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Agenda

May 8, 2015

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Agenda for Unity International, Inc.’s

First Official Meeting After Administrative

Dissolution Due to the Failures of Unity’s Previous Board

 

Date of Meeting:    Friday, May 8, 2015      Time:   6:30 p.m. (all others, at 6:00 p.m.)  

 

Place:                       Shoney’s Restaurant

                                  1490 Chestnut Street Orangeburg, SC 29115 • 803-533-1737 

 

I.          Opening Statements:

 

            1.         This meeting, that has been authorized by Unity’s President, Dorothy P. Snider aka, Dorothy P. Waymer, aka, Dorothy Pimble, aka, Dorothy Waymer (hereafter also called the President) was called to pass resolutions that will direct  activities to re-establish Unity International, Inc., (hereafter also called UII) as a Certified Corporation in good standing in the State of South Carolina and in the United States of America. {Click here for Robert's Rules Of Order}

 

            2.         This meeting will also establish the parameters and framework that will guide UII’s future activities; as well as, the governing philosophy by which UII intends to re-establish itself as a significant force for the acquisition of real estate, franchises, businesses that are not franchises and/or any and all viable and lawful income producing asset/s and/or properties that shall be acquired to benefit UII, its Board of Directors, UII’s General Partners, Affiliates and/or Shareholders, their families and/or any other person/s and/or entity/ies designated and approved by the President. Since there is no active Board as of the date of this meeting, the President’s decision/s are binding on UII and any present and/or future members of UII’s Board of Directors.

 

            3.         Based solely on the available evidence, documents, eyewitness testimony and not on any hearsay and/or rumors; as well as, the absence of any contradicting documentation, affidavits and/or declarations pursuant to 28 U.S. Code 1746, the President came to the firm conviction that UII was not dissolved under the renegade administration of former CEO, Dr. Clarence Joyner, pursuant to 33-14-102, 33-14-103 & 33-14-105 SC Code of Laws. Additional evidence was also obtained from the website that is operated by South Carolina’s Office of the Secretary of State.  {See Documents A & B}

 

            4.         Therefore, in her lawful capacity as UII’s duly elected President, Dorothy P. Snider, aka, Dorothy P. Waymer, aka, Dorothy Pimble, aka, Dorothy Waymer is proceeding on the grounds that UII’s dissolution was administrative in nature pursuant to 33-14-200 and  33-14-210 SC Code of Laws.  South Carolina’s Secretary of State can administratively dissolve a corporation due to non-payment of taxes, licensing fees and a failure to submit annual reports as required by South Carolina law. {See 12-20-10, 12-20-20 & 12-20-30 SC Code of Laws}

 

            5.         Accordingly and pursuant to South Carolina law, the President will approve resolutions at this meeting to reinstate UII under the laws of the State of South Carolina and direct the payment of any unpaid taxes; authorize complete cooperation with South Carolina’s Secretary of State and/or Tax Commission and will follow instructions from any other authorized  agency that will help her achieve her objective of  re-establishing UII as a viable corporation.

         

II.        Agenda.

 

            6.         To accomplish stated objectives, resolutions will be approved at this meeting for the following items;

 

A.        To re-establish Unity’s official inception date as February 20, 1996.

 

B.        For President Dorothy Waymer to assume the responsibilities of Unity’s 

CEO.

 

C.        To officially establish Edward C. Graham as Vice President.

 

D.        To officially establish George M. Sistrunk as adviser to the President and Vice President.

 

E.        To officially authorize Edward C. Graham, Otis Harrison, in absentia, and George M. Sistrunk, to take any and all necessary steps, to initiate any and all lawful activity and/or procedures, to contact any state agency and/or federal agency for the expressed purpose of re-establishing Unity International, Inc., as a viable corporation. This authorization is without limits until a Board is re-established.  Activity reports shall be provided on a timely basis to the President for review and/or approval.

 

F.         To officially welcome Carl X. Wright back as Unity’s Financial Officer, Carolyn Stroman back as a Board Member in good standing and will return Lillian Green back to her former position as Corporate Secretary and a Board Member in good standing, subject to her acceptance.

 

G.        To officially establish all documents currently in the possession of Edward C. Graham, George M. Sistrunk, Carl X. Wright, Carolyn Stroman, Lillian Green, Otis Harrison and any paid Shareholder and/or General Partner with Unity’s letterhead and/or logo as official documents of Unity Interna-tional, Inc., without numeration. Without numeration simply means they do not have to marked as exhibits.

 

H.        To officially accept all reports authorized by then acting Vice President, Edward C. Graham as reports done for Unity, Inc., for the expressed purposes of re-establishing Unity as a viable corporation and background information necessary for Unity’s future direction as a corporate entity.

 

I.          To officially accept the items on the Agenda of acting Vice President - Edward C. Graham, now officially, Vice President, Edward C. Graham as an Agenda of Items for consideration and resolution.

 

J.         To officially remove Clarence Joyner as CEO, in absentia, Willie B. Owens and William H. Wilson as Board Members, in absentia, and if seen or contacted, they are to return any Unity documents in their possession, upon request, and within a reasonable period of time.  Otherwise, they will be sued, if necessary, to have Unity records returned to the President.

 

K.        To officially re-establish the shares of Unity, Inc., at 100,000, the number at its inception, – minus any transitions from General Partner to shareholder pursuant to Unity’s Articles of Incorporation and General Partner Agreement with a ledger value of $500.00 per share. Therefore, Unity’s current value; assuming reinstatement by the Secretary of State of South Carolina is $50,000,000.00 (Fifty million dollars USD) [USD means United States Denomination]

 

L.        To officially re-establish, the Board’s controlling non-transitioned shares at 51% or 51,000 shares and shares available for transitioning from General Partner and/or Affiliate to a shareholder at 49% or 49,000 shares. All transitioned shares and shares that have not been transitioned still have one vote per share.

 

M.       To officially re-establish for the record, that since February 20, 1996, Unity, Inc., does not, did not, has not, cannot and will not offer shares to the general public for sale and/or advertise its shares for sale to the general public in any newspaper and/or information media, that includes, but is not limited to newspapers, magazines, publications of any kind, handouts, brochures and/or any broadcast and/or electronic media.  Unity’s shares are not for sale, nor can they be sold or resold.

 

N.        To officially re-establish for the record, that since February 20, 1996, and pursuant to Unity’s General Partner Agreement, Unity, Inc.’s, shares are only available to an individual and/or entity that agreed to participate in Unity’s franchise acquisition program as a General Partner. An ownership interest in any and all franchises Unity acquired was set at $500.00, plus a $75.00 administration fee and a $25.00 processing fee. The evidence and proof of a General Partner’s ownership interest in any Unity owned franchise was and still is a stock share issued by Unity International, Inc., and signed by the President, Dorothy P. Snider. As established, upon receiving the share of stock, the General Partner was immediately transitioned to a shareholder of Unity Inc., with all the rights and privileges he/she had as a General Partner before the transition to shareholder.

 

O.        To officially re-establish for the record, that since February 20, 1996, and pursuant to Unity’s General Partner Agreement, once an individual successfully transitioned to shareholder, he/she was afforded all the legal rights and protection under the laws of the State of South Carolina and the United States of America that governed the responsibility of a Board of Directors to its shareholders.

 

P.         To officially re-establish for the record, that since February 20, 1996, Unity’s profits, when profits are available, are paid at 5% per share on the ledger value of $500.00 per share that was subject to change based on economic reality.

 

            7.         Motions for Items relative to Officers that need Approval and Resolutions.

 

A.        That the President’s 10,000 controlling non transitional shares, with a voting value of 10,000 votes, at the ledger value of $500.00 per share for services rendered to Unity be entered into the ledger book and back dated to August 1, 1996. As of August 1, 1996, the last recorded dated of ledger entries, the President’s shares were not recorded in Unity’s computer files or ledger book.  This oversight and neglect should be corrected immediately.

 

B.        That Edward C. Graham, as Vice President, controlling non transitional shares be increased from 10, to 5,000 for services rendered to Unity with a voting value of 5,000 votes, at the ledger value of $500.00 per share and this increase be entered into the ledger book.  As of August 1, 1996, Edward C. Graham was only awarded 10 shares by the Board for services rendered and it was entered into the ledger book on August 1, 1996.

 

C.        That George M. Sistrunk, as adviser to the President and Vice President controlling non transitional shares be increased from 5,000 to 8,000 for services rendered to Unity with a voting value of 8,000 votes, at the ledger value of $500.00 per share and this increase be entered into the ledger book.  As of March 26, 1996, George M. Sistrunk was awarded 5,000 shares by the Board for services rendered and it was entered into the ledger book on March 26, 1996.

 

D.        That Otis Harrison’s controlling non transitional shares remain at 1 share for services rendered to Unity with a voting value of 1 vote, at the ledger value of $500.00 per share.  As of July 23, 1996, Otis Harrison was awarded 1 share by the Board for services rendered and it was entered into the ledger book on July 23, 1996.

 

E.        That the remaining 27,999 controlling non transitional shares be made available to Board Members that earn them by rendering services to Unity and such shares and their ledger value shall be awarded by the Board, by majority vote.

 

F.         That, let the record show that as of August 1, 1996, there are no ledger entries for non transitional shares for the following individuals:

 

          1.   Dr. Clarence Joyner        7. Carolyn Stroman

          2.   Willie B. Owens               8.  Dorothy P. Snider

          3.   Lillian Green

          4.   William Wilson

          5.   Carl X. Wright

          6.   Virgin Johnson

 

            8.         Motion for Items relative to General Partners and/or Affiliates and/or Share-holders that need Approval and Resolutions.

 

A.        That, the President authorize the Vice President to investigate the status of all shareholders that have been validated in the ledger records to determine conclusively the following:

 

            1.          Whether or not the shareholder is living or dead... and

            2.         Whether or not shares were properly signed by the President or improperly signed by Dr. Clarence Joyner.

 

B.        That all improperly signed shares be declared invalid by order of the President, because the signing was and still is a violation of Unity’s Articles of Incorporation that mandates all shares be signed by the President.

 

C.        That all improperly signed shares be replaced at the earliest possible date by shares signed by the President, pursuant to Unity’s Articles of Incorporation and full value be restored to the shareholder in accordance with Unity’s ledger value of $500.00 per share with 1 vote per share.

 

D.        That once restored to their proper value, pursuant to Unity’s Agreements, and ledger value of $500.00 per share, that the 5% profit payout per share, when and if profits are available for distribution, also be restored to the shareholder.

 

E.        That the $37.50 finder’s fee be re-instated as soon as Unity is fully operational and restored to good standing in South Carolina. The Finder’s Fee was the Administration Fee.

 

F.         That the President authorize the Adviser to the President and Vice President to research and investigate the wisdom of keeping the Administration Fee that was $75.00 in 1996 and the $25.00 Processing Fee at levels they were at in 1996.  The reason:  Time and economic might necessitate an increase.

 

G.        That the President authorize the Adviser to the President and Vice President to research and investigate the wisdom of keeping the profit payout at the 1996 level of 5% or $25.00 per share.  Time and economic circumstances might necessitate lowering the profit payout to an amount that is more indicative of America’s current economic state.

 

H.        That the President authorize the Adviser to the President and Vice President to research and investigate changes to the Securities Laws that were passed in 2010 for their possible impact on Unity’s goals and objectives.

 

I.          That President sign a Resolution that is to be drafted by the Advisor to the President that under no circumstances will a Board Member, the President, Vice President, Adviser to the President or any Unity Officer or official use non transitional shares with their high number of votes, to vote against or for the wishes and/or a majority vote of Unity’s shareholders. Unity’s corporate vote is one. The majority vote of the shareholders is final, with deference to NO votes.

 

            9.         Motion for Items relative to Unity Incorporated that need Approval and Resolutions.

 

A.        That, the President authorize the Vice President to investigate local banks to determine what is required to reopen Unity’s corporate banking account.

 

B.        That, the President authorize the Vice President to investigate what is required to re-instate Unity under South Carolina Law.

 

C.        That, the President authorize the Vice President to investigate how much are Unity’s back taxes.

 

D.        That, the President authorize the Vice President to investigate 1301 Russell Street (S & H Kress Building) and 1305 Russell Street for Unity’s future office.

 

E.        That, the President authorize the Vice President to investigate the whereabouts of Otis Harrison because he has a voting share as an Accommodating Director and file a report or update by phone ASAP.

 

            10.       Motion for Items relative to the Vice President’s Agenda.

 

            11.       Motion to open the floor to discuss and settle Old Business.

 

12.       Motion to open the floor to discuss New Business.

 

13.       Motion to accept the signed and/or initialed Agenda Items as reference documents and as the final decisions of the President in lieu of any signed Resolution/s.

 

14.       Closing remarks and adjournment.

Even though written by George M. Sistrunk, by Virtue of her Intials and until Unity is officially re-established, this Agenda is the Property of Unity International, Inc..

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