| Commentary

21 Form of organisation

| Commentary

21 Form of organisation

It is essential to good administration that the form of organisation1 selected is suited to the intended purpose and activities, and that the procedural arrangements are clear, workable, and capable of being understood by those who will be responsible for carrying them out. Poorly drawn administrative provisions in any governing document can lead at least to confusion, if not to disputes, in the running of the charity, and thus waste the time of trustees and others to the detriment of its proper work.

Model trust documents approved by the Charity Commission and HM Revenue and Customs are

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