atticus wrote:1. The terms of the sale from A to B.
There was no sale.
The Charity Commission said "you're disbanding and we don't agree with what you think your constitution says you should do when you disband so we're just going to give it to B."
2. B's charitable objects.
Would have been far better served by keeping the property and allowing it to be used than by the amount of funds they have gained.
I'm not sure I've got to the bottom of what "we" want, whoever "we" are.
"We" want the land put to the use to which it was intended by the people who originally raised the money to buy it for. Who "we" are is not really relevant (sorry).
I still think investigation by the Charity Commission is likely to be their best chance of getting this all looked at and appropriate action taken.
I believe they are investigating. I was wondering what they might be likely to do. Thank you for helping.
Take me to your lizard...