Saturday, March 27, 2010

Legal nonsense in California

For those who didn’t know it already, Anglican Curmudgeon has the best coverage of the California (and other US) lawsuits of TEC vs. continuing Anglicans.

Last week, the California appellate court ruled 2-1 that a decision against St. James (Newport Beach) did, in fact, settle the substantive questions. Counselor Haley explains why (as the dissenting justice noted) this is legally unprecedented.

In a later post, Counselor Haley offers 10 questions for St. James to pose in its (anticipated) appeal to the California Supreme Court.

I couldn’t say it any better — so read both posts.

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