The legal definition of charities has been a topic under the spotlight in New Zealand in the last decade with the establishment and dis-establishment of the Charities Commission, and the register now being administered by DIA Charities Services. The definition can have significant financial implications hence it is import that it is well understood.
Charities legal expert Sue Barker will update us as to recent and on-going developments in this area and their implications.
We invite you to hear from Sue Barker, director of Sue Barker Charities Law, understand the changes and impacts.
About our expert presenter
Sue Barker is the director of Sue Barker Charities Law, a boutique law firm in Wellington specialising in charities law and public tax law. The firm was voted New Zealand's boutique law firm of the year at the New Zealand Law Awards in 2013. Sue worked for many years as a chartered accountant specialising in tax. Since founding SBCL in 2012, Sue has published a number of articles relating to charitable sector issues in New Zealand. Sue is also co-author of the text, The Law and Practice of Charities in New Zealand, published by LexisNexis.
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