New proposed Governance requirements for all ACNC registered Charities

by Andrew Lind on 15 June, 12

One of the major Charity and Not for Profit reform agenda items are proposed new Governance requirements for all ACN registered Charities (whatever their legal form).

So whether your Charity is an Unincorporated Association; Incorporated Association (under State law); a Charitable Trust; a Letters Patent body; or a Company Limited by Guarantee these new Governance requirements are intended to apply to you from 1 July 2013.

I recently presented a paper of these requirements to the annual CMA Conference in Melbourne. Read the paper in the Legal Resource Centre of the Corney & Lind web site: http://www.corneyandlind.com.au/resource-centre/not-for-profit/charity-tax-reform-ubit/cma-conference-2012-governance-links/

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