Charities And The Law
News, analysis and comment on charity law and how the law in general, including employment law and tax law, applies to the voluntary sector.
The regulator is also improving its transparency, writes Adrian Pashley
After the National Trust was criticised for overstretching its voluntary staff, Jonathan Bruck and Chelsea Martin outline the legal considerations for charities
Some say the new legal structure will put industrial and provident societies on a par with companies; others are less positive. Sam Burne James reports
The Charity Commission's veteran head of legal services tells Sam Burne James that redefined charitable purposes have made his role an interesting one in recent years - and that he thinks the charity tribunal is a good thing
Legal experts, including Jonathan Brinsden of Bircham Dyson Bell, have generally welcomed the Law Commission's proposal for a new power to guide trustees on tax matters - but there are still questions to be answered, finds Sam Burne James
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Arthritis Research UK London (Central), London (Greater) / Chesterfield, Derbyshire
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Save the Children London (Central), London (Greater)
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University of Lincoln Lincoln, Lincolnshire
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