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Church Funds Investment Measure 1958

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3(1)Subject to the requisite consents or directions mentioned in sub-paragraphs (2) and (3) being obtained, and subject also to compliance with the provisions of this Scheme and with such conditions as the Central Board may from time to time prescribe with regard to the length of notice to be given and the procedure to be followed by the Holder, the Holder of any fund to which the Measure applies may contribute in respect of that fund to an Investment Fund, by paying or transferring to the Central Board for the purpose of that Investment Fund cash or other assets of the fund, or, in a case where the fund is already vested in the Central Board, by appropriating cash or other assets of the fund to that Investment Fund.

(2)The consent of the Central Board shall be requisite to any contribution to an Investment Fund, and nothing in this Scheme shall limit the discretion of the Central Board to refuse to accept any contribution or to refuse to accept any particular asset by way of contribution.

(3)In a case where the Holder of a fund is, under the provisions of a trust instrument relating to that fund, required in investing that fund to obtain the consent of some other person or body, or to act on the directions of some other person or body, the consent or direction of such other person or body shall also be requisite for a contribution in respect of that fund to an Investment Fund; but this provision shall not apply to any consent or direction which by virtue of the provisions of subsection (2) of section five of the Measure is not required for such contribution; and in any event the Central Board shall not be concerned to see that any such consent or direction has been obtained.

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