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Submisson on external conduct standards for charities

Submisson on external conduct standards for charities

By Commercial Law Section

Advocacy Legislation 


The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has provided comments on the external conduct standards for charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

In its submission, the LIV raises concerns about the implications of some of the proposed amendments, including the requirement for charities to comply with certain Australian laws it argues charities are already subject to.

The LIV has also pointed out that the standards for money laundering and terrorism financing place an unreasonable burden on charities.

Read the submission here (PDF).


Commercial Law Section


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