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  • TITLE 12 Monks and Other Religious as well as Members of Other Institutes of Consecrated Life
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Canon 487

1. A member cannot transfer from one monastery sui iuris to

another of the same confederation without written permission of

the president of the confederation. 2. For a transfer from a

non-confederated monastery to another monastery subject to the

same authority, the permission of the same authority is required;

but if the monastery to which the transfer is sought is subject

to another authority, the permission of this authority is also

required. 3. The patriarch, the eparchial bishop and the president of the confederation cannot grant this permission except

after having consulted the superior of the monastery sui iuris

from which the transfer is sought. 4. For a valid transfer to

a monastery of another Church sui iuris the permission of the

Apostolic See is required. 5. The transfer occurs by the admission of the superior of the new monastery sui iuris with the consent of the synaxis.




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