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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 501

1. The decree of dismissal shall be communicated as soon as

possible to the interested member. 2. The member can, within

ten days, either have recourse with suspensive effect, or, unless

the decree of dismissal has been confirmed by the Apostolic See,

demand that the case be tried in judicial proceedings. 3. The

decision about the recourse against the decree of dismissal belongs to the Apostolic See, or, if it is a member who has domicile within the territorial boundaries of the patriarchal Church,

to the patriarch. 4. If the case is to be treated in a judicial proceeding, it is to be done by the tribunal of the authority immediately superior to the one which has confirmed the decree

of dismissal. The superior who has rendered the decree of dismissal shall hand over the acts collected in the matter to this

tribunal and the case shall be processed according to the canons

on penal trial without the possibility of appeal.




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