Poverty: an essential element in charity after all?
Cambridge Law Journal
Cambridge University Press (CUP) for University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law
In 1951, an argument that schools should be charitable only if they offer free or reduced tuition was dismissed by the court as a “startling proposition”.1 Yet, in 2010, an independent school was assured of its charitable status only when it agreed to offer means-tested bursaries.2 So did the law change with the Charities Act 2006 (‘the Act’)?
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Vol. 70 (3), pp. 649 - 668