The APT Constitution

CONSTITUTIONS

APT first adopted a constitution in 2004, which the membership amended in 2009. In 2010, that document was superceded by a new Constitution and By-laws, adopted at the time of APT's incorporation as a not-for-profit educational association, which the membership amended in 2012. Click below to view the successive APT constitutions:

2016 - Current Constitution and By-laws
2012 - Constitution and By-laws (effective until Oct. 2016)
2010 - Constitution and By-laws at Incorporation
2009 - Amended Constitution
2004 - Original Constitution

Other Legal Documents

The Association is organized as a corporation under the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as filed in Boston on 2 March 2010 by APT's Resident Agent, Peter J. Martin of Bowditch & Dewey, LLP. The Articles of Organization are available for proper purposes to any member of the Association upon request.

The Association also has received tax exempt status as a public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the federal Internal Revenue Code. Donations to the Association are tax-deductible. Proof of the Association's tax-exempt status is available for proper purposes upon request.

Officers of the Association are subject to APT's Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Policy, which may be viewed HERE.

The Association was incorporated when the Governance Committee adopted the Association's First Consent, which may be viewed HERE.

Revised February 1, 2017

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