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donee

(dō-nē′) [L. donare, to give]
One who receives something, such as a blood transfusion, from a donor.
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Qualified donees include "a university outside Canada that is prescribed to be a university the student body of which ordinarily includes students from Canada".
These stated that making a gift to a body other than a qualified donee is grounds for a charity losing its status.
A power is effectively exercised if the donee manifests his intention to exercise it.
Current law allows an individual who wants to make a gift to transfer up to $13,000 per donee, per calendar year, free of gift tax and without the requirement of filing a gift tax return.
Under the current rate structure, the donees are likely to find themselves, rather early in the game, in the same top marginal-rate bracket as the donor, at which point the game stops being fun.
For contributions of property other than money, the taxpayer is generally required to maintain a receipt from the donee organization showing the name of the donee, the date and location of the contribution, and a description of the property, including the value of it.
In order to raise the presumption of undue influence, a plaintiff must show a confidential relationship between the donor and the donee and active procurement of the gift.
First, it provides a simple means of giving gifts to a number of donees of property that is not readily divisible.
Nor does the gross proceeds limitation rule apply if a donated qualified vehicle is sold at a price significantly below fair market value or gratuitously transferred to a needy individual in direct furtherance of the charitable purpose of the donee organization.
exemption) and is not limited to any number of donees, it is possible