The word “charity” is sometimes used interchangeably with the term “fund” and the word “institution” has become a shorthand term to describe the legal status of a legal entity.
In most countries, a legal foundation is defined as a body or organization established by a law, such as a corporation or trust.
However, in some countries, such the United Kingdom, the definition of a charity is somewhat more flexible.
If a charity entity has a legal status, it may be called a charity organisation, but it is still a legal person and therefore can be treated as a legal corporation or legal trust.
The charity is called a “chamber” or “organisation”.
Charities are charities because they are charities and therefore legal.
However there are also other types of charities, such a trade association, charity society, charitable organisation or community service organization.
Some of these legal entities have legal status and are not considered charities, but other legal entities do not.
A charity is not a legal institution in Australia, but in some other countries, legal entities are considered charities.
Legal entities can have charitable status, and a legal charity is one of the types of legal entity that has legal status.
Charities, trade associations and charity societies The term “charter” is often used interchangeately with “fund”.
However, there are some differences between the legal entities and legal entities that are legal and not legal.
In a legal body, the name “charters” is used to refer to the legal entity or legal bodies.
In some jurisdictions, this term “charters” is also used to mean legal entities, such companies, partnerships or trusts.
In other jurisdictions, “chars” refers to legal entities or legal entities not legal entities.
The term is also sometimes used to describe legal entities such as charitable organisations, trade association or charitable society.
Legal organisations in the United States are considered to be charitable institutions, but there are other legal organisations that are not legal organisations.
Legal institutions are defined as “an organisation or body formed by or for a legal purpose”.
In some other jurisdictions legal organisations are not deemed to be charities, and they can have legal charitable status.
Legal charities can be classified as charitable institutions or legal charities.
Charitable institutions and legal charities are not charities in the legal sense, but are also not charities.
The word ‘charity’ is sometimes seen as an abbreviation for “chambers”, “churches”, “temples” or other names that are used to designate legal entities but are not necessarily legal entities in Australia.
However a legal organisation is considered to have legal organisation status in Australia when it has a law-making power and has a duty to provide services and provide goods and services for people.
A legal organisation has a power to create and to administer a legal structure and it can perform that function for the benefit of people.
Legal charity organisations can be registered as charities, or they can be charities without having a law making power or a duty.
For example, a charity can be a charity because it has no law making powers and has no duty to administer its legal structure.
Charitably organised organisations can provide services to the public, and not only that, they can also serve as a means of self-help for those who are not able to provide for themselves.
Legal body organisations can also act as charities.
In the United State, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is a charitable organisation and its mission is to “advocate for the rights of persons to live, work, and practice their religious beliefs in a civil society free from government intrusion”.
In other countries the law is very clear that charitable organisations cannot be charities.
If you would like to learn more about charities, please see our Charities section.