69Commission’s concurrent jurisdiction with High Court for certain purposes
(1)The Commission may by order exercise the same jurisdiction and powers as are exercisable by the High Court in charity proceedings for the following purposes—
(a)establishing a scheme for the administration of a charity;
(b)appointing, discharging or removing a charity trustee or trustee for a charity, or removing an officer or employee;
(c)vesting or transferring property, or requiring or entitling any person to call for or make any transfer of property or any payment.
(2)Subsection (1) is subject to the provisions of this Act.
(3)If the court directs a scheme for the administration of a charity to be established—
(a)the court may by order refer the matter to the Commission for it to prepare or settle a scheme in accordance with such directions (if any) as the court sees fit to give, and
(b)any such order may provide for the scheme to be put into effect by order of the Commission as if prepared under subsection (1) and without any further order of the court.