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In setting up a new Charitable Trust to provide

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In setting up a new Charitable Trust to provide accommodation, can I state that it is for people over 55 years of age, in financial need, and who are residents or who have connections with a particular town or city? In addition, to provide accommodation as a specialist house provider for vulnerable adults with mental/physical disabilities and associated learning difficulties
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Buachaill replied 1 year ago.

1. When setting up a charitable trust, there is no difficulty in limiting the trust to a specified category of persons, such as those from a particular locality or over a certain age. This merely is a permissible definition of the category of beneficiaries. Similarly, it is perfectly permissible to limit the trust to persons in financial need. Also, a permissible limitation is to limit to vulnerable adults or those with learning difficulties. All are permissible objects of charity. Many trusts have limitations of the nature you have specified and they are perfectly permissible in law.

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