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Have you ever been subject to a decision,order or direction of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland?

If yes, then you need to contact us as soon as possible. It is our information that the Commission may have issued orders, directions and decisions without lawful authority. These decisions etc may have included your denial of registration as a charity.
Please contact Probity at www.probityaacni.uk or Click here  Your opportunity is time limited for referral to the court system, so you need to act now.

Personal Independence Payment

Personal Independence Payment Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit for people aged 16 to 64 with a long-term helath condition or disability.  It will gradually replace Disability Living allowance (DLA), except for children under 16. Find out more about PIP, who can get it, when you can claim and what happens if you're already getting DLA. If you want to speak to someone about how to make an application or how you will be affected, you can phone the independent welfare changes helpline for free on 0808 802 0020 or contact Probity at www.probityaacni.uk or Click here
How Personal Independence Payment will affect you if you're getting Disability Living Allowance
If you have a health condition or disability which means you have daily are needs or difficulty getting around, you may be getting Disability Living Allowance (DLA). From 20 June 2016 DLA will gradually be replaced by PIP. This page explains more about which existing disability benefits will be replaced by PI…

Attorney General V The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland

A little known case was heard recently in the High Court in Belfast. Little known but with significant implications for the Charity Sector in Northern Ireland. The case was taken by the Attorney General against the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland. The circumstances relate back to a finding of the Charity Tribunal on the 24th March 2015 in William Allen & The Charity Commission . The case focused on statutory construction, specifically  the Tribunal drew attention to the contents of the Table in Schedule 3 to the 2008 Order, and specifically that part which makes provision as to who are the persons who may challenge a decision to institute a statutory inquiry: The table relates;  The persons are (a) the persons who have control or management of the institution, and (b) (if a body corporate) the institution itself. The decision of the Tribunal is a well thought out argument and grounds its determination in the fact that the Act shows that no other interpretation may be possible…