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Canon 965

1. Office is lost, besides other cases prescribed by law, by

the lapse of a determined time, by reaching the age determined by

the law, by resignation, by transfer, by removal and by privation. 2. An office is not lost by the expiration in any way of

the authority of the one who conferred it, unless the law provides otherwise. 3. Loss of office by lapse of the determined

time or by reaching a certain age takes effect only from the

moment when it has been communicated in writing by the competent

authority. 4. The title of emeritus can be conferred upon the

person who loses an office by reason of age determined by law or

by a resignation which has been accepted.




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