Notice of Application for Approval of a Scheme Varying the Terms of a Will
In the High Court of New Zealand, Blenheim Registry
In the matter of Part III of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957,
and in the matter of a charitable trust created by the
will of Isabel Bursill, late of Blenheim, deceased, Presbyterian Support (Upper South Island), a body corporate having its registered office at Christchurch as trustee of the will of the said Isabel Bursill-Applicant:
Notice is hereby given that an application has been brought by the above-named applicant, which is the trustee of a charitable trust created by the will of Isabel Bursill who died at Blenheim on 6 November 1963.
The trustee is seeking the approval of the Court to be given to a scheme under Part III of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 providing for disposal of the trust property for some other charitable purpose, namely:
(a) The proceeds available from the sale of the Isabel Bursill Home, formerly conducted at Blenheim, be applied to establish a fund.
(b) The fund be invested by the trustee in such investments as the trustee is authorised by the
rules of the trust.
(c) The income and capital from the fund be applied to provide care and support, whether by way of
meals, transport, assistance with home and garden maintenance, and nursing or medical care for elderly men and women who do not have the financial resources to make their own provision for such care.
The date proposed for the hearing of the application by the High Court at Blenheim is the 4th day of September 2003 at 10.00 a.m.
Any person desiring to oppose the scheme should give written notice of his or her intention to do so to the
Registrar of the High Court at Blenheim and to the trustee, Presbyterian Support (Upper South Island), care of Crichton Loach, Solicitors, Second Floor, New Zealand Post Building, 2 Main Street (P.O. Box 614), Blenheim, and to the Attorney-General, care of the Crown Law Office, St Paul's Square, 45 Pipitea Street (P.O. Box 5012), Wellington.
Such notice must be given not less than seven clear days before the date of hearing.
Dated at Blenheim this 1st day of August 2003.
JAMES CRICHTON, Solicitor for the Plaintiff.