—(1) The Minister may make regulations for the purposes of this Part, including provisions —
regulating the conduct of commercial fund-raisers and commercial participators in relation to fund-raising appeals, and in particular —
prescribing the form and content of agreements between a charitable institution and commercial fund-raisers, commercial participators or any other persons conducting or participating in a fund-raising appeal for the benefit of the institution;
providing for the refund of charitable contributions or cancellation of agreements or undertakings made by donors in response to a fund-raising appeal, where notice of the donor’s intention to cancel the agreement, undertaking or charitable contribution has been given to the relevant fund-raiser within a prescribed period;
requiring commercial fund-raisers or commercial participators or other persons conducting or participating in a fund-raising appeal for the benefit of a charitable institution to make available to the institution books, documents or other records (however kept) which relate to the institution; and
specifying the manner in which money or other property acquired by such commercial fund-raisers or commercial participators or other persons for the benefit of, or otherwise falling to be given to or applied by such persons for the benefit of, charitable institutions is to be transmitted to such institutions; and
regulating the raising of funds for charitable, benevolent or philanthropic purposes (whether by commercial fund-raisers or commercial participators or otherwise) or the conduct of fund-raising appeals, including provisions prohibiting persons under a prescribed age from acting as collectors and prohibiting others from causing them so to act and determining the remuneration of the collectors.
(2) In subsection (1)(a)(iv), the reference to money or other property includes a reference to money or other property which, in the case of a commercial fund-raiser or commercial participator, has been acquired by him otherwise than in accordance with an agreement with a charitable institution, but by reason of any solicitation or representation in consequence of which it has been acquired, is held by him on trust for such an institution.