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Canon 1502

1. A later law abrogates a former law or derogates from it if

it expressly states so, if it is directly contrary to it, or if

it entirely re-orders the subject matter of the former law. 2.

A prescription of the common law, unless the law expressly provides otherwise, does not derogate from a particular law nor does

a norm of particular law enacted for a Church sui iuris derogate

from a more particular norm in force in that same Church




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