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Charities: The Law and Practice
Charities: The Law and Practice
Number of volumes: 3
Practice Area:  Charities
ISBN:  9780752000565
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Shortly after this title's launch in September 1994, Lord Allen of Abbeydale added a foreword which ended as follows:

In the light of all these changes, it is very fitting to be able to have recourse to authoritative and clear explanations of various aspects of charity law and practice which are up-to-date, and will be kept up-to¬ date. This is what this publication achieves. It gives expert guidance for example on how to set up a charity and, in a substantial section, on the responsibilities which fall on trustees in running a charity. It gives advice in the tricky areas of fund-raising, investment, taxation and trading. Nor does it fail to explore the possibility of difficulties arising with Brussels. With its comprehensive cover, it is a publication which will be primarily of value to practitioners, but it is not too much hope that some of the information and advice to be found in its pages will percolate to a wider audience.

Over the years, which have seen many more changes of law and practice and over 60 releases, the editors have done their utmost to ensure that the work remains authoritative and up-to-date. The editorial team remains: Douglas Cracknell (General Editor); Pesh Framjee; Adrian Longley; and Francesca Quint.

CONTENTS
The work's contents are as follows:
 
[Volume  1]
Foreword – Lord Allen of Abbeydale                                                   
Editorial team                                                                                          
Explanation of the work                                                                         
Tables  –  Cases,  Statutes,   Statutory  Instruments  and  European Legislation
Table of Destinations: Charities  Act 2011
 
Part 1: Commentary (sections A–H)
A    Meaning  and Extent of Charity
B   Setting  up a Charity
C   Registration of Charities
D   Government  and Charities
E   Running a Charity F  Land Transactions G   Funding
H   Investing  the Funds
 
[Volume  2]
Part 1: Commentary (sections I–O)
I   Amending  the Governing  Instrument
J   Dealing with Disputes
K   Trading
L    Accounting, Auditing and Reporting
M    Taxation
N    Tax-Effective  Giving
O   The European Dimension Part 2:          Source materials Statutes
Part 2:    Source materials
Statutory instruments, etc
 
Part 3:    Appendices
Appendix  1: Charity Commission material                                                  
Appendix  2: Other materials                                                                         
Appendix  3: Taxation guidance                                                                    
Appendix  4: Useful lists and addresses                                                        
Appendix  5: Key decisions (formerly  Decisions of the Charity
Commission—Case Summaries)                                            
Our decisions (formerly  Final Decisions of the
Commission—Alphabetical Index)                                         
 
Part 4: Forms and precedents
 
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