Terrett v. Taylor: Supreme Court Rules on Rights of Religious Corporations Hot

Terrett v. Taylor: Supreme Court Rules on Rights of Religious Corporations

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Decided: Terrett v. Taylor - the United States Supreme Court declares unconstitutional a Virginia law that denied property rights to Protestant Episcopal churches in the state. The Court finds that religious corporations, like other corporations, have rights to their property.

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