The battle between the Charles Street African Methodist Episcopal Church and OneUnited Bank moves to US Bankruptcy Court Wednesday, after the two sides were unable to negotiate a settlement over real estate loans the church owes the lender, according to the church’s lawyer. The bankruptcy case pits two of the most prominent institutions of Boston’s African-American community against each other and featured church members picketing the bank after OneUnited threatened to auction off the church in February.
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