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Entries Labeled: Charities (7)

 

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Charities

Resources See Also Further Reading Charities in the Encyclopedia of Britain Charities in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Charities in the Halsbury's Laws of England Charities in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Charities in the Jowitt's Dictionary of [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charities, and Short Read.



Charity

Definition of Charity In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charity : A body (corporate or not) established for one of the charitable purposes specified by statute (See charitable trust). A charity is subject to the control of the High Court in the exercise [...]

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Charity Commissioners

Definition of Charity Commissioners In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charity Commissioners : A statutory body, now governed by the Charities Act 1993, generally responsible for the administration of charities. The Commissioners are responsible for [...]

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Gift Aid

Definition of Gift Aid In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Gift Aid : A system for individuals and companies to donate money to charities and for the charities to recover the tax paid on these donations (thus increasing the value of the donation by 28% in [...]

Categories: G and su1. Tags: Charities, GI, and Short Read.



Leveson Report

By Francis Bennion: On December (2012), The Times published a letter from me suggesting that the best way to implement the Leveson Report, while maintaining press freedom, was for the media to think of themselves as a profession and, like many professional bodies, get themselves a royal [...]

Categories: su1 and Uncategorized. Tags: Charities and Telecommunications.