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  • TITLE 12 Monks and Other Religious as well as Members of Other Institutes of Consecrated Life
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Canon 529

1. Temporary profession renders acts contrary to the vows unlawful, but not invalid. 2. This profession does not deprive

the member of the ownership of one's own goods nor the capacity

to acquire other ones. However, the member is not permitted

gratuitously to renounce the right of disposing of goods by an

act effective during life. 3. But whatever the member in temporary vows acquires by his or her own industry or in respect to

the order or congregation is acquired for the order or congregation; unless the contrary is lawfully proven, it is presumed that

the member acquires in respect to the order or congregation. 4.

The professed can change the renunciation or disposition mentioned in can. 525, 2 not by his or her own resolve but with the

consent of the major superior, as long as the change is not in

favor of the order or congregation, at least not in respect to a

notable part of the goods. The renunciation or disposition

ceases to have force at the member's departure from the order or

congregation. 5. If the temporarily professed has incurred

debts and obligations, that member must be responsible for them,

unless he or she has, with the permission of the superior, transacted business of the order or congregation. 6. With the expiration of temporary profession, whatever offices held by the

professed become vacant by the law itself.




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