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Barry Black Barry Black

The trustees of non-hierarchical religious corporations that are subject to New York’s Religious Corporations Law (RCL) are able to exercise a great deal of authority as the corporation’s “managing officers.” Yet their power is far from absolute. Indeed, it is the members of the congregation—and not the institution’s trustees—who ultimately make virtually all important corporate decisions.

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