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Canon 248

1. Unless otherwise expressly determined by common law, the

protosyncellus in the entire eparchy and the syncelli within the

limits of the office committed to them, exercise the same executive powers of governance as the eparchial bishop, excepting

those things which the eparchial bishop has reserved to himself

or to others or which by law require his own special mandate, by

which the act is null if the required mandate is not obtained.

2. To the protosyncellus and the syncelli within the limits of

their competence belong also the habitual faculties granted by

the Apostolic See to the eparchial bishop as well as the execution of rescripts of the Apostolic See or of the patriarch, unless otherwise expressly provided or for which the eparchial

bishop has been chosen on account of his personal qualifications.




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