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Pastoral Measure 1983

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Property transferred to diocesan board of financeE

9(1)Where any property is transferred under section 31 by a pastoral scheme or order to the diocesan board of finance for disposal, the board may dispose thereof either as a whole or in parts and at such time or times as they deem right, and their powers shall include powers of sale, letting and exchange of land and power to demolish any building or part thereof so transferred.E

(2)The terms on which any such property is sold or otherwise disposed of by the diocesan board of finance shall be approved by the Commissioners [F1, except where the terms of the sale or other disposition would not have required the consent of the Commissioners under section 20 of the Endowments and Glebe Measure 1976 had the property been diocesan glebe land].

(3)Where a pastoral scheme or order provides for the transfer as aforesaid of any property to the diocesan board of finance for disposal, the scheme or order may provide for the application of the net proceeds of disposal (including net premiums and rents) or any part thereof towards the provision, restoration, improvement or repair of a church or a place of worship within the meaning of section 46 or a parsonage house or a house for a vicar in a team ministry or an assistant curate, but, except in so far as the scheme may so provide, the net proceeds shall be paid into the capital account of the diocesan stipends fund or into the diocesan pastoral account, or partly into the one and partly into the other, as the diocesan board of finance may determine or as the scheme may provide.

(4)Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, the diocesan board of finance may elect to take over and hold as part of their corporate property any property transferred to them as aforesaid for disposal, for such consideration as the Commissioners with the concurrence of the board may determine as representing the fair value of the property, and the amount of the consideration shall be applied, paid or credited as if it were the net proceeds of the disposal of the property.

(5)Where a pastoral scheme or order provides for the transfer of any property as aforesaid to the diocesan board of finance for use for diocesan or parochial purposes,

(a)the transfer shall, unless the scheme otherwise provides, be without consideration, and in that case no consideration shall be payable by a parochial church council in respect of the use thereof for parochial purposes;

(b)the board may appoint the parochial church council as managers or managing trustees of any property to be used for parochial purposes.

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