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NAKIVUBO WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM TRUST ACT.

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   Section

   1.   Interpretation.

   2.   Extinguishment of existing trust.

   3.   Establishment of trust.

   4.   Establishment and constitution of board of trustees.

   5.   Chairperson of the board.

   6.   Proceedings of board.

   7.   Board to keep accounts.

   8.   Powers of board.

   9.   Vesting of property in board.

   10.   Board to discharge liabilities of former trustees.

   11.   Application of trust property.

   12.   Appointment and meetings of management committee.

   13.   Functions of management committee.

   14.   Validation of acts of former trustees.

   15.   Protection from personal liability of members of board, etc.

      First Schedule   Scheduled property in the freehold register.

      Second Schedule   Scheduled property in the leasehold register.

CHAPTER 47
NAKIVUBO WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM TRUST ACT.

Commencement: 20 August, 1953.

   An Act to establish a trust for the furtherance of organised games and to incorporate the trustees thereof.

1.   Interpretation.

   In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—

   (a)   "board" means the board of trustees appointed under section 4;

   (b)   "committee" means the management committee appointed under section 12;

   (c)   "former trustees" means the registered trustees of the Uganda Native War Memorial Recreation Ground;

   (d)   "scheduled property" means the parcels of land described in the Schedules to this Act together with all buildings and erections on those parcels;

   (e)   "trust property" means all land, buildings, rights, monies, securities, credits, effects and all other property whatsoever vested in the board or of or to which the board is seised, possessed or entitled and includes the scheduled property.

2.   Extinguishment of existing trust.

   From and after the 20th"> August, 1953, the trust hitherto existing relating to the Uganda Native War Memorial Recreation Ground shall be extinguished and the registration of the former trustees as a corporate body under the provisions of the Land (Perpetual Succession) Ordinance (now repealed) shall be void without prejudice to any rights, liabilities, actions, claims and demands then subsisting.

3.   Establishment of trust.

   There is established a trust to be known as the Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium Trust for the purpose of administering the trust property in such manner as to encourage the participation in athletic sports and games of organised bodies of the inhabitants of Uganda; and the trust shall be administered, controlled and managed in accordance with this Act.

4.   Establishment and constitution of board of trustees.

   (1) For the purpose of administering, controlling and managing the trust property there is established a board of trustees which shall be a body corporate by the name of "The Trustees of the Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium Trust" and by that name shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, and in connection with the purposes and subject to the provisions of this Act, with power to purchase, hold, manage and dispose of real and personal property and such other powers as are conferred by this Act.

   (2) The board shall consist of not fewer than seven nor more than nine members appointed by the Minister by notice published in the Gazette.

   (3) Each member appointed to the board shall hold office for such period as shall be spec

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