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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 488

1. The one who transfers to another monastery sui iuris of the

same confederation does not make the novitiate nor make a new

profession, and from the day of the transfer he loses all rights

and is released from the obligations towards the previous monastery and takes on the rights and duties of the second, and is enrolled in it as a cleric, if he is a cleric. 2. The one who

transfers from one monastery sui iuris to another monastery sui

iuris that does not belong to any confederation or belongs to a

different one shall observe the prescription of the typicon of

the monastery to which he or she transfers in respect to the obligation to make a novitiate and profession. If there is no provision for it in the typicon, the person does not make the novitiate nor a new profession, but the effects take place from the

day of transfer, unless the superior of the monastery requires

the person to go through some probationary period, not longer

than a year, in the new monastery. When the probationary time

has passed, he or she either shall be enrolled permanently in the

new monastery by the Superior with the consent of the council or

synaxis in accordance with the typicon, or shall return to the

previous monastery. 3. In the transfer from a monastery sui

iuris to an order or congregation cann. 544 and 545 are to be

observed, with the necessary adaptations. 4. The monastery sui

iuris from which the member transferred keeps the goods which had

been already acquired by it because of or through the member. In

respect to a dowry, it belongs to the monastery to which transfer

occurs, from the day of the transfer, without the revenues that

have accrued.




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