political party constitution

According to prior precedent in Canadian law, a political party constitution is a wholly ineffective document. It is simply an agreement among some private citizens like a corporation.

The GPC Constitution, for instance, contains some provisions regarding appeal of decisions of GPC Council via GPC Ombuds. But if that Council chooses to ignore the recommendations it recieves from that committee, there is no force of law to require they do so, or resign their positions on the Council.