Proposed Private BillNotice ID: GL1381140
Proposed Private Bill
The Patrons ofThe Royal Incorporation of Hutchesons' Hospital in the City of Glasgow, a registered Scottish Charity (SC001470) (the "Incorporation") incorporated under the Hutchesons' Hospital Act 1872 (the "1872 Act"), intend to introduce a Private Bill, the Hutchesons' Hospital Transfer and Dissolution (Scotland) Bill ("the Bill"), into the Scottish Parliament on or around 15 June 2018. The purposes of the Bill are to transfer the property, rights, interests and liabilities of the Incorporation to a new Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation ("SCIO"), to dissolve the Incorporation and to repeal the 1872 Act These changes will ensure the regulation and administration of the charity assets in compliance with modern charity law, but the essence of the charity's work will not change.
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