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Reverter of Sites Act - extinguishment of Rights Meadowfield (Brandon) Parochial Hall and Tennis Court

Notice ID: BR3260107

Notice effective from
13th January 2017 to 12th February 2017

Reverter of Sites Act - extinguishment of Rights
Meadowfield (Brandon) Parochial Hall and Tennis Court
Whereas:- 1. By a Conveyance dated 11th April 1949 made between The Boyne Estates Company (1) and Durham Diocese Board of Finance (2) the site (and former buildings) of what became known as The Brandon Parish Hall was conveyed to Durham Diocesan Board of Finance as Custodian Trustee for the Parochial Church Council of Brandon St. John the Evangelist.
2.The said premises ceased to be used as a Church Hall in 2014 and pursuant to Section 1 of the Reverter of Sites Act 1987 a trust for sale has arisen in respect of the said premises.
Now take Notice:-
1.The Parochial Church Council of Brandon St. John the Evangelist proposes to make an Application to the Charity Commissioners under Section 2 of the Reverter of Sites Act 1987 for the establishment of a Scheme with respect to the property subject to the trust, which Scheme will extinguish the rights of any beneficiary under the Trust and will require that the property be held on trust for such charitable purposes as may be specified in the Order; the charitable purposes specified in the Order shall be as similar in character as the Charity Commissioners think is practicable in all the circumstances for the purpose for which the Trustees held the relevant land before the cesser of use in consequence of the Trust arose.
2.Any beneficiary who wishes to oppose the extinguishment of the rights should notify his claim in writing to QualitySolicitors Smith Roddam, 56 North Bondgate, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7PG no later than the 21st Day of April 2017 being at least three months following the publication of this Notice.

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