It is not unusual for startup organizations to be attracted to the concept of an unincorporated association, since unincorporated associations require little effort to form and are less costly to run than corporations.
It is one of the more interesting aspects of practising law that allows lawyers to consider the situation when two laws designed for different purposes intersect. Sometimes these differences can cause difficulties, but when used creatively they can be the key to solving difficult problems. One such intersection involves a gift given with a condition subsequent and the revocation tax.
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