Articles and By-Laws of WEBAF

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION

of

WEBAF- World Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation Inc.

(Name of Corporation)


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

The undersigned incorporators, all of legal and majority of whom are residents of the Philippines, have this day voluntarily agreed to form a non- stock and non-profit association under the laws of the Republic of the Philippines.

THAT WE HEREBY CERTIFY:

FIRST: The name of the said association shall be: WEBAF- World Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation Inc.

SECOND: A. That the purpose or purposes for which such association is incorporated are:

  1. This Federation shall promote the interest of each member’s general welfare and benefits.
  2. To value the friendship and camaraderie’s among members and to promote fair justice to all.
  3. To avail any program initiated by the government.
  4. To acquire facilities to be use of the federation and its members.
  5. To promote the Filipino Martial Arts-Arnis, Balintawak style as cultural, martial arts and sports.
  6. To recognized Grandmasters, Masters in the field of Balintawak for a hall of Fame every once of every two years.
  7. To organized scholarship program among members of Balintawak that are least fortunate but have good knowledge in education.
  8. To collaborate any program and activities initiated by Foundations, Privatized organization and Religious group.
  9. To conduct different Arnis Tournament throughout the whole world.
  10. To conduct seminar, workshop, training activities for different institution or group.
  11. To accept any donations, support for Federation Activities and Programs.

THIRD: That the place where the principal office of the association is to be established is at:

No./Street : 11 Gov. M. Cuenco Ave. Banilad (If applicable)

City/Town : Cebu City Province : Cebu

FOURTH: That the term for which the association is to exist is fifty (50) years from and after the date of issuance of the certificate of incorporation.

FIFTH: That the names, nationalities, and residences of the incorporations of the associations are as follows:

Name Nationality Residence
Guillermo O. Taboada New Zealander 3827 Sweetgrass In. Charlot North Carolina 28226
Nicomedes A. Elizar Filipino 84-Y Cabantan St. Brgy. Luz, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Maximo C. Caballes Filipino 0729- Camagong Lahug, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Bernard A. Sepulveda Filipino 11 Gov. M. Cuenco Ave. Banilad, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Oliver Mag-uyon Filipino 8-1 Q.J Labra St., Guadalupe, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Teofilo V. Roma Filipino Basak, Mandaue City, Philippines 6000
Benjamin Jayma Filipino Bulacao, Pardo Cebu City, Philippines 6000

SIXTH: That the number of trustees of the association shall be SEVEN (7) and that the names, nationalities and residences of the first trustees of the association are as follows:

Name Nationality Residence
Guillermo O. Taboada New Zealander 3827 Sweetgrass In. Charlot North Carolina 28226
Nicomedes A. Elizar Filipino 84-Y Cabantan St. Brgy. Luz, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Maximo C. Caballes Filipino 0729- Camagong Lahug, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Bernard A. Sepulveda Filipino 11 Gov. M. Cuenco Ave. Banilad, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Oliver Mag-uyon Filipino 8-1 Q.J Labra St., Guadalupe, Cebu City, Philippines 6000
Teofilo V. Roma Filipino Basak, Mandaue City, Philippines 6000
Benjamin Jayma Filipino Bulacao, Pardo Cebu City, Philippines 6000

SEVENTH: That the capital of the association was contributed by the incorporators and directors who are also members of the association as follows:

Name Contribution
Guillermo O. Taboada P2000.00
Nicomedes A. Elizar P2000.00
Maximo C. Caballes P2000.00
Bernard A. Sepulveda P2000.00
Oliver G. Mag-uyon P2000.00
Teofilo V. Roma P2000.00
Benjamin Z. Jayma P2000.00
Total = P14,000.00

[ ] With list of additional members, certified by the Secretary under oath and marked as Annex “A”.

[ ] No list of additional members attached.

(Please check appropriate box)

EIGHT: That no part of the income which the association may obtain as an incident to its operation shall be distributed as dividends to its members, trustees or officers subject to the provisions of the Corporation Code on dissolution. Any profit obtained by the association as a result of its operation, whenever necessary or proper shall be used for the furtherance of the purposes enumerated in Article II, subject to the provision of Title XI of the Corporation Code of the Philippines.

NINTH: That Bernard A. Sepulveda has been elected by the members as Treasurer of the association to act as such until his/her successor is duly elected and qualified in accordance with the by-laws; and that as such Treasurer, he/she has been authorized to receive for and in the name and for the benefit of the association all contributions or donations paid of given by the members.

TENTH: That the incorporators undertake to change the name of the corporation immediately upon receipt of notice or directive from the Securities and Exchange Commission that another corporation, partnership or person has acquired a prior right to the use of that name of that the name has been declared as misleading, deceptive, confusingly similar to a registered name, or contrary to public morals, good customs or public policy.

ELEVENTH: That the association shall comply with the requirements for non-stock corporations in the course of its operation.

In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto signed this Articles of Incorporation, this 5th day of December, 2009 in the City/Municipality of Cebu City Province of Cebu, Philippines.

Guillermo O. Taboada TIN M054689

Nicomedes A. Elizar TIN 185-611-093

Maximo C. Caballes TIN 118-835-571

Bernard A. Sepulveda TIN 08-511-196

Oliver G. Mag-uyon TIN 356-947

Benjamin Jayma Z. TIN 191-720-320

Teofilo V. Roma TIN 12-050043684-6

WITNESSES:

Joshua Rosas Emilio Cuevas

(All incorporators appearing on the fifth article and the two witnesses should affix their signatures on the blanks provided in this page above their respective names.)

(Non-Stock)

BY-LAWS

OF

WEBAF-World Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation Inc.

(Name of Corporation)

ARTICLE I

MEETINGS

Section 1. Annual Meetings- The annual meetings of the members shall be held at the principal office of the association on November 6 of each year. The President shall render his annual report to the members regarding the activities of the association. The election directors shall also be held during this regular meeting.

Section 2. Special Meetings- Special meetings of the members shall be called as the need thereof arises, by the Board of Trustees or the President or upon petition of 1/3 of the general membership.

Section 3. Notices- Notices of the time and place of annual, and special meetings of the members shall be given either personally or by special delivery mail, at least two (2) weeks before the date set for such meeting. The notice of every meeting shall state briefly the purpose or purposes of the meeting.

Section 4. A quorum for any meeting of the members shall consist of a majority of the members and a majority of such quorum may decide any question at the meeting, except those matters where the Corporations Code requires the affirmative vote of a greater proportion.

Section 5. Order of Business- The order of business at the business of annual meeting of the meeting of the members shall be as follows:

  1. Proof of service of the required notice of the meeting.
  2. Proof of the presence of a quorum.
  3. Reading and approval of the minutes of the previous meeting.
  4. Unfinished business.
  5. Report of the President.
  6. Election of the Trustees for the ensuing year.
  7. Other matters.

Section 6. Voting Proxy- Each member shall be entitled to one vote, and he may vote either in person or by proxy which shall be in writing and filed with the Secretary of the association before the scheduled meeting.

ARTICLE II

TRUSTEES

Section 1. Board of Trustees- The corporate powers of the association shall be exercised, its business conducted and its property controlled by the Board of Trustees.

Section 2. Qualifications- The trustees to be elected must be of legal age and members of the association.

Section 3. Disqualification of Trustees or Officers- No members convicted by final judgment of an offense punishable by imprisonment for a period exceeding six(6) years, or a violation of the Corporation Code of the Philippines committed within five(5) years prior to the date of his election or appointment, shall qualify as a trustee or officer.

Section 4. Term of Office of Trustees- The trustees shall hold office for one year and until their successors are duly elected and qualified.

ARTICLE III

OFFICERS

Section 1. Officer- The officers of the association shall be a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. They shall be elected by the board of Trustees from among themselves. The Board may combine compatible offices in a single person.

Section 2. Term of Office of Officers- All officers of the association shall hold office for one year and until their successors are duly elected and qualified.

ARTICLE IV

FUNCTIONS & POWER OF OFFICERS

Section 1. President- The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the association. He shall preside in all meetings of the members of the association and the board of trustees.

He shall execute all resolutions of the Board of Trustees. He shall be charges with the directing and overseeing the activities of the association. He shall submit to the Board as soon as possible after the close of each fiscal year, and to the members of each annual meeting, a complete report of the activities and operations of the association for the fiscal year under his term.

Section 2. Vice-President- The Vice-President, if qualified, shall exercise all powers and perform all duties of the President during the absence or incapacity of the latter and shall perform duties that maybe assigned by the Board of Trustees.

Section 3. Secretary- The Secretary shall give all notices required by these by-laws and keep the minutes of all meetings of the members and of the Board of Trustees in a book kept for the purpose. He shall keep the seal of the association and affix such seal to any paper or instrument requiring the same. He shall have custody of the members register and the correspondence files of the association. He shall also perform all such other duties and work as the Board of Trustees may from time to time assign to him.

Section 4. Treasurer- The Treasurer shall have charge of the funds, receipts and disbursements of the association. He shall keep all moneys and other valuables of the association in such banks as the Board of Trustees may designate. He shall keep and have charge of the books of accounts. He shall also perform such other duties and functions as may be assigned to him from time to time by the Board of Trustees. He shall post a bond in such amount as may fixed by the Board of Trustees.

ARTICLE V

MEMBERS

Section 1. Qualifications for Membership- The board shall determine the qualifications of an applicant for membership.

Section 2. Rights of Members- A member shall have the following rights:

  1. To exercise the right to vote on all matters relating to the affairs of the association;
  2. To be eligible to any elective or appointive office of the association.
  3. To participate in all deliberations/meetings of the association;
  4. To avail of all the facilities of the association.
  5. To examine all the records or books of the association during business hours.

Section 3. Duties and Responsibilities of the Members- A member shall have the following duties and responsibilities.

    1. To obey and comply with the by-laws, rules and regulations that may be promulgated by the association from time to time;
    2. To attend all the meetings of the association;
    3. To pay membership dues and other assessments of the association.

ARTICLE VI

SUSPENSION,EXPULSION AND TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP

Suspension, expulsion and termination of membership, shall be in accordance with the rules and regulations of the association.

Any member of the association may file charges against a member by filing a written complaint with the Secretary of the association. The Board of Trustees shall call a special meeting to consider the charges. The affirmative vote of majority of all the trustees shall be necessary to suspend a member; Provided that where the penalty is expulsion, the affirmative vote of majority of all the members of the association shall be necessary.

ARTICLE VII

FUND

Section 1. Funds- The funds of the association shall be derived from admission fees, annual dues and special assessments of members, gifts, or donations.

Section 2. Disbursements- Withdrawal from the funds of the association, whether by check or any other instrument shall be signed by the Treasurer and countersigned by the President. If necessary, the Board of Trustees may designate other signatories.

Section 3. Fiscal Year- The fiscal year of the association shall be from January 1st to December 31 of each year.

ARTICLE VIII

CORPORATE SEAL

Section 1. Form- The corporate seal of the association shall be in such form and design as may be determined by the Board.

ARTICLE IX

AMENDMENTS OF THE BY-LAWS

Section 1. Amendments- These by-laws, or any provision thereof, may be amended or repealed by a majority vote of the members and by a majority vote of the Trustees at any regular or special meeting duly held for the purpose.

Adopted this 5th day of December, 2009 in 11 Gov. M. Cuenco, Ave. Banilad Cebu City by the affirmative vote of the undersigned members representing a majority of the members of the association in a special meeting duly held for the purpose.

(Note : 1. If filed with Articles of the Incorporation, these by-laws should be signed by all incorporators;

2. If filed after incorporation, should be signed by majority of the members and should submit Board of Trustees certificate for the adoption of the by-laws)

Guillermo O. Taboada TIN M054689

Nicomedes A. Elizar TIN 185-611-093

Maximo C. Caballes TIN 118-835-571

Bernard A. Sepulveda TIN 08-511-196

Oliver G. Mag-uyon TIN 356-947

Benjamin Jayma Z. TIN 191-720-320

Teofilo V. Roma TIN 12-050043684-6

December 10, 2009

Date

 

The Securities and Exchange Commission

SEC Bldg. EDSA. Greenhills

Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila

 

Sir/Madam:

This is to confirm that all corrections in the Articles of Incorporation of WEBAF-Word Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation, Inc.

Name of Corporation)

We made prior to notarization and were made with the full knowledge and consent of all the incorporators.

I, the undersigned incorporator hereby undertake full responsibility for corrections made, particularly on Articles of Corporation.

Very truly yours,

Maximo C. Caballes

(Name)

0729 Camagong, Lahug, Cebu City

(Address)

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 10th day of December, 2009, affiant exhibiting to me his/her Community Cert. No 21203259 issued on April 15, 2009 at Cebu City.

Doc. No. 38;

Page No. 09;

Book No. XXXIII;

Series of 2009.

WEBAF INC. CORE VALUES

1. Respect- We practice of No One is Who, and Who in the Group.

2. Honesty- We practice Honest to God and one Self.

3. Loyalty- We are always loyal to God and our WEBAF Inc.

4. Camaraderie- We live together in spirit of love, harmony with dignity of the human person.

5. Innovation- We embrace CHANGE and PROGRESS in every live for Advancement and Improvement.

6. Excellence- We are driven and committed to become the finest FMA in all aspect of life.

CODE OF DISCIPLINE

The Good name of World Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation Inc. rests on the officers and members of the Federation. It is therefore a must that officers and members observes appropriate behavior which shows that they are WEBAF Inc. officer and member worthy in the citizen of the world.

RIGHTS OF MEMBERS

The following right of every members of WEBAF Inc. is guaranteed by the present officers are protected by this code:

1. The right to be recognized as a person with identity and to be treated as such. (RESPECT)

2. The right to express one’s ideas, words of communication with rules of courtesy and decorum. (KNOWLEDGE)

3. The right to enjoy the fruits of one’s own honest accomplishments. (AWARDS or RECOGNITION or HALL of FAME.

4. The right to express remedy and grievance over the conference table and through the proper challenged communications (FREEDOM of SPEECH)

5. The right to be informed of the policies rules and regulation of WEBAF Inc. for an Martial Arts and Sports or RECOGNITION with equal protection thereof.

6. The right to be informed of the charges or accusations against oneself and to have a fair hearing.

DUE PROCESS

WEBAF Inc. officers and members have fair hearing rights to due process, in any Disciplinary case of cases lodged against him/her. The following procedures exist to safeguard a complaint.

1. Any complaint against anybody within WEBAF Inc. must put into writings and address to the head of the DPC Committee. (DPC-means Due Process Committee)

2. Complaint must state the name, club or chapter, position, address then the nature and description of the offense. All materials that can be used as evidence in the case must be submitted and surrendered to DPC office.

3. DPC Officers are compose of Grandmasters and selected Masters duly approved by the Board of WEBAF Inc. They will record the complaint and schedule for Hearing Inquiry, then analyze the presentation and render recommendation/decision regarding the case to the Board of Directors of WEBAF Inc.

4. DPC Officers duly inform the complaint and respondent for the decision with the WEBAF Inc. Boarding Director and applies the sanction based on the code of discipline of WEBAF Inc.

5. The respondent may appeal for consideration of the case to the Board of Directors of WEBAF Inc. The appeal shall be acted promptly.

WEBAF INC. TYPES OF OFFENSES:

A. VERY SERIOUS OFFENSES

These are acts that do greatest damage to one’s person, honor and dignity as human being and to the WEBAF Inc. Community.

1. DRUG ABUSE – Using, Pushing of any prohibited drugs or substance.

2. STEALING – PICKPOCKETING, SHOPLIFTING, HOLD-UP and SNATCHING where the name of WEBAF Inc. put into great embarrassment.

3. ANY DANGEROUS OR DEADLY WEAPONS, EXPLOSIVE BANNED BY POLICE REGULATIONS

4. FALSIFICATION of any WEBAF Inc. documents or records.

5. HODLIGANISM- Acts of Vandalism and violence in public places)

6. EXTORTION

7. SEXUAL MISCONDUCT in the group or out of WEBAF Inc.

B. SERIOUS OFFENSES

      1. Possession of Pornographic Materials
      2. THREATENING ONE’S LIFE
      3. Gross disrespect to WEBAF Inc. Officer as a person in Authority.
      4. Writing Vulgar, indecent and weird words an one’s property or the property of the others
      5. Forgery of the signature of WEBAF Inc. Offices
      6. FIGHTING

WEBAF INC. SANCTIONS

Objectives: The following are the WEBAF Inc. objectives for the imposition of SANCTIONS for violation of the Rules and Regulation of WEBAF Inc.

      1. To realize the VISION, MISSION, and GOALS of the WEBAF Inc.
      2. To teach the ideals of RESPECT, HONESTY, LOYALTY and of JUSTICE for the Law and Authority
      3. To inculcate in the mind of each members and officers the importance of DISCIPLINE.
      4. To make each officers and members of WEBAF Inc that every violations of the Rules and Regulations have NEGATIVE consequences.
      5. To protect the name and dignity of WEBAF Inc. its Officers and Member specially the person from the corrupting influences of the Law Breaker.

A. VERY SERIOUS OFFENSES- Expulsion is an extreme form of administrative sanction of WEBAF Inc. to the Law Breaker.

B. SERIOUS OFFENSES– The penalty for commission of any of the serious offenses range frame fifteen (15) to sixty (60) days suspension from any Activities of WEBAF Inc.

WEBAF INC. INFORMATION SERVICE:

  1. Orientation Program of WEBAF Inc.
  2. WEBAF Inc. Scholarship Program

2.1 Elementary 2.4 Post-Graduate

2.2 High School 2.5 Doctorals

2.3 College 2.6 Lawyers etc.

3. HONORING THE HALL OF FAME

4. Counseling Service

4.1 Individual Counseling

4.2 Group Counseling

5. Personality Development Seminar

6. Values Formation Seminar

7. Balintawak History to WEBAF Inc.

8. Balintawak Basic Training

8.1 One-on-One

8.2 Group Training Program

9. SEMI-ADVANCE BALINTAWAK TRAINING PROGRAM

9.1 One-on-one

9.2 Group Training Program

10. ADVANCE TRAINING PROGRAM OF BALINTAWAK

10.1 One-on-one

10.2 Group Training Program

11. SEMINAR WORKHOP

12. SPORTS

12.1 Agak Tournament

12.1.1 Group C-Elementary

12.1.2 Group B-H.S

12.1.3 Group A-College

12.1.4 Open

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

We would like to thank all Balintawak Group who have, without hesitation, supported this challenge in making the World Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation Inc. (WEBAF Inc.) with a purpose to mold a good and better leaders someday for the world. These activities will become a tribute and honor to our late Great Grandmaster Venancio “Anciong” Bacon, Grandmaster Delfin Lopez, GM. Mongcal of Cagayan, GM Bardelas of Mambaling a boxer, GM. Faustino “Tinong” Ybañez, GM Vicente Inting Atillo, GM Alfredo “Pedong” Ouano, GM Pedro “Pedring” Sunggahid, Atty. Jose Villasin-Grandmaster, Grandmaster Teofilo Velez and GM Temoteo “Temot” Maranga from Pasil, Cebu City, all late Grandmaster, Masters and Balintawak practitioners and all living legend in making this WEBAF Inc.

In BAlintawak from all levels of Training Program believed of NO FOUL BLOW/S from Punching, Elbowing, Heading, Tripping, Kicking, Pushing, Pulling, Grabbing, Trapping, butting and even Spitting to distract the opponent all are conceivable attack and it is allowed just to protect yourself. BUT, today in WEBAF Inc. let us make a new dream with a new HOPE FOR Peace to all Balintawak Family for our future generation and the whole world. Let us serve one another for the Glory of our God.

May the Good Lord bless us all!

WEBAF Inc. – World Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation Inc.

The Game : Traditional Kata – No Sound

Non-Traditional Kata – with Sound

Single Weapon = Solo Performer

Single Weapon = 5 Players (Synchronized)

Double Weapon = Solo Performer

Double Weapon = 5 Players (Synchronized)

PARTICIPANTS:

A.) Elementary : Grades 1 to 3 – Boys and Girls

Grades 4 to 6 – Boys and Girls

B.) High School : 1st and 2nd Years – Boys and Girls

3rd and 4th Years – Boys and Girls

C.) College : Open – Men and Women

D.) Out-of-School Youth : Open – Men and Women

E.) Inter Club and Country : Open – Men and Women

Boys and Girls

CHAPTER I: FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT

Rules of the Game

1.0 Competition Area

Shall refer to the area by which the conduct of the competition shall be set or held with the free zone around it.

1.1 Dimensions

The competition area is a square measuring 8.0 meters by 8.0 meters with a one (1) meter minimum free zone around it. Free from any obstruction from height to playing surface.

1.2 Lines of the Playing Area

All lines of the playing surface or 1 ½ inch and must be of different color from that of the floor.

1.3 Score

This standard shall describe the procedures of Balintawak practices and proper conduct of all Traditional and Non-Tradition Kata formation.

1.4 Game Characteristics

Traditional and Non-Traditional Kata demonstration must be artistic, choreographed, pre-arranged sets of movement from defensive techniques to offensive using a stick, wooden replica or metallic replica of a bladed weapon (unbladed-dull).

The competition shall be one (1) round of Kata performance with time limie from 2 minutes to 3 minutes as maximum time limit.

The Kata competitions will be raked based on the scores awarded by the judges.

1.5 Entry Line

The Boundary line which is farthest to the judges area shall serve as the Entry Line.

1.6 Entrance of the Competitors

Before the presentation starts, players must enter thru the entry line.

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1.7 Equipment

Shall mean the materials or accessories that are used in the conduct of the competitions.

17.1 Weapon

a) Wooden/Rattan Sticks

b.) Wooden Replica of a Bladed Weapon

c.) Metallic Unbladed (dull) Replica of a Bladed Weapon

The measurement of Weapon must be 21 inches and not more than 32 inches in full length. It must be an ethnic Balintawak Filipino in origin.

1.8 Flags

Two sets of Black and White Flag size 30.0 cm x 25.0 cm for corner official in declaring violations

1.8.1 Black Flag for LAG-LAG or Loss of Gripping or Stick out of the Hand

1.8.2 White Flag for stepping on the Boundary Lines

1.8.3 Yellow for Timer

1.9 Score Board / Tally Board

A green board or white board for Recording the Actual Scores from the judges

2.0 Stop Clock or Stop Watch

To keep track of the time of each competitors.

2.1 Hand Signal Scoring System

The judges must use their hand in giving the award or scores in every competitors with the interval of .5 as Symbol of X. The scoring must start 6 as the lowest in competition. The highest is 10 as perfect score.

CHAPTER 2: THE CONDUCT OF COMPETITION

2.1 Courtesy-Respect/Salutation from the start of the presentation and the end of the performance.

2.2 The 3 Judges or 5 Judges during the competition

2.3 The Judges shall base their scores from the following:

2.3.1 Balintawak Origin and Movement

2.3.2 Artistic Execution and Coordination means the balance of action, steps, stance and Body movements with graceful, relived martial arts performance.

2.3.3 Stage Presence and Bearing

The attitude, poise and posture of the performer/s during the performance

2.3.4 Degree of Difficulty and Creativity of Performance

The execution of martial art techniques of the whole performance using the Balintawak Techniques

CHAPTER 3 – PENALTIES AND VIOLATIONS

Contestants are given penalties for any violation of the competition rules and regulations.

3.1 Violation of Time Limit

3.1.1 Less than 2 minutes and more than 3 minutes a contestant shall be given a 2 points deduction.

3.2 Salutation (Saludo)

Contestant who fails to make official salutation from start and even at end of the performance shall be given a deduction of two (2) points.

3.3 Stepping or Out of the Court

Shall cause the performance a deduction of two (2) points per violation.

3.4 Contestants who accidentally loses a grip of the weapon or disarm shall be given a deduction of five (5) points.

3.5 Any Violation from the Team, participants and delegation officials should have the corresponding penalties.

3.5.1 First Offense – Warning

3.5.2 Second Offense – Deduction of 5 points on the player/team

3.5.3 Third and Succeeding Offenses – Disqualification of Participant/Team

3.6 Disqualification

Contestant/s is disqualified based on the following conditions:

3.6.1 Submission of any falsified documents shall mean a disqualification on the player/team involved.

3.6.2 Any disruptive action or behavior of the player and/or his teammate, coach and any other delegation officials which breaks the spirit of the sport should mean a disqualification on the players.

3.7 Forfeiture

The contestant/s who forfeits the game automatically loses in that particular event. Decision must be forwarded to TECHNICAL COMMITTEE.

3.8 Default

After three (3) times of official calls from the Announcer or Table Officials and a contestant/s does not affair or present himself/themselves shall automatically forfeit the game. The official table shall give a remark of DEFAULT with the confirmation by the Technical Committee.

3.9 Complaints or Protests

Any complaints or protest must be put into writing with print name from the coach duly noted by the Head of the Delegation with a BOND of P 5,000.00 or $100 and the letter complaints or protest must be submitted to the Technical Committee for Decision.

3.9.1 If complainant or protester win their complaint they claim their BOND money back but if they lose it, then BOND money will go to Technical Committee for projects of WEBAF Inc.

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION

OF

WEBAF- World Eskrima Balintawak Arnis Federation Inc.

(Name of Corporation)

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

The undersigned incorporators, all of legal and majority of whom are residents of the Philippines, have this day voluntarily agreed to form a non- stock and non-profit association under the laws of the Republic of the Philippines.

THAT WE HEREBY CERTIFY:

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