Scientologists win the latest stage of ‘public worship’ legal fight

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Scientologists have won the latest stage of a legal fight centred on whether a Church of Scientology chapel is a place of “public religious worship”.

The Church of Scientology Religious Education College became involved in a dispute, at a specialist valuation tribunal, over whether parts of two buildings used by the Church of Scientology in London were “exempt from non-domestic rating” – one issue centred on a chapel.

Tribunal judges heard that the rating exemption covered “places of public religious worship”.

An HM Revenue & Customs valuation officer had concluded that the chapel, at the London Church of Scientology at 146 Queen Victoria Street, was not a place of public worship – and not exempt – and a valuation tribunal judge had agreed.

But lawyers representing the Church of Scientology Religious Education College have won an appeal fight.

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  1. Scientology and its dictatorial leader David Miscavige can always be counted on to sue and litigate at times seemingly endlessly until they get what they want, often abusing and exploiting the judicial system.

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