Commentary

78 Management of land vested in the official custodian

CHARITIES AND CHARITABLE GIVING vol 6(2)
| Commentary

78 Management of land vested in the official custodian

| Commentary

78 Management of land vested in the official custodian

In general, where the title to land is vested in the official custodian for charities, he may not exercise any powers of management, and may not charge fees1. The charity trustees (or, in the case of a corporate charity, the charity itself) may, however, in the official custodian’s name and on his behalf, execute and do all assurances and things which they could properly execute or do in their own name and on their own behalf if the land were vested in them2.

The charity trustees (or

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