Control and Vesting of Club Property

All property including grounds, Club Houses, Halls, Dressing Rooms and Handball Alleys owned or controlled by units of the Association shall be used only for the purpose of or in connection with the playing of the Games controlled by the Association, and for such other purposes not in conflict with the Aims and Objects of the Association, that may be sanctioned from time to time by the Central Council.

All property owned by units of the Association shall be vested in a number of Full Members as Trustees who shall hold such property upon Trust, to use the same exclusively for the purpose of playing Gaelic Football, Hurling and Handball, and for such purposes, not in conflict with the Aims and Objects of the Association, that may be sanctioned from time to time by the Central Council.

It is important to note that only Clubs vested in the association can receive Development Grant aid payments. Copies of your Clubs vesting documents should be submitted to Munster GAA.

Property owned by a Club shall be vested in five Trustees, three of whom shall be appointed for and on behalf of the Club, one of whom shall be appointed for and on behalf of the relevant County Committee, and one of whom shall be appointed for and on behalf of the relevant Provincial Council.

Property owned by a County Committee, or that owned by a combination of units under the control of a County Committee, shall be vested in three Trustees, one of whom shall be appointed for and on behalf of the County Committee, one of whom shall be appointed for and on behalf of the relevant Provincial Council, and one of whom shall be appointed for and on behalf of Central Council.

By way of acceptance of their appointment the Trustees of Real Property shall sign a Declaration of Trust, as approved by Central Council, which shall contain the provisions for appointment, removal and replacement of Trustees, as well as regulating the conduct of the Trustees in performing their duties and exercising their powers under the Trust.

Click on the following links to view a copy of a vesting document specific to your County which also contains a guide to getting the form completed

Deed Of Trust – CLARE

Deed Of Trust – CORK

Deed Of Trust – KERRY

Deed Of Trust – LIMERICK

Deed Of Trust – TIPPERARY

Deed Of Trust – WATERFORD

Each unit and the Association shall indemnify and save harmless a Trustee in respect of any loss or out of pocket expenses bona fide incurred by him in or about the execution of his powers or duties.

If you have any further questions on this please contact Munster GAA – see Contact Page.