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Church Funds Investment Measure 1958

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8 Definitions.E

In this Measure—

  • The Central Board” means the Central Board of Finance of the Church of England, but includes in sections three, five, six and seven any body substituted for that Board pursuant to paragraph 17 of the Scheduled Scheme;

  • Church Educational Endowment” means an educational endowment which includes among the purposes for which it has been made applicable or is applied instruction in religious knowledge according to the faith and practice of the Church of England; and for this purpose the expression “educational endowment” means an endowment or any part of an endowment which, or the income whereof, has been made applicable or is applied for the purposes of education, whether the same has been made so applicable by the original instrument of foundation or by any subsequent Act of Parliament, Measure, letters patent, decree, scheme, order, instrument, or other authority;

  • Deposit Fund” means any Deposit Fund constituted by or pursuant to the Scheduled Scheme;

  • Diocesan Authority” means a Diocesan Board of Finance, including any existing or future body exercising the functions of a Diocesan Board of Finance for the purposes of the M1Diocesan Boards of Finance Measure 1925 and any body appointed by a Diocesan Conference to act as Trustees of any Diocesan trust property;

  • Investment Fund” means any Investment Fund constituted by or pursuant to the Scheduled Scheme;

  • The Scheduled Scheme” means the Scheme contained in the Schedule to this Measure;

  • Trust instrument” means any Act of Parliament, Measure, trust deed, letters patent, decree, scheme, order or other instrument or authority affecting the administration of a fund to which this Measure applies.

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