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Canon 231

1. The resignation of the administrator of an eparchy is to be

made to the patriarch if he designated the administrator, otherwise to the college of eparchial consultors, in which case it is

not necessary that it accept the resignation for it to be valid.

2. The removal of an administrator of an eparchy inside the

territorial boundaries of a patriarchal Church is the competency

of the patriarch with the consent of the permanent synod, otherwise, it is reserved to the Apostolic See. 3. After the death,

resignation or removal of the administrator of the eparchy, a new

one is constituted by the same authority and in the same manner

as prescribed for the previous one. 4. The administrator of an

eparchy ceases to hold office when the new eparchial bishop takes

Canonical possession of the eparchy. The new eparchial bishop

can require an account of his administration.




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