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Canon 534

In congregations: (1) the canonical effects of perpetual profession remain the same as those determined in can. 529 for temporary profession, except if otherwise provided by common law;

(2) the major superior can, with the consent of the council,

permit a perpetually professed member at the member's own request

to make a cession of his or her goods, provided that it is done

prudently; (3) it is up to the general synaxis to introduce into

the statutes, if it deems it opportune, the obligation for a member to renounce his or her patrimony, acquired or to be acquired,

which renunciation, however, cannot be done prior to perpetual

profession.




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