Minnesota Chapter 317A Churches.
Governing Statutes – Minnesota Chapter 317A Churches
Minnesota church organizations are generally governed by either Minnesota Chapter 315, or Minnesota Chapter 317A, of the Minnesota Statutes:
- Minnesota Chapter 315, is a body of quasi-corporate law which loosely governs Minnesota religious corporations, societies, and certain other church related organizations;
- Minnesota Chapter 317A is a body of comprehensive corporate statutes which have governed all Minnesota non-profit corporations since 1991 – including many churches.
Minnesota Chapter 317A
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 317A became effective on August 1, 1989, and now governs all Minnesota Non-Profit corporations, including many churches – Minnesota Chapter 317A Churches.
Minnesota Chapter 315
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 315 still governs many Minnesota churches.
Many Minnesota religious corporations originally formed under Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 315 voluntarily consented to become governed by Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 317, and later, to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 317A, either voluntarily, or automatically.
For more information, please see https://dahlelawchurches.com/minnesota-chapter-315-churches/
Minnesota Church Attorney
Since 1992, Attorney Gary C. Dahle has represented a variety of Minnesota churches – Baptist, Evangelical, Lutheran, Pentecostal, Presbyterian, and independent churches, with respect to:.
- Minnesota Church Corporations,
- Minnesota Church Mergers,
- application for IRC Section 501(c)(3) tax exempt status,
- bond financing for construction purposes,
- bond “refinancing” in order to obtain a lower interest rate on church debt,
- clergy issues,
- employment issues,
- Minnesota church insurance issues,
- Minnesota church on-site day care issues,
- Minnesota church probate matters,
- Minnesota church property tax exemption issues,
- real property easements,
- real property title issues,
- school issues,
- the sale of church real property – including the manner of congregational approval of such sales,
- congregational disputes;
- conflicts in the congregation, and
- the drafting and revising of Articles of Incorporation, Constitutions and Bylaws.
Attorney Gary C. Dahle has represented churches located in the Minnesota cities of Arden Hills, Blaine, Bloomington, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Chaska, Corcoran, Coon Rapids, Eden Prairie, Fridley, Glencoe, Minneapolis, Mounds View, Roseville, St. Louis Park, St. Paul and Wyoming.
Minnesota Chapter 317A Churches
Gary C. Dahle – Attorney at Law
2704 Mounds View Blvd., Mounds View, MN 55112
Phone: 763-780-8390 Fax: 763-780-1735
Topics of Interest:
- Minnesota Chapter 315 Church Mergers – Minnesota Church Merger
- Minnesota Chapter 315 Churches
- Minnesota Church Attorney – Minnesota Church Laws
- Minnesota Church Attorney Gary C. Dahle – Minnesota Church Lawyer
- Minnesota Church Cemeteries Property Tax Exemption
- Minnesota Church Conflicts
- Minnesota Church Corporations
- Minnesota Church Day Care Centers
- Minnesota Church Disputes – State Limits
- Minnesota Church Law – Gary C. Dahle, Attorney at Law
- Minnesota Church Meals – Minnesota Church Dinners
- Minnesota Church Property Tax Exemptions – Use Changes
- Minnesota Property Tax Exemptions – Partial Exemption by Churches
- Minnesota Real Property Tax Exemptions – Churches
- Parsonage Allowance – IRC Section 107
- Religious Land Use Act – RLUIPA
- Rental of Minnesota Church Property