Forming a Charity in UK Law

  • Working in the charity sector: no matter how aspirational they are, management accountants face a series of roadblocks in the course of building careers in organisations. Experts reveal the four key obstacles that need to be addressed in the course of becoming global leaders.
    • No. 2012, December 2012
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • McCue, Sharon
    • Technical notes
    ... ... will learn a wide range of skills that are transferable to the commercial sector, but beware, working in the charitable sector can be habit-forming! How can I use my skills as an accountant to help a charity? ... 1 Find out about charities in your local area, but consider national charities too ... ...
  • THE CHARITIES ACT, 1960
    • No. 24-4, July 1961
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... First is the omission of a definition l1 of charity. The Nathan Com- mittee had recommended l2 that (i) the ... Subsection (1) provides that no property forming part of the permanent endowment 42 of a charity shall, ... ...
  • NOTES OF CASES
    • No. 20-1, January 1957
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... be deemed to have “ devoted their money irretrievably to charity,’’ it follows that subscribers who give their names ... to contribute only to a specific charity, without forming any intention as to the disposal of the money if the ... ...
  • When guanxi meets connectivity. The underlying mechanisms of young adults’ participation in micro-charity
    • No. 16-1, March 2018
    • Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society
    • 32-44
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to reveal the underlying mechanisms that drive young adults’ participation in micro-charity. Design/methodology/approach: A case study, which formed a large o...
    ... ... According toFei (1992), there are different categories of guanxi, forming a “system of differentiation”,or“differential mode of association”, presenting as a layered, ego-centric structure whichsuggests different ... ...
  • Public Charitable Collections: Are they a Worthwhile Cause?
    • No. 63-6, November 2000
    • The Modern Law Review
    This article examines one of the most long‐established methods of fund‐raising for charitable causes in the UK – public charitable collections – and looks at changing patterns in this method of fun...
    ... ... Acts 1992 and 1933 replaced or augmented previous legislation; the Charity Commission is undertaking the first systematic review of its register of ... a consultation which was published in January 1996 49 and proposed forming a working group for further consultations with a view to bringing Part III ... ...
  • THE LAPSE OF CHARITABLE BEQUESTS
    • No. 32-3, May 1969
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... of the doctrine is restricted by the principle that a charity cannot die, have given rise to a series of cases. It is ... not drawn between them and they are regarded as forming one general rule. Thus in li!e Lucas Lord Greene M.R. stated‘ ... ...
  • Civil society elites’ challengers in the UK: A frontlash/backlash perspective
    • No. 26-1, February 2024
    • British Journal of Politics and International Relations
    • 0000
    Amid growing polarisation in European societies, civil society elites, encompassing resource-rich, influential and often liberal-oriented civil society organisations (CSOs), are under increased att...
    ... ... two ideologically opposed challengers: one coming from within the charity sector in the form of the #CharitySoWhite campaign and another from ... words, civil society elites have responded to the backlash by forming new alliances and mobilising counter-advocacy and legal ... ...
  • Supporting the Not‐for‐Profit Sector: the Government's Review of Charitable and Social Enterprise
    • No. 67-4, July 2004
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... , mergers, investm ent practi ces, and the role an d purpose of the Charity Com mission.The majority of the proposed reforms to charity law were ... Proposals were also included to assist charities to trade without forming a separate subsidiary organisation, but these wererejected after ... ...
  • Preserving the organisation's life‐blood: organisational change and the role of records management in the charity sector: a case study of The Children's Society
    • No. 14-3, December 2004
    • Records Management Journal
    • 116-123
    This article provides a case study that examines the relationship between records management and change management. The study focuses on a three‐year phase of intensive change management in a leadi...
    ... ... of the documentationgenerated by the Records and Archive Centreduring the change management and exit strategyprocess has been designated as forming part of thisaudit trail. This includes the record surveydocumentation, the survey report and allsurrounding paper and electronic ... ...
  • No Panic
    • No. 11-1, March 2006
    • Mental Health Review Journal
    • 31-33
    ... ... , Anxiety Neuroses, Information and Care, isan evocative name for a charity that deals withsufferers whose memories and feelings are interwovenwith ... The medication may not be habit-forming, as it often was in the old days, but by thevery nature of the illness, ... ...
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