Commentary

About this title—authors, overview

ROYAL CHARTERS vol 33
| Commentary

About this title—authors, overview

| Commentary

ROYAL CHARTERS vol 33

About this title—authors, overview

Contributors

ADRIAN BELL, LL.B., Dip L.P, WS, Solicitor

Morton Fraser LLP

ROBERT BULLING

Consultant, Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP

Former Deputy Clerk of the Privy Council

Title overview

The title ROYAL CHARTERS (2019) explains the modern usages of this ancient form of incorporation, which provides the constitutions of many major non-statutory public bodies in the United Kingdom. Such bodies are more flexible than registered companies, but a charter is not easily obtained, being the most prestigious form of incorporation under the law. The title follows the process from petitioning for the grant of

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