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Nevada Revised Statutes Title 7. Business Associations; Securities; Commodities § 82A.210. Exemptions

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The requirement to disclose information set forth in NRS 82A.200 does not apply to a solicitation that is:

1. Directed only to a total of fewer than 15 persons annually;

2. Directed to persons who are related within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity to the officers, directors, trustees or executive personnel of the charitable organization or nonprofit organization;

3. Conducted by an alumni association of an accredited institution which solicits only persons who have an established affiliation with the institution, including, without limitation, current and former students, members of the faculty or staff, or persons who are within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity of such persons;

4. Conducted by a public broadcast organization which meets the eligibility requirements established by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting;

5. Conducted by a church or one or more of its integrated auxiliaries or by a convention or association of churches that is exempt from taxation pursuant to section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3), and exempt from filing an annual return pursuant to section 6033 of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. § 6033;

6. A charitable promotion, service or activity conducted or facilitated by a for-profit entity or business located in this State if:

(a) The sale of the goods, services or participation by the for-profit entity or business is incidental to the ordinary transaction of its business;  and

(b) The value of the goods, services or participation acquired by the purchaser or participant is de minimis;

7. Direct sales of tangible goods, items or services by a charitable organization or nonprofit organization in which the amount paid for the good, item or service is reasonably proportionate to the current market or face value of the good, item or service;  or

8. An application or request for a grant, contract or similar funding from a foundation, corporation, nonprofit organization, governmental agency or similar entity which has an established application and review procedure for consideration of such applications or requests.

Sec. 18.  (1) The director of the authority shall prepare and submit for the approval of the board a budget for the operation of the authority for the ensuing fiscal year.  Before the budget may be adopted by the board, the budget shall be approved by the township board.  Funds of the township shall not be included in the budget of the authority except those funds authorized in this act or by the township board.

(2) If the township does not impose a property tax administration fee as provided in the general property tax act, Act No. 206 of the Public Acts of 1893, being sections 211.1 to 211.157 of the Michigan Compiled Laws, the township board may assess against the funds of the authority an amount equal to the actual cost of collecting those funds, which amount shall not exceed 1% of the amount collected under the ad valorem tax levied under this act.

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