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Another Charitable Trust needs attention

By her will, Emma Ann O’Connor, who died in December 1937, left the residue of her estate on trust for certain specific purposes: “(a) For the repair and painting of the Waimea Catholic Church at regular intervals as may seem necessary and expedient to my said trustees; (b) In the upkeep and maintenance of the … Continue reading

Proposed abolition of the Charities Commission

The Charities Commission was established pursuant to the Charities Act 2005.  Since establishment the Charities Commission has been responsible for the registration of charities together with a responsibility to promote public confidence in the charitable sector. To date the Commission’s views have been upheld in 10 of the 11 challenges against the Commission’s registration decisions to the High Court.   Any … Continue reading