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Bloomsburry Family law


Delivering effective policy on protecting vulnerable people: A conference organised by QMW Policy Seminars

Adequate protection for vulnerable people has been an area of concern and dispute for some time as a balance is sought to protect the vulnerable while enabling them to live as independent a life as possible. Anne Edis, solicitor, TEP and chair of Solicitors for the Elderly, provides a round-up of the day’s proceedings, the key issues of the day and the message for the future, that is, the need for mental incapacity legislation.

Charity law update

Douglas G Cracknell examines: human rights; sport; Finance Act 2000; VAT concessions; charitable bank; hedge funds; commercial partners; registered social landlords; SORP review; financial reserves; annual report; and finding trustees