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§  171.  Transfer  of  property. Any incorporated church of the United  Church of Christ and any incorporated  Congregational  Christian  church  which  is  a  member  of the New York Conference of the United Church of  Christ, created by or existing under the laws of the state of New  York,  having  its  principal  office  or  place of worship in the state of New  York, or whose last place of worship was within the state of  New  York,  is hereby authorized and empowered, by the concurrent vote of two-thirds  of  its  qualified  voters  present  and  voting  therefor, at a meeting  regularly called  for  that  purpose,  and  of  two-thirds  of  all  its  trustees,  to direct the transfer and conveyance of any of its property,  real or personal, which it now has or  may  hereafter  acquire,  to  any  religious,  charitable  or  missionary  corporation  connected  with the  United Church of Christ and incorporated by or organized under  any  law  of  the  state  of  New York, either solely, or among other purposes, to  establish or maintain, or  to  assist  in  establishing  or  maintaining  churches,  schools  or  mission  stations,  or to erect or assist in the  erection of such buildings as may be necessary for any of such purposes,  with or  without  the  payment  of  any  money  or  other  consideration  therefor; and upon such concurrent votes being given, the trustees shall  execute  such  transfer or conveyance; and upon the same being made, the  title to and the ownership and right of possession of  the  property  so  transferred  and  conveyed  shall  be  vested  in  and  conveyed to such  grantee; provided, however, that nothing herein contained  shall  impair  or  affect  in  any  way  any  existing  claim  upon or lien against any  property so transferred or conveyed, or  any  action  at  law  or  legal  proceeding; and such transfer shall be subject, in respect to the amount  of  property the said grantee may take and hold, to the restrictions and  limitations of all laws then in force.

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Statutes > New-york > Rco > Article-8 > 171

§  171.  Transfer  of  property. Any incorporated church of the United  Church of Christ and any incorporated  Congregational  Christian  church  which  is  a  member  of the New York Conference of the United Church of  Christ, created by or existing under the laws of the state of New  York,  having  its  principal  office  or  place of worship in the state of New  York, or whose last place of worship was within the state of  New  York,  is hereby authorized and empowered, by the concurrent vote of two-thirds  of  its  qualified  voters  present  and  voting  therefor, at a meeting  regularly called  for  that  purpose,  and  of  two-thirds  of  all  its  trustees,  to direct the transfer and conveyance of any of its property,  real or personal, which it now has or  may  hereafter  acquire,  to  any  religious,  charitable  or  missionary  corporation  connected  with the  United Church of Christ and incorporated by or organized under  any  law  of  the  state  of  New York, either solely, or among other purposes, to  establish or maintain, or  to  assist  in  establishing  or  maintaining  churches,  schools  or  mission  stations,  or to erect or assist in the  erection of such buildings as may be necessary for any of such purposes,  with or  without  the  payment  of  any  money  or  other  consideration  therefor; and upon such concurrent votes being given, the trustees shall  execute  such  transfer or conveyance; and upon the same being made, the  title to and the ownership and right of possession of  the  property  so  transferred  and  conveyed  shall  be  vested  in  and  conveyed to such  grantee; provided, however, that nothing herein contained  shall  impair  or  affect  in  any  way  any  existing  claim  upon or lien against any  property so transferred or conveyed, or  any  action  at  law  or  legal  proceeding; and such transfer shall be subject, in respect to the amount  of  property the said grantee may take and hold, to the restrictions and  limitations of all laws then in force.

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Statutes > New-york > Rco > Article-8 > 171

§  171.  Transfer  of  property. Any incorporated church of the United  Church of Christ and any incorporated  Congregational  Christian  church  which  is  a  member  of the New York Conference of the United Church of  Christ, created by or existing under the laws of the state of New  York,  having  its  principal  office  or  place of worship in the state of New  York, or whose last place of worship was within the state of  New  York,  is hereby authorized and empowered, by the concurrent vote of two-thirds  of  its  qualified  voters  present  and  voting  therefor, at a meeting  regularly called  for  that  purpose,  and  of  two-thirds  of  all  its  trustees,  to direct the transfer and conveyance of any of its property,  real or personal, which it now has or  may  hereafter  acquire,  to  any  religious,  charitable  or  missionary  corporation  connected  with the  United Church of Christ and incorporated by or organized under  any  law  of  the  state  of  New York, either solely, or among other purposes, to  establish or maintain, or  to  assist  in  establishing  or  maintaining  churches,  schools  or  mission  stations,  or to erect or assist in the  erection of such buildings as may be necessary for any of such purposes,  with or  without  the  payment  of  any  money  or  other  consideration  therefor; and upon such concurrent votes being given, the trustees shall  execute  such  transfer or conveyance; and upon the same being made, the  title to and the ownership and right of possession of  the  property  so  transferred  and  conveyed  shall  be  vested  in  and  conveyed to such  grantee; provided, however, that nothing herein contained  shall  impair  or  affect  in  any  way  any  existing  claim  upon or lien against any  property so transferred or conveyed, or  any  action  at  law  or  legal  proceeding; and such transfer shall be subject, in respect to the amount  of  property the said grantee may take and hold, to the restrictions and  limitations of all laws then in force.

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