The Law of Unincorporated Associations
Edited by Nicholas Stewart QC, Natalie Campbell, and Simon Baughen
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By Simon Baughen The charitable status of private schools raises strong passions, both for and against. Those in the 'anti' camp were heartened by the Charity Act 2006. Section 3(2) explicitly provided that there was to be no presumption that purposes in the first three headings listed in s.2(2) ' education, religion, prevention and relief of poverty ' were for the public benefit. The Act also required the Charity Commission to provide Guidelines on what amounted to public benefit.
Posted on January 5, 2012
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