| Commentary

85.2 Interference by the court

| Commentary

85.2 Interference by the court

The court does not interfere with the execution of a charitable trust unless its interference will benefit the charity1. The court does, however, have a general controlling power over all charitable institutions2, and it can therefore enforce the performance of trusts and redress breaches of trust.

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