Charitable trusts are popular with examiners. This lecture provides a comprehensive analysis of the subject.
The following issues are highlighted.
- the registration requirement;
- roles of the charitable trustees, Attorney General, Charity Commission;
- privileges enjoyed by charities such as certainty of objects, the perpetuity principle, fiscal advantages and the cy-pres rule;
- the public benefit test;
- commentary on each of 13 charitable purposes;
- political purposes;
- Equality Act 2010;
- activities performed outside the UK;
- cy-pres principle including ss 62-66 of the Charities Act 2011
Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes (approx)
Lecturer: Mohamed Ramjohn
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