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Canon 436

1. Every monastery sui iuris can have dependent monasteries,

among which some are called filial if, according to their own act

of erection or to the decree given according to the typicon, they

can be likened to monasteries sui iuris; otherwise they are

called subsidiary. 2. For the valid erection of a dependent

monastery, the written consent of the authorities to which the

monastery sui iuris is subject and of the eparchial bishop where

the monastery is to be a erected, is required.




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