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I: SUPERVISION OF CHARITIES

80 Introduction

Charities are subject to the general law and the law relating to charities, as well as to any special legal rules which apply particularly to their own activities and to the form or content of their own governing document. However, with the exception of such areas as health, housing, and education, in which central or local authorities are directly involved, charities enjoy a considerable measure of freedom to pursue their aims without close official regulation or interference. This is of special value to those charities whose work is to any degree experimental or pioneering. There

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