Charities: Law and Practice
A guide to the many different strands of law and policy relevant to the research and development process. Covering R and D as it relates both to companies and non-profit institutions, it examines how R and D funding can be structured, the protection of research in progress and how to exploit the research
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WHAT IS A CHARITY?
MATTERS AFFECTING CHARITABLE
THE CHARITY COMMISSION
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accounts activities administration advice amount annual appeal apply appointed assets association authorised authority benefit body breach carried charge charitable purposes Charities Act Charities Act 1993 Charity Commissioners charity trustees charity's circumstances clause collection Commission Committee common concerned connected consider constitution contained corporate council court custodian decision deed directions directors document donor duty effect entitled established example Executive exempt exercise fund-raising funds gift give given governing held hold income incorporation individual institution intended interest investment land liability limited matter means meeting mentioned necessary notice objects obtained organisation otherwise particular payment period permit person practice prepared proceedings professional promotion protection reasonable receive reference registered regulations relation relevant relief remove resolution respect restrictions result rules Schedule scheme specified subsection trading transfer unless vested