@jw leaks post facts not colors.
I did not say members of the Corporation.
As for case law read Richard Oliver post on WT and fiduciary relationship with any of its members. (members of the religion) He also posted an illustration on how it applies and so did I using members of Costo. I did not say that Costo members were corporate members. Read it and then I am sure you will understand what I mean. (vicarious liability and wt: acts of agent same as act of principal.
Have a cup of tea mate.
As for context on this thread re-read my post again as it relates to the post that I was responding to.
The Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania is a non-stock, not-for-profit organization headquartered in Warwick, New York. It is the main legal entity used worldwide by Jehovah's Witnesses to direct, administer and develop doctrines for the religion and is often referred to by members of the religion simply as "the Society". It is the parent organization of a number of Watch Tower subsidiaries, including the Watchtower Society of New York and International Bible Students Association. The number of voting shareholders of the corporation is limited to between 300 and 500 "mature, active and faithful" male Jehovah's Witnesses. About 5800 Jehovah's Witnesses provide voluntary unpaid labour, as members of a religious order, in three large Watch Tower Society faciliti