IN RE ARCHDIOCESE OF SAINT PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS

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3 The Complaint argues the Archdiocese has “direct control and supervision in all material aspects” of the Targeted Entities, and, therefore, the assets of the Targeted Entities should be treated as the assets of the Archdiocese.
According to the Complaint, parish corporations typically adopt and file uniform articles of incorporation and bylaws as provided by the Archdiocese.
Additionally, the Complaint alleges the Archdiocese retains the ability to make decisions as to the closure and merger of parishes.
According to the Complaint, the Archdiocese and the parishes share financial and managerial responsibility for parish priests and employees.
The Complaint notes the Archdiocese operates the Inter-Parish Loan Fund and the General Insurance Fund, which are allegedly funded by individual parish contributions and managed by the Archdiocese.
Source: IN RE ARCHDIOCESE OF SAINT PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS