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Canon 948

1. With due regard for the particular law, the presiding officer of the group shall convoke the electors at a place and time

that is suitable to them; and the notice of convocation, when it

must be communicated to each member personally, is valid if it is

directed to the place of domicile or quasi-domicile or actual

residence. 2. If one of those to be convoked is overlooked and

is therefore absent, the election is valid; however, upon the request of such a one and after proof of the oversight and absence,

the election, even if it has been confirmed, must be rescinded by

the competent authority, provided that according to the norm of

law it has been established that recourse was made within at

least three days of receipt of the notice of the election. 3.

But if more than one-third of the electors were overlooked, the

election is invalid by the law itself, unless all those overlooked were in fact present.




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