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Practical Guide to Charity Law in Scotland, A
Practical Guide to Charity Law in Scotland, A
Practice Area:  Charities
ISBN:  9780414061996
Published by:  W. Green
General Editor:James McNeill
Publication Date:  23 Sep 2016
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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With Scottish charity law being distinct from that in England and Wales, and with its own Regulator, there is a requirement for a specific guide on charity law from a Scottish standpoint. A Practical Guide to Charity Law is that book; a comprehensive manual to Scottish charity law in the 21st century.
The expert author team, led by General Editor James McNeill QC, covers the whole life of a charity within the text: from the initial moments of those contemplating setting one up, through operating it under the watchful eye of the Charity Regulator, to dealing with the assets when it has run its course. Each section of the book guides you the reader through the processes, ensuring you can deal confidently with any related procedure, safe in the knowledge that the answers you need are easily found.
The text is entirely up-to-date, taking account of the 2005 Act with all amendments to present day and includes discussion in relation to recent guidance from the Scottish Charity Regulator. It covers the following essential areas:

- Starting a charity and becoming a trustee
- Current best practice in Governance, or proper management
- Current ideas on finance and fundraising
- How to go about good investment and trading
- Keeping an eye on when changes to your charity are needed
A Practical Guide to Charity Law in Scotland is written in language that is accessible to everyone involved in running charities, allowing you to work together with donors and beneficiaries to the best modern standards of guidance. This is an essential resource for those who manage charities of all sizes, such as professional administrators and the vast number of unpaid administrative secretaries, chairs and treasurers. It also provides a compendium for solicitors and advocates providing advice to trustees.
CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

James McNeill QC is an Advocate with Axiom Advocates, accredited mediator, Judge of the Courts of Appeal of Jersey and Guernsey
Alastair Keatinge is Head of Charities and Social Enterprise, Lindsays Solicitors
Colin Liddell WS, is an accredited specialist in charity law with J & H Mitchell
Simon A. Mackintosh WS, is a Chairman at Turcan Connell
Gavin McEwan is Head of Charities at Turcan Connell
Tom Murray is a Partner at Gillespie Macandrew LLP
Stephen Phillips is a Partner and Head of Third Sector Team at Burness Paull LLP
Malcolm H Rust is a Partner and Head of Charities Group, Shepherd + Wedderburn LLP
Victoria JW Simpson is Director of the Charities Unit, Anderson Strathern LLP
Jandy Stevenson was formerly a Partner and Head of Charities at Henderson Loggie; now a Consultant to their Charities Unit

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