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Radcliffe Chambers ranked highly in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2023

We are delighted that Radcliffe Chambers and 19 of our members have been ranked once again in the Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide for Chancery: Traditional. Congratulations to our barristers and clerks for receiving such fantastic feedback, which includes “The barristers at Radcliffe Chambers are exceptionally well placed to handle complex matters. They […]

Problematic Purposes and Tricky Trustees – webinar and podcast

In this Junior Programme: Charities webinar Matthew Mills and Louis Grandjouan present on what schemes are, when charity trustees might need one, and how they can get one. As well as what charity trustees can and should do in a situation where a fellow trustee has lost their confidence, refuses to leave, and the existing […]

Issues in charity law, administration and litigation

Favourite Cases: Re Grove-Grady - Article by Francesca Quint

Join Francesca Quint, Joshua Winfield and Natalie Pratt for charities webinar, Issues in charity law, administration and litigation on Thursday, 4 February 11:00 AM – 12:10 PM. The webinar will consist of three sections and will cover charitable status: PINF – the public interest news foundation, when form affects function, and challenging Commission decisions. Cover charitable status: PINF – […]

Occupation of Premises by a Charity for Charitable Purposes by Clive Moys

Clive Moys features in the most recent issue of Sweet & Maxwell’s Private Client Business. The 80% mandatory non-domestic rates relief enjoyed by a charitable body in occupation of a hereditament is a concession of considerable value and importance – Local Government Finance Act 1988, s. 43 (or s. 45, viz. an unoccupied hereditament). Both […]