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Inure

To cause or to result in. The word is most commonly used in legal documents, such as wills.
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If the organization has any income streams that are not derived from essential governmental functions or if there are joint ventures with high risk for private inurement, apply for exemption under Sec.
835, 838 (1980) (coining the phrase "the nondistribution constraint" to describe the doctrine of private inurement, which prohibits the distribution of corporate assets to insiders).
501(c)(7) organization uses its natural gas revenues to improve its facilities for its members without raising dues, this could be considered inurement.
Comm'r (26 TC 648 [1956]), love gifts paid directly to the founding president of a religious organization by individual donors, rather than through the organization, were not considered a private inurement but instead were treated as gifts by the court.
(109) The operational test is composed of three different parts: the substantial-nonexempt-purpose test, the private inurement test, and the private benefit doctrine.
"The (inurement) provision is designed to prevent the siphoning of charitable receipts to insiders of the charity, not to empower the IRS to monitor the terms of arm's length contracts made by charitable organizations with the firms that supply them with essential inputs," wrote judge Richard Posner in the opinion.
Federal tax law imposes an other-regarding orientation requirement by defining those entities eligible for charitable exemption as those in which "no part of the net earnings.., inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual." (23) Three important doctrines expand on this definitional limit: inurement, private benefit, and excess benefit.
"Private inurement" (230) has long been prohibited of
In addition to meeting the requirements imposed by the community benefit standard, a hospital may lose its tax-exempt status if it found to have permitted private inurement. (92) Private inurement occurs whenever persons having a personal and private interest in a nonprofit hospital receive benefits disproportionate to their contributions to the entity.
There are a multitude of issues that must be examined, from private inurement and unrelated business income to insurable interest.
The way we've used the term clinical integration, we've been thinking about the handful or so of major laws and regulations that inhibit hospitals and physicians from working more closely together and integrating their efforts--the private inurement from the IRS, antitrust laws, the Stark law, etc.
We are prohibited from doing so by what is called the Private Inurement Rule.