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(1) A resolution authorizing such action shall be recommended by the local board of administration (782:27), and passed by the local church conference (655:11) by a majority of those present and voting, at any regular or special session duly called for such purpose, provided that notice of the intended action shall be given to the local church members by announcement from the pulpit in two regular services, the first of which shall be not less than one week before the date of the session of the local church conference at which the proposal shall be considered, and that such other notice shall be given as may be required by local laws (633:1).
(2) Space reserved.
(3) The district board of administration, after receiving the recommendation of the district building committee (if any), shall approve the proposal of the local church in writing and such approval shall be affixed to the written instrument involved (1233:30).
(4) The resolution authorizing such action shall direct that any contract, deed, bill of sale, mortgage, or other necessary written instrument be executed by and on behalf of the local church by the proper officers of the local board of trustees, who thereupon shall be duly authorized to carry out the directions of the local church conference and the local board of administration in keeping with the requirements of The Discipline (850–859; 4500–4630; 4720); and any written instrument so executed shall be binding and effective as the action of the local church.
(5) The chair of the local board of trustees, or other designated trustee, shall submit all written instruments of conveyance and title for the acquisition of property to the district superintendent for approval as to their conformity with The Discipline as stated in 1310:11 and shall see that permanent legal and property records are properly stored as set forth in 4760.