"(1) ... for the benefit of the persons ..." covers it - but sadly that conflicts with "(4) ... promote leisure ... products ... "All I can say is that nowhere in the Articles of Association or Bye Laws or Objectives does it cover the actions above. Whilst it is disappointing to buy a “ lemon” I really cannot see how a member can reasonably expect the Club to assist in what is a consumer issue where there are rights of redress enacted in law. Other than perhaps any Legal Expenses Insurance that may have come with membership or insurance cover. But even these don’t give carte blanche cover.
The CMHC objectives are:
The objects are to: (1) maintain and conduct a club for the benefit of the persons, including mobile caravanners and those connected with mobile caravanning, who are admitted to Club Membership in accordance with these Articles; (2) encourage social interaction between such persons; (3) promote caravanning generally; and (4) carry out or promote leisure and travel related services and products, including but not limited to caravanning and related pursuits.
IMO, the CC promotes the industry more than supports members' needs.