to join the rightful members is given on the basis of evaluation of activity of the members of the Society in the works of the Society (after three months).

5.      Members of the Society gather at a request of the Board, with a minimum of one week in advance – every time, but not less than two times a month (except summer holidays from VII to IX inclusive). 6.      The Societys decisions are made in the form of resolutions adopted by the common majority of votes except the resolution on liquidation of the Society, changes in the regulations and change of financial contributions, which have to be adopted with 60% majority in votes, in the presence of at least 60% of the members (rightful ones).

7.      The ruling body of the whole of the Society’s matters is its Board.

8.      The Board consists of three people appointed with their approval during a Society’s meeting from among its members. The term of office of the Board is one calendar year.

9.      The President is elected with the majority of votes, other functions the Boards assigns among themselves.

10.  The Board can be dismissed with the majority of votes.

11.  The Society is liquidated on the basis of a resolution of the members of the Society or a decision of Rector in accordance with law (DU Nr 65 z 27.09.1990 r. Poz. 385 art. 159 ust. 5).

12.  The statutory funds of the Society for Experimental Prehistoric Archaeology include the contributions of the members of the Society and grants intended directly for the Society’s activity. The allocation of statutory funds in particular projects is subject to common voting. In cases of dispute, the Opinionating Body (consisting of a Supervisor and the Board of the Society) constitutes the 1/3 of the votes.

13.  Cases of dispute beyond the scope of Regulations are regulated by the rightful members of the Society in voting of the majority of the present.