The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled in September that Lamont (Mich.) Christian Reformed Church will keep its property, upholding a ruling from a lower court.
The church had been in a legal battle with the Lamont Community Church since the latter group split away from the CRC in 2005 and filed suit against Lamont CRC for the church building and assets.
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