| Commentary

55 Execution of instruments

| Commentary

55 Execution of instruments

Subject to the trusts of a charity, charity trustees may confer on any of their body (not being less than two in number) a general authority or a limited authority to execute in the names and on behalf of the trustees assurances or other deeds or instruments for giving effect to transactions to which the trustees are a party1. Such an authority2:

  1. 55.1

        is sufficient for any deed or instrument if it is given in writing or by resolution of a meeting of the trustees, notwithstanding the want of any formality which would otherwise be required;

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