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A charitable company limited by guarantee (CLG) registered with Companies House in 1993 but is not registered with the Charity Commission (CC). Should they be registered with both and was/is there an exemption for CC registration of a CLG before a certain date?

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Published on LexisPSL on 12/08/2016

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  • A charitable company limited by guarantee (CLG) registered with Companies House in 1993 but is not registered with the Charity Commission (CC). Should they be registered with both and was/is there an exemption for CC registration of a CLG before a certain date?

Registration at the Charity Commission (CC) is generally required for organisations that are charitable in nature although there are certain exceptions. On this point, see Practice Notes: Charity creation—legal points at Charity creation—legal points—Charity registration and Charity registration—when to register.

We cannot trace any reference to the situation in 1993 although registration would have been regulated by eithe

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