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Barry Black and Jonathan Robert Nelson

New York’s Religious Corporations Law (RCL) recognizes two general categories of houses of worship: hierarchical, where congregations belong to a common ecclesiastical body with other similar houses of worship and with a common ruling convocation or ecclesiastical head, and congregational, which are run and governed by their members.


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