Commentary

35 Dealings with club property

CLUBS vol 7
| Commentary

35 Dealings with club property

| Commentary

35 Dealings with club property

Although the business of a members’ club is either conducted by the members in general meetings or delegated by them to committees in accordance with the rules, no portion of the property of the club may be alienated by the club, except in the ordinary course of the administration of its affairs and for purposes incidental to its objects, without the consent of every member1. In other respects the real property of a members’ club is subject to the general law governing the use of land2.

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