111 Power to determine membership of charity
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111Power to determine membership of charity
(1) The Commission may—
(a) on the application of a charity, or
(b) at any time after the institution of an inquiry under section 46 with respect to a charity,
determine who are the members of the charity.
(2) The Commission's power under subsection (1) may also be exercised by a person appointed by the Commission for the purpose.
(3) In a case within subsection (1)(b) the Commission may, if it thinks fit, so appoint the person appointed to conduct the inquiry.
Specified date: 14 March 2012: see s 355.
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