Removal of charities from registerE+W
34Removal of charities from registerE+W
(1)The Commission must remove from the register—
(a)any institution which it no longer considers is a charity, and
(b)any charity which has ceased to exist or does not operate.
(2)If the removal of an institution under subsection (1)(a) is due to any change in its trusts, the removal takes effect from the date of the change.
(3)A charity which is for the time being registered under section 30(3) (voluntary registration) must be removed from the register if it so requests.
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