Associational-Standing Doctrine

Associational-Standing Doctrine

Definition

Also called the representational-standing doctrine, holds that an organization has standing if its members would have standing, if the interests the organization asserts are related to its purpose, and if neither the claim nor the remedy requires the participation of individual members.

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