Commentary

29 Alteration of the rules

CLUBS vol 7
| Commentary

29 Alteration of the rules

| Commentary

29 Alteration of the rules

The inclusion of a rule enabling the rules to be altered1 is, especially in a members’ club, of the utmost importance because in the absence of such provision no alteration may be made without the consent of all of the members2. This is because the rules form the contract between the members, and a member who joins on the basis of the rules at the time of joining would not be bound by any alteration3. In the case of a proprietary club the absence of such provision is less serious,

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