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2.9 Asset Protection: UUA Governance Manual

The President shall not allow the Association’s tangible, intangible, and intellectual assets to be exposed to undue risk.

Further, without limiting the scope of the foregoing by this enumeration, the President shall not:

  1. Unnecessarily expose the Association’s tangible and intangible assets to loss or damage by theft, embezzlement or other financial fraud, casualty, lack of maintenance, or other cause.
  2. Allow the Association to be unprepared to respond to disasters and other crises.
  3. Unnecessarily expose the Association, or its Board, volunteers, or staff, to claims of liability.
  4. Unnecessarily expose the Association’s intellectual property, information, and files to loss, damage, premature destruction, or improper disclosure.
  5. Jeopardize the formation of Unitarian Universalist identity within our professional ranks. Furthermore the President shall not:
     
    1. Jeopardize right relationship with Meadville Lombard Theological School and Starr King School for the Ministry.
    2. Jeopardize the historic relationship between the UUA and Harvard Divinity School.

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Last updated on Tuesday, January 21, 2014.

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