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A recent case raised the question of whether an association could consist of a single person. Whilst the question might not seem to be of tremendous interest per se, it was in the case in point because the association had assets of more than £1¾ million.

One of the main problems for charities is finding people to help run them who have the particular skills needed to do so – such as financial or legal skills. The reason behind this is usually that such people are highly aware of the fact that charity trustees can be made personally liable for the losses of a charity in certain circumstances.


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