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Church looks for victory in assets ruling

St. James hopeful after a judge's tentative decision.
Published August 12, 2005
By Andrew Edwards, Daily Pilot (of Newport Beach and Costa Mesa, CA)

St. James Church appeared to be on the verge of a legal victory Thursday after a judge issued a tentative ruling to dismiss a claim that the church's property belongs to the national Episcopal Church. Because Judge David Velasquez's ruling is tentative, it can be reversed when the case goes back to court Monday in Santa Ana, attorney Eric Sohlgren said. Sohlgren is the lead attorney for St. James Church.

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August 12, 2005 in Diocese of Los Angeles, St. James, Newport Beach, CA | Permalink


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