The Religious Endowments Act,1863
Section 21. Cases in which endowments are partly for religious and partly for secular purposes
In any case in which any land or other property has been granted for the support of an establishment partly of a religious and partly of a secular character, or in which the endowment made for the support of an establishment is appropriated partly to religious and partly to secure uses, the Board of Revenue, before transferring to any trustee, manager or superintendent, or to any committee of management appointed under this Act, shall determine what portion, if any, of the said land or other property shall remain under the superintendence of said trustee, manager or superintendent, or of the committee, and made payable to the said Board or to the local agents, for secular uses as aforesaid.
In every such case the provisions of this Act shall take effect only in respect of such land and other property as may be so transferred.