Charities: The New Law

February 28, 2008

The authors, who are specialist charity lawyers, include commentary and practical advice on the new law. The 1993 and 1992 Acts are shown as they will be amended by the 2006 Act, with the full text of the latter.

Who is it for? Those involved in running or advising a charity, especially lawyers, trustees and accountants.

Presentation: It offers an approachable account of current law and includes all the relevant statutory material.

Would you recommend it? Yes.

Charities: The New Law

Author: Stephen Lloyd
Edition: First Revised
Publisher: Jordans
Pages: 723
Price: £39.00
ISBN 9780853089711

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