Case Analysis: Church of South India Association v Telugu Church Council
Kosha Doshi, a law student at Symbiosis Law School, Pune.
1795 – Foundation of London Missionary Society (LMS) in England by individuals belonging to various Protestant Christian Denominations. The purpose is to spread Christianity in several nations including India.
1899 – London Missionary Society Corporation (LMSC) was registered under the Companies Act of UK, as a trustee administrating property and funds for LMS.
1908 - Different Missionary Societies in South India including LMS, formed a single body called South India United Church (SIUC) which acted as the supreme body for Church Councils. Telugu Church Council (TCC) located in Madras province, was also under the SIUC.