Modus Procedendi

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Modus Procedendi

 

a diplomatic term for an agreement establishing in what manner and sequence a given obligation or action is to be carried out.

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On the other hand, half a century separated the two projects, a long period in which transformations underwent through (at least a part of the) the Jesuits toward a more relaxed policy with regard to the vow on poverty and simplicity of modus procedendi.
El calificativo revela con exactitud el caracter de la obra, en cuya redaccion sigue el autor una metodologia uniforme: determinacion de los temas que cada articulo trata, referencia de los mismos al momento procesal en que se insertan, modus procedendi en la aplicacion de la norma por el tribunal, planteamiento y solucion de posibles dudas.
Cardinals Ottaviani and Seper, his predecessors in the office of Prefect of Faith, both objected vehemently to the modus procedendi of the postconciliar reformers.