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The Charitable Incorporated Organisations (Insolvency and Dissolution) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation: general

  3. PART 2

    1. 3.Application of the Insolvency Act 1986 to CIOs

  4. PART 3

    1. 4.Dissolution by Commission on application of CIO

    2. 5.Application for dissolution

    3. 6.Dissolution resolution

    4. 7.Notice to be given before dissolution

    5. 8.Application not to be made if CIO procedures not completed

    6. 9.Application not to be made if other procedures not completed

    7. 10.Restrictions following application for dissolution

    8. 11.Property received after making application for dissolution

    9. 12.Trustees to give notice of application for dissolution

    10. 13.Notice of application for dissolution: how to be given

    11. 14.Circumstances in which application must be withdrawn

    12. 15.Offences under the Companies Acts

    13. 16.Dissolution of CIO which is not in operation

    14. 17.Dissolution of CIO which is no longer a charity

    15. 18.Dissolution of CIO which is being wound up

    16. 19.Procedure for dissolution: delivery of letters and notices

    17. 20.Date of dissolution

    18. 21.Notice to be given of dissolution

    19. 22.Liabilities and powers unaffected by dissolution

  5. PART 4

    1. 23.Vesting of property to official custodian on dissolution

    2. 24.Disposal of property vested in official custodian

    3. 25.Power of Commission to specify charitable purposes etc.

    4. 26.Power of Commission to make vesting order

    5. 27.Disclaimer of property by official custodian

    6. 28.Effect of a disclaimer by official custodian

    7. 29.Disclaimer of leaseholds

    8. 30.Power of court to make vesting order

    9. 31.Protection of persons holding under a lease

    10. 32.Land subject to rentcharge

  6. PART 5 CIO

    1. 33.Restoration by Commission

    2. 34.Restoration by the court

    3. 35.Time limit for applying to court

    4. 36.Court order with directions

    5. 37.CIO’s name on restoration

    6. 38.Notification of restoration to the register

    7. 39.Effect of restoration

    8. 40.Property to vest in restored CIO

    9. 41.Accounts, reports and returns of restored CIO

  7. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      APPLICATION OF THE INSOLVENCY ACT 1986 TO CIOS

      1. 1.Application to CIOs of the 1986 Act

      2. 2.Application to CIOs of subordinate legislation made under the 1986 Act

  8. Explanatory Note

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