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The term unincorporated association covers such diverse organisations as sports clubs, political parties, self-help groups and community associations. Jean Warburton's book is a concise accessible guide to the law as it most frequently affects such groups.
The book contains practical and clear discussion of those areas of law vital to the smooth running of an unincorporated association including funding, the holding of property, rates and taxes, and the rights and liabilities of members.
Of particular note is a full discussion of the extent to which decisions of associations can be challenged by members-and non-members affected by those decisions. The practical nature of the book is emphasised by the inclusion of several precedents for the formation of an association and the establishment of rules and objects.
The book is a manual for solicitors who require an overall view of the law in this area, as well as for those involved in the adminis tration of associations. Its format and approach will make it an invaluable guide in everyday problem solving.