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The government has now laid before parliament an order allowing incidental non-commercial lotteries to be held at commercial events.
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McCall raised the prospect that a wide range of different charities may be legally required to re-evaluate their approach to carbon intensive investments.
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HMRC guidance on Gift Aid for partnership donations has changed.
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Employers could be liable for civil penalties.
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…but requirement to publish a statement will not apply to businesses with a current financial year ending before 31 March 2016...
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Rupert Earle and Rosamund McCarthy of Bates Wells Braithwaite and Helen Mountfield QC acted for Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust in JRCT’s appearance before the Divisional Court.
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Annual celebration pays tribute to the contribution of trustees and charities to society.
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BWB covers all the terms typically included for negotiation in a commercial lease, and for each term provides an essential checklist of key points for tenants to consider.
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