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Law of Charities in Ireland

By: Oonagh B Breen, Philip Smith
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Published: 04-11-2019
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 656
ISBN: 9781847663252
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP: £135.00
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About Law of Charities in Ireland

This timely handbook details how all charities in Ireland can ensure that they are legally compliant with all aspects of charities law. This complex area is clearly and concisely explained by two leading experts in the charity law field.

As well as fully outlining the legislation, including detailed coverage of the Charities Act 2009, this handbook considers the life cycle of a charity in Ireland: from its creation and registration to its governance and reporting obligations right through to its relations with other charities, at home or abroad, and the demise or dissolution of a charity. Examining the role of the charity trustee in both corporate and unincorporated charities, this book details the key relationships with relevant statutory agencies from the Charities Regulator through to Revenue and the Companies Registration Office. Setting out for the first time the practical issues facing charities operating in Ireland, this handbook is vital for any person concerned with the regulation of charities in this jurisdiction.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Starting a New Charity
Chapter 2 Financial Reporting
Chapter 3 Employees
Chapter 4 Charities and Tax
Chapter 5 Fundraising Activities and Regulation
Chapter 6 Relations with The Charities Regulatory Authority
Chapter 7 Governance
Chapter 8 Relations with Government Departments and Regulatory Agencies
Chapter 9 Relations with the Public
Chapter 10 Trading
Chapter 11 Reorganising or Closing your Charity
Chapter 12 Cross-border Issues for Charities

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