The case the Gordon found below reminds me of a woman in my previous ward. At her baptism, she slipped and fell. She subsequently sued the church for negligence and the church settled. As I understand it, she was bullied into suing the church by her then husband. No disciplinary action of any kind was taken against her, but I wonder if as a general matter suing the church can have any effect on a member’s standing. Anyone have access to the General Handbook of Instructions?
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Suing the Church
November 20, 2003 | no commentsBy Nate Oman