Scottish Charity Law.
Scottish Charity Law provided by Scotlands premier Scottish Charity Law Specialists Balfour and Manson of Edinburgh please contact them on 0131 200 1200.
Scottish Charity Law Services.
Charities and not for profit
Unincorporated associations and trusts together make up two thirds of all charities registered in Scotland.
Those types of charities are described as unincorporated because they do not have capacity to enter into contracts or hold assets.
It falls to individual members and trustees to do those things on behalf of the charity, at the risk of personal liability.
Charitable companies and SCIOs are examples of incorporated charities and they are proving popular in new charity applications, largely because they afford trustees better protection.
What to do if your constitution doesn’t give you the power to change
Whether to choose a SCIO or a company as the successor body
Applying to the Scottish Charity Regulator for approval
Documenting the transfer
Whether to choose a SCIO or a company as the successor body.
Scottish Charity Law is very complicated and complex including employment and volunteer services agreements are a must for any OSCR registered charity and charities can count on the Scottish Charity Law Specialists such as Scotlands premier charity law specialists Balfour+Manson as Dadscare does.
See more of what Balfour+Manson can offer your Charity or Group at: Scottish Charity Law Specialists.
About Balfour and Manson, Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
Their firm is headed up by Chairman, Elaine Motion, who is a member of the firm’s Management Board alongside four other partners.
David Short, partner and Head of Litigation,
Robin Hill, partner and Head of Private Client and Property,
Shona Smith, partner and Head of Family,
Robert Holland partner and Head of Employment,
John Hodge is the expert in Scottish Charity Law.