charitable gift

charitable gift
A gift for a charitable purpose; something given from the love of God or of fellowmen, free from consideration of self or of gain or profit to self. Hoeffer v Clogan, 63 Am St Rep 249 and note; in its broadest meaning, something done or given for the benefit of fellowmen or the public. Taylor v Hoag, 273 Pa 194, 116 A 826, 21 ALR 946.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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