Monthly Archives: August 2019

Digital Signatures

First and Foremost, the use or acceptance of a digital signature shall be at the option of the parties. Under California law, certain types of contracts must be in writing in order to be enforceable. As per the Statute of Frauds and codified by California Civil Code §1624, the following must be in writing and signed by the party to be charged: (i) a contract involving the sale of goods $500 or more; (ii) consideration of marriage; (iii)  Contracts by the executor of a will to pay a debt of […]

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Restricted Donations

Churches, like all nonprofit organizations, rely upon monetary donations in order to carry out their basic functions. In particular, it is these donations that enable the church to literally keep its lights on. Similar to the article about members taking deductions for the donations they contribute; this article focuses on what the church may do with the funds it receives. Please note that this article does not address fundraising through Bingo or Raffles. Unrestricted Funds:  In most instances, a member simply donates funds to be used towards the general operations […]

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