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Canon 1496

When there is a doubt of law, laws do not bind even if they be

nullifying and disqualifying ones. When there is a doubt of

fact, however, hierarchs can dispense from them. In the latter

case, if it is a question of a reserved dispensation, the hierarch can dispense so long as the dispensation is usually granted

by the authority to whom it is reserved.




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