Statutes of Provisors

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Four English laws, passed in 1351, 1353, 1365, and 1389, intended to check the practice of Papal ‘provision’ or nomination to vacant benefices over the head of the ordinary patron. The practice of provision nevertheless continued until the Reformation.

Subjects: Christianity — History.

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