—(1) Any order made by the Commissioner under this Act may include such incidental or supplementary provisions as the Commissioner thinks expedient for carrying into effect the objects of the order.
(2) Where the Commissioner makes an order under this Act, then (without prejudice to the requirements of this Act where the order is subject to appeal) he may himself give such public notice as he thinks fit of the making or contents of the order, or may require it to be given by any person on whose application the order is made or by any charity affected by the order.
(3) The Commissioner may, at any time within 12 months after he has made an order under this Act, if he is satisfied that the order was made by mistake or on misrepresentation or otherwise than in conformity with this Act, with or without any application or reference to him, discharge the order in whole or in part, and subject or not to any savings or other transitional provisions.
(4) Except for the purposes of subsection (3) or of an appeal under this Act, an order made by the Commissioner under this Act shall be deemed to have been duly and formally made and not be called in question on the ground only of irregularity or informality, but (subject to any further order) have effect according to its tenor.
[Charities Act 1985 Ed., s. 22]