| Commentary

156 Residuary gifts

| Commentary

156 Residuary gifts

A residuary gift for charitable purposes, being by definition of an unknown amount, should preferably be expressed in a reasonably flexible form to avoid the possibility either of initial failure or of an initial surplus. It is therefore unwise to set up a perpetual charitable trust of residue, unless it is known that the amount in question will be substantial.

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