Case Note 19399 [2002] NZPrivCmr 1 – Club objects to national body’s demand for membership details

The president of a club with national affiliations complained that the national body required club members to provide personal information, including their names and addresses, as a condition of membership. The national body’s constitution made it clear that the information was to be used to: – determine the exact fee payable by each club; – determine the delegate entitlement of each club; and – enable the national body to meet any contractual obligations to sponsors, including the provision of membership lists.

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