An unincorporated association cannot ownland because it is not an entity.
Therefore if the charity is an unincorporated association, it has to be in the name of Trustees.
What that says is that the trustee cannot buy land from the charity. Where it falls down of course is that he could retire as a trustee and then buy it.
If the charity wants to buy the land, then it can be purchased by the trustees on behalf of the charity or if the charity is a limited company it could buy the land in its own right or it could become a limited company and then by the land.
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