By Vera Visevic, Partner
Your constituent document, which you would know as either your constitution or rules, is the document that governs how your organisation operates. It is a legal document and its terms must be complied with at all times. Like any long-term set of rules, your constitution should be reviewed from time to time (we suggest every two to three years). We have put together a checklist to highlight the areas covered by constitutions that are most susceptible to variation, and to which particular attention should be paid during any review.
The Mills Oakley Not-for-Profit and Social Enterprise team looks forward to discussing constitutions and related themes in more detail at their Breakfast Seminar on Wednesday 23 July 2019.
You can find more information about the Breakfast Seminar here.
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