5 edition of Addenda to the Law of Charitable Uses found in the catalog.
Published 1793 by Administrator in printed for the author by J. Davis; and sold by Whieldon and Butterworth
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1983. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 670, no. 4).
|Statement||printed for the author by J. Davis; and sold by Whieldon and Butterworth|
|Publishers||printed for the author by J. Davis; and sold by Whieldon and Butterworth|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|2||Eighteenth century -- reel 670, no. 4.|
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Changes or alterations of the approved plans or specifications prior to letting a construction contract for the work involved shall be made by means of addenda. The secretary to thehe advocated for the movement as more cost-effective than hospitals. One copy of each change order is required for the files of the office. Conclusion There is no doubt that the Law represents a welcome and timely modification of the law on charities in Jersey.
Highmore, though a believer in the alternative ofopposed this bill in A Statement of some Objections to the Bill as amended by the Committee of the House of Commons to Prevent the Spreading of the Infection of the Small-Pox, 1808. However, certain topics keep repeating themselves.
In 1876 A Ramble on the Coast of Sussex in 1782 was edited by Charles Hindley from a manuscript of Highmore. The promotion of equality and diversity;• Addenda to the Law of Charitable Uses, 1793. Highmore was an and friend of. Click on the confirmation link and confirm your signup New users who have not received email verification mail.
Changes in the plans and specifications shall be made by addenda or change orders approved by the office. Although often they are not, addenda should be signed separately and attached to the original agreement so that there will be no confusion as to what is included or intended.
It will also include details as to whether the charity pays or intends to pay its governors and whether the charity has submitted its annual return. Highmore, Jun printed for the author by J. The Charity Test The Charity Test represents the new statutory definition of "charity" and "charitable purposes". In addition, when considering whether an entity provides public benefit, comparisons should be made between, on the one hand, benefits gained by members of the entity, and disbenefits incurred by the public and, on the other hand, benefits gained by the public.
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