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Canon 1024

1. An administrator cannot act validly beyond the limits and

procedures of ordinary administration, unless written consent has

been given by competent authority. 2. The acts which go beyond

the limits and procedures of ordinary administration are to be

defined in the statutes; if, however, the statutes do not mention

such acts, it is within the competence of the authority to whom

the juridic person is immediately subject to determine those

acts, after having consulted the appropriate council. 3. Unless and to the extent that it is to its own advantage, a juridic

person is not held to answer for the invalid acts of its administrators.




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