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115 Parish property.E+W

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(3)The council of any county borough or urban district and the parish meeting of any rural parish not having a parish council may exercise the powers of executing works in relation to parish property which are by paragraph (i) of subsection (1) of section eight of the M1Local Government Act, 1894, conferred on parish councils.

(4)Any expenses incurred by the council of a county borough or urban district in relation to parish property shall be defrayed as the council may determine—

(a)from the general rate of the county borough or urban district; or

(b)by means of a levy of an additional item of the general rate on the parish or parishes to which the property belongs.

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(6)For the purposes of this section . . . F4, “parish property” means any property the rents and profits of which are applicable or, if the property were let, would be applicable to the general benefit of one or more parishes, or the ratepayers, parishioners or inhabitants thereof, but does not include—

(a)property given or bequeathed by way of charitable, donation or allotted in right of some charitable donation or otherwise for the poor persons of any parish or parishes if the income of the property is not applicable to the general benefit of the ratepayers or other persons as aforesaid;

(b)property acquired by a board of guardians for the purposes of their functions in the relief of the poor.

(7)In the application of this section to [F5Greater London] references to an urban district shall be construed as references to the City of London and to a [F5London borough], references to the council of an urban district shall be construed as references to the common council of the City of London and to the council of a [F5London borough], and references to the general rate of an urban district shall be construed as references to the general rate of the parish to which the property belongs.

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