Charities: The New Law - A Practical Guide to the Charities Acts (Jordan Publishing New Law Series)
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Why should you buy Charities: The New Law - A Practical Guide to the Charities Acts (Jordan Publishing New Law Series)
Written by a team of specialist charity lawyers from Bates Wells & Braithwaite, this book includes expert commentary and practical advice on the new law. Crucially, it includes the 1993 and 1992 Acts shown as they will be amended by the 2006 Act, together with the full text of the 2006 Act. The Act introduces an entirely new framework for:
- the regulation of public collections
- the establishment of the Charity Tribunal
- charity mergers
- the creation of the new Charitable Incorporated Organisation
The Act also amends the existing 1992 and 1993 Charities Acts in a number of areas including:
- accounts and reporting by charities
- registration thresholds
- the powers of the Charity Commission
An essential reference for all lawyers, accountants, trustees and those involved in the management and running of charities.
Table of contents
The Charity Commission
Charitable purposes and public benefit
Remuneration of charity trustees
Powers of the Charity Commission to protect and assist
Challenging the Charity Commission
Regulation of charitable companies
Charitable incorporated organizations
Regulation of fundraising
Public charitable collections
Control of fundraising: professional fundraisers
Control of fundraising: commercial participators
Charity accounts: accounting and reporting procedures
Scotland and Northern Ireland
Charities Act 1992
Charities Act 1993
Charities Act 2006
Charities (Misleading Names) Regulations 1992, SI 1992/1901
Charities (Qualified Surveyors' Reports) Regulations 1992, SI 1992/2980
Charitable Institutions (Fund-Raising) Regulations 1994, SI 1994/3024
Charities (Accounts and Reports) Regulations 2005, SI 2005/572