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New Jersey Statutes Title 16. Corporations and Associations, Religious 16 § 12-26

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The Diocesan Convention of any Diocese of the Protestant Episcopal Church within the State of New Jersey may, by canon or by-law, establish a common trust fund for the purpose of furnishing investments to itself and to any trustees, incorporated or unincorporated, holding funds for the benefit of the missionary, religious, benevolent, charitable or educational purposes of said Diocese and to any church, parish, congregation, society, chapel or mission of, or connected with the Protestant Episcopal Church in said Diocese, whether said funds are held as fiduciary or otherwise.

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