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What is his reason for this?
What does the constitution say about that?
So there is a a breach of the rules as regards ***** ***** and potentially that the Constitution is invalid too although Insuspect that there may be no need to sign or date that if this is a private club which is unincorporated although there should be a minute adopting the constitution at the very least. The Minutes probably don't have to be circulated until the Notice calling the following year's AGM.. You might want to enrol a motion changing that. However the accounts should be circulated to the membership. Each member is entitled to see the accounts as each member can be held liable for the debts of the Club in certain situations. I suggest that an extraordinary general meeting or whatever the Constitution provides for is considered by the aggrieved members so as to deal with these issues. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credits for my time.