Charity Million Dollar Home Raffles in California and The Ten Percent (10%) Rule Attorneys Must Advise Non-Profit Clients To Adhere To

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There is a set of complex rules that Charity and Non-Profit Organization Attorneys must convey to charity organization clients seeking to hold a charity raffle. In vogue today are charity million dollar home raffles. If the charity does not follow the rules set forth by the California legislature governing such raffles and follow proper legal advice for disclosures to potential buyers of raffle tickets, a charity can find itself not only under scrutiny by the Attorney General’s office, but also under attack by the purchasers of raffle tickets as having been misled. This article seeks to explain some of the difficulties faced by charities holding such raffles as well as poker tournaments.

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