PRACTICE

G. Contingency Plans/Backups

The land trust has a contingency plan for all of its conservation agreements in the event the land trust ceases to exist or can no longer steward and administer them. If a backup grantee organization is to be named in the conservation agreement, the land trust secures prior written consent of the backup grantee to accept the conservation agreement. To ensure that a backup or contingency holder will accept a conservation agreement, the land trust has complete and accurate files and stewardship and enforcement funds available for transfer. (See 11H.)