Commentary

62 Remuneration of trustees and others

CHARITIES AND CHARITABLE GIVING vol 6(2)
| Commentary

62 Remuneration of trustees and others

| Commentary

62 Remuneration of trustees and others

The general rule of equity precludes any trustee, including a trustee of a charity, from receiving remuneration, whether for acting as a trustee as such or for work undertaken for the trust of which he is a trustee, unless there is express authority in the trusts or conferred by the court or the Charity Commission1. This has been altered by statute. The Secretary of State is empowered by the Trustee Act 2000 to make regulations to provide for the remuneration both of the trustees of charitable trusts which are trust corporations or act in

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