LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge is telling the attorneys for a group of nuns to work out their dispute with the Los Angeles Archdiocese in a property sale involving Katy Perry. The Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary sold their hilltop convent to a local restaurant owner who has already moved in. The archdiocese says it owns the property and it wants to sell to Perry. A judge wants attorneys for the two sides to negotiate a solution. The Los Angeles Times reports the case will go back to court July 30.
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