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Canon 1165

1. A settlement cannot validly take place in cases concerning

those things or those rights which pertain to the public good, or

concerning other matters which the parties are unable to dispose

of freely. 2. But there can be a settlement when ecclesiastical temporal goods are involved, provided that if the matter so

requires, the formalities determined by law for the alienation of

ecclesiastical goods are observed.




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