150 Conditional gifts

Where a testator wishes to benefit a particular charity, but it is essential to his intention that the charity, in order to receive that benefit, should fulfil some condition (for example as to its constitution or method of operation), it may be appropriate to attach a condition to the gift. The condition may be either a condition precedent that needs to be satisfied at the date of death (or other specified date) before the gift can take effect, or a condition subsequent that requires the gift to pass to another charity if the stated condition ceases to

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