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Section 14 – The Religious Endowments Act,1863

The Religious Endowments Act,1863

Section 14. Persons interested may singly sue in case of breach of trust, etc

Any person or persons interested in any mosque, temple or religious establishment, or in the performance of the worship or of the service thereof, or the trusts relating thereto, may, without joining as plaintiff any of the other persons interested therein sue before the Civil Court the trustee, manager or superintendent of such mosque, temple or religious establishment or the member of any committee appointed under this Act, for any misfeasance, breach of trust or neglect of duty, committed, by such trustee, manager, superintendent or member of such committee, in respect of the trusts vested in, or confined to them respectively; and the Civil Court may direct the specific performance of any act by such trustee, manager, superintendent of member of a committee, and may decree damages and costs against such trustee, manager, superintendent or member of a committee, and may also direct the removal of such trustee, manager, superintendent or member of a committee.

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