§1. A priest who acts against the prescript of can. 977
incurs a latae sententiae excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See.
§2. The following incur a latae sententiae penalty of interdict or, if a cleric, a latae sententiae penalty of suspension:
1. a person who attempts the liturgical action of the Eucharistic sacrifice though not promoted to the sacerdotal order;
2. apart from the case mentioned in §1, a person who, though unable to give sacramental absolution validly, attempts to impart it or who hears sacramental confession.
§3. In the cases mentioned in §2, other penalties, not excluding excommunication, can be added according to the gravity of the delict.
In addition to the cases mentioned in can. 1378,
a person who simulates the administration of a sacrament is to be punished with a just penalty.
A person who celebrates or receives a sacrament through simony is to be punished with an interdict or suspension.
§1. Whoever usurps an ecclesiastical office is to be punished with a just penalty.
§2. Illegitimate retention of a function after its privation or cessation is equivalent to usurpation.
A bishop who consecrates some one a bishop without a pontifical mandate and the person who receives the consecration from him incur a latae sententiae excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See.
A bishop who, contrary to the prescript of can. 1015,
ordains without legitimate dimissorial letters someone who is not his subject is prohibited for a year from conferring the order. The person who has received the ordination, however, is ipso facto suspended from the order received.
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