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Canon 1035

1. In order to alienate ecclesiastical goods which through lawful designation constitute the stable patrimony of the juridic

person, it is required that there be: (1) a just cause such as

urgent necessity, evident advantage, piety, charity or a pastoral

reason; (2) a written expert valuation of the goods to be alienated; (3) the written consent of the competent authority, without which the alienation is invalid. 2. Other safeguards prescribed by competent authority are also to be observed to prevent

loss to the Church.




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