If I wanted to sell my contract to a friend/family member at a deep discount, and avoid ROFR, could I price it so high that ROFR passed it over; then refund the difference between the high asking price, and the deeply discounted price to the friend? Or is this illegal? I could refund the difference under the pretense that I was paying the friend for a service he provided, or gave it as a gift. Or would I have to explain to anyone the reason for refunding the overage? Couldn't anyone do something like this to avoid ROFR? I know it would take a leep of faith on the part of the purchaser re: receiving the refunded difference on the agreed to price. And when I die does my membership automatically pass on to my designated beneficiary, ie my wife or daughter? If so, does it keep all its benefits, or is it somehow stripped such that its more like a resale, that now has limitations? Or will it go on the resale market, and go through ROFR?