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  • TITLE 27 Penal Sanctions in the Church
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Canon 1432

1. A suspension can refer to all or some acts of the power of

orders or of governance, to all or some acts or rights connected

with an office, ministry or function; the extension of the suspension is to be defined in the sentence or decree itself, unless

it is already determined in the law. 2. Nobody can be suspended except from acts which are subject to the power of the authority that imposes the penalty or of the hierarch who initiated

the penal process or inflicts the suspension by a decree. 3. A

suspension never affects the validity of acts nor the right to a

dwelling place which the offender may have by reason of an office, ministry or function. A suspension forbidding, however,

the reception of revenues, remuneration, pensions, or anything

else, carries with it the obligation of restoring whatever was

illegitimately received even in good faith.




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