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The restructuring / reorganisation of charities and their subsidiaries

The restructuring / reorganisation of charities and their subsidiaries

Many charitable organisations are established by a small group of people and with only limited means. In most cases, these charities may remain relatively small but in some cases an organisation might develop and grow in a manner that none of its original trustees envisaged.

As a charitable organisation expands, its existing structures might require modification so as to better protect the charity and its trustees against the risks incurred as a result its growth. This might include the incorporation of unincorporated charities but might also involve the establishment of new entities both charitable and non-charitable, in order to isolate risks and potential liabilities.

Our Charity Law solicitors have extensive experience advising both local and national charities upon their legal structures as well as providing advice upon the manner in which international operations might be established.

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Our team of Charity solicitors publish a quarterly newsletter covering the latest legal news and developments in the world of Charities and Social Enterprises. To find out more please visit the CSE News page in the Publications section.

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Our Charity Law Solicitors regularly write blogs on issues affecting the sector, click here to read our Charity Law blog.

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