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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Ashton & Reid on Clubs and Associations 2nd ed isbn 9781846612510

Ashton and Reid on Club Law

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ISBN13: 9780853088493
ISBN: 0853088497
New Edition ISBN: 9781846612510
Published: March 2005
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The wide variety of legal issues that can arise in the course of a club or society’s activities can often present difficulties for those advising clubs, with problems ranging from interpretation of club rules to sex and disability discrimination. Legal issues like these can span employment law, property law, taxation, company law, licensing and litigation.

Ashton and Reid on Club Law brings together these diverse strands of law to provide practical legal advice for clubs and their advisers in one convenient source. As the most comprehensive and recent guide on this subject, it will be essential reading for lawyers and barristers specialising in club law, and equally indispensable for club secretaries. The book includes up-to-date and in-depth guidance on the Licensing Act 2003, a complete set of model rules and other useful material in the appendices.

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Company Law, Licensing Law
Part 1:
The formation and dissolution of a club
The formation of a club
The clubs constitution or rules
The dissolution of a club
Part 2:
Internal relationships: the club and its members
Admission to membership
Control of the clubs affairs
Cessation and curtailment of membership
Ownership of club property
Supply and sale of alcohol by the club
Entertainment provided by the club
Gaming and lotteries run by clubs
Part 3:
External relationships: the club and third parties
Clubs civil liability to third parties
Landlord and tenant relationships
Employment of third parties
Responsibility for crime
Challenging a clubs decision
Taxation and non-domestic rates
Part 4:
Clubs as parties in civil proceedings
Involvement in civil proceedings
Appendices include
Selected statutory provisions
Model rules