Club, Latest, Legal / 26.02.2017
An unincorporated club is one that is not a corporate body, i.e. it is not a limited company or an Industrial and Provident Society. The vast majority of clubs are unincorporated associations, run by a committee and governed by an agreed constitution. Clubs that are unincorporated associations do not exist in law and therefore cannot sign contracts. If an unincorporated association does sign a contract, the contract will be legally valid and it will actually be the members of the committee who will have signed the contract and will be bound by contract law as to the outcome of said contract.