In states such as Florida and North Dakota, a contract is not champertous unless the champertor, acting as an "officious intermeddler," provoked or guided the suit.
Section 6(d) limits the champertor's standing in the suit to having an enforceable claim for a portion of the judgment after the fact.
Champerty laws seek to deter frivolous claims by eliminating the economic incentives to promote frivolous claims, that is, by denying champertors their share of the litigation proceeds.
(72) See Radin, supra note 55, at 71 ("If we dealt with this as a matter of abstract logic, it would be hard to justify the objection to champerty either in the case of lay champertors or lawyers.").