Charity Commissioners


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Charity Commissioners

pl n
(Social Welfare) (in Britain) members of a commission constituted to keep a register of charities and control charitable trusts
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What's more is that one-third of profits were given to the Charity Commissioners which "yielded about PS80 a year to Great Barr".
Before taking silk in 2001, he was one of the Junior Counsel to the Crown (Chancery/A Panel) (from 1990) and Junior Counsel to the Charity Commissioners (from 1991).
The firm's chartered surveyors Kim Davis, Mike Sellers and Jonathan Peel continue to provide services across the region, including valuation for probate, taxation, division and development purposes together with home buyers' reports, Charity Commissioners' reports and expert witness reports.
There have also been anonymous donations totalling PS5.4m to Lumos, and, according to the return filed last month to charity commissioners, these were "from a high–net worth individual".
The Charity Commissioners had been notified of her court appearance and a decision would be taken about her role as trustee soon.
Atlantic Bridge, the far-right political front we as taxpayers unwittingly subsidised until the charity commissioners shut it down, acted as a slush fund.
The scheme now being put forward still requires approval by Middlesbrough Council's executive, the Charity Commissioners and the Almshouse Association.
Since he has shown that the transfer of Heath Park to the King George V Playing Fields Association was not legally valid (as determined by the charity commissioners), would he care to state whether the council now intends to demolish the King George V Playing Fields Gateway, with its King George V Playing Fields crests from the northern entrance.
However, the set-up costs need to be considered as it will involve obtaining a Charity Commissioners' agreement.
ON November 13, we reported that the charity commissioners are examining the financial controls of Maelor Voluntary Services which runs five cafe outlets in the Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
King's, in common with all Oxbridge colleges, is exempt from the Charity Commissioners' control, but the Fellows still have a legal, fiduciary duty to ensure that they are properly advised when making sales of their assets, as here they plainly were not.
'The Council will also be writing to the Commissioner for Public Appointments, the Charity Commissioners and the Wales Audit Office to seek further advice and to express its deep concern about the management of the appointment process to date.'