Commentary

85.3 Appeals to the court or the tribunal

CHARITIES AND CHARITABLE GIVING vol 6(2)
| Commentary

85.3 Appeals to the court or the tribunal

| Commentary

85.3 Appeals to the court or the tribunal

The fact that the Charity Commission’s powers are co-extensive with the court’s in relation to the making of schemes and orders, and go beyond the court’s in relation to the suspension of trustees, means that applications to the court or the First-tier Tribunal (Charity) and the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) in relation to charities are most often by way of appeal from the Charity Commission or (more rarely) in cases which are too controversial for the Commission to deal with itself.

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