A Guide to Club Structures for Semi-Professional and Amateur Sports Clubs
Published 05 September 2010
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Lawinsport.com and Jonathan Walters of Charles Russell LLP have put together a guide to club structures for semi-professional and amateur sports clubs. The guide provides information on the common forms of organisations for example unincorporated associations, companies limited by guarantee, and community interest companies.
The aim of the guide is to provide a point of reference in plain English for those who would like more information about the different ways of structuring a sports club and to help them identify if the current structure is adequate for the needs of the club and its members.
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