The Technical and Industrial Institutions Act 1892 facilitates the acquisition of land by any institution established1 for effecting all or any of the following purposes:
(1) giving technical instruction;
(2) providing the training, mental or physical, necessary for it;
(3) in connection with those purposes, providing workshops, tools, scientific apparatus and plant of all kinds, libraries, reading rooms, halls for lectures, exhibitions and meetings, gymnasiums and swimming baths, general facilities for mental and physical training, recreation and amusement, and all necessary and proper accommodation for persons frequenting the institution2.
The governing body of the institution may be any body corporate,
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