Readership: Legal practitioners involved in advising unincorporated associations and in dispute resolution related to unincorporated associations in England, Wales, and other commonwealth jurisdictions. It will also be of interest to those running unincorporated associations, as well as public authorities and national governing bodies.
Nicholas Stewart QC, Ely Place Chambers and Deputy High Court Judge (Chancery and Queen's Bench Divisions)., Natalie Campbell, Previously employed as barrister to Steamship Insurance Management Services Ltd., and Simon Baughen, Reader of Law at the University of Bristol.
Nicholas Stewart QC is a member of Ely Place chambers and has sat as Deputy High Court Judge since 1992 (Chancery and Queen's Bench Divisions). He is an Appeal Board Chairman and Specialist Member of the Football Association Judicial Panel, and a previous member of the journal of the Union
Internationale des Avocats.
Natalie Campbell is a qualified barrister and was previously employed as barrister to Steamship Insurance Management Services Ltd. She has experience of administrating a number of high profile unincorporated associations.
Simon Baughen is a Reader of Law at the University of Bristol and as a qualified solicitor practiced in maritime law as a claims adjuster at A. Bilbrough & Co Ltd.
1: Nature of Unincorporated Associations
2: Formation of Unincorporated Associations
3: Ownership of Property
4: Termination of Association
5: Administration and Meetings
6: Disciplinary Action against a Member
7: Contractual Liability
8: Tortious Liability
9: Civil Court Procedure
10: Licences and Public Acts
11: Finance and Taxation
Specimen Sets of Rules
Specimen Procedure for Disciplinary Action