Charities - a second look behind the scene
This, the second part of a two-part article on the operation of charities by Jennifer Emms and Sophie Wettern, discusses the duties of the charitable trustee and was first published in Private Client Business, a Thomson Reuters publication P.C.B. 2020, 6, 324-331.
The article reviews the range of legislative provisions that may apply, depending upon a charity's activities, the data protection and cybersecurity obligations, the safeguarding duties, the scope for statutory inquiries by the Charity Commission, the risks of trustees incurring personal liability, and the potential for disqualification.
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