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Under a scheme made by the Charity Commission to appoint a sole corporate trustee of a non-incorporated charity, will land held by the trustees of the charity automatically vest in the corporate trustee? If so, does that apply to leasehold land where landlord’s consent is required for an assignment of the lease?

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Published on LexisPSL on 19/12/2016

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  • Under a scheme made by the Charity Commission to appoint a sole corporate trustee of a non-incorporated charity, will land held by the trustees of the charity automatically vest in the corporate trustee? If so, does that apply to leasehold land where landlord’s consent is required for an assignment of the lease?

Under a scheme made by the Charity Commission to appoint a sole corporate trustee of a non-incorporated charity, will land held by the trustees of the charity automatically vest in the corporate trustee? If so, does that apply to leasehold land where landlord’s consent is required for an assignment of the lease?

We are not aware of a specific authority which provides that the creation of a scheme to appoint a trustee by the Charity Commission will act as a vesting order.

In many cases, the trustees or those responsible for appointing new trustees will have the power to do so through the

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