Gujarat Public Trusts Act, 20111. Short title, extent and commencement.2. Definitions.3. Charity Commissioner.4. Joint Charity Commissioner.5. Qualifications for appointment of Charity Commissioner and Joint Charity Commissioner.6. Deputy and Assistant Charity Commissioners.7. Subordinate Officers.8. Charity Commissioner and other officers to be the employees of State Government.9. Cost of pay, pension, etc. of charity Commissioner etc., to be paid to Government out of the Public Trusts Administration Fund.10. Delegation.11. Charitable Purposes.12. Public trust not to be void on ground of uncertainty.13. Public trust not void on ground that it is void for noncharitable or nonreligious purpose.14. Public trust not void on ground of absence of obligation.15. Public trust not void on failure of specific object or society, etc., ceasing to exist.16. Regions and subregions.17. Public Trust Registration Offices.18. Deputy or Assistant Charity Commissioner to be in charge of public Trusts Registration Office.19. Books, indices and registers.20. Registration of public trusts.21. Inquiry for registration.22. Finding of Deputy or Assistant Charity Commissioner.23. Entries in Register.24. Change.25. Procedure where trust property is situate in several regions or subregions.26. Stay of Inquiry.27. Inquiry regarding public trust not to be held by more than one Deputy or Assistant Charity Commissioner.28. Entries in register to be made or amended in certain cases.29. Copy of entries relating to immovable property to be sent to subregistrar, revenue and local authorities.30. Public Trust created by will.31. Notice of particulars of immovable property entered in register.32. Bar to file suits.33. Trustees of certain trusts to prepare budget.34. Maintenance of accounts.35. Balancing and auditing of accounts.36. Auditor's duty to prepare balance sheet and to report irregularities.37. Investment of public trust money.38. Alienation of immovable property of public trust.39. Powers and duties of and restrictions on trustees.40. Register of movable and immovable properties.41. Power of inspection and supervision.42. Explanation on report of Auditor.43. Report to Charity Commissioner.44. Power of Charity Commissioner on report under section 43.45. Order of surcharge.46. Power to Charity Commissioner to issue directions to trustees and other persons.47. Power to Charity Commissioner to issue directions in respect of medical facilities to poorer patients.48. Power to institute inquiries.49. Power of Charity Commissioner to sue, etc.50. Charity Commissioner to be Treasurer of Charitable Endowments under Act VI of 1890.51. Power of tribunal to appoint new trustee or trustees.52. Suits relating to public trusts.53. Consent of Charity Commissioner for institution of suit.54. Power of Charity Commissioner to frame, amalgamate or modify schemes.55. Suit against assignee not barred by time.56. Dharmada.57. Cypres.58. Power of the tribunal to hear application.59. Power of trustee to apply for directions.60. Proceedings involving question affecting public charitable or religious purpose.61. Provisions of Chapter IX to apply to certain endowments.62. Vesting or transfer of management of certain endowments.63. Committee of management.64. Term of office of members of committee.65. Disqualification of membership.66. Power of State Government to appoint new member.67. Chairmen and treasurer of committee.68. Meeting of and procedure for committee.69. Power of Committee to appoint subcommittees.70. Secretary and other officers of committee.71. Terms and conditions of service of Secretary and other employees.72. General duties of committee.73. Act and proceedings not invalidated by reason of vacancy or defect.74. Power of State Government to issue directions.75. Power of Charity Commissioner to require duties of committee to be performed and to direct expenses in respect thereof to be paid from fund of committee, etc.76. Management Fund.77. Power to supersede committee.78. Power of removal of members of committee and appointment of Administrator temporarily.79. Power to make regulations.80. Nonapplication of certain provisions of this Act to endowments.81. Public Trusts Administration Fund.82. Contribution by public trusts to Public Trusts Administration Fund.83. Penalties as recovery of contribution.84. Application of Public Trusts Administration Fund.85. Custody and investment of money.86. Penalty.87. Offences.88. Amalgamation transfer or division of trusts.89. Power to direct amalgamation and reorganisation of trusts in public interest.90. Cancellation of registration of amalgamated or divided trusts.91. Cancellation of registration.92. Direction by Charity Commissioner.93. Direction by state Government in case of default.94. Filling of returns by public trusts.95. Furnishing return by Charity Commissioner.96. Constitution of Gujarat Public Trusts Tribunal and appeals to Gujarat Public Trusts Tribunal.97. Appeal against findings of Charity Commissioner, and other officers.98. Revision by State Government.99. Review by tribunal.100. Officers holding inquiries to have powers of civil court.101. Power of Inquiry Officer to join persons as party of proceedings.102. Inquiries to be judicial inquiries.103. Limitation.104. Civil Procedure Code to apply to proceedings before tribunal under this Act.105. Recovery of sums.106. Charity Commissioner and other officers to be public servants.107. Recovery of costs and expenses incurred on legal proceedings by Charity Commissioner, etc.108. Power to finalise reconstructed record.109. Costs of proceedings before Courts including High Court.110. Costs of proceedings before Charity Commissioner etc.111. Cancellation of registration of public trust.112. Compensatory costs for frivolous or vexatious proceedings before Charity Commissioner etc.113. Court fees to be prescribed by Schedule.114. Bar of Jurisdiction.115. Indemnity.116. Trial of offences under this Act.117. Previous sanction of Charity Commissioner necessary for prosecution.118. Previous sanction of Charity Commissioner necessary for appearance.119. Power to make rules.120. Repeal and savings.121. Power to remove difficulty. Gujarat Public Trusts Act, 2011
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