| Commentary

140 Central register

| Commentary

140 Central register

The central register of charities maintained by the Charity Commission, which was computerised in 1991, contains the names and other details of charities which are required to be registered and those which have been registered voluntarily1. The register is an invaluable tool for checking the correct name and address of a charity which a testator wishes to benefit by will, and for discovering the present whereabouts of a charity of which insufficient or out-of-date details have been given in a will which has been admitted to probate. Enquiries about charities on the register are dealt

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