Charity clauses—disposition and execution
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Last updated on 28/07/2020

The following Property precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Description of parties
  • Unincorporated charity (trust)
  • Unincorporated charity (unincorporated association)
  • Charitable company
  • Official Custodian for Charities
  • Incorporated body of trustees
  • Statement and certificates
  • Exempt charity—disposition
  • Statement for disposal (other than mortgage) of land by an exempt charity
  • Statement for mortgage of land by an exempt charity
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Description of parties

Unincorporated charity (trust)

[Trustee 1], [Trustee 2], [Trustee 3], [etc] all care of [insert charity's address] (in their capacity as trustees of the [insert name of charity]) (a charity registered in England under registered charity no. [insert number]).

Unincorporated charity (unincorporated association)

[insert name] [of [insert personal address]], [insert name][ of [insert personal address]], [insert name][ of [insert personal address]], [etc][ all care of [charity’s address]] (in their capacity as trustees of the [insert name of charity]) (a charity registered in England under registered charity no. [insert number]).

Charitable company

[insert company name] (a charitable company registered in England and Wales (Company No. [insert number] and registered charity no. [insert number])) whose registered office is at [insert address].

Official Custodian for Charities

The Official Custodian for Charities of the Charity Commission of [insert relevant Charity Commission Office] in whom the Property as defined in the relevant document is [to be] vested in trust for the Charity [as defined in the relevant document].

Incorporated body of trustees

[insert charity name], a body corporate under the Charities Act 2011, Part 12 of [insert address] (a charity registered in England under registered charity no. [insert number])

Statement and certificates

Exempt charity—disposition

Statement for

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Trust definition
What does Trust mean?

An equitable obligation (ie a duty imposed by the law of equity), binding the trustee to deal with property over which he has control (the trust property), for the benefit of persons (the beneficiaries), of whom the trustee may be one, and any one of whom may enforce the obligation.

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