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The Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (Consequential Amendments) Order 2012

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Charities Act 2011

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62.—(1) The Charities Act 2011(1) is amended as follows.

(2) In section 80(1)(a)(other powers to remove or appoint charity trustee) after sub-paragraph (ii) insert—

; or

(iii)having previously been the subject of a debt relief order, has been discharged from all the qualifying debts under the debt relief order;.

(3) In section 178 (persons disqualified for being charity trustees or trustees of a charity), in subsection (1) after Case F insert—

Case G

P is subject to—

(a)a moratorium period under a debt relief order under Part 7A of the Insolvency Act 1986; or

(b)a debt relief restrictions order or interim order under Schedule 4ZB to that Act.

(4) In section 180(1) (disqualification: exception in relation to charitable companies), after “Case B” insert “or G”.

(5) In section 183(2)(b) (criminal consequences of acting while disqualified) for “or F” substitute “, F or G”.

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