Charity is a status that can be attached to several types of legal structure. Lots of charities start life as unincorporated associations or trusts and, as they grow and develop, take a decision to incorporate, typically becoming a charitable company or a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO).
In this webinar Carla Whalen, Gareth Roy and Clare Garbett provide an overview of:
- why charities incorporate and how to do it
- governance, property and data protection issues that can arise when charities incorporate
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