The Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016 provides charities with additional powers to make social investments and clarifies the responsibilities of trustees when making such investments.

Oliver Hunt outlines the provisions of the Act and its application in the real estate context.

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Posted on 27/01/2017 in BWB Publications

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