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Canon 167

1. With due regard for the canons which expressly treat the

power of the council of hierarchs in making laws and norms, this

council can also legislate in those cases in which common law

remits the matter to the particular law of a Church sui iuris.

2. The metropolitan will notify the Apostolic See as soon as

possible of the laws and norms enacted by the council of hierarchs; nor can laws and norms be validly promulgated before the

metropolitan has written notification from the Apostolic See of

the reception of the acts of the council; the metropolitan is

also to notify the Apostolic See of other actions of the council

of hierarchs. 3. The metropolitan is to see to the promulgation of laws and the publication of decisions of the council of

hierarchs. 4. With due regard for the canons which expressly

mention the administrative acts of the metropolitan, he who presides over a metropolitan Church sui iuris also has the right to

perform administrative acts which by common law are committed to

the superior administrative authority of a Church sui iuris, however, with the consent of the council of hierarchs.




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