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Charitable Trusts “General Need To Knows” from the perspective of a new Trustee joining a Charitable Trust

Our Partner, Chad Danswan, was excited to be invited recently to join as a trustee of the Cambridge Community House Charitable Trust. He reflects on his recent appointment particularly with respect to the importance of understanding the purpose and applicable legislation which come with being a trustee and shares his thoughts to assist others who are not lawyers who may be on, or considering joining, a Charitable Trust.
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Discipline in amateur sports clubs

Volunteering to be an administrator of an amateur sports club can be very fulfilling, but it can also be very stressful and confusing. This is especially when you are called upon to deal with internal disputes within the club or disciplinary issues involving members. This article will help guide administrators on how to approach disputes or disciplinary issues either within the club or with outside parties.
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Becoming a trustee of a charitable trust

Acting as a trustee of a charitable trust can be a privilege but it always carries with it a range of legal obligations. If you are asked to become a trustee of a charity, it is important that you understand your legal obligations before you accept your appointment. This article provides a general overview of those obligations.
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Health and Safety obligations for Clubs, Societies and Charitable Trusts

Employers have significant obligations to protect the health and safety of their employees and others affected by their activities. But what are the health and safety obligations of not-for-profit organisations like sports clubs and charities? This article summarises the legal obligations of not-for-profit organisations.
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