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1. An institute in which the members profess the evangelical
counsels by some sacred bond but not by religious vows, and imitate the manner of life of the religious state, under the governance of superiors in accordance with approved statutes, is a
society of common life according to the manner of religious. 2.
Such a society is of pontifical, patriarchal or eparchial right,
in accordance with the norm of can. 505, 2; it is clerical, according to norm of can. 505, 3; dependent on the ecclesiastical
authority as congregations are, in accordance with the norm of
cann. 413-415, 419, 420, 3 and with due regard to particular law
established by the Apostolic See, can. 418, 2. 3. Members of
these societies are equivalent to religious in what pertains to
the canonical effects unless the law provides otherwise or it is
apparent from the nature of the matter.
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