In my last entry post an anonymous commenter asked the following questions:
Corporation sole consist of one person only and his successors. Thus, the successor of Archbishop Apuron will be the corporation sole of both the Archdiocese of Agana and RMS. The Board of Directors and the Board of Guarantors exist to assist the Corporation Sole. Regarding the truth about the RM seminary printed in the Umatuna, it stated:
The Pontifical Council concluded that there was no alienation of the property even if the Archbishop transferred the title of the property to the RMS Corporation.....
The Pontifical Council concluded that there was NO ALIENATION of the property EVEN if the title of the property was transferred to the RMS. Why? Because the corporation sole of the Archdiocese of Agana is also the Corporation sole of RMS.....the same person. The authority and power lies with the Corporation sole, not with the Board of Directors or the Board of Guarantors. Therefore, those who say that the Archbishop only has 1/4 vote is incorrect. As the legal website pointed out, Corporation sole consist of only one person. The boards are there to assist this one person, namely the Archbishop. The Board of Directors assist the Archbishop in overseeing the daily administration. The Board of Guarantors assist the Archbishop in ensuring that the Corporation follows the original purpose for what it was created. The Archbishop has the authority to appoint and remove both the members in the Board of Directors and the Board of Guarantors.