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out of the question: PCC accounts and minutes

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Who is entitled by law to see the annual accounts and PCC minutes? Do those on the church electoral roll have a right to see them?

The Church Representation Rules (rule 9) provide that the annual parochial church meeting (APCM) shall be free to discuss the financial statements for the previous year. Once approved by the PCC, such signed statements should be displayed on a church noticeboard for at least seven days before the ...

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