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SUPREME COURT CIVIL PROCEDURE ACT 1932 - SECT 62

Proceedings relating to property subject to trust for particular charities

(1)  The Attorney-General need not be a party to, or be cited to see proceedings in, any proceeding in the Court concerning any devise, bequest, trust, gift, or other disposition made or created by any will, deed, or other instrument, or any oral trust, in favour of a particular charity, or concerning the administration of any property subject to a trust for a particular charity, or any other proceeding affecting a particular charity, except –
(a) in the cases mentioned in subsection (3) of section 56 , section 57 , and paragraphs (c) , (d) , (e) , and (f) of subsection (1) of section 58 ;
(b) where a scheme is required to be or has been settled for the administration of, or any rules or regulations are required to be or have been made for the internal conduct or management of, the charity; or
(c) in cases where the property subject to the trust is devised or bequeathed or otherwise given to, or disposed of in favour of, any particular charity upon any trust or trusts not corresponding to those upon which its general property is held.
(2)  It shall not be necessary in any case to have a scheme settled in respect of any property devised, bequeathed, or otherwise given to, or disposed of in favour of, any particular charity as part of its general property unless the property shall become applicable cy-pres .



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