60 High Court may make interim order pending determination of appeal

(1)

At any time before the final determination of an appeal, the High Court may make an interim order requiring an entity—

(a)

to be registered in the register of charitable entities with effect from a specified date; or

(b)

to be restored to the register of charitable entities with effect from a specified date; or

(c)

to remain registered in the register of charitable entities.

(2)

The specified date may be a date that is before or after the order is made.

(3)

At any time before the final determination of an appeal relating to a decision under section 55, the High Court may make an interim order preventing or restricting the exercise of a power by the Board under that section.

(4)

An interim order may be subject to any terms or conditions that the High Court thinks fit.

(5)

If the High Court refuses to make an interim order, the person or persons who applied for the order may, within 1 month after the date of the refusal, appeal to the Court of Appeal against the decision.

(6)

If an interim order is made under subsection (1), the chief executive must,—

(a)

amend the register of charitable entities in accordance with the order as soon as is reasonably practicable after receiving the order; and

(b)

include a copy of the order in the register of charitable entities, unless the court orders otherwise.

(7)

To enable the chief executive to fulfil the duties imposed by this section, the Registrar of the court in which the interim order is made must send a copy of the order to the chief executive as soon as practicable.

Section 60(3): amended, on 14 February 2017, by section 6 of the Charities Amendment Act 2017 (2017 No 1).

Section 60(6): amended, on 1 July 2012, by section 16(1) of the Charities Amendment Act (No 2) 2012 (2012 No 43).

Section 60(7): amended, on 1 July 2012, by section 16(1) of the Charities Amendment Act (No 2) 2012 (2012 No 43).