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Canon 337

1. A seminary is to have its own statutes in which are determined first of all the special purpose and competence of its

authorities. Furthermore, they are to establish the manner of

appointment or election, term in office, rights and obligations

and just remuneration of the moderators, officials, teachers and

counselors as well as plans by which they and the students participate in the concerns of the rector especially in the observance of discipline of the seminary. 2. The seminary is also

to have its own directory in which the norm of the program of

formation of clerics, accommodated to special circumstances, is

put into effect and in which are more fully determined the areas

of discipline which, without prejudice to the statutes, treat the

formation of students as well as of daily life and the ordering

of the whole seminary. 3. The statutes of the seminary need

the approval of the authority which erected the seminary and who

is competent also, if the situation warrants, to modify them;

with regard to the directory, this approval belongs to the authority determined in the statutes.




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