These statutory duties are owed by each director to the company and form the basis of what being a company director is all about. Link to Gov.uk.
Guidance on the law around fundraising and how the self-regulation system works in Scotland and rest of the UK. Link to OSCR.
This Guide looks at the main ways a charity can trade and what charity trustees need to consider. Link to OSCR.
It is a legal requirement for all charities to send a copy of their accounts to OSCR. What do you need to send?
Changes that need consent from OSCR, those that require notification, and others you can just make. Link to OSCR.
Discover the elements that, when handled properly, make for good governance in a charity or third sector organisation. Link to OSCR.
Voluntary or unincorporated association: a further guide to help you decide on the structure of your organisation. Link to SCVO.
To be a Scottish charity or a charity registered in Scotland your organisation must pass the charity test. Link to OSCR.
Guidance aimed at anyone who is considering setting up a charity, particularly those interested in becoming a SCIO. Link to OSCR.
An organisation can only become a charity if it meets the ‘charity test’, meaning that it must show it has only charitable purposes and benefits the public. Link to OSCR.