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"a sound investment which has paid for itself time and time again, and I would recommend it to anybody involved in advising or operating charities"
Quentin Elston
Clerk to the Trustees of Mr Willat's Charity
Head of CharityEminence

Written in a clear format with easy-to-use language, this publication keeps you up to date with the latest compliance requirements and developments. It will save you many hours, and will save you a multiple of the subscription-price in terms of professional advice-fees, with its sample forms, handy checklists and model policies, all professionally drafted and ready to be downloaded, adapted and used. Whether you are a company secretary, trustee, chief executive, accountant or senior external adviser, this resource is a must for you.

Among its extensive administrative compliance sections, this service also provides:

  • Event Safety: Now includes latest Health and Safety Executive guidance
  • New Legislation: Addresses important changes introduced by the Health and Social Care Act 2008 and the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012
  • Equality Act: Latest guidance for charities on the Scottish Charity Register from The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator
  • Safeguarding Requirements and Criminal Records Checks: Industry news including recent changes to safeguarding regulations; changes to the rehabilitation of offenders rules and the revised Disclosure and Barring Service procedures, documents and guidance
  • Charity Constitutions/Registration/Regulation
  • Charitable Giving
  • Charity Trading
  • Taxation/VAT
  • Employment
  • Public Accountability
  • Borrowing, Creditcontrol and Dispute Resolution
  • Charity Land, Investments and IP
  • Data Protection Law

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Contents
  • Table of Statutes
  • Table of Statutory Instruments 
  • Table of Forms and Publications 
  • Division A: Setting up and registering a charity 
  • Division B: Regulatory Regime 
  • Division C: Constitutional amendments and restructuring
  • Division D: Names for charities and trading subsidiaries 
  • Division E: Governance and legal administration
    - Trustees - general Appointment of directors/trustees
     - Directors' / trustees' retirement and cessation of office
     - Removal of directors/trustees
     - Proceedings of directors/trustees
     - Delegation and committees
     - Branches
     - Filing and Register-Keeping Requirements - Checklist
     - Registered office/correspondence address
     - Signing, sealing and execution of documents
     - Charity stationery - statutory requirements
     - Auditors
     - Bank accounts
  • Division F: Members' Meetings
    - Annual accounts and reports and annual general meeting
     - General meetings and resolutions
     - Proxies and authorised representatives
     - Written resolutions of members
  • Division G: Public accountability and reporting 
  • Division H: Personnel 
  • Division I: Fundraising, trading and tax
    - Legacies
     - Professional fundraisers and commercial participators
     - Public collection
     - Lotteries
  • Division J: Investments 
  • Division K: Subsidiary trading companies
  • Division L: Charity contracts
    - Specimen service agreements
  • Division M: Grants 
  • Division N: Dispute resolution and credit control 
  • Division O: Acquiring, mortgaging and disposing of land 
  • Division P: Risk management and insurance
    - Risk management
     - Insurance
  • Division Q: Data protection and freedom of information 
  • Division R: Intellectual property 
  • Division S: Websites and electronic communications 
  • Division T: Equality and Discrimination 
  • Division U: Model Policies
  • Scotland
  • Northern Ireland
  • Index
"I have been using Jordan Publishing Charities Administration Service for over a decade, as a clerk to trustee boards and as a specialist charity adviser. In all those contexts, I have found it to be an indispensable source of knowledge for the successful running of a charity.

It is so easy to use, and offers essential legal, financial and administrative advice in a practical way that someone who is not an expert in the full range of subject matter can understand and implement easily and effectively.

The quarterly updates ensure that I always know of any new developments, and so never need worry that there are unknown new obligations or regulatory requirements we should be addressing.

Overall, Jordan Publishing Charities Administration Service has been a sound investment which has paid for itself time and time again, and I would recommend it to anybody involved in advising or operating charities.

Quentin Elston
Clerk to the Trustees of Mr Willat's Charity
Head of Charity Eminence
October 2014

GENERAL EDITORS

Con Alexander Partner, Veale Wasbrough Vizards
Greyham Dawes FCA, DChA Charities Unit Director, Crowe Clark Whitehill LLP
Jenny Ebbage Partner, Edwards & Co. Solicitors
Cecile Gillard LLB (Hons), FRSA Legal Manager, Charities and Civil Society, Burton Sweet, Chartered Accountants
Simon Mackintosh Partner, Turcan Connell

SCOTTISH EDITORS
Simon Mackintosh Partner and Head of the Charities Unit
Ken Pinkerton and Alexander Garden both from Turcan Connell Solicitors

CONTRIBUTOR
Geraint Probert, Barrister, Guildhall Chambers
2017 Print Subscription Information
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Updating issue 56 June 2017


Update 56 includes material on:
– Northern Ireland: Charity Commission for Northern Ireland latest guidance on charity registration applications assessment and public benefit statements; CCNI model documents; update on plans for future s 167 registration applications (charities established outside Northern Ireland) – notifying CCNI of intention to apply; social housing providers – Credit Unions and Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act (Northern Ireland) 2016; accounting and reporting regulations – CCNI guidance.
– Auditors and independent examiners: Charity Commission enhanced regulatory expectations of ‘whistleblowing’ (guidance CC32); disclosure of matters of material significance to Charity Commission for Northern Ireland.
– Accounting and reporting: obligations for Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisations; FRS 102 Charity SORP latest; addressing the ‘strategic report’ obligations (large charitable companies) alongside the annual trustees’ report obligations; reporting the charity’s approach to fundraising.
– Health and safety: health and safety offences: new sentencing guidelines; employers’ duties: Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016.
– Employment: right to work: changes to financial thresholds ‘Certificates of Sponsorship’; update on pensions auto-enrolment.
– Fundraising, donations and tax: Gift Aid declarations and records: donations via intermediaries (digital platforms).
– Risk management: Charity Commission definition of ‘major risk’ (CC26).
– Data protection: commentary on recent court decisions (subject access requests); ICO enforcement action against charities.
– Websites and electronic communications: latest guidance on the CAP Code (Committee of Advertising Practice, Advertising Standards Authority).

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