146 Specific gifts

A testator may decide to make a gift of specific property of some kind to a charity. Examples are gifts of land or buildings which are particularly suited to use for the charity’s purposes, or are given for the purpose of being preserved in accordance with the charity’s objects, or objects suitable for display in a museum or other premises belonging to a charity. Gifts in specie should not normally be made without prior consultation with the charity, because the charity will need to make arrangements for the accommodation, maintenance and insurance of the property bequeathed, and

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