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Le Don Laurens Baudains Trust

Published byOther
TypePublic notice
Date published
05 May 2022


(A body created by Letters Patent by His Late Majesty King James I in 1612 - the "Trust")

Notice is given of an application to be brought by the Trust before the Royal Court of Jersey on 20 May 2022 at 2.30 p.m. seeking from the Royal Court an Order in the following terms:

1. That the Trust be granted an acte of incorporation under Article 4 of the Loi (1862) sur les teneures en fidéicommis et l'incorporation d'associations (the "Law") under the name of "The Laurens Baudains Scholarship Trust Incorporated" to hold and administer the funds of the Trust in accordance with the terms of its constitution and in accordance with the provisions of the Law.

2. That the Trust be found, as a body incorporated by Letters Patent, to be a trust originally established other than under the provisions of Article 3 or 4 of the Law and so qualified to seek under the provisions of Article 17 of the Law the benefit of the provisions of Article 10 of the Law (among other things enabling it to seek the permission of the Royal Court to change its objects).

3. That the Trust be permitted, pursuant to the said Article 10 of the Law, to make certain changes to its constitution (of which changes the principal object is to allow it the same powers of investment over its assets as are enjoyed by the trustees of trusts created under Jersey law), to adopt the constitution as submitted to the court as part of its application for an acte of incorporation under Article 4 of the Law, and this on the grounds that circumstances have necessitated that this constitution modify in various respects the provisions of the Letters Patent as originally granted in 1612.

Fiona del Amo


Le Gallais & Luce

6 Hill Street

St Helier


Le Don Laurens Baudains Trust
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