| Commentary

31 Application for registration

| Commentary

31 Application for registration

The Charity Commission will normally consult HM Revenue and Customs, as a person interested and able to object to registration unless the charity uses a recognised model governing document1. Any person who may be affected by the registration may object to its registration or apply for it to be removed from the register2. An appeal lies from the decision of the Commission to the tribunal3 and may be brought by the Attorney General or by those claiming to be the charity trustees (or by the institution itself if a body

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