Incorporated institutions to which the Literary and Scientific Institutions Act 1854 applies1 which are not entitled to sue and be sued by any corporate name, and unincorporated institutions, may sue or be sued in the name of the president, chairman, principal, secretary or clerk, as determined by the institution's rules, or, if the rules are silent, in the name of the person appointed for this purpose by the governing body2. Any person having a claim or demand against the institution may sue the president or chairman if, on application to
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