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Canon 386

1. Clerics, even if they do not have a residential office,

nevertheless are not to leave their eparchy for a notable period

of time determined by particular law without the permission, at

least presumed, of their local hierarch. 2. A cleric who is

residing outside his own eparchy is subject to the eparchial

bishop in those matters which regard the obligations of his state

of life. If he will reside there for a lengthy time, he is to

inform the local hierarch without delay.




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