Commentary

1 Nature of clubs

CLUBS vol 7
| Commentary

1 Nature of clubs

| Commentary

Commentary

A: FORMATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CLUBS

1: FORMATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CLUBS: GENERAL

1 Nature of clubs

With some exceptions (in the cases of, for example, some proprietary clubs1 and investment clubs2) the term ‘club’ is generally used to describe an association of individuals who are drawn together by some common interest or purpose other than the acquisition of gain or other mutual advantage directly associated with the acquisition of gain3. Clubs usually display certain attributes such as free choice (and this involves a power of exclusion), corporate identity and permanence. It is the

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