| Commentary

209 Incorporation of trustees

| Commentary

209 Incorporation of trustees

An alternative to the use of a custodian trustee or the official custodian to hold the legal estate in charity land is to apply to the Charity Commission for the incorporation of the trustees of an unincorporated charity1. The effect of such incorporation is to make the body of trustees a corporate body, but not to incorporate the charity itself. It therefore has a number of administrative advantages.

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