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Charity Law
Charity Law
Series:  The European Lawyer Ref Series
Practice Area:  Charities
ISBN:  9781908239112
Published by:  European Lawyer
Publication Date:  16 Nov 2012
Format:  Hardback
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Charity Law is the essential reference guide for companies and others wishing to set up charitable organisations or needing to understand how they work. Covering 19 jurisdictions worldwide this title offers you insight into charitable organisations and charity law around the world, including:

• The history and current size of the charitable sector
• Whether they are governed by a separate body of charity law
• The legal structures that may be used
• How the organisations are established and regulated
• The benefits and disadvantages of being a charity
• The rules relating to overseas charities working within each jurisdiction
• The ability of charitable organisations to work outside the jurisdiction in which they are established


 

CONTENTS
1. Charity/Non Profit Organisation Law
2. Legal Structure
3. Regulator Bodies
4. Regulatory Registration
5. Tax Advantages
6. Advantages/Disadvantages of Charity/Non Profit Organisation Status
7. Process of establishing a Charity or NonProfit Organisation
CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
  • Foreword  Anne-Marie Piper, Farrer & Co
  • Argentina Gonzalo Oliva-Beltrán,  Llerena Amadeo Dondo & Oliva Beltrán
  • Australia  Vera Visevic & John Baxter,  Mills Oakley Lawyers
  • Belgium  Philippe Malherbe,  Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick
  • Canada  Robert B. Hayhoe,  Miller Thomson LLP
  • England & Wales  Anne-Marie Piper & Sara van der Pas, Farrer & Co
  • Germany  Dr Andreas Richter & Dr Anna Katharina Gollan,  P+P Pöllath + Partners
  • Ghana  Isabel Boaten & Winnie Amoatey,  AB & David
  • Israel  Advocate Asher Dovev,  Herzog Fox & Neeman
  • Japan  Tomoki Debari, Mariko Nagata, Yuzuru Inoue & Jeffrey A. Eagan,  Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
  • Northern Ireland  Jennifer Ebbage,  Edwards & Co. Solicitors
  • Republic of Ireland  Nora Lillis & Elaine Rogers,  William Fry
  • Scotland  Simon Mackintosh & Laura Barrie,  Turcan Connell
  • Singapore  Elaine Seow,  Braddell Brothers LLP
  • Sweden  Michael Karlsson  Mannheimer Swartling
  • Switzerland  Benoît Merkt & Simon Brunschwig,  Lenz & Staehelin
  • Tanzania  Wilbert B. Kapinga & Bijal T. Mehta,  Mkono & Co Advocates
  • USA & California  Ingrid Mittermaier,  Adler & Colvin
EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

Anne-Marie Piper

Anne-Marie is Head of the Charities Team at Farrer & Co. She acts for sponsors of new charities, directors, trustees and officers of existing charities and other not-for-profit bodies and individuals and companies wishing to make charitable gifts or do business with charities. She is particularly well known for her handling of difficult regulatory cases; fundraising and complex mergers, reorganisations and administrations.
Founder, former secretary and former Chairman of the Charity Law Association, Anne-Marie also lectures and writes regularly on charity law subjects.

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