Overseers of the Savoy v Art Union of London Limited: QBD 1894

AL Smith LJ considered the objects of the company: ‘If the other object be only a means to the one end . . then the Society has a sole and exclusive object and not another object subsidiary thereto’.
AL Smith LJ
[1894] 2 QB 609
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedRoyal College of Nursing v Borough of St Marylebone CA 27-Oct-1959
The College sought exemption from rates in respect of a nurses’ home saying that its objects made it a charitable organisation. It was not conducted for profit, but appeared to have two main purposes.
Held: Each of the purposes must be . .

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Updated: 27 February 2021; Ref: scu.276467