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Daughter Church to Separate from the Mother Church & To Purchase their own lot & building

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I am assigned to research on legal procedure on this matter: What legal procedures will a mother church follow when its daughter church would like to be considered as an independent church but still carrying the name of the mother church? Also, the daughter church is planning to acquire their own lot and building but since the connection of the mother church and daughter church will only be on its name, the mother church would like to have legal papers stating that the mother church would not be accountable in anyway if the daughter church would have future legal problems in the building e.g. tax, etc.So, to sum up my two concerns: 1) Legal procedure to release the daughter church but allowing to carry its name 2) Legal paper stating that the Mother church free from any accountability tax payment, etc from the lot & building that the daughter church will be acquired. Thanks much!



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are both churches in the philippines? why is the mother church allowing its name to be still used?


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Yes,they are both in the Philippines. The daughter church would carry the name of the mother church because it would still give the tithe of tithes to the mother church. The daughter church would just become autonomous wherein it would have its own set of Board of Trustees and they will provide for the salary of their own pastor (not anymore by the mother church). Thanks much for your help!

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the daughter church should have its own SEC registration. the tithes might be considered donations because they are different organizations.


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