Pulham St Mary, United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 26, 2008 -- Net Lawman has developed a collection of twelve unincorporated association agreements, with two 'master' versions to suit any club type, as well as options to hold an alcohol license and the ability for the members to hold property. The other ten agreements are specific to individual club types, including environmental groups and investment clubs.
"Association agreements are useful when an organisation has grown to the point where it is sensible to formalise the groups ideas and practices. The most common reason that associations and clubs need to consider formal agreements include imposing rules for subscriptions, resignations, suspensions and expulsions of membership, management of the association and a clear definition of the powers of committee" explains Miriam Taylor of Net Lawman.
Research conducted by Net Lawman earlier this year revealed that alarmingly, there were no documents tailored to the needs of unincorporated associations easily available via the Internet. This meant that unincorporated associations were either unaware that such documents existed to help protect the club and its members, or that they were forced to pay extortionate prices to have similar documents drafted from scratch by a solicitor.
"Purchasing association agreements from an online provider such as Net Lawman is a cost effective method of providing protection and reassurance to club members at a fraction of the price that would be charged by a high street solicitor" adds Taylor.
Net Lawman is a leading online provider of cost effective legal documents covering a range of business and personal affairs. In addition, Net Lawman also provide back up support and legal advice as well as specialist drafting services, giving customers the peace of mind that their documents are completely fit for purpose.
Net Lawman Ltd is an English company operated by Andrew R. Taylor. Most legal work is undertaken by Andrew and Rajeev Goswami, assisted by English barristers for employment specialist work, and Rajeev's small team of Indian lawyers, as required
Andrew has a degree in economics and was an English solicitor for over 20 years. He resigned voluntarily as a solicitor in order to operate Net Lawman with unrestricted advertising. He has specialised primarily in commercial and company law. Working in a high street practice, he has covered a wide range of law. During that time, he has also been involved as a director and shareholder in a number of businesses, principally connected with commercial property or the Internet.
The documents provided by Net Lawman have been drawn by Andrew and a small team of specialist solicitors and barristers. The documents are regularly updated to take account of new law.