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Canon 150

1. Bishops constituted outside the territorial boundaries of

the patriarchal Church have all the synodal rights and obligations of the other bishops of the same Church with due regard for

can. 102, 2. 2. Laws enacted by the synod of bishops of the

patriarchal Church and promulgated by the patriarch, if they are

liturgical, have the force of law everywhere in the world; if,

however, they are disciplinary laws or concern other decisions of

the synod, they have the force of law inside the territorial

boundaries of the patriarchal Church. 3. Eparchial bishops

constituted outside the territorial boundaries of the patriarchal

Church, who desire to do so, can attribute the force of law to

disciplinary laws and other synodal decisions in their own eparchies, provided they do not exceed their competence; if however

these laws or decisions are approved by the Apostolic See, they

have the force of law everywhere in the world.

 




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