| Commentary

35 The register generally

| Commentary

35 The register generally

The register of charities is fully computerised and is designed to be used by the Charity Commission for monitoring purposes. Each charity has its own registration number except that:

  1. 35.1

        in many cases of old-established local charities, schemes have been made to give them common purposes and trusteeship provisions, and they are then registered together under a collective title; and

  2. 35.2

        where two or more charities are linked through their objects or trusteeship, even though they are administered separately, they may be included at the direction of the Charity Commission under the same registration number1. This

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