All charity trustees need to make sure they are fulfilling their legal duties as they look after the property owned by their charity. For example, the Charities Act will often require the trustees to obtain a specific type of surveyor’s valuation report if you are selling or renting out property. In addition, there are restrictions on property transactions between the organisation and a trustee or connected person.

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Articles & Resources on Trustees’ duties under the Charities Act