Corporations Code §7142. Remedy A Breach of the Charitable Trust.
(a) Notwithstanding Section 7141, in the case of a corporation holding assets in charitable trust, any of the following may bring an action to enjoin, correct, obtain damages for or to otherwise remedy a breach of the charitable trust:
(1) The corporation, or a member in the name of the corporation pursuant to Section 7710.
(2) An officer of the corporation.
(3) A director of the corporation.
(4) A person with a reversionary, contractual, or property interest in the assets subject to such charitable trust.
(5) The Attorney General, or any person granted relator status by the Attorney General.The Attorney General shall be given notice of any action brought by the persons specified in paragraphs (1) through (4), and may intervene.
(b) In an action under this section, the court may not rescind or enjoin the performance of a contract unless:
(1) All of the parties to the contract are parties to the action; or
(Amended by Stats. 1979, Ch. 724.)
(2) No party to the contract has, in good faith, and without actual notice of the trust restriction, parted with value, under the contract or in reliance upon it; and
(3) It is equitable to do so.