Legal Structure of the Charity in UK Law

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Legislation
  • Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014
    • Scotland
    • 2014-01-01
    ...... Tribunal is to consist of its ordinary, legal and judicial members. . (2) Any type of member ... CHAPTER 2 . Internal structure . Structure of First-tier Tribunal Structure of ...   . 2 A Scottish Charity Appeals Panel SCH-1.3 .   . 3 The Crofting ......
  • Equality Act 2010
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 2010-01-01
    ...... of commonhold land or in Scotland), the structure and exterior of, and any common facilities within ..., P is a person who, for the purposes of the Legal Services Act 2007, is an authorised person in ... which has been trained by a prescribed charity to assist a disabled person who has a disability ......
  • Income Tax Act 1952
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1952-01-01
    ......person, by his legal representatives; and. . . (ii) in the case of a ...of a building or structure which is to be an industrial building. or ...occupied by a charity, not being such lands, tenements,. hereditaments ......
  • Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016
    • Scotland
    • 2016-01-01
    ...... on which there is a building or other structure which is an individual’s home, unless the ..., to the Scottish Ministers or to such charity as the Scottish Ministers may direct. . (3) A ... the fact that the owner is subject to a legal incapacity or disability which would affect the ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • Social enterprise as a means to reduce public sector deficits
    • Nbr. 1-2, October 2012
    • Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy
    • 147-158
    Purpose: Charitable organizations have long been held out as separate from other human endeavors. One of the ways that this distinction has been maintained is through the use of a tax exemption. Ho...
    ......While charity gets its operatingincome from grants and ...In particular, it willexamine a new legal structure that some social enter prises are ......
  • Fraud in small charities: evidence from England and Wales
    • Nbr. 26-1, January 2019
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 211-222
    Purpose: Despite the increasing awareness of fraud in organisations and the potential benefits of strong fraud management through deterrence and prevention in the UK, there remains limited research...
    ...... controlsystems and better governance structure.This paper addresses a very important topic charity sector. Whilst fraud and fund misappropriation ... aware of any best-practice guidelines and legal obligationsrelevant to their role, for example ......
  • Chasing Shadows? Perspectives on Self-Regulation in UK Charity Fundraising
    • Nbr. 21-3, September 2006
    • Public Policy and Administration
    The policy developments culminating in the creation of a self-regulatory body for charity fundraising for England, Scotland and Wales are explored. Underpinned by literature on regulation, the pape...
    ...... a Steering Committee for final recommendations concerning structure and function. Membership of this committee confirmed the dominant ... - a submission to the PIU project on modernising the legal and regulatory framework for charities and the voluntary sector ......
  • The employment law implications of charity mergers
    • Nbr. 23-3, June 2001
    • Employee Relations
    • 271-289
    Examines the employment law implications for charities considering merger. Considers the employment law problems that are involved in charity mergers and the different strategies that have been emp...
    ......The applicationof the relevant legal principles may be particularly uncertain in the context of mergers ... With unincorporated charities (that isthose that adopt the legal structure of a trust or an unincorporated association ±as opposed to a company ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Charity Tax : How a UK Charity May Avoid the Perils of UBIT
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ......, there are no restrictions on its ability to trade as an independent legal entity, its activities should not present a risk to the parent charity's ... its commercial activity within the UK to benefit from this structure, it should still be possible for the US charity to derive a direct ......
  • Charity Update - 26 March 2013
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... 18 March 2013. Charity Bank to change its structure. Charity Bank announces it will change its structure and is taking ... Civil Society. Legal survey. Civil society is running a legal charity survey and is ......
  • Time To Re-Merge?
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... time to consider re-merging your school charity with its foundation?. It is not uncommon for ... While such a structure may have been appropriate 30 or 40 years ago, it ... of the school, both in terms of being a legal entity to hold property and because of the ......
  • Charitable Incorporated Organisation: Charity Commission Confirms That Applications for Registration Will Now Be Accepted
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    The statutory framework approved by the UK Parliament on 3 December 2012 provides for the introduction of the Charitable Incorporated Organisation, a new form of limited liability structure created...
    ...... Incorporated Organisation, a new form of limited liability structure created in response to requests from charities for a structure that ... . Like a company, a CIO has separate legal personality.  Contracts can be freely entered into, and property can be ......
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Forms
  • Chapter IEIM404730
    • HMRC Guidance manuals
    • Formularios de Derecho Civil, Mercantil y Registral
    ...... Financial Assets test in IEIM404720 a charity must review whether its income is primarily from ...structure includes a trading subsidiary that pays up ... Financial Assets will be determined by the legal form of the investment. If the investment takes ......
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