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Canon 928

Except for cases mentioned in common law: (1) it is the competence of the patriarch, having consulted the permanent synod, to

suppress juridic persons that have been constituted or approved

by himself; however, with the consent of the synod of bishops of

the patriarchal Church, the patriarch can suppress any juridic

person except those that have been set up or approved by the

Apostolic See; (2) it is the responsibility of the eparchial

bishop, after having consulted the college of eparchial consultors, to suppress those juridic persons that have been set up by

himself, unless they have been approved by a higher authority;

(3) in other cases, the authority which sets up juridic persons

cannot validly suppress them without the consent of a higher

authority.




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