O’Connor Solicitors have worked in the Charities Sector for over 20 years and have provided legal services to educational, religious and voluntary bodies in all areas relating to Charity Law. O’Connor Solicitors have worked extensively with Charities dealing with the Commissioners for Charitable Donations and Bequests and the Charities Regulatory Authority in registering charities and obtaining a charitable Revenue exemption. We have also advised in connection with obtaining the advice of the CRA for the disposal of lands held in charitable trusts and on the establishment of Charitable Deeds of Trust and companies limited by guarantee (CLGs). We have also advised in connection with Canon Law, where we sought the advice of the Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests (now the Charities Regulatory Authority) under Section 21 of the Charities Act 1961.
Thompson Reuters publish Guide to Charity Law in Ireland prepared by John C. O’Connor and Helen McGrath, O’Connor Solicitors