Fla. Business Judgment Ruling May Benefit US Country Clubs

By Eric Coleman and Ryan Roman (September 24, 2021, 6:07 PM EDT) -- South Florida is home to numerous country clubs, golf clubs and other social clubs.

Country clubs generally operate off of membership dues and revenue generated by the members' use of the club's facilities, which can include access to exclusive dining facilities, tennis courts, golf courses and other recreational activities.

In most instances, these clubs are governed by a set of bylaws that dictate how the club operates. These bylaws are typically prepared at the time the country club is formed.

From time to time, the club's board of governors may find it necessary to amend the bylaws in order to continue...

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