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The foundation shall have the following powers:
(1) To have succession by its corporate name in perpetuity;
(2) To sue and be sued and to prosecute and defend in any court having jurisdiction of the subject matter and of the parties thereto;
(3) To adopt and use a corporate seal and to alter the same at pleasure;
(4) To acquire by gift, grant, purchase, condemnation, or otherwise, and to hold title to, real or personal property, or both, together with all rights incidental thereto;
(5) To construct, erect, operate, and maintain one or more buildings for use by the Alabama State Bar;
(6) To lease and make available to the Alabama State Bar all or any part of the space in any of its buildings, with or without the payment of rental and on such other terms and conditions as the board of trustees of the foundation may prescribe;
(7) To lease, as either lessor or lessee and on such terms and conditions as its board of trustees may prescribe, any real or personal property;
(8) To employ such employees and agents as the business of the foundation may require;
(9) To accept devises, bequests, and donations; and
(10) To have all other powers necessary or desirable to accomplish its corporate purposes.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Virginia Code Title 19.2. Criminal Procedure § 19.2-327.2. Issuance of writ of actual innocence based on biological evidence - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/va/title-19-2-criminal-procedure/va-code-sect-19-2-327-2/
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