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Canon 1047

1. In the law pious foundations are: (1) autonomous pious

foundations, that is, aggregates of things destined to works of

piety, of the apostolate and of charity, whether spiritual or

temporal, and established as a juridic person by competent

authority; (2) non-autonomous pious foundations, that is, temporal goods given in any manner to a juridic person and carrying

with them the long-term obligation, to be determined by particular law, to arrange from the annual income to pursue the purposes mentioned in n. 1. 2. If the temporal goods of a non-autonomous foundation are entrusted to a juridic person subject

to an eparchial bishop, they are to be remanded to the fund mentioned in can. 1021, 1, on the expiration of the time specified,

unless another intention was expressly manifested by the donor;

otherwise they fall to that juridic person.




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