A Brief and Practical Exposition of the Law of Charitable Trusts: With Special Reference to the Jurisdiction of the Commissioners of Charities, Containing Also All the Charitable Trusts Acts, with Notes, and the Rules, Minutes, and Orders of the Court of Chancery and the Commissioners of Charities

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Page 124 - Act; and all such rules shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament within fourteen days after the making thereof, if Parliament be sitting, and if Parliament be not sitting...
Page 130 - Act shall not extend to indemnify any Trustee, Executor, or Administrator in respect of any Act done in accordance with such Opinion, Advice, or Direction...
Page 192 - ... such house, buildings, land, or property within one calendar month next thereafter, to his or her successor, or to the trustees or persons acting in the administration of the charity, or as they shall direct, it shall be lawful for any two or more justices of the peace acting for the district, division, or place in which such house, buildings, land, or property shall be situate, in petty sessions assembled, and they are hereby required, on the complaint of the said trustees or administrators,...
Page 140 - Act," used in the said Clauses and Provisions, shall be construed to mean this Act ; and the expression " the Promoters of the Undertaking...
Page 192 - ... given in England in such manner as justices of the peace are empowered to give possession of any premises to any landlord or his agent under an Act passed in the second year of the reign of Her present Majesty, intituled An Act to facilitate the Recovery of Possession of Tenements after due Determination of the Tenancy.
Page 165 - Museum, or to any friendly or benefit society, or savings bank, or any institution, establishment, or society for religious or other charitable purposes, or to the auxiliary or branch associations connected therewith, wholly maintained by voluntary contributions, or any bookselling or publishing business carried on by or under the direction of any society wholly or partially exempted from this Act so far as such business is or shall be carried on by means of voluntary contributions only, or the capital...
Page 169 - ... shall mean every endowed foundation and institution taking or to take effect in England or Wales, and coming within the meaning, purview, or interpretation of the statute of the forty-third year of Queen Elizabeth, chapter four, or as to which, or the administration of the revenues or property whereof, the court of chancery has or may exercise jurisdiction; the expression
Page 162 - London of the registrar of county courts judgments, where a copy of the proposed scheme shall be deposited and may be inspected, and every such notice shall require any objections to such scheme to be stated or transmitted to the said board or their secretary within one month from the time when the notice shall have been given.
Page 51 - June [1677] all declarations or creations of trusts or confidences of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, shall be manifested and proved by some writing signed by the party who is by law enabled to declare such trust, or by his last will in writing, or else they shall be utterly void and of none effect.
Page 134 - ... may, with the consent of the trustees or persons acting in the administration of such charity, submit to the said board a statement and proposal for such compromise or adjustment; and if it appear to the said board after such inquiry in relation thereto by one of their inspectors, as they may deem requisite, or otherwise, that such proposal, either with or without any modification, is fit and proper, and for the benefit of the charity, it shall be lawful for the said board to make such order...

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