Leasee and Purchaser No-no List

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    Mary Tichy
    Mary Tichy
    Keymaster

    We have a member diocese that has properties that need to be leased or sold. They are wondering if other arch/diocese have any guidelines or specific lists of business/associations, etc. that should NOT be allowed to lease/purchase a catholic building. For instance, Planned Parenthood would be one.

    Please send any thoughts, ideas, or resources to me at mtichy@ccfm.net. Thank you and let’s all keep praying through this hurricane season!

    Mary Tichy
    Associate Director

    #14877
    Marilyn Pena
    Marilyn Pena
    Participant

    Mary I’m from the Archdiocese of Newark, N.J. and in our standard lease agreement the following is written:

    Tenant shall not be permitted to use the Leased Premises for any purpose which is, in Landlord’s sole discretion, contrary to or incompatible with the tenets of the Roman Catholic faith. Breach of this covenant or condition shall place Tenant in default under this Lease.

    There is no particular list but we the possible tenant fill out a tenant application for a background check and financials.

    I hope this helps.
    Marilyn Pena

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    Mary Tichy
    Mary Tichy
    Keymaster

    Thank you for the info; I believe it is very helpful. I’ll pass it on and we’ll see about putting something together for our Resources Page on the website.

    Thanks again.

    Mary

    Mary Tichy
    Associate Director

    #14891

    JoAnne Peterson
    Participant

    Hello Mary,

    The Diocese of Fresno includes the attached Lease language provision.

    Thank you,

    JoAnne Peterson
    Real Estate Manager
    Diocese of Fresno

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