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Charities Act 2006

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Charities Act 1993 (c. 10)

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113After section 19B (inserted by section 21 of this Act) insert—

19CCopy of order under section 18, 18A, 19A or 19B, and Commission’s reasons, to be sent to charity

(1)Where the Commission makes an order under section 18, 18A, 19A or 19B, it must send the documents mentioned in subsection (2) below—

(a)to the charity concerned (if a body corporate), or

(b)(if not) to each of the charity trustees.

(2)The documents are—

(a)a copy of the order, and

(b)a statement of the Commission’s reasons for making it.

(3)The documents must be sent to the charity or charity trustees as soon as practicable after the making of the order.

(4)The Commission need not, however, comply with subsection (3) above in relation to the documents, or (as the case may be) the statement of its reasons, if it considers that to do so—

(a)would prejudice any inquiry or investigation, or

(b)would not be in the interests of the charity;

but, once the Commission considers that this is no longer the case, it must send the documents, or (as the case may be) the statement, to the charity or charity trustees as soon as practicable.

(5)Nothing in this section requires any document to be sent to a person who cannot be found or who has no known address in the United Kingdom.

(6)Any documents required to be sent to a person under this section may be sent to, or otherwise served on, that person in the same way as an order made by the Commission under this Act could be served on him in accordance with section 91 below.

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