Video: How to challenge Charity Commission decisions at Charity Tribunal

Judge Alison McKenna from the Charity Tribunal explains how to challenge Charity Commission decisions

Challenging Charity Commission decisions can open up a number of concerns for organisations. In this video from Law Works, Judge Alison McKenna answers a range of questions, including:

  • What types of Charity Commission decisions can be appealed?  
  • Can a charity represent itself in the Charity Tribunal?
  • How long does the Charity Tribunal take to decide a case?
  • What do I need to include in an application to the Charity Tribunal?
  • What can I do if I think the Charity Tribunal’s final decision is wrong?

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