Zasady zawierania umowy dzierżawy w Kodeksie prawa kanonicznego z 1983 roku

Paweł Kaleta

Abstrakt


Leasing is one way of managing wasteland belonging to the ecclesiastical juridical person. The equivalent of this contract is the payment of rent to lessor. Cannon Law uses regulations connecting with alienation (cc. 1291–1294) to protect the ecclesiastical goods belonging to the juridical person, from the risk of a worse economic condition. The Polish Bishops’ Conference has not developed appropriate standards in connection with cc. 1297, therefore the statutory ecclesiastical right of the juridical person should be retained, in the event of their absence, the particular law established by the diocesan bishop allows for those subordinate to the Church, the power of corporation.

The validity of the lease agreement should include: To observe the civil law in the given country, to obtain the written consent of the relevant authority prior to procedures, in event of alienated goods being divisible, the request for permission for alienation must mention goods previously alienated. The fairness of legal actions includes: to identify a legitimate cause, the valuation of goods alienated, to identify the tenant and his relationship with the administrator of church property and undertake other precautions such as the duration or withdrawal from the lease.


Słowa kluczowe


canon law; lease; alienation; particular law; temporal goods

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