Commentary

50.2 Court’s general jurisdiction

CHARITIES AND CHARITABLE GIVING vol 6(2)
| Commentary

50.2 Court’s general jurisdiction

| Commentary

50.2 Court’s general jurisdiction

The High Court enjoys an inherent jurisdiction to appoint new trustees of charities1 (even where there exists a power of appointment capable of being executed2) and can appoint additional trustees under such jurisdiction3. The power does not, however, extend to the appointment of judicial trustees for any charity4.

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