A parish council also acting as a charity trustee can result in confusion over where duties lie. Ian Blaney and Michael Anderson report on an illuminating case
When is a charity not a charity? When it is a club. Timothy Sherwin explains
The claimant was a registered charitable company and the owner of 15a and 37 Camden High Street, London, SW1 7JE (the property). In or around November 2016 the claimant’s directors decided to sell the property and instructed Robert Irving Burns (RIB) to market it...
What should charity trustees do when they cannot even give money away? Josh Lewison discusses
Michael Fletcher, David Whittington and Clifford Woodroffe outline the implications of the reverter for charity trustees
The Charity Commission is using its power to issue official warnings to trustees. Paul Ridout and Jelena Serbic analyse a high-profile case with tips for best practice
The Court of Appeal has indicated the extent to which it will control the exercise of discretion by fiduciaries. Robert Pearce QC discusses
The claim was a claim dated 5 September 2016 by the claimants as personal representatives of the late Mr Veliko Aleksic (the deceased), who died on 24 October 2014, for construction of parts of the deceased’s last will. He acquired a house in London in 1960 and a house in Cardiff in 1971...
Paul Ridout and Jelena Serbic report on the Law Commission’s latest proposals for changes to charity law
There are particular duties, responsibilities and issues to bear in mind when dealing with property matters for charities. Clare Garbett gives an overview