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Canon 1510

1. Administrative acts can be issued by those who enjoy executive power, within the limits of their competence, as well as by

those who have received such a power explicitly or implicitly

either by the law itself or by legitimate delegation. 2. Administrative acts are above all: (1) decrees by which for a

special case a decision is given or a canonical provision is

made; (2) individual precepts by which a person or determined

persons are requested directly and legitimately to do or to omit

something, especially pertaining to urging the observance of a

law; (3) rescripts by which a privilege, a dispensation, a permission or another favor is granted.




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