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A Measure passed by the National Assembly of the Church of England. To make provision for the transfer to diocesan boards of finance of the administration of sums from the common fund of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners allocated for payments towards the stipends of curates assistant clergy deaconesses and lay helpers, and in connection therewith to authorise the termination of existing grants payable for the purposes aforesaid.
[22nd May 1946]
(1)With a view to transferring to diocesan boards of finance the distribution and administration of such sums as may be allocated by the [F1Church Commissioners] for making payments out of their [F1general fund] towards the stipends of curates assistant clergy deaconesses and lay helpers, the [F1Church Commissioners] may in exercise of their powers under section sixty-seven of the M1Ecclesiastical Commissioners Act 1840 make block grants calculated in such manner as the Commissioners may from time to time prescribe to the several diocesan boards of finance to be applied by them (subject to such conditions as the Commissioners may impose), in making payments for such purposes as aforesaid in the manner appearing to the several boards best calculated to provide assistance where most required within their respective dioceses.
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(4)Nothing in this Measure shall affect or apply to grants of the [F1Church Commissioners] made in consideration of capital benefactions secured for the endowment of particular curacies or other ministries or to grants to curates in charge of conventional districts.
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This Measure may be cited as the Ecclesiastical Commissioners (Curate Grants) Measure 1946.
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