In relation to dual or multi-club membership SLSA regulations shall apply:

(a) Any member of a club may be admitted as a member of another club or clubs, providing such member has a clearance as provided for in the SLSA regulations and all membership requirements are met.

(b) Any competing member shall not participate in any inter-club competition as a representative of more than one club during any one competition season unless and until their “competitive rights” have been transferred as provided for in the SLSA regulations.

(c) Any competing member who is a member of more than one club shall be entitled to compete in intra-club events of all such clubs.

(d) Notwithstanding the International Transfer Provisions detailed in this Manual, members may belong to a Surf Life Saving Club in both Australia and New Zealand (SLSNZ) and choose to compete for both clubs (except at the same competition) provided they meet the award, proficiency, patrol and membership requirements and all other obligations relevant to the country and club for which they wish to compete.

Note: Members with dual SLSA/SLSNZ membership may, as a matter of protocol, advise their Branch/State/National authority before competing for their alternate club.