Backdating postage

01-Sep-2019 11:08

We will treat an application as “complete” when considering it for backdating, if we have received: We will treat an application as being “qualified for registration” when considering it for backdating, if the application meets the essential registration requirements in the Charities Act 2005.

If the organisation had to make amendments to its rules in order to meet essential registration requirements, we can only backdate registration to the date on which the amendments take legal effect.

The Charities Act 2005 enables Charities Services to backdate registration to the date on which it received a properly-completed application, provided the organisation is qualified for registration at that date.

The Charities Registration Board has the power, under section 20 of the Charities Act 2005 to backdate the registration of charitable organisations.

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The ACCC is inviting written submissions on the draft guidelines.

The ACCC has released draft guidelines regarding Part IIIA deferral of arbitrations and backdating of determinations for public comment.

The draft guidelines are proposed to replace the current version of the guidelines, which were published in 2007.

In a separate complaint, the Commission charged former United Health General Counsel David J.

Lubben with participating in the stock option backdating scheme.

The ACCC is inviting written submissions on the draft guidelines.The ACCC has released draft guidelines regarding Part IIIA deferral of arbitrations and backdating of determinations for public comment.The draft guidelines are proposed to replace the current version of the guidelines, which were published in 2007.In a separate complaint, the Commission charged former United Health General Counsel David J.Lubben with participating in the stock option backdating scheme.This means that the organisation will be treated as though it was a charitable entity at a date before the actual decision to register it.