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Section 1715.07 | Ecclesiastical society may transfer property to church.


An ecclesiastical society incorporated under the laws of this state connected with a church of Christ located in this state may, by a three-fourths vote of its adult members present and voting at a meeting announced and held for that purpose, assign and transfer to the church with which it is connected, if such church is incorporated under the laws of this state, all the property and trust funds of such society, to be held by such church under the trusts upon which it had been held by such society. Pursuant to such vote, the governing committee or trustees of the society may make all conveyances necessary to complete such assignment and transfer. The assignment and transfer shall not be effectual until a certificate of the fact of such assignment and transfer is filed in the office of the secretary of state and in the office of the clerk of the court of common pleas of the county in which the property is located.

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