Injury to persons and loss or damage to property
The Club’s property is private and the right of admission is at all times reserved to the Club, its members and employees.
Any persons entering the Club’s property and/or using the Club’s facilities:
- Do so entirely at his own risk and neither the Club nor the Club’s management, members or any employee shall be liable in any manner whatsoever for:
- any claim or damage arising or suffered either directly or indirectly from personal injury or harm whatsoever, including death, or any damage whether direct or indirect to personal or other property whatsoever, and howsoever caused.
- Shall, by doing so, be deemed to indemnify the Club against any liability for damages, howsoever caused.
Each member as a condition of membership and each guest or visitor as a condition of invitation assumes sole responsibility for his property. The Club shall under no circumstances whatsoever be liable for any loss and/or damage to the property of a member, guest and/or visitors brought onto the premises of the Club whether occasioned by theft or otherwise.
Should any party bound by these by-laws bring suit against the Club, its employees and affiliates (collectively the “Indemnified Parties) in connection with any event operated, organised, arranged or sponsored by the Club or any other claim or matter in connection with membership in the Club and fail to obtain judgement against the same, said party shall be held liable to the Indemnified Parties for all costs and expenses incurred by it in the defence of such suit, including legal costs.
Any personal property which may have been left in or on the Club premises for more than six (6) months without payment of storage thereon, may be sold with or without notice, or may be otherwise disposed of, and the proceeds if any may be retained by the Club.