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Vaughan's Charity (Administration) Act (Northern Ireland) 1954

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Appointment, etc., of the new trusteesN.I.

7(1)As soon as practicable after the sale referred to in Article 2(1) has been effected there shall be established a new body of administrative trustees to administer the trusts of this Scheme, to be known as the Trustees of the Vaughan Charity, consisting of three nominated trustees of whom one shall be appointed by the Ministry, one by the Ministry of Agriculture, and one by the Ministry of Education and two representative trustees to be appointed by the nominated trustees. One of the representative trustees shall represent the farmers in the County and the other shall represent the young farmers in the County.N.I.

(2)A nominated trustee may be removed from office at any time by the Ministry which appointed him but otherwise shall, subject to the provisions of this Scheme, hold office in accordance with the terms of his appointment. Subject to the provisions of this Scheme a representative trustee shall hold office for three years from the date of his appointment. A nominated trustee or a representative trustee whose term of office has expired shall be eligible for re-appointment.

(3)The trustees shall at their first meeting and thereafter at their first meeting in each year commencing 1st January elect a chairman from among their members.

8N.I.There shall be kept by the new trustees a book in which shall be entered the names of the trustees, the date of appointment, being the date of the letter from the appointing body, and the name of the appointing body, and any extract from the book duly certified by the chairman and the clerk to the trustees shall be evidence of the appointment.

9N.I.A trustee who communicates in writing to the trustees his wish to resign, or who shall not attend a meeting of the new trustees during a consecutive period of one year, or who ceases to reside in Northern Ireland, or who is adjudicated a bankrupt or becomes incapable of acting shall cease to be a trustee.

10N.I.A trustee shall not be entitled to any salary or emolument out of the Trust Fund, and if appointed to any paid office or employment under this Scheme, shall be deemed to have resigned; provided, however, that the new trustees may up to such amount as may be approved by the Ministry be paid from the income to the Trust Fund for any reasonable expenses to which they may be put in respect of travelling and subsistence.

Arts. 11, 12 spent

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