Remedies and Standing under the C3 regime. . . . .
. . . . . Of interest to scholars and charity lawyers alike, The Public-Private Nature of Charity Law applies its unique lens both to traditional topics such as the public benefit rule and charity law's rules of standing, and to more contemporary issues such as the co-optation of charitable resources by threatened welfare states and the emergence of social enterprise. .
. . Kathryn Chan brings new light to the divide and reveals the way in which both public and private law inform charity law. . . .
Her careful study helps us to understand how charitable enterprises partake of the values and concerns of both public and private law, and to evaluate the strength and weaknesses of different approaches to the governance of charitable enterprises. . . . .
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. . . The effort is well repaid, however, as the book provides a provocative analysis of a number of issues lying at the centre of current debates about the status and future prospects of the charitable sector. Government influence over the definition of charity in Canada. .
. . . . . More recently, however, for charities reliant on public funding, governments have found ways of pressuring charities to align their work more closely with particular government goals or policies.
. . . . . . Mechanisms of co-optation: the creation of statutory charities.
. . Public Benefit and the Substantive Public Law-Private Law Divide 4. . . .