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Canon 963

1. The group must send the postulation as soon as possible but

not beyond eight days of available time to the competent authority to whom confirmation of the election belongs; this authority, if it does not have the power to dispense from the impediment

and wishes to admit the postulation, must obtain a dispensation

from the competent authority; if confirmation is not required,

the postulation must be sent to the competent authority so that

the dispensation may be granted. 2. If the postulation has not

been sent within the prescribed time, it is by the law itself invalid and the group is deprived for that instance of the right to

elect, unless it is proved that sending of the postulation had

been constrained by a just impediment. 3. The one postulated

acquires no right from the postulation; the competent authority

is not obliged to admit it. 4. The electors cannot revoke a

postulation already sent to a competent authority.




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