Dilumpuhkannya kelompok Koresh memberikan kesempatan kepada yang lain-lainnya untuk mempertikaikan penguasaan mereka atas lahan di Mt. Carmel. Dalam beberapa bulan, [[Amo Bishop Roden]], bekas istri George, pindah ke tanah itu untuk mulai mendudukinya sendirian. Charles Pace, yang memimpin sebuah kelompok non-Koresh, bergabung dalam perebutan lahan tersebut pada 1994.
<!--Most survivors and supporters recognize Clive Doyle as the trustee of the organization and the land. Renos Avraam, one of the imprisoned Davidians, has declared that he is receiving prophetic new light, as the "Chosen Vessel of the Remaining Bride." However, most of the survivors spurn his "Hidden Manna" faction.
In 1996, the court ruled that the land belongs to the Branch Davidian Seventh Day Adventist Church. However, the court has until this point refused to rule on who exactly constitutes "the church".
Also in 1996, a number of Koresh's remaining followers filed an [[civil action|action]] to [[quiet title]] to the church's property under a claim of [[adverse possession]]. Adverse possession requires that the claimant file it against a party that holds [[Title owner|title]] to the property. However, they filed this suit claiming to be the "Trustees" of the church, while contradictorily claiming they possessed the property adversely against the Trustees of the Church.
Another non-Koresh Branch Davidian leader, Doug Mitchell, joined the case in 1998. Mitchell contends that when Koresh left Mt. Carmel in 1984, he adopted the name "''Davidian Branch Davidian Seventh Day Adventist''" for his followers, thus "leaving" the church, forfeiting their claim to be the true Branch Davidians. During the pre-trial proceedings, Mitchell's attempts to obtain an injunction against Koresh's remaining followers that would have prohibited them from using the church's name and property was dismissed for "lack of jurisdiction". Judge Alan Mayfield felt that the matter involved church issues which the court could not rightly consider.
Because of the way the government has been portrayed as having acted in the 1993 standoff, the Koresh survivors have received much sympathy and support from various people and groups who felt that the actions that the government took were wrong. This support has provided them with the means to further their assumption of the church's identity and property, to the detriment of those Branch Davidian Seventh Day Adventists who opposed Koresh. The opponents cannot rightly use the property without conflicts with the survivors and others who are antagonistic or indifferent to their claims. They also labor under the notoriety that Koresh and his followers have brought upon the Branch Davidian name.
A new chapel has been built by the survivors and their supporters near the site of the original complex. The ruins of the old building, including the tornado shelter and incomplete swimming pool, can be seen by visitors. There are also several memorials to the victims - both the Davidian victims, and the Federal Agents who lost their lives. Memorial trees with plaques with the name of each Davidian who perished have been planted on the property. Finally, to show their deep sympathy to the victims of the [[Oklahoma City bombing]], a memorial has been erected at Mt. Carmel for them as well.
Approximately fifty [http://www.cesnur.org/2005/pa_pitts.htm] to seventy [http://bdsda.tripod.com/newsletters/april_2005.html] people attended the yearly memorial service on [[April 19]] [].
At this time, survivor Clive Doyle was living at Mt. Carmel Center with supporter Ron Goins, operating a small visitor museum as well as holding weekly Bible studies on the Sabbath. The Pace family also lived on the property and held worship services.
However, relations began to break down. In August, Pace held a baptism for his members at Mt. Carmel, joined by Goins. This left Doyle as the only Koresh follower on the property, and he says he came under increasing pressure to convert or leave. In February 2006, he decided to move into town, emptying the visitor museum as well.
This has left Pace's group in control of Mt. Carmel. Pace had opposed the planting of the grove of memorial trees as paganism, and his group has chopped down David Koresh's tree and smashed his plaque, to prevent it from being used for idolatry. They have also removed the plaques from the other trees, with plans to incorporate the stones into their own memorial to the dead. Meanwhile, the survivors nurse hopes of reclaiming the property.-->
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