Commentary

50.3 Jurisdiction under the Trustee Act 1925

CHARITIES AND CHARITABLE GIVING vol 6(2)
| Commentary

50.3 Jurisdiction under the Trustee Act 1925

| Commentary

50.3 Jurisdiction under the Trustee Act 1925

The court may, whenever it is expedient to appoint a new trustee or trustees, and it is found inexpedient, difficult or impracticable to do so without the court’s assistance, make an order appointing a new trustee or trustees either in substitution for, or in addition to, any existing trustee or trustees, or although there is no existing trustee1. Examples of occasions for the exercise of the court’s powers are where:

  1. 50.3.1

        the old trustees of a charity have died2;

  2. 50.3.2

        a corporate trustee is in liquidation or has

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