Two years ago, we criticized the N.J. Attorney General’s Office for its delay in reviewing charitable gifts. We cited a recorded telephone answer from the office that said the review process took nine months and we referenced an 11-month delay in a mundane review matter. We noted that a single paralegal was assigned to the review process for all of New Jersey and that delay prevented charities from using gifted funds. We concluded that the egregious delay was not in the public interest and recommended that charitable gifts not be reviewed in a nonlitigation context, at least where recipient charities are represented by counsel.
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