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Canon 1536

1. A dispensation, that is, the relaxation of a merely ecclesiastical law in a particular case, can be granted only for a

just and reasonable cause, taking into consideration the circumstances of the case and the gravity of the law from which the

dispensation is to be given; otherwise, the dispensation is illicit and, unless it is given by the legislator himself or by an

authority superior to him, it is also invalid. 2. The spiritual good of the Christian faithful is a just and reasonable

cause. 3. When there is a doubt about the sufficiency of the

cause, the dispensation is granted licitly and validly.




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