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§  54-a.  Rector;  vicar;  ministers;  their  appointment, removal and  compensation. The rector or vicar or other ministers of any such church,  by whatever title they are called in ecclesiastical language,  shall  be  called, settled or removed and their salaries fixed, only by the vote of  a  majority of the members of such corporation duly qualified to vote at  elections  present  and  voting  at  a  meeting  of   such   corporation  specifically  called  for  that  purpose,  subject to the consent of the  ecclesiastical administrator of Patriarchal Synod, given in writing.   A  rector  or  vicar  or other minister so called, with the sanction of the  archbishop in writing,  shall  be  deemed  settled  definitely  in  such  church,  when  he  has  accepted  such  call in writing. Unless there is  sufficient cause to terminate the relationship  of  such  clergyman  and  such  church  such  relationship  shall be deemed permanent and governed  entirely by the rules and usages of the  American  Patriarchal  Orthodox  Church, subject to the patriarch.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rco > Article-3-c > 54-a

§  54-a.  Rector;  vicar;  ministers;  their  appointment, removal and  compensation. The rector or vicar or other ministers of any such church,  by whatever title they are called in ecclesiastical language,  shall  be  called, settled or removed and their salaries fixed, only by the vote of  a  majority of the members of such corporation duly qualified to vote at  elections  present  and  voting  at  a  meeting  of   such   corporation  specifically  called  for  that  purpose,  subject to the consent of the  ecclesiastical administrator of Patriarchal Synod, given in writing.   A  rector  or  vicar  or other minister so called, with the sanction of the  archbishop in writing,  shall  be  deemed  settled  definitely  in  such  church,  when  he  has  accepted  such  call in writing. Unless there is  sufficient cause to terminate the relationship  of  such  clergyman  and  such  church  such  relationship  shall be deemed permanent and governed  entirely by the rules and usages of the  American  Patriarchal  Orthodox  Church, subject to the patriarch.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rco > Article-3-c > 54-a

§  54-a.  Rector;  vicar;  ministers;  their  appointment, removal and  compensation. The rector or vicar or other ministers of any such church,  by whatever title they are called in ecclesiastical language,  shall  be  called, settled or removed and their salaries fixed, only by the vote of  a  majority of the members of such corporation duly qualified to vote at  elections  present  and  voting  at  a  meeting  of   such   corporation  specifically  called  for  that  purpose,  subject to the consent of the  ecclesiastical administrator of Patriarchal Synod, given in writing.   A  rector  or  vicar  or other minister so called, with the sanction of the  archbishop in writing,  shall  be  deemed  settled  definitely  in  such  church,  when  he  has  accepted  such  call in writing. Unless there is  sufficient cause to terminate the relationship  of  such  clergyman  and  such  church  such  relationship  shall be deemed permanent and governed  entirely by the rules and usages of the  American  Patriarchal  Orthodox  Church, subject to the patriarch.

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