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Reincorporation of present incorporated churches
Religious Corporations (RCO) CHAPTER 51, ARTICLE 20
§ 427. Reincorporation of present incorporated churches. Any church
heretofore incorporated may, subject to restrictions and limitations of
existing laws, reincorporate under the provisions of this article, by
filing in the county clerk's office in the county in which its principal
place of worship is located, a certificate, signed and acknowledged by
the district superintendent of the New York district of the Assemblies
of God, and signed and acknowledged by all the trustees of said church
in office at the time of such reincorporation, setting forth that the
said church by majority vote desires to reincorporate under the
provision of this article, the corporate name by which such church shall
be known, the county, town, city or village where its principal place of
worship is or is intended to be located and the names and addresses of
the trustees who are to hold office until the next annual meeting of
said corporation. Such certificate shall not be filed unless endorsed
thereon is the written consent of the New York district of the
Assemblies of God.