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Church of England Pensions Measure 2018

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41Provision of residencesE

(1)The Board may provide, maintain and manage homes of residence—

(a)for retired clerks, deaconesses and licensed lay workers and for their current or former spouses or civil partners;

(b)for surviving former spouses or civil partners and for children and dependants of deceased clerks, deaconesses and licensed lay workers.

(2)The powers under subsection (1) include—

(a)a power to assist others in providing, maintaining and managing homes of residence for persons of the description given there,

(b)a power to assist others in maintaining persons resident in such homes of residence, and

(c)a power to provide nursing care for persons resident in such homes of residence.

(3)The things which the Board may do for the purposes of, or in connection with, exercising a power under subsection (1) include—

(a)converting buildings or other land,

(b)constructing or improving buildings, and

(c)assisting others to do something mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b).

(4)The Board may act alone or jointly with others when exercising, or acting for the purposes of or in connection with, a power under this section.

(5)The Church Commissioners may make to the Board grants out of their general fund or loans for any purpose connected with the Board's functions under this section; and it is up to the Commissioners to decide the amount of a grant or loan under this subsection and the terms on which a loan under this subsection is made.

(6)A reference to a home of residence for a person includes a reference to a separate dwelling for that person.

(7)Nothing in this section authorises the Board to acquire, hold or apply any property (whether real or personal) for purposes other than charitable purposes.

(8)The Board is to be regarded as having always had the power under subsection (2)(c).

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