Family charter: short form, with drafting notes

This is an example of a short form family charter which is merely intended to be a useful starting point when preparing such a charter. The integrated drafting notes explain different or contrary approaches which the family may wish to adopt.

Family charters are not generally intended to be legally binding but advisers should take care that if the family adopts particular employment practices that they do not open themselves to discrimination claims.

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