Standing to Enforce Restrictions on Use of Charitable Gifts

, New York Law Journal


Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel's John C. Novogrod and Annie L. Mehlman write: As donors become more charitably minded and make larger, more significant contributions, they desire greater control over the administration of their gifts. Unfortunately, both common law and New York statutory law impede donor enforcement of the terms of their charitable gifts, traditionally providing standing only to the state attorney general.

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