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The Law of Charities

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9780198267836

ISBN10:
0198267835
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
6/7/2001
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press
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Summary

This volume provides lawyers and others involved in charity management with an up-to-date and comprehensive commentary on charity law, including suggestions for drafting.

Author Biography


Peter Luxton is Professor of Property Law at De Montfort University, Leicester and a qualified solicitor. He is author of two books and numerous articles on trust and charity law. He is editor of the Business Property section of the Journal of Business Law and on the Advisory Editorial Board of Charity Law and Practice Review. Judith Hill is Partner with Farrer & Co solicitors.

Table of Contents

I INTRODUCTION
The Shaping of Charity Law
3(58)
The Advantages and Disadvantages of Charitable Status
61(12)
Charities and Taxation
73(38)
II THE MEANING OF CHARITY
Charitable Purposes
111(60)
Benefit to a Sufficient Section of the Community
171(30)
Wholly and Exclusively Charitable
201(20)
Political Purposes and Political Activity
221(30)
III LEGAL STRUCTURES AND GOVERNANCE
Legal Structures and the Distribution of Power
251(84)
Trustees, Committee Members, and Directors
335(86)
IV SUPERVISION AND CONTROL
The Charity Commissioners
421(62)
The Court's Jurisdiction Over Charities
483(12)
The Visitatorial Jurisdiction
495(16)
Legal Proceedings
511(22)
Mediation and Dispute Resolution
533(10)
V CHARITY PROPERTY
CY-pres and Schemes
543(60)
Charity Investment
603(40)
Dealings with Land
643(38)
Disclaimer of Property and Ex Gratia Payments
681(10)
VI CHARITABLE GIVING AND FUND-RAISING
Charitable Giving and Taxation
691(38)
Charities and Trading
729(22)
Regulation of Fund-raising
751(22)
Public Charitable Collections
773(30)
Advertising and Broadcast Appeals
803(12)
Lotteries, Competitions, and Amusements
815(14)
Disaster Funds
829(12)
VII DISSOLUTION OF CHARITIES
Dissolution of Charities
841(12)
APPENDICES
A. Trustee Act 2000
853(26)
B. Charity Law Association Model Documents
(1) Trust Deed for a Charitable Trust
879(24)
(2) Constitution for a Charitable Unincorporated Association
903(28)
(3) Memorandum and Articles of Association for a Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee
931


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