Last week’s decision by a U.S. District Court judge in Washington state that individual Roman Catholic parishes own their churches and schools does little to resolve the vexing legal issue of church property and adds another dimension to court battles pitting the church against sex abuse victims.
“This ruling really muddies the water on property ownership,” said David Skeel, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and an authority on bankruptcy.
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