Summons: In the Case of Attorney General v. Church Trustees (How Trustees Actually Contribute to Church Crimes) This Book Contains: ac The essentials to church bylaws, ac The legal defi nition a function of church trustees, ac How to get lOO% participation of church members, ac The Job Description of the pastor, ac The legal way to dismiss a member, ac The 10 most common church lawsuits, and ac much, much more! Prior to the sex-abuse scandal of the Catholic Church in the U.S., a lawsuit against a church was almost unheard of. Now they are one of the fastest growing areas of civil and personal lawsuits. Although no church is immune to accusations, there are many reasonable and practical ways to reduce the possibilities. This book deals primarily with church bylaws, which are incredibly insuffi cient and provide no meaningful protection from disgruntled members or even injured visitors. With properly prepared bylaws, church trustees no longer need to cover-up crimes of the church, but can actually avoid most of them. This book tells how.Before the recent changes in the bankruptcy law, which was lead by credit card offering banks, there was very little penalty for not paying debts. Merely declare bankruptcy and all is forgiven. Many pastors followed the way of the world.
|Title||:||SUMMONS: In the Case of Attorney General v. Church Trustees (How Trustees Actually Contribute to Church Lawsuits) Part 2 of 2|
|Author||:||ALLISON A. ROBINSON, M.D.|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-02-28|