Ascending Liability in Religious and Other Nonprofit Organizations

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Mercer University Press, 1984 - Law - 147 pages
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Contents

AFFILIATION ISSUES
xiii
1 Overview of Nonprofit Ascending
1
2 Origin and Types of Denominational Polity
13
3 The Nonprofit Distinction
16
A Forms of Association
18
C Basis for Affiliation
21
D Formality of Affiliation
22
4 Affiliations of Religious Bodies
24
AVOIDING LIABILITY AND PROTECTING THE POLITY
73
3 Representational Separation
77
4 Protecting the Polity
78
CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
85
2 Nonprofit Safe Harbors
88
B Judicial Creation of Unincorporated Associations
90
3 The Constitutional Issues
91
LITIGATION IN THE WAKE OF BARR
99

5 Agency in the Nonprofit Sector
30
6 Trade names in the Nonprofit Sector
34
CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES
37
1 The Barr Courts and the Definition of a Church
38
2 The Nonestablishment Principle
44
3 The Free Exercise Principle
51
4 Civil Adjudication of Intrachurch Disputes
56
2 The Allen Case
108
3 The Bozeman Hospital Case
112
4 The Minor Case
123
THREE DENOMINATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON ASCENDING LIABILITY
129
2 The Lutheran Approach
133
3 The Southern Baptist Approach
138
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