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  • Sivesind, Karl Henrik (2018)
    The Register of Non-Profit Organizations, established in 2009, is intended to simplify the interaction between voluntary associations and public authorities by providing systematic statistics and policy-relevant research ...
  • Nadeem, Ahmad (2018)
    Individuals in Pakistan are free to form organizations, associations, foundations or any other type of nonprofits (Articles 15-17 of the Constitution of Pakistan). Several laws allow such registrations or authorizations ...
  • Beatriz Parodi Luna, Maria (2018)
    The acquisition of legal personality in Peru is possible through registration in the Public Registry office (a national entity), which checks the “qualification of legality” (content and formality) of the documents. The ...
  • Songco, Danilo (2018)
    The Philippine constitution guarantees the rights of individuals to form unions, associations, or societies for purposes not contrary to the law. There are also several laws and public policies that encourage the formation ...
  • Arczewska, Magdalena (2018)
    Polish law permits individuals to act collectively through unregistered groups or organizations. Article 12 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland from 1997 provides that “The Republic of Poland shall ensure freedom ...
  • Marques, Ricardo André Mendonça (2018)
    There is freedom granted by the Constitution of the Portuguese Republic that safeguards fundamental rights and freedoms. Freedom of Association is recognized in Article 46 of the Constitution provided such associations are ...
  • Farouky, Naila; Khatib, Haneen (2018)
    The Qatari Law of Associations and Private Institutions does not permit the operation of non-registered groups. The law is clear that philanthropic organizations must be registered and monitored by the Ministry of Civil ...
  • Lee, Hyung-Jin (2018)
    The law permits individuals to act collectively through unregistered groups or organizations. However, groups have to register in order to apply for and receive grants from the government. Furthermore, in order to provide ...
  • Miloslavskaya, Daria (2018)
    The Constitution of the Russian Federation recognizes the right of individuals to form organizations (Article 30). The Federal Law No. 7-FZ “On Non-Commercial Organizations,” determines the characteristics of the civil-legal ...
  • Matic, Natasha (2018)
    Individuals are somewhat free to form organizations. The process and laws have been improved (e.g. the new Law on Associations and Foundations, Royal Decree No. M/8, 19.2.1437H), in consequence, it takes less time and ...
  • SY, Dr. Mohamadou (2018)
    Individuals are free to form organizations. Government restrictions are very limited. The registration process is also clear and requires a limited amount of time and resources. However, the registration process is not ...
  • Antic, Aleksandra Vesic (2018)
    The legal framework governing POs in Serbia is comprised of the Law on Associations and the Law on Endowments and Foundations. The Law on Associations permits the formation and operation of unregistered groups, but ...
  • Tan, Eugene (2018)
    Individuals are free to form organizations, including POs, and there is generally little government interference with the types and purposes of such organizations during the formation process, save for those that relate ...
  • Strečanský, Boris (2018)
    The Constitution of the Slovak Republic guarantees the “right to associate with others in clubs, societies, or other associations” Article 29 (1) of the Consitution of the Slovak Republic, and in general, individuals can ...
  • Wyngaard, Ricardo (2018)
    South Africa has adopted and abides by the major treaties that protect the freedom of association, including, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, ...
  • Peñalosa-Esteban, Isabel (2018)
    Freedom of association is granted in the Constitution, Article 22. There are different requirements between the incorporation of foundations and associations. According to Article 8 of the Foundations Act (Ley de Fundaciones, ...
  • Vamstad, Johan (2018)
    There are no requirements to register POs in Sweden; anyone is free to start any kind of organization at any time. Organizations can choose to register with the tax authorities in order to receive an organization number ...
  • von Schnurbein, Georg (2018)
    Associations and foundations are the most common legal forms for nonprofits. Both can be set up by individuals without any government interference. For an association, registration is not mandatory and only two individuals ...
  • Ho, Meng-Han (2018)
    There is no specialized nonprofit law in Taiwan. The term of nonprofit organizations (i.e. philanthropic organizations) is defined according to the Civil Law, the Civil Association Act, and other special regulations (e.g., ...
  • Walwa, William John (2018)
    In Tanzania, the Non-Governmental Organizations Act (2002) is the main regulation for philanthropic organizations. Nongovernmental organizations are defined in the law as “a voluntary grouping of individuals or organization ...

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