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Essential Guide to Copyright Law for Churches

Essential Guide to Copyright Law for Churches

Richard Hammar explains how to avoid copyright infringement.
Church Volunteers and Copyright Ownership
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ChurchLawAndTax.com

Church Volunteers and Copyright Ownership Subscriber access only

A case illustrates what churches own—and don’t own.
Sharing Space with Outside Groups
Church Finance Today

Sharing Space with Outside Groups Subscriber access only

Being listed as "additional insured" may not reduce risk of liability.
Church Law and Tax Report

Performing Copyrighted Programs at Church Subscriber access only

Be prepared to pay to play—unless an exemption applies
ChurchLawAndTax.com

Potential Damages for Copyright Infringement Subscriber access only

What penalties can a church face for violating copyright law?
Church Law and Tax Report

Whose Church Is It? Subscriber access only

California Supreme Court rules on ownership issue between national Episcopal church and local parish that seceded.
Church Law and Tax Report

Reversionary Clauses in Deeds: A Checklist Subscriber access only

Twelve items to understand about your deed.
California
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property and Denominational Ownership Subscriber access only

A California court ruled that a provision in a church's deed that required church property to revert to a denominational agency was legally enforceable by the civil courts.
Iowa
Church Law and Tax Report

Control of Property Subscriber access only

An Iowa court ruled that a local church that was experiencing internal problems did not enter into an enforceable agreement to transfer governance responsibilities to a denominational agency.
South Carolina
Church Law and Tax Report

Property Disputes and Bylaws Subscriber access only

Churches and denominational agencies can avoid church property disputes by adopting appropriate nondoctrinal language in deeds, trusts, local church bylaws, or denominational bylaws.
New York
Church Law and Tax Report

Determining Church Property Ownership  Subscriber access only

Most church property disputes are resolved on the basis of neutral principles of law contained in deeds, local church charters and bylaws, and denominational bylaws.
New York
Church Law and Tax Report

Legal Owners of Church Property  Subscriber access only

A New York court ruled that a parent denomination held title to the property of a local church that voted to disaffiliate from the denomination.
New York
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property Ownership Subscriber access only

A denominational agency was entitled to the property of a local church following a vote to disaffiliate itself from the denomination.
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property Subscriber access only

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court upheld the validity of imposing a trust upon the properties of affiliated churches in favor of the national church.
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property - Part 1 Subscriber access only

A denomination's governing documents prevented a church from disaffiliating from the denomination and retaining control of church property.
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property - Part 2 Subscriber access only

A church's deed that gave the prior owner of the church's property an option to purchase the property in the event that the church ever discontinued using it for church purposes.
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property Subscriber access only

A clause in a church deed limiting any future conveyance of the property to "Protestant evangelical churches" was not enforceable.
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property - Part 1 Subscriber access only

A church corporation that was reinstated after having been dissolved for failure to submit an annual corporate report to the secretary of state should be treated as a corporation.
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Property - Part 2 Subscriber access only

A Texas court ruled that a church had to be evicted from its property because its use of the property for religious purposes violated a "restrictive covenant" in a prior deed.
Church Law and Tax Report

Taxation—Church Property - Part 2 Subscriber access only

New York's highest court ruled that four parsonages owned by a church were all exempt from property tax.
ChurchLawAndTax.com

Reversion of Property to Prior Owner Subscriber access only

Know what your deed stipulates
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