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Tudor on Charities
Tudor on Charities
10th Edition, 1st Supplement
Series:  Trusts, Wills and Probate Libr
Practice Area:  Charities
ISBN:  9780414068018
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Dec 2018
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This revered textbook has been significantly up-dated and re-written by Will Henderson, Jonathan Fowles and Julian Smith.  It takes account of the changes in the statute and common law applicable to charities since the previous edition was published in 2003.  This edition has been produced by practitioners of charity law for practitioners of charity law.

This supplement brings you up to date on the latest charity law. Some of the key updates include:
  • Sir Geoffrey Vos C’s and the Court of Appeal’s judgments in Children’s Investment Fund Foundation v Attorney General  and Lehtimaki v Children’s Investment Foundation UK .  
  • The judgment of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal given by Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe in Chinachem Charitable Foundation Ltd v The Secretary for Justice.  
  • The Charitable Incorporated Organisations (Conversion) Regulations 2017 (SI 2017/1232).
  • HH Judge Hodge QC’s decision in Trustees of Celestial Church of Christ, Edward Street Parish (a charity) v Lawson  where he construed the parish’s constitution on the basis that by reason of ss.35 and 38(4) of the Charities Act 2011 it was a public document.
  • The Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016, including its amendment and enhancement of the Charity Commission’s powers and its clarification and extension of charities’ powers to make “social investments”. 
  • The overhaul in 2016 of the voluntary or quasi-voluntary control of fundraising.

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