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Church Issues: Waivers and Release Forms and Church Liability

Church Issues: Waivers and Release Forms and Church Liability

What these documents do—and don't do—based on statutes and court decisions made nationwide.
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ChurchLawAndTax.com

Maintaining Safe Levels of Cash Reserves Subscriber access only

How much is enough?
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ChurchLawAndTax.com

Pastors and Church Finances Subscriber access only

Should pastors be in charge of the church's money?
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ChurchLawAndTax.com

Reporting and Reimbursing Expenses Subscriber access only

Can the church reimburse expenses from a different tax year?
Church Law & Tax Report

Sexual Misconduct by Clergy and Church Workers Subscriber access only

A Michigan court refused to recognize "breach of a fiduciary duty" as a basis for liability by clergy who engage in a sexual relationship with a counselee.
Church Law & Tax Report

Constitution, Bylaws and Charters - Part 1 Subscriber access only

A District of Columbia appeals court ruled that it was prohibited from resolving a lawsuit brought by members of a church claiming that the board of trustees breached its fiduciary duties by authorizing an interest-free loan to the pastor
North Carolina
Church Law & Tax Report

Church Members Sue for Breach of Fiduciary Duties Subscriber access only

Court rules that the First Amendment bars it from resolving the complaint.
New York
Church Law & Tax Report

Woman Barred from Suing After Five-Year Sexual Relationship Subscriber access only

A New York state law prevented the woman from suing the synagogue leader.
Church Law & Tax Report

Confidential and Privileged Communications - Part 1 Subscriber access only

Pastors who know that a meeting is being secretly tape recorded may be personally liable on the basis of fraudulent concealment.
Church Law & Tax Report

Confidential and Privileged Communications - Part 2 Subscriber access only

Clergy can be liable for disclosing communications shared with them in confidence to others without the permission of the counselee.
Church Finance Today

Investing Excess Church Funds Subscriber access only

A list of church investment do's and don'ts.
Church Law & Tax Report

Officers, Directors, and Trustees - Part 2 Subscriber access only

A federal court in Indiana ruled that the directors of a church subsidiary could be sued individually for financial losses incurred by investors.
Church Law & Tax Report

Sexual Misconduct by Clergy, Lay Employees, and Volunteers Subscriber access only

An Ohio court ruled that a church and denominational agency could be sued on the basis of negligent retention and breach of a fiduciary duty for the sexual misconduct of a minister.
Church Law & Tax Report

Sexual Misconduct by Clergy, Lay Employees, and Volunteers - Part 3 Subscriber access only

A New York court ruled that a church and denominational agency were not liable for the sexual misconduct of its senior pastor.
Church Law & Tax Report

Sexual Misconduct by Clergy, Lay Employees, and Volunteers Subscriber access only

A federal court in Connecticut ruled that a woman who had been molested by a priest when she was a minor could sue her church.
Church Law & Tax Report

Church Property - Part 1 Subscriber access only

A Pennsylvania court ruled that a denomination owned the property of a dissident church as a result of a trust provision in the denomination's governing documents.
Church Law & Tax Report

Securities Subscriber access only

A federal appeals court ruled that federal sentencing guidelines did not apply to a pastor who defrauded hundreds of persons in a securities scam.
Church Law & Tax Report

Officers, Directors, and Trustees Subscriber access only

A New York court ruled that the officers of a nonprofit organization violated their fiduciary duties and could be removed from office.
Church Law & Tax Report

Officers, Directors, and Trustees - Part 2 Subscriber access only

A New York court ruled that the officers of a nonprofit organization violated their fiduciary duties and could be removed from office.
Church Law & Tax Report

Sexual Misconduct by Clergy, Lay Employees, and Volunteers - Part 1 Subscriber access only

A federal court in Connecticut ruled that a woman who had been molested by a priest when she was a minor could sue her church.
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