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Canon 213

1. In addition to the rights and obligations which are established in common law, a coadjutor bishop also has those which are

defined in the letters of canonical provision. 2. The patriarch himself, after having consulted the permanent synod, determines the rights and obligations of a coadjutor bishop appointed

by the patriarch; but if it is the case of a coadjutor bishop who

is to be granted all the rights and obligations of an eparchial

bishop, the consent of the synod of bishops of the patriarchal

Church is required. 3. The rights and obligations of auxiliary

bishops are those which are established by common law.




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