Club rules and constitution
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About this unincorporated club rules and constitution template
This is a constitution or set of rules to regulate your management of any straight forward club, society, association or other organisation that is not a registered company.
You can use it to manage a charity - remember to register it with the Charities Regulatory Authority.
If your organisation will make a profit, that money will of course be subject to tax.
Use it for any group interest. Examples are:
- sports club
- collectors' club
- enthusiast club (like a bird-watching society)
- amateur dramatic or music societies
- an intellectual pursuit
- a political organisation
It is not suitable for a co-operative society.
Template features and contents
It is a good idea to draw up a written constitution outlining the aims, activities and rules for running your group.
Of course you want to be sure that the constitution covers everything you need, but does not go over the top in an unnecessarily long document.
The document includes the following sections:
- Main objective
- Subscriptions, resignation, suspension and expulsion
- Management of the association
- Powers of the committee - what are they and who decides
- Quorum at meetings
- Voting at meetings
- How and when the rules can and will be amended
- Provisions for dissolution
The usual extensive and invaluable explanatory notes and guidance.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Irish law.
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