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Canon 1036

1. When the value of the ecclesiastical goods whose alienation

is proposed falls between the minimum and the maximum established

by the synod of bishops of the patriarchal Church or by the Apostolic See, consent is required of: (1) the finance council and

the college of consultors of the eparchy for the goods of the

eparchy; (2) the eparchial bishop, who gets in each case the

consent of the finance council and the college of consultors of

the eparchy, for the goods of juridic persons subject to that

eparchial bishop; (3) the authority determined in typicon or the

statutes for goods of juridic persons not subject to the eparchial bishop. 2. In patriarchal Churches, if the value of

goods exceeds the maximum established by the synod of bishops of

the patriarchal Church, but is not double, consent is required

of: (1) the patriarch with the consent of the permanent synod,

for the goods of an eparchy within the territorial boundaries of

the patriarchal Church, unless the particular law of that Church

determines otherwise; (2) the eparchial bishop and the patriarch

who has the consent of the permanent synod for goods of a juridic

person subject to an eparchial bishop who exercises his power

within the territorial boundaries of the patriarchal Church; (3)

the patriarch who has the consent of the permanent synod for

those goods of a juridic person not subject to an eparchial

bishop, even if pontifical right, within the territorial boundaries of the patriarchal Church. 3. In a patriarchal Church, if

the value of the goods is more than double the amount set by the

synod of bishops of the patriarch Church, or if it is a case of

precious goods or of goods donated to the Church from a vow, 2

is to be followed but the patriarch needs the consent of the same

synod. 4. In other cases the consent of the Apostolic See is

required if the value of the goods exceeds the sum it established

or approved or in the case of precious goods or goods donated to

the Church by reason of a vow.




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