Consultation on Scottish Charity Law

Closes 1 Apr 2019

Consultation Contents

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Section 1: Publishing annual reports and accounts in full for all charities on the Scottish Charity Register
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Section 2: An internal database and external register of charity trustees
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Section 3: Criteria for automatic disqualification of charity trustees and individuals employed in senior management positions in charities
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Section 4: A power to issue positive directions to charities
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Section 5: Removal of charities from the Scottish Charity Register that are persistently failing to submit annual reports and accounts and may no longer exist
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Section 6: All charities in the Scottish Charity Register to have and retain a connection in Scotland
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Section 7: Inquiries into the former charity trustees of bodies which have ceased to exist and bodies which are no longer charities
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Section 8: De-registered charities’ assets and public benefit
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Section 9: The speed and efficiency of OSCR’s powers to gather information when making inquiries
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Section 10: The reorganisation of charities established under royal charter, warrant or enactment
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Evaluation
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