| Commentary

7.1 Introduction

| Commentary

7 Further types of charitable purposes

7.1 Introduction

Most of the remaining purposes are types of charitable purposes that were previously recognised as falling within Lord Macnaghten’s residual category of ‘other purposes beneficial to the community’ in Pemsel’s case1 and have now been reclassified into distinct types. There is some overlap with charities for the relief of poverty and the advancement of education where a number of purposes that fell broadly within those heads have now been recognised as falling within a discrete description of charitable purpose2. A particular charity may well fall within more than

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