Federal Regulation of Charities: A Critical Assessment of Recent Proposals for Legislative and Regulatory Reform

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Federal Regulation of Charities: A Critical Assessment of Recent Proposals for Legislative and Regulatory Reform

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The purpose of this 122 page study is to critically examine the options for regulatory reforms that have been presented in various reports and studies. In particular, the proposal for the establishment of an independent, quasi-judicial charity commission, as well as the Broadbent Report’s recommendation of a VSC, are considered in some detail. The various other proposals for legislative reform presented in Working Together are also be considered and evaluated.

ISBN

9781550143980

Publication Date

2000

Publisher

York University Centre for Public Law and Public Policy

City

Toronto

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Bibliographic Citation
Monahan, Patrick, and Elie S. Roth. Federal Regulation of Charities: A Critical Assessment of Recent Proposals for Legislative and Regulatory Reform. Toronto, ON: York University Centre for Public Law and Public Policy, 2000. Print.

Federal Regulation of Charities: A Critical Assessment of Recent Proposals for Legislative and Regulatory Reform

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