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Our goal is to develop legally secure solutions that can be implemented in practice, thereby providing reliable and proven assistance to NPOs and church institutions.
By virtue of the constitutionally guaranteed right of self-determination under Article 140 of the Basic Law in conjunction with Article 137 of the Weimar Constitution, the churches have the right to regulate their own affairs by means of ecclesiastical laws. We support you in the legal challenges in the organization of internal affairs as well as mediation of any resulting disagreements.
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