The plan to hand over church properties to the ownership of the Church would NOT be a major benefit to the Church financially. It could turn out to be just the opposite.
At the moment many church properties still belong to the State. They have been returned to Church use, but the State has retained ownership. This means that the State carries the financial burden of repair and maintenance. After 70 years of State destruction of Church property this seemed a fitting recompense.
Now, if the property ownership is given to the Church, it will be the Church which has have to find the means of paying for maintenance - and that's not cheap!'
So this proposed law change has mixed blessings for the Church.