- Standard 4: Conflicts of Interest

The land trust has policies and procedures to avoid or manage real or perceived conflicts of interest.


PRACTICE

A. Dealing with Conflicts of Interest

The land trust has a written conflict of interest policy to ensure that any conflicts of interest or the appearance thereof are avoided or appropriately managed through disclosure, recusal or other means. The conflict of interest policy applies to insiders, including board and staff members, substantial contributors, parties related to the above, those who have an ability to influence decisions of the organization and those with access to information not available to the general public. Federal and provincial conflict disclosure laws are followed.