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This book deals with the law relating to charities in all Australian jurisdictions and New Zealand. It includes such topics as the history of charity law in Australia and New Zealand, the privileges accorded by law to charities, the meaning of 'charitable purposes', the administration and enforcement of charities, the structure of charitable bodies, fundraising legislation, and future reforms in charity law.
Charity Law in Australia and New Zealand is written in clear and concise terms, and aims to provide comprehensive discussion of both case law and statute law (including regulations). It will be valuable for students, legal practitioners, and anyone involved in the administration or regulation of charities.
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Gino Dal Pont is senior lecturer in law at the University of Tasmania.
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