While certain persons continue to insist that the Seminary Property does not belong to the Archdiocese of Agana (hereinafter “Archdiocese”), and have insisted that the Archbishop return the title to the Archdiocese, their speculations, theories, and self-induced hysteria, are simply incorrect.
1) that Apuron's deed was "an absolute conveyance in fee simple of the subject real property;" and
2) that the property was NOT in Apuron's control, but in the control of a corporation (RMS) that is NOT even in the control of its own Board of Directors, but in the control of a second (and illegal) board, the Board of Guarantors, which - as per the RMS bylaws - must ALWAYS include the "Neocatechumenal Way responsible team for the United States."
"...the Bronze opinion is simply wrong."
Wow. You must think the Press is REALLY STUPID! A letter to the editor masquerading as a press release because you put it on your office letterhead. LOL!
Regarding the contrary legal opinion presented by attorney Jacques Bronze, Lewis Roca has declared that few legal offices are able to evaluate this specific area of law, “For those lawyers who regularly practice in this specialized area of religious institutions law, including the intersection of canon and secular law, the conclusion reached here that the Archbishop is in control of the Property would not be at all controversial.”
Can. 1290 The general and particular provisions which the civil law in a territory has established for contracts and their disposition are to be observed with the same effects in canon law..."
Why don't you publish this Roca opinion that you fools keep quoting? Why wouldn't Apuron let Attorney Bronze even take notes when he went to the chancery to read it? Why did he hide it from public view after Attorney Bronze went to see it? Where is this opinion, Ms. Terlaje?
...there is a desire to cash in on the sale of the Seminary Property (for which a handsome commission would be garnished).
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