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Cases Charities

Simon Fraser v Canterbury Diocesan Board of Finance (2004)

Judgment Date: 28 Jan 2004

The trustees of an 1866 trust deed were entitled to the proceeds of sale of part of the site of a school since the land had reverted to the successors in title of the grantor under s.2 School Sites Act 1841, because there had been a cessation of the purpose stipulated in the trusts on which the land was donated for use as a school.

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R v The Charity Commissioners for England & Wales, ex parte Lynda Lucille Baldwin (2000)

Judgment Date: 07 Jul 2000

Although the trustees of an almshouse scheme had not invited representations from the applicant before setting aside her appointment as an almsperson, they had done just enough properly to inform themselves before making that decision. A decision of the Charity Commissioners in the exercise of their supervisory role was not amenable to judicial review.

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Private Client

Scott v The National Trust (1997)

Judgment Date: 21 Aug 1997

Applications for leave to apply by judicial review to stop the deer hunting ban on National Trust Land in Devonshire and Somerset and for injunctive relief.

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