Are you talking about changing the land Registry deeds to the title to the club?
There is no formal registration of the trust required, it is simply a case of appointing the trustees by the appropriate deed.
No one has to use a solicitor. If you know what you’re doing, you can do it yourselves.
If you have previously used a solicitor and you have the deed of appointment, you could simply type the wording out on a new piece of paper and hey presto.
You would need two deeds: 1: for any retiring trustees (except in the event of death) and 2:4 appointing new trustees.
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The death of the trustees would be noted in the appointment deed. It just means changing the wording slightly.
If the outgoing trustees have not died, and the declaration in it is in effect a lie, it invalidates the trust deed anyway. Hence, there is no need to provide proof of the death.
Prior to 1989 the deed needed to be signed sealed and delivered. Post-1989 it needs to be signed witnessed and delivered.
Only 1 witness is required although 2 are preferable and they should both be unconnected to the deed. They could be members of the club though.
It isn’t necessary, no. You just need a deed for each change and just keep them all together. Each deed would refer to the previous deed.
Delivered means literally what it says. Handed over. In a legal context it means that it was intended to take effect. It’s like exchanging contracts for house purchase. You deliver the contracts to each other.
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