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Bylaws and Rules of Incorporated Clubs

When the charter of an incorporated social club expressly confers a power, the club may regulate the causes for the expulsion or suspension of members and the manner of effecting the same through its by-laws.  As a general rule, one who has become a member of an incorporated social club will be deemed to have known and assented to the provisions of its charter and by-laws, which it was authorized to make.  Thus, even if a member of an incorporated social club is deprived of any legal or constitutional right, he/she cannot object to the enforcement thereof on that ground.[i]

[i] Lowery v. International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, etc., 241 Miss. 458 (Miss. 1961)


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