Charities Act, 1961

Power of Board to certify certain charity cases to the Attorney General.

26.—(1) If in any case it appears to the Board desirable that legal proceedings with respect to any charity should be instituted by the Attorney General, the Board may certify the case, in writing under the hand of the Secretary, to the Attorney General, with such statements and particulars as may in their opinion be required for the explanation of the case.

(2) Where a case is so certified to the Attorney General, he may, if he thinks fit, institute such legal proceedings as he considers proper in the circumstances of the case.