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Canon 1533

1. No privilege ceases through renunciation, unless the renunciation is accepted by the competent authority. 2. Any physical person can renounce a privilege granted on behalf of that

person alone. 3. Physical persons cannot validly renounce a

privilege which has been granted to some juridic person or has

been granted by reason of the dignity of a place or thing; nor is

a juridic person competent to renounce a privilege granted to it

if the renunciation prejudices the Church or others.




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